Travis 9, Austin 1
The Lady Tigers improved to 6-4 in District 20-6A with a home win against Austin Friday. Travis had three three-run frames against the Lady Bulldogs in the victory.
The Lady Tigers are in fourth place in 20-6A behind Ridge Point (9-1), Austin (8-2) and Kempner (7-3).
Travis will host Ridge Point on Tuesday.
George Ranch 19, Alief Taylor 0
The Longhorns’ winning streak extended to three games entering Tuesday’s game at Alief Taylor. George Ranch improved to 6-2 in District 23-6A, tied for second place with Pearland Dawson, behind only Pearland (8-1).
George Ranch will host Dawson on Tuesday.
Foster 24, Hightower 0
The Lady Falcons were nearly perfect on Friday against Hightower. Amanda Allen needed only 22 pitches to hold the Lady Hurricanes hitless and strike out all six batters she faced.
Kylie Stamper pitched the final inning, striking out the three batters she faced to complete the perfect game for Foster.
Foster had nine extra base hits, including Leea Dempsey with two doubles and a home run. Alyssa Muceus had two doubles. Kylie Neel and Kylie Stamper each had a double. CiCi Mata and Neel each had a triple.
Dempsey went 3-for-3 with three runs scored, four RBIs and a stolen base. Stamper went 3-for-3 with three runs scored and one RBI. Mata went 2-for-3 with four runs scored and two RBIs. Neel went 2-for-2 with three runs scored and three RBIs.
Foster is 9-1 in District 24-5A behind only Angleton at 10-0. The Lady Falcons will travel to Shadow Creek on Tuesday.
Shadow Creek 15, Lamar Consolidated 0
The Lady Mustangs couldn’t get the offense rolling at home against Shadow Creek on Friday. Eliza Salinas, Abbey Freeman, Morgan Sheridan and Joscelyn Ramos each had a hit for Lamar.
Kayla King, Joscelyn Ramos, Eliza Salinas (two) and Shenita Tucker (two) had stolen bases for the Lady Mustangs.
Lamar Consolidated is 5-6 in District 24-5A, good for sixth place, a half game behind Terry (5-5).
The Lady Mustangs will travel to Houston to face Willowridge on Tuesday.
Fulshear 14, Stafford 0
The Chargers scored early and often Friday in a District 25-4A home contest with Stafford.
Keely Castillo went 2-for-4 with two doubles, three runs scored and four RBIs.
Megan Smith drove in two and scored one run for the Chargers. Kendall Lippold, Megan Smith, Nicole Bodeux, Sierra Hoffart, Elizabeth Baylor and Caitlin Smith each had a hit.
Bodeux and Smith combined to scatter three hits over five scoreless innings. The pair struck out seven and walked none.
Fulshear improves to 3-5 in District 25-4A, the Chargers are in fifth place behind Needville (8-1), El Campo (7-2), Sealy (6-2) and Wharton (5-4).
The Chargers will travel to Needville on Tuesday.
Needville 7, El Campo 1
The Lady Jays took firm control of District 25-4A by completing the season sweep of the Lady Ricebirds Friday at El Campo. Needville and El Campo entered Friday’s contest tied in the loss column at one.
Abby Cousins, Faith Hoover, Aguilar and Nolen each had two hits. Carter had two RBIs. Camie Buell and Nolen each had one RBI.
Aguilar had three stolen base and Cousins had two stolen bases.
Cousins allowed one unearned run on three hits over seven innings, she struck out six and walked six.
Needville is in first place in District 25-4A at 8-1 followed by El Campo (7-2).
East Bernard 15, Tidehaven 0
The Brahmrettes needed only three innings to take care of Tidehaven at home on Friday.
Rylan Warncke, Kaitlyn Sulak and Reagan Koreneck each had three hits. Paige Nixon and Peyton McGuire each had two RBIs. Sulak had a triple. Nixon (two), Kenadi Domel and McGuire each had a double.
East Bernard had 19 stolen bases against Tidehaven. Korenek had six by herself. Brooke Dirba and Goudeau had three stolen bases. Morgan Gasch and Nixon had two stolen bases.
Reagan Korenek walked one and allowed no hits over three innings. She struck out four on 44 pitches.
The Brahmrettes are in the fourth place in District 24-3A with a 4-4 record, behind Danbury (8-0), Boling (7-1) and Tidehaven (4-3).