Tournament Central | Box Score The Lions piled on five runs in the fourth inning to propel them to a 7-0 win over No. 8 Sam Houston State on Tuesday in game three of the tournament. SLU will now take on No. 1 Nicholls at 11 a.m. CT on Wednesday while Sam Houston State will await the loser of game six in an elimination contest tomorrow at 6:30 p.m. CT. SLU’s Rachel Hayes allowed just four hits in a five-inning day, fanning seven and walking just one. Hayes now has a 16-8 record for the season. Southeastern knocked on the door in the first and second inning, stranding a runner at third in each of the innings. After not recording a hit in the third inning, the Lions produced five hits and five runs in the fourth inning to take a 5-0 lead. Right fielder Ali McCoy singled through the left side to bring Peyton Sutton home, the Lions scored on the next two plays off catcher Ella Manzer’s RBI groundout and Madison Watson’s RBI double. SLU tacked on its fifth run with a single to left field from the bat of Maddie Edmonston that scored Jaquelyn Ramon. McCoy doubled down the right field line to score Carlie Whittington and make it 6-0 in the fifth. The Lions added an extra insurance run in the sixth. Southeastern finished the game with 10 hits and three multi-hit players in McCoy, second baseman Mahalia Gibson and designated player Mattie Ort. SB: @SLU_Athletics’ Edmontson gets caught trying to take second, but the Lions are still able to score five runs in the fourth to take the 5-0 lead into the fifth inning. #SouthlandStrongWatch LIVE at https://t.co/FDWfnDejSt and Southland Conference apps. #LionUp #EatEmUpKats pic.twitter.com/v1H5yDp6w7— Southland Conference (@SouthlandSports) May 8, 2018 LAKE CHARLES, La. – It was all No. 4 Southeastern Louisiana in the start of the double-elimination part of the 2018 Southland Conference Softball Tournament at Joe Miller Field in Lake Charles, La.
He continued:I say this out of genuine personal experience. I did not have the luxury of a childhood where I was able to dismiss sectarianism as ‘the sort of thing those dreadful northerners get up to,’ a phrase I have heard more than once trip off the tongue in these United Dioceses. I am one of those aforementioned ‘dreadful Northerners.’Sectarianism in his home, he said, “was exercised by those with clinical brilliance who sought to eat such people up in a power game of politics and dominance”.Returning to his impressions from his position in Dublin and Wicklow, the Archbishop said that the most “personally devastating” attitude he has encountered in the diocese was “a deeply dug in antagonism to difference on the part of those who trumpet pluralism”. He said he has found this “to be the most alarming of all”.Read: Protestant FG councillors say their schools are being discriminated against >Read: Bethany Home survivors call for cross-border investigation into neglect >Read: 37.5 per cent of students believe in God (and 3 per cent are Jedi) > THE CHURCH OF IRELAND Archbishop Of Dublin has spoken of his “deep and shattering sadness” to find that sectarianism is alive within the church’s community in Dublin and Wicklow.Making a presidential address to delegates from the Dublin and Glendalough diocesan council, Archbishop Michael Jackson said that since arriving to the position in 2011 he has been saddened not to find the “all tolerant, all liberal, all inclusive” community he expected:I have learned through much bitter experience that exclusionary attitudes, and indeed sectarianism itself, is alive not least in the Church of Ireland community; to me this has been a deep and shattering sadness.