The Leesville Wampus Cats rallied in the final innings for a 12-8 victory over the Grant Cougars on Thursday in the last District 4-4A game of the season.
Leesville closed the regular season with a record of 11-17, 4-4 in district play. With the victory, the Wampus Cats clinched third place in the league behind Tioga and Alexandria.
Colton Honeycutt picked up the win in relief for Leesville, going 1.1 innings with no strikeouts. Adam Woods started the game, going two innings, while Zack Squyres struck out four as he worked 3.2 innings of middle relief.
Honeycutt was 3-for-4 at the dish with four RBIs, while Josh Kaiama went 2-for-2 with two RBIs. Squyres added a hit and three RBIs, while Jared Williams, Kaplan Rolon and Mark Johnson each got hits.
The Wampus Cats should make the playoffs, but will likely take to the road in the first round of the Class 4A postseason.

Rosepine.....9
East Beauregard....1

ROSEPINE — The Rosepine Eagles closed out the regular season on a solid note, getting a two-hitter from senior pitcher Brandon Russell in a 9-1 victory over the East Beauregard Trojans.
With the win, Rosepine improved to 21-6 overall, closing out District 4-2A play with a mark of 11-1, winning the league title again this season.
The Eagles put three runs on the board in the bottom of the first inning and the game stayed that way until the fourth inning.
Rosepine scored six more runs in the bottom of the fourth to increase its lead to nine before East Beauregard (9-15, 6-6) managed to get a run in the top of the fifth as Ryan Lewing knocked in Kyler Campbell.
But Russell shut the door on East Beauregard en route to improved to 10-0 on the season.
He gave up one run on two hits with eight strikeouts and one walk. He was also 2-for-4 at the plate, aiding his own cause.
Devin Brown was also 2-for-4 for the Eagles, while Klint White and Randall Aycock were both 1-for-3.
Lewing suffered the loss for the Trojans, giving up nine runs on five hits with  four walks and no strikeouts.
Campbell and Brody Jackson were each 1-for-3 in the loss.
The Eagles have clinched a spot in the playoffs and should open the Class 2A postseason tournament at home.