ET Baseball Roundup: Sulphur Springs pounds Hallsville, more
April 4, 2017 at 11:14 p.m.
SULPHUR SPRINGS 5, HALLSVILLE 1: SULPHUR SPRINGS — Sulphur Springs scored in the bottom of the first, tacked on a couple in the third and fourth and held on for a 5-1 District 16-5A win over the Hallsville Bobcats on Tuesday.
Matt Wyman doubled and drove in the lone Hallsville run. Blaine Parker and Tye Smith had the only other Hallsville hits.
Parker took the loss. He struck out two and walked three in 3.1 innings.
NEW DIANA 15, JEFFERSON 1: JEFFERSON — Cole Willeford homered, singled and drove in four runs, and Tristan Swain dominated on the hill for New Diana as the Eagles rolled to a 15-1 win over Jefferson in District 16-3A play.
Swain struck out six with no walks, giving up three hits and one earned run in five innings.
Jacob Burton, Dakota DeBaun and Swain all doubled, with Burton adding two singles and driving in two and Isaiah Martinez adding three hits and three RBIs. DeBaun drove in three runs. Landon Dorman had two hits, and Cody Stanley finished with two hits and an RBI.
HARLETON 8, WASKOM 3: HARLETON – Jackie Lloyd returned to Harleton for the first time since retiring as the head baseball coach, this time as the head coach of the Waskom Wildcats, and his team dropped an 8-3 District 16-3A decision.
Harleton's Cade Dickeson went 3-for-4 with two doubles, a single, one RBI and two runs scored. Bryar Jones was walked once, reached on an error, scored one run and had one RBI. Zach Walker reached on an error, a walk, scored one run and had one RBI. Will Davis had two hits, a walk, and scored one run. Garrett Handlin singled twice and had one RBI. Hunter Jones was the winning pitcher for Harleton as he pitched four-and-two-thirds innings, allowing three runs on three hits and striking out four batters.
Waskom's Ty Carter and Jacob Morris each reached on an error and scored one run. Josh Martin went 1-for-3 with a single and one run.
SABINE 10, CUMBERLAND 0: LIBERTY CITY — Jaedon Pratt held Cumerland Academy to one hit, and Sam Longhofer doubled and drove in three runs to pace the offense as Sabine coasted to a 10-0 win.
Pratt struck out eight with no walks in five innings.
Cheyenne Compton added two hits and scored twice for the Cardinals.
UNION GROVE 4, CARLISLE 2: UNION GROVE — Austin Owens drove in two runs from the leadoff spot to pace the offense, and Tanner Stanley and Dylan Borden combined to hold Carlisle to a couple of runs on three hits as the Lions earned a 4-2 win over the Indians.
Stanley got the win, striking out seven with two walks and no earned runs allowed in 5.2 innings. Borden fanned three in his 1.1 innings of work.
Parker Thornton added two hits, and Stanley drove in a run for the Lions.
Blake Horn, Walker Adams and Michael Lambeth had hits for Carlisle. Blake Horn took the loss.
GARY 2, TIMPSON 0: GARY — Landon Odom dominated on the mound, striking out 14 and walking just one in a complete-game victory, and Gary notched a 2-0 win over Timpson.
Collin Coleman and Kenneth Andrews doubled for the Bobcats, with Coleman adding a single and Watkins driving in a run.
ATLANTA 8, MARSHALL 7: MARSHALL — Atlanta used a six-run fourth inning to overcome a 2-1 deficit, and held off a late Marshall rally to earn an 8-7 non-district win.
Marshall scored three runs in the bottom of the seventh, but came up just short.
Ty Kirkland, Cameron Haller and Trevor Clark all homered and drove in two runs for Marshall in the loss. Haller finished with two hits.
Blake Arst took the pitching loss, giving up three earned runs in one inning. Nathan Hicks fanned three in one inning.
WHITE OAK 13, ELYSIAN FIELDS 2: ELYSIAN FIELDS — Dalton Sumrow, Jacob Young and Heath Hood drove in three runs apiece, and White Oak pounded out 16 hits to back a solid effort on the hill from Layton Anderson en route to a 13-2 District 16-3A win over Elysian Fields.
Taylor Meaux tripled and drove in two runs for the Roughnecks. Young doubled twice, and Hood and Anderson added doubles. Hood, Anderson and Trenton Gross finished with three hits apiece, and Cook also drove in a run.
Anderson struck out two with no walks, giving up two earned runs on six hits in six innings.
Klayton Bryan doubled, Connor McCracken had two hits and Cole Silliman drove in two runs in the loss for Elysian Fields..
Cameron Richmond shouldered the pitching loss.