Rock and fire

Foster starting pitcher Jackson Schwank delivers a pitch against Brazosport.

Travis 10, Kempner 0

The Tigers used a seven-run fifth inning put the run-rule into effect Friday at Kempner.

Trey Faltine held the Cougars to on hit over five innings, striking out eight and walking none on 59 pitches.

Thomas Roldan went 3-for-3 including a home run with three RBIs and two runs scored.

Kenneth Dutka went 2-for-3 with two stolen bases, two runs scored and one RBI. Kevin Ortiz collected a double and an RBI.

Travis remains one game behind Ridge Point (6-0) at 5-1 in the District 20-6A standings. The Tigers will host Bush on Tuesday at Tiger Field.

Shadow Creek 6, Foster 2

Shadow Creek (5-5) handed the Falcons their first District 24-5A loss on Friday in Pearland. Jackson Schwank gave up five earned runs on seven hits over five innings. He struck out two and walked two. Brandon Naivar pitched one scoreless inning in relief, working around one walk and one hit.

Foster collected five hits, including doubles from Christian Martinez and Cade Sitka along with four walks, but only plated two runs. Joseph Aventurado went 2-for-3. Nick Mota collected both RBIs for the Falcons.

The Falcons now sit one game behind Angleton (8-0) in the District 24-5A standings at 7-1. Foster will travel to Willowridge on Tuesday as part of a two-game series with the Eagles.

Lamar Consolidated 10, Willowridge 2

Mustangs shortstop Stanley Tucker was a double away from the cycle Friday in Houston. He went 3-for-4 with a walk, four runs scored and an RBI.

Luis Ruales was 1-for-2 with a run scored, a double, two RBIs and two walks. Colby Lock also had two hits.

Lock allowed two earned runs on five hits over 5 1/3 innings as the Mustangs starting pitcher. He struck out seven and walked two. Tristan Cortez (0.2 IP) and Preston Wilson (1 IP) combined to close out the game, allowing no runs, one hit and striking out two.

Lamar Consolidated improves to 6-4 in District 24-5A for fourth place behind Angleton (8-0), Foster (7-1) and Terry (7-3).

The Mustangs will travel to Manvel on Tuesday as part of a two-game series.

Manvel 5, Terry 2

The Rangers were on the wrong end of a series sweep on Friday at Manvel with the Mavericks needing only four hits to score five runs in the victory.

Terry starter Dylan Garcia pitched three innings, allowing five runs (three earned) on three hits and five walks. He struck out two batters.

David Martinez pitched three innings, allowing one hit and striking out three against one walk.

Lead-off hitter Colby Alvarez-Mitchell went 2-for-4 with a double, a triple and two RBIs. Isaiah Garcia went 1-for-1 with a run scored and two walks.

Terry sits in third place in District 24-5A at 7-3 behind only Angleton (8-0) and Foster (7-1). The Rangers will head to Angleton on Tuesday in game one of a two-game series with the Wildcats.

Fulshear 2, El Campo 1

The Chargers went to El Campo and returned with a victory over the Ricebirds on Saturday.

The Ricebirds tied the game in the bottom of the fifth inning on an error. But Dylan Theut led off the top of the sixth with a double to center on pitch No. 7 of his at-bat.

Julian Brock was walked ahead of Chris Duncan, who made El Campo pay with a single to center to score the eventual game-winning run.

Theut allowed one unearned run on four hits over seven innings. He struck out nine and walked one in the victory.

Gavin Jacob added a double and Jacob Shamban collected an RBI.

Fulshear remains undefeated in District 25-4A at 6-0 and the Chargers will travel to Sweeny on Tuesday.

Sealy 6, Needville 5

A run in the seventh inning sank the Blue Jays in Sealy on Saturday.

Needville had a five-run rally in the sixth inning to take a 5-2 lead over the Tigers. But Sealy respond with three in the bottom of the sixth inning and walked off with the win in the following inning.

Thomas Schrek, Cole Verret, Dakota Palmer, Trent Cook and Tristan Ordeneaux each had a hit for Needville. Verret and Ordeneaux each had a double. Verret had two RBIs.

Blue Jays starting pitcher James Roberts allowed five runs (four earned) on six hits over 5 1/3 innings. He struck out four and walked seven.

Kolten Heine (2/3 IP) and Tristan Ordeneaux (1/3 IP) combined to pitch an inning in relief. Each struck out one batter and Heine walked two.

Needville is 2-3 in District 25-4A and will host Wharton on Tuesday.

East Bernard 18, Boling 8

The Brahmas scored early and often Friday at home against Boling. East Bernard posted a six-run fifth inning and nine-run frame in the fourth inning.

Reagan Whitley (3-for-5) and Payton Peloquin (3-for-4) each had three hits for the Brahmas. Peloquin and Grant Prazak each had four RBIs. Dallas Novicke went 2-for-4 with three runs scored.

Prazak went 2-for-2 with a double and a home run. Carson Little and Whitley each had a double. Peloquin added another home run.

Brennan Peloquin allowed five earned runs on six hits over three innings. He walked four while striking out one.

Little allowed two unearned runs on two hits and struck out one over one inning of relief work. Whitley pitched one inning in relief, allowing one earned run on two hits while striking out one.

East Bernard is tied for first place in District 24-3A with Van Vleck at 4-1. The Brahmas will travel to Palacios on Tuesday.

Brazos 10, Moulton 0

The Cougars took care of business against 1A Moulton on Friday, allowing one hit and scoring 10 runs off only eight hits.

Lead-off hitter Luke Demney went 2-for-4 including a double with two runs scored and one RBI. Drake Agular, Kaden Kneip and NIck Oliver each had a double. Jared Demney was 1-for-2 with a run scored and two RBIs.

Brazos had 18 stolen bases including three each from Kody Ressler and Dalton Herrera.

Kaden Kneip went the distance for Brazos, allowing one hit over five innings. He struck out 11 and walked one.

Brazos sits at 3-3 in District 29-2A. The Cougars will host Fayetteville on Tuesday.

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