Northshore Lady Panthers’ softball coach Marian Eades had a special day yesterday. Her Lady Panthers earned a key District 6-5A victory at home, securing a 5-3 victory over the Fontainebleau Lady Bulldogs. Northshore (10-2) improved to 4-1 in district play, while Fontainebleau (8-3) is even at 2-2.
Coach Eades continued her big day following her Lady Panthers’ victory by heading up Interstate 12 driving to Hammond to watch her son Chris, the Southeastern University Lions’ starting catcher. Chris, the younger brother of Ryan Eades, who is a pitcher in the Minnesota Twins’ organization, didn’t disappoint his mom as he ripped a two-run homer in the fifth inning to help lead Southeastern to an 11-5 win over Jackson State.
Eades, who is on the 2015 Johnny Bench Award Watch List, is batting .356 with a homer, four doubles and seven runs batted in. The Eades’ boys were teammates on the Panthers’ 2009 Class 5A state championship team, coached by Rick Mauldin.

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