2019 Softball News

  • Comets Win First Playoff Game Vs Teurlings

    St. Charles Catholic Comets Varsity defeated Teurlings Catholic 5-1 on Tuesday.

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  • Comets Face Tough Loss Against Covington

    The Lady Comets will play in the first round of playoffs Tuesday, April 16 @ HOME for 4:30pm.

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  • Lady Comets Big Victory Over E.D. White

    The Lady Comets put up nine runs in the fourth on its way to a 15-2 victory over E.D. White on Monday. St. Charles's big bats in the inning were led by a walk by Taylor Perilloux, a single by Kelsie Williams, a sacrifice fly by Blakely Heltz, by Sydnie Sims, and a double by Cassie Remondet. St. Pierre went 3-for-4 at the plate to lead St. Charles Catholic Comets Varsity in hits.

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  • St. Charles Fall To De La Salle

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  • Lady Comets Victory Over Ursuline Academy

    Taylor Perilloux did the opposing team no favors on Tuesday, picking up five hits over five at bats and leading the Comets to a 18-3 win over Ursuline Academy.

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  • Comets Claim Victory Over Covington

    The Comets snagged a late lead and defeated Covington 6-5 on Sunday. The game was tied at three with St. Charles batting in the top of the sixth when Lauren St. Martin doubled on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring one run.

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  • Lady Comets Blow Out St. James

    St. Charles Lady Comets scored six runs in the second on its way to an 11-1 victory over St. James on Thursday. The offensive onslaught by the Comets were led by Alyssa Hooge, Brooke St. Pierre, Taylor Perilloux, Madison Hebert, and Olivia Keating, all driving in runs in the frame.

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  • The Comets Out Run Chapelle

    St. Charles had all cylinders firing on offense on Saturday, winning big over Archbishop Chapelle 12-2. St. Charles racked up 13 hits. Brooke St. Pierre, Blakely Heltz, Sydnie Sims, Hebert, and Perilloux each managed multiple hits for the Comets. St. Pierre went 4-for-4 at the plate to lead St. Charles in hits.

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  • Comets Shutout Fisher

    4-Hit Day For Perilloux As St. Charles Catholic Comets Varsity Skirts Past Fisher. St. Charles Catholic Comets Varsity notched five runs in the second inning. Perilloux and Madison Hebert each had RBIs in the big inning.

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  • Lady Comets Victory Over Haynes

    Despite allowing three runs in the third inning, St. Charles defeated Haynes Academy 12-5 on Thursday.

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  • Lutcher Tournament

    The Lady Comets went 2-3 this weekend with a win over Teurlings Catholic and Lutcher.

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  • Bats Blistered As The Lady Comets Defeats Vandebilt

    Both pitching staffs had their hands full on Tuesday in a high-scoring affair where St. Charles Catholic Comets Varsity bested Vandebilt Catholic, 13-8.

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  • Lady Comets Shutout Thomas Jefferson

    Taylor Perilloux threw a gem on Monday for St. Charles Catholic Comets Varsity, allowing zero runs and besting Thomas Jefferson by a score of 7-0. Olivia Keating, Hebert, and Perilloux all collected multiple hits for St. Charles Catholic Comets Varsity.

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  • Comets Shuts Out Archbishop Chapelle

    Kelsie Williams had all the right stuff on Saturday for St. Charles Catholic Comets Varsity, allowing zero runs and besting Archbishop Chapelle by a score of 10-0. Brooke St. Pierre went 2-for-3 at the plate to lead St. Charles Catholic Comets Varsity in hits.

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  • Lady Comets Overcome Cecilia

    Despite allowing three runs in the second inning, St. Charles Catholic Comets Varsity defeated Cecilia 7-5. Kelsie Williams got the win for St. Charles Catholic. St. Pierre led the ladies Comets with two hits in four at bats.

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