The Canes, who had beaten Louisiana-based JPRD West 3-0 Monday in the tournament, fell 2-1 to the squad in their semifinal match on Wednesday at Lamar Murphy Park in Jefferson.
Alex Adsit toed the rubber for the Canes in the matchup, which saw Louisiana grab a 1-0 lead in the bottom of the first inning.
The Canes got on the board in the third after a two-out rally. A Cameron Neal single was followed by an RBI double by Nick Hill to tie the game at 1-1.
The game remained tied at 1-1 the next three innings until Louisiana scored in the sixth on a passed ball. The Canes hit soundly in the top of the seventh but could not push the tying run across the place, as they fell 2-1.
JPRD West then fell to the undefeated Florida team from Pinellas County, who took home the tournament championship.
Offensively for the Canes, Neal was 2-of-3; Josh Farmer was 1-of-2; Brent Arnold was 1-of-3 and Hill was 1-of-4.
The 13U Canes All-Stars ended their season at 12-2 through the District, State and World Series tournaments.
Also, three Canes were named to the World Series' All-Tournament roster, including Alex Adsit, Wyatt Barnett and Nick Hill.
Manager Marvin Neal said the team had hoped to win the Dizzy Dean World Series championship, but he remained proud of their performance in the postseason.
"We had our chances in the last couple of games we played," he said. "We had too many mental mistakes in our two losses.
"I am very proud of our guys. They have nothing to be ashamed of and can hold their heads up high. Out of 16 teams competing, to finish third overall is very special."
Neal went on to thank coaches Jeff Hill and Robbie Carlton for the work they did with the team and also the parents of their team for their support.