Tuesday, April 13, 2021
Dulles 9, Clements 6
The Vikings' Parker Airhart and Kason Hiatt each hit two doubles and drove in three runs in a win at home against Clements. Anthony Salinas and Brandon Epps each collected two hits.
Hunter Mullings scored three runs, earned two walks and hit a triple.
Aman Patel allowed four earned runs on nine hits, striking out 11 and walked one over six innings. Hunter Mullings struck out three in one relief inning.
Clement's Dylan Burnaman was 3-for-4 at the plate with a home run and a double. Drew Beavers was 2-for-4 with three RBIs and a double. James Sattler allowed six earned runs on seven hits over 4 2/3 innings, striking out seven and walked six. Drew Beavers let one earned run on two hits over 1 1/3 innings.
Elkins 2, Bush 0
The Knights scrapped out a win over Bush Tuesday in Missouri City.
Elkins' Jadyn Whitsitt, Joseph Binder, Ethan Muniz and Adam Wade each collected a hit. Muniz collected an RBI.
Knights' starting pitcher Adam Wade allowed only one hit over seven innings, striking out 13 and walked six.
Bush's Tyler Donovan collected the Broncos' lone hit. Jarius Ambush stole a base and Diego Perez collected two walks.
Bush's Cruz Medina allowed one earned run on three hits over five innings, striking out four and walking one. Charles Reyes pitched one scoreless inning in relief.
Terry 6, Angleton 5
Saturday's Terry-Angleton game ended with both teams scoring runs and the Wildcats pulling out a home win. Tuesday's contest saw the Rangers return the favor with three runs in the bottom of the seventh to secure a much-needed win over Angleton — following the Wildcats scoring two runs in the top of the seventh inning.
Terry trailed 5-3, entering the bottom of the seventh. Luis Garcia started the rally with a leadoff double on the sixth pitch of his hit at-bat. Gio Sanchez and Eric Garza followed with walks to load the bases.
Alvarez scored and the other two runners moved into scoring position on a wild pitch. Alex Coronado ended the game with a single to right field, keeping the Rangers' playoff hopes alive.
Terry's Daniel Perez, Juan Rodriguez and Miguel Munoz opened the scoring with three singles in the bottom of the first inning.
Angleton scored its first run in the fourth, and Terry responded with another run in the bottom of the frame. Daniel Coronado put two runners in scoring position with a two-out double. Alex Coronado scored on a wild pitch.
Angleton scored two runs to take a 3-2 lead in the fifth, and Kevin Cantu tied the game at 3-3 with a single to score Michael Cuevas from second base.
Gio Sanchez allowed one earned run on five hits over 6 2/3 innings, striking out five and walked three. Regan James allowed four earned runs on 11 hits over six innings for Angleton.
Foster 14, Hightower 3
The Falcons stayed on top of District 24-5A on Tuesday with a home win over Hightower. Jackson Schwank went 3-for-3 with a double, two runs scored and five RBIs. Hayden Holchak hit a home run, scored two runs and collected two walks.
Foster's Tanner Harmening allowed three unearned runs on four hits over five innings, striking out 11 and walking one.
Jeremy Payne hit a triple and drove in a run for the Hurricanes. Ethan Brown (2.0 IP) and Dylan Evans (1.0 IP) allowed nine earned runs on eight hits over three innings.
Marshall 17, Willowridge 7
The Buffaloes scored six runs in the second and third innings to jump on Willowridge Tuesday night in Missouri City.
David Ramirez went 3-for-4 at the plate, while Donovan Jackson Jr. was 2-for-3 with three runs scored.
Jabari Mayweather allowed six earned runs on four hits over 1 1/3 innings. Cullar pitched 4 2/3 innings of scoreless baseball in relief.
Larry Benton and William Goff each collected two hits for the Eagles. Goff and Joshua Hayes each hit a double. Benton scored two runs and Goff drove in two runs. William Goff (2.0 IP), Dustin Goff (3.0 IP) and Samuel Ortiz (0.0 IP) allowed 12 earned runs on 17 hits over five innings.
Fulshear 6, Lamar Consolidated 0*
Tuesday's game at Fulshear was postponed due to rain in the third inning, with Fulshear leading 6-0 over Lamar Consolidated.
The Chargers loaded the bases with one out in the bottom of the first inning. Thomas Barnhart, Hayden Graham, Tyler Schumann and Luke Guzzetta followed with RBI singles. Rafael Cortez also drove in a run with a sacrifice fly.
Chargers starting pitcher Regan Carter hadn't allowed a hit through two innings.
Lamar's Zyon Johnson stole a base. The Mustangs' starters Billy Ford allowed one earned run on four hits over 2/3 of an inning.
Needville 17, Columbia 4
The Blue Jays scored 11 runs to run away from Columbia Tuesday night in West Columbia. Reese Fredrickson went 3-for-3 with a double, three runs scored and two RBIs. Kody Gibbs was 2-for-2 with four RBIs and a double. Cole Todd drove in three runs.
Needville starting pitcher Carson Shultz allowed one earned run on three hits over 3 1/3 innings, striking out four and walked two. Payton Labay (1.2 IP) allowed one earned run on no hits, striking out three and walking two.
Stafford 12, La Marque 2
The Spartans needed only five innings to take care of La Marque on Tuesday night. Kaleb Roberts and Ashton Hoskin each collected two hits; Adrian Chavez scored three times and drove in two runs; Hoskin drove in two runs.
Macario Aleman (1.0 IP), Roberts (.1 IP) and Hoskin (3.2 IP) combined to allow two unearned runs on four hits over five innings, striking out seven and walking one.
East Bernard 13, Hempstead 1
Dallas Novicke didn't allow a hit over five innings in an East Bernard win at Hempstead Tuesday. The junior struck out eight and walked none. Hempstead's only run came after an error allowed a runner on base in the fifth inning, and the Bobcats scored after a stolen base and another error.
Novicke, Brennan Peloquin and Korbyn Hudgins each collected two hits for East Bernard.
Hudgins collected three RBIs and Grant Prazak hit a double.
Boling 14, Brazos 0
The Cougars were no-hit Tuesday night in Boling. Jared Demny, Dillon Arteaga, Dayne Macha, Mason Vrana and Chris Ortega collected. Ortega stole two bases.
Colten Richardson (2.0 IP) and Coltin Frayard (1.0 IP) allowed 13 runs on 13 hits and eight walks over three innings.