Travis 15, Dulles 3
The Lady Tigers collected 16 hits in a win Tuesday at Dulles.
Travis scored in all six innings against the Lady Vikings, including a pair of four-run innings.
The Lady Tigers are 5-4 in District 20-6A in fourth place behind Ridge Point (8-1), Austin (8-1) and Kempner (6-3). Travis will host Austin on Friday.
George Ranch 17, Alief Hastings 0
The Longhorns were prefect Tuesday at Alief Hastings.
Nevada Dolnik pitched three perfect innings without giving up a hit or a walk while striking out nine.
Dolnik also went 2-for-3 with two doubles three RBIs.
Seleste Compian went 2-for-2 with five RBIs and two triples.
George Ranch is in third place in District 23-6A with a 6-2 record overall. Pearland is in first place at 7-1 and Dawson is second at 6-1.
The Longhorns will play at Alief Taylor on Friday.
Foster 17, Marshall 0
The Lady Falcons’ starting pitcher Peyton Welker struck out eight and walked one over three innings of work on Tuesday at Marshall.
Welker no-hit the Lady Buffaloes after walking the first batter she faced.
Foster lead-off hitter CiCi Mata went 3-for-3 with four runs scored and an RBI.
Mata, Emily Naivar and Shelby Showers each had double. Kylie Neel had a triple.
Neel went 2-for-4 with one run scored and four RBIs.
Emily Naivar went 2-for-3 with three runs scored and three RBIs.
Foster is second in District 24-5A with an 8-1 record overall behind Angleton at 10-0.
The Lady Falcons will play at Hightower on Friday.
Lamar Consolidated 33, Hightower 11
The Lady Mustangs softball team put up a football score on Hightower on Tuesday in Missouri City, scoring 27 runs over the final two frames of the four-inning contest.
Shenita Tucker went 5-for-6 with four runs scored and seven RBIs with a triple.
Kayla King went 4-for-4 with four extra-base hits (two doubles, two triples) four RBIs, three runs scored and two walks.
Joscelyn Ramos wen 3-for-3 with five runs scored, five RBIs and a home run
Malerie Badillo went 4-for-5 with four runs scored and five RBIs.
Morgan Sheridan scored three runs and collected a triple.
The Lady Mustangs had 16 stolen bases including Abbey Freeman with six. Nadya Celeste had three and Badillo and Tucker had two each.
The Lady Mustangs are 5-5 in Distinct 24-5A in fifth place. Angleton (10-0), Foster (8-1), Shadow Creek (7-3) and Manvel (6-3) are ahead in the standings.
Shadow Creek 10, Terry 2
The Lady Rangers couldn’t get their offense rolling in Tuesday’s game at Shadow Creek.
Giselle Villarreal wen 2-for-4 with two runs scored in the lead-off spot for Terry.
But Villarreal had the only hits for the Lady Rangers.
Larissa Armendariz collected two walks. LeeAnn Ramirez had a stolen base.
Alex Howard allowed seven earned runs on 11 hits over six innings. She struck out three and walked one.
The Lady Rangers are tied with Lamar at 5-5 in the District 24-5A standings. Angleton (10-0), Foster (8-1), Shadow Creek (7-3) and Manvel (6-3) are ahead in the standings.
Terry will host Willowridge on Friday.
Needville 4, Wharton 0
The Lady Jays shut out Wharton at home on Tuesday.
Abby Cousins allowed only one hit over seven innings while walking none. Cousins struck out eight.
Fayth Hoover and Celeste Aguilar each had two hits for the Lady Jays. Aguilar and Abby House each had an RBI.
House’ hit was a triple.
The Lady Jays are tied with El Campo atop District 25-4A at 7-1.
Needville will travel to El Campo on Friday.
Fulshear 11, Cy-Springs 0
The Chargers kept sharp with a non-district game on Tuesday against Cy-Springs, shutting out the Lady Panthers over six innings.
Keely Castillo went 3-for-4 with two doubles and two runs scored.
Nicole Bodeux, Jacey Coe and Megan Smith had a double.
Kendall Lippold collected a triple. Lippold went 2-for-5 with two runs scored and three RBIs.
Caitlin Smith went 2-for-4 with a run scored.
Bodeux (3 IP) and Smith (3 IP) combined to no-hit Cy-Springs. The pair combined for seven strikeouts and one walk allowed.
Fulshear is 2-5 in District 25-4A play and will host Stafford on Friday.
East Bernard 14, Palacios 3
The Brahmarettes put away Palacios early on Tuesday with a pair of five-run frames to start the contest at Palacios.
East Bernard led 14-0 before the Sharkettes put any runs on the board.
The bottom of the East Bernard lineup did damage with Kaitlyn Sulak, Savannah Goudeau, Hayley Hoegemeyer, Reagan Korenek and Harper Carr each had two hits.
Sulak had three RBIs while Goudeau and Hoegemeyer drove in two runs.
Morgan Gasch, Goudeau, Hoegemeyer and Sulak each had a double.
The Brahmarettes had nine stolen bases including three from Kenadi Domel.
Reagan Korenek pitched three innings, allowing no hits and walking two while striking out six.
Sulak pitched the final two innings, allowing one earned run on three hits. She struck out four and walked none.
East Bernard is in fourth place in District 24-3A with a 4-4 record behind Danbury (8-0), Boling (7-1) and Tidehaven (4-3).
The Brahmarettes will host Tidehaven on Friday.