Fontainebleau’s Lady Bulldogs trimmed the Mandeville Lady Skippers 5-1 scoring all of their runs in the fourth inning in a District 6-5A contest played at The Bone Yard. Fontainebleau’s Megan Penny went 2-for-3 and ripped a clutch three-run homer in the Lady Dawgs’ fourth inning outburst. Olivia Soto delivered an RBI single, while Savannah Folse and Caroline Randazzo also picked up singles for the Lady Bulldogs. Folse pitched a complete-game three-hitter to move to 7-1. Folse struck out eight only walking one. Fontainebleau improved to 8-1 and stands at 2-0 in the District 6-5A race.
Mandeville’s Anna Grace Magee delivered an RBI single for the Lady Skippers’ lone run, while Rebecca Dragg and Olivia Ourso also had singles.
Mandeville (4-6) is 2-1 in District 6-5A play. Monday’s Fontainebleau-Mandeville softball game had a family twist to it. Fontainebleau second-year assistant coach David Dragg had to have mixed emotions as his daughter sophomore Mary Jo Dragg plays for the Lady Bulldogs, while her older sister junior Rebecca Dragg plays for Mandeville High. Mary Jo Dragg faced her sister Rebecca, and slapped a base hit, but was called out for being out of the batter’s box.
Due to all the recent rain local softball teams are having to make up games this week. Fontainebleau travels to Ponchatoula today and plays at the Northshore Lady Panthers Wednesday.

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