ET Baseball Roundup: Tyler Lee trounces Longview, more
March 25, 2017 at 8:56 p.m.
TYLER LEE 17, LONGVIEW 5: Rhett Parker homered, doubled and drove in six runs, and Tyler Lee pulled away late to notch a 17-5 District 11-6A win over the Longview Lobos.
The score was tied at 4-4 before Tyler Lee scored five in the fifth and put things away with an eight-run seventh.
Lance Shelton doubled in the loss for the Lobos. Trajan Bush and Adarius Carter had two hits apiece, with Bush driving in two runs and Carter adding an RBI. Jake Fidler also drove in a run.
MARSHALL 13, GREENVILLE 1: GREENVILLE — Jake McMullen and Cameron Haller combined for five hits, four RBIs and seven runs scored from the top two spots in the order, and cleanup man Trevor Clark banged out three hits and drove in three runs as Marshall rolled to a 13-1 district win over Greenville.
Haller and Clark both doubled twice, with McMullen adding a single and scoring four times. Clark had two doubles, and Blake Arst added a double and an RBI. Nathan Hicks and Kolten Roberson drove in two runs apiece, and Cade Bickerdike added an RBI.
Clark earned the pitching win. He allowed one earned run in three innings. Michael Crutcher fanned two with no walks in two innings of work.
HALLSVILLE 5, PINE TREE 1: HALLSVILLE — Hallsville's bats came alive in a five-run sixth inning, and the Bobcats rallied for a 5-1 District 16-5A win over Pine Tree on Saturday.
Ty Meissner tripled, doubled and drove in a run for Hallsville. Mason Oxsheer added two hits and an RBI, and Blaine Parker had one hit and drove in a pair of runs.
Cooper Rawls pitched 6.2 innings for the win, striking out seven. Parker slammed the door wit ha strikeout.
KILGORE 4, CHAPEL HILL 2: KILGORE — Collin Pippen struck out 12, and Kilgore made the most of two hits Saturday at Driller Park to open District 15-4A play with a 4-2 win over Chapel Hill.
Pippen walked one and allowed one earned run on four hits. Javan Smitherman pitched the final 2/3 innings or a save.
Trea Clayton doubled and Kahlon Clayton singled for the lone Kilgore hits. Elijah Williams, running for Pippen, scored twice. Ren Reynolds and Trea Clayton scored the other runs for Kilgore (12-4-2, 1-0).
BECKVILLE 11, WASKOM 0: BECKVILLE — Ethan Harris tossed a no-hitter at Waskom, striking out 15 and walking one, as the Beckville Bearcats rolled to an 11-0 District 16-3A win.
Trey Lindsay, Zach Collins, Harris and Bryce Osborn all doubled for Beckville, with Lindsay and Harris adding a single and two RBIs apiece. Osborn and Brandt Harris had two hits and an RBI apiece, and Michael Mize, Ty Jones and Ben Bridges all driving in runs.
Harris threw 51 of his 68 pitches for strikes and struck out every batter in the Waskom lineup at least once — fanning six Wildcats twice.
ELYSIAN FIELDS 5, HARLETON 4: ELYSIAN FIELDS — Elysian Fields pushed across two runs in the bottom of the sixth inning, rallying for a 5-4 win over Harleton in District 16-3A action.
Casey McMullen and Logan Busbey both doubled for Elysian Fields. McMullen, Cole Silliman, Caleb McCracken and Connor McCracken all drove in runs, and Cole Ellis and Busbey finished with two hits apiece.
Jonathan Ramsey struck out eight and walked two in six innings. Klayton Bryan fanned one with three walks in one inning.
For Harleton in the loss, Ted Fuller had two hits and an RBI, and Hunter Jones drove in two runs.
SABINE 12, ARP 0: LIBERTY CITY — Will Shawn tossed a three-hut shutout at Arp, striking out six, and Sabine rolled to a 12-0 District 15-3A win.
Shawn also helped himself at the plate with two singles and two RBIs. Daniel Wood tripled and drove in two runs, and Sam Longhofer, Tristan Green and Cheyenne Compton all added two hits. Green drove in two runs. Longhofer added an RBI and Green and Compton scored two runs apiece.
LINDEN-KILDARE 7, RIVERCREST 0: LINDEN — John Randall Fitts drove in two runs, Traccer Henry collected three hits and the Linden-Kildare Tigers moved to 3-1 in district play (8-5 overall) with a 7-0 win over Rivercrest.
Caleb Cunningham pitched the shutout for Linden-Kildare, fanning seven with no walks.
Deuce Schuler, Marty Johnson, Nic Kunze, Dalton Hendrix and Dalton Alford all drove in runs for the Tigers.
GARY 18, MARTINSVILLE 1: GARY — Gary banged out 14 hits, and three pitchers combined to strike out 13 as the Bobcats rolled to an 18-1 win over Martinsville.
Ethan Askins, Kenneth Andrews and Landon Odom all tripled for Gary, and Travis Mason and Cason Daniels added doubles. Mason had three hits and drove in a run, and Andrews, Coper Watkins, Odom and Collin Coleman finished with two hits apiece. Askins and Daniels drove in two runs apiece, and Mason, Watkins, Odom, Michael Quiroz and Coleman all drove in runs.
Daniels pitched three innings, striking out eight with no walks, for the win. Andrews fanned two in his inning of work, and Coleman struck out three in one frame.