After a 1-0 loss to the Mississippi Titans on Friday, the Oilers recorded a 6-5 win over the Bellhaven Jays on Saturday.
Eunice dropped a 9-2 decision to the Louisiana All-Stars on Saturday before closing out play with a 4-2 win over the Baton Rouge Raiders on Sunday.
Gauthier Amadee captured the Invitational title with a 10-8 win over the Titans after a 8-7 victory over the Louisiana Aces in the semifinals.
The Titans advanced to the finals with a 7-6 win over the Louisiana All-Stars 16 year olds.
Eunice 6, Jays 5
Bellhaven scored twice in the first inning and grabbed a 2-1 lead over the Oilers. Eunice scored when Tyler Fontenot walked and scored on a double from Stuart Turner.
Both teams pushed a run across in the second as the Jays held a 3-2 advantage. Eunice’s Brody Olivier (1-for-2) singled and scored on a single by Martin Seemion (2-for-3).
The Oilers scored twice in the third inning to take a 4-3 lead over Bellhaven.
Turner (2-for-3) reached base and scored on a passed ball, while Trent Vidrine reached on an error and scored on a sacrifice by Wesley Chachere.
Both teams pushed across two runs in the sixth inning as the Oilers pulled out the win.
Beau Leger walked, Seemion singled and both scored on a single by Tyler Fontenot (1-for-3).
Dillon Brown earned the win as he struck out two, walked one and allowed three earned runs on seven hits.
All-Stars 9, Eunice 2
The Louisiana All-Stars jumped out to a 6-1 lead and cruised to a 9-2 win over the Oilers in the second game on Saturday.
Eunice scored in the first inning when Seemion (1-for-2) tripled and scored on an All-Star error.
Eunice would not score again until the fifth frame when Matthew Bari was hit by a pitch, moved into scoring position on a single by Olivier (1-for-2) and crossed home plate on another All-Star miscue.
Bradley Bergeron suffered the loss as he allowed six earned runs on four hits with a strikeout and three walks over two innings of work.
Eunice 4, Raiders 2
The Oilers pushed across three runs in the third inning and added another run in the fifth to seal the 4-2 win over the Baton Rouge Raiders.
The Raiders scored in the first and third innings and kept the Oilers off base until the third-inning explosion.
Leger walked, Austin Young (1-for-2) singled and both scored on triple by Tyler Fontenot (1-for-2, BB).
Fontenot then scored on a singled by Turner (1-for-3).
The Oilers added an insurance run in the fifth when Seemion (1-for-3) singled and stole his way around the bases.
Eunice returns to American Legion action tonight with a road trip to the Crowley Pios.
The Oilers will host the Opelousas General Seminoles at 7 p.m. next Tuesday.