ET Baseball / Softball Roundup: Tyler Lee dominates Lobos, more
March 22, 2017 at 10:13 p.m.
TYLER LEE 10, LONGVIEW 0: TYLER — Bradley Rippy struck out 10 and limited the Lobos to one hit, and Kade Keener banged out four hits and drove in three runs as Tyler Lee earned a 10-0 win over Longview in District 11-6A play.
Lee scored twice in the first two innings, adding a run in the third and putting things away with a five-run sixth.
Jake Fidler had the lone hit for Longview. Josh Pointer worked 4.2 innings on the hill for the Lobos, walking two and giving up two earned runs. Matthew Boles allowed four earned runs in an inning of work.
The teams will meet again Friday in Longview.
HUDSON 2, SPRING HILL 0: Hudson scored the game's only runs in the top of the fourth inning, earning a 2-0 non-district win over the Spring Hill Panthers on Tuesday.
Spring Hill was led at the plate by Jared Blake, who doubled and singled. Jacob Moore and Tripp Bowles also singled for the Panthers.
Caden Noah pitched well in the loss, striking out six, walking one and giving up two earned runs on five hits in 5.2 innings. Braedon Sims allowed one hit in 1.1 innings.
GILMER 3, PARIS 2: PARIS — Gilmer rallied for two runs in the top of the seventh inning to notched a 3-2 win over Paris on Tuesday.
Myles Chumley collected three hits and drove in two runs for Gilmer. Dimitri Fort and Red Jones had two hits apiece, and Jeremy Kelly doubled for the Buckeyes.
Trent Pierce struck out five with no walks and one hit allowed in three innings to earn the win. Nathan Mize fanned three with no walks and one earned run allowed in four frames.
HENDERSON 10, TATUM 3: TATUM — Henderson's bats came alive late as the Lions scored nine times after the third inning for a 10-3 win over Tatum.
Sam Pryor, Kaine Campbell, Nick Parker and Lanson Simmons all had two hits for the Lions, with Campbell tripling and driving in a run and Parker and Pryor both adding doubles and two RBI apiece. Simmons and Levi McGee also drove in runs for the Lions.
C.J. Biggs homered, and A.J. Hendrix and Kevan Carpenter doubled for Tatum.
Parker earned the pitching win, striking out 12 with one walk and one earned run allowed in six innings. Hunter Foster took the loss for Tatum.
BECKVILLE 4, HARLETON 1: BECKVILLE — Ben Bridges doubled, singled and drove in two runs, Austin Bryan added a double and an RBI and Beckville held on for a 4-1 win over Harleton.
Michael Mize also drove in a run for Beckville, which scored three in the bottom of the first inning. Zeke Collins fanned 10 and walked three in 5.1 innings for the pitching win. Trey Lindsay struck out four in 1.2 innings of work.
Ted Fuller had two hits, and Zach Wallace drove in a run for Harleton. Hunter Jones took the loss. Gunnar smith fanned six and walked two in 4.2 innings.
HARMONY 29, WINONA 0: WINONA — Eight different Eagles drove in at least two runs, and Harmony erupted for 18 runs in the third inning en route to a 29-0 win over Winona on Tuesday.
Caleb Hart and Drew McNeel tripled, and J.P. Powers, Collin Jones, Hunter McNeel and Gage Goddard all doubled for Harmony. Powers had four hits and four RBIs, and Goddard added two hits and four RBIs. Drew McNeel, Hunter McNeel and Nick Hoelscher drove in three runs apiece, and Caleb Hart, Trenton Hart and Collin Jones all had two RBIs.
Hoelscher struck out nine with no walks and one hit allowed in five innings to earn the win.
HUGHES SPRINGS 11, QUEEN CITY 4: QUEEN CITY — Garrett golden homered, doubled, singled and drove in four runs, and Hughes Springs coasted to an 11-4 win over Queen City.
Alex Bruce tripled, and Harrison Reagan and Shawn Pope doubled for the Mustangs. Bruce drove in two runs, and Triston Hickey, Riley McKinney, Bo McEntire, Reagan and Pope all drove in one run.
Reagan struck out six with one walk in 6.2 innings for the win.
REDWATER 10, PAUL PEWITT 0: OMAHA — Will Windham had two hits in the loss for Paul Pewitt, with Colby Frost adding a double. Justin Hill took the loss.
The Brahmas will host New Boston on Friday.
LETU 7, WILEY 6: LeTourneau baseball scored four runs in the bottom of the ninth inning to earn their seventh win of the season in a thrilling 7-6 victory over Wiley College on Tuesday night at Conrad-Vernon Field.
Noah Mahoney went 3-for-5 at the plate with his critical RBI in the bottom of the ninth. Gonzalo Sosa and Jacob Simmons each had two RBIs for the YellowJacket offense. Carson Dickey and Kyle Jacobs each had two hits and scored two runs in their at-bats.
Sophomore Blake Maxfeldt earned his second win of the season as he pitched two hitless innings. Maxfeldt retired six consecutive batters including one strike out and forcing four fly outs.
LeTourneau will now focus on a three-game American Southwest Conference series with Howard Payne University in Brownwood. The series begins at 2 p.m. on Friday with one game, followed by a twinbill on Saturday starting at noon.
MOUNT VERNON 5, MPCH 1: MOUNT PLEASANT — Madison Whitfield struck out 15, walked one and allowed no earned runs on three hits to lead Mount Vernon to a 5-1 win over Mount Pleasant Chapel Hill.
Harlie Robertson tripled, doubled and drove in a run, and Michayla Deleon added an RBI for Mount Vernon. Jocelyn Tidwell and Deleon both doubled.
ARP 5, TROUP 4: ARP — Arp scored three runs in the bottom of the seventh to rally for a 5-4 win over Troup.
Kori Minnix had three hits and drove in a run in the loss for Troup. Renee Dennis added two hits and an RBI.
TYLER SWEEPS KC: BULLARD — Tyler pitchers held Kilgore scoreless in two games and allowed just four hits, rolling to 10-0 and 2-0 wins over the Rangers in Region XIV Conference action.
The losses drop Kilgore to 17-15 overall and 5-3 in conference play. The Rangers will host Trinity Valley at 1 and 3 p.m. on Saturday at The Ballpark at KC Commons.
In the 10-0 loss, TJC's Kelly Mardones and Julia Knight combined to strike out five and give up just one hit — a single by Shelby Edwards. Kaycie Moore homered and drove in three runs for Tyler.
Katy Worrell took the loss for Kilgore.
In the 2-0 loss, Knight fanned two with no walks in seven innings, allowing singles by Taylor Christopher, Kaylie Bush and Manda Wilmoth.
Worrell again took the loss, giving up no earned runs in 2.2 innings. Renee Jones fanned three and allowed no runs in 3.1 frames.