Tigers lose to Kingwood Park in FBISD tournament

Travis centerfielder Colin Mushinski hits a foul ball against Kingwood Park during the FBISD Baseball Tournament.

Travis 12, Bridgeland 4

After getting swept on the opening day of the Fort Bend ISD Tournament Thursday, the Tigers rebounded with a win against Bridgeland at Tiger Field.

Trey Faltine, Colin Mushinski and John Henderson all had doubles in the victory. Koby Dutka was 3-for-3 with a run scored. Mushinski was 2-for-4 with one run and three RBIs. Kevin Ortiz had two RBIs.

Travis starting pitcher Jeremy Yurcak allowed one earned run on six hits over five innings. He struck out two and walked none.

Travis 2, Sweeny 0

The Tigers collected a second win on Friday at the FBISD Tournament behind a shutout by Trey Faltine (6 IP) and Fritz Holzhausen (1 IP). Faltine struck out 13 of the 23 batters he faced, walked two and scattered three hits.

Thomas Roldan and John Henderson each had an RBI. Kevin Ortiz was 2-for-3 at the plate.

Travis 9, Bellaire 1

On Saturday, the Tigers turned to Kenneth Dutka (3 2/3 IP) and Mason Brock (1 1/3 IP) to hold Bellaire to one run over five innings. Dutka allowed one earned run on five hits, striking out two and walking one.

Trey Faltine was 3-for-4 with two runs scored and two RBIs in the leadoff spot. John Henderson was 1-for-2 with three RBIs and a run scored. Dutka was 1-for-2 with two RBIs.

Katy Tompkins 2, George Ranch 0

The Longhorns opened the Tomball ISD Tournament with a loss to Katy Tompkins on Thursday.

George Ranch 7, Tomball Memorial 6

A late charge by Tomball Memorial with six runs in the final three frames was not enough to down the Longhorns on Thursday in the Tomball ISD Tournament.

George Ranch 10, Houston Milby 7

The Longhorns scored five runs in the sixth inning to grab a win against Houston Milby on Friday at the Tomball ISD Tournament.

Katy 11, George Ranch 3

The Longhorns lost their second game in Friday’s action at the Tomball ISD Tournament.

George Ranch 6, Kingwood 4

The Longhorns used a pair of three-run innings to get a win against Kingwood during Saturday action at the Tomball ISD Tournament.

Foster 13, Lamar Consolidated 3

The Falcons completed the District 24-5A series sweep of the Mustangs Friday in six innings. The Falcons scored in all innings but the first on 15 hits and four walks.

Foster’s Christian Martinez went 3-for-5 with three RBIs and two runs scored. Jacob Flores was 3-for-3 with two doubles, four runs scored, two RBIs and one walk.

Nick Mota hit a solo blast in the third inning for Foster.

Luis Ruales had two hits for Lamar Consolidated. Mustafa Hatamleh collected two RBIs for the Mustangs. Ruales and Stanley Tucker each had doubles.

Jackson Schwank pitched five innings, allowing one earned run on six hits while striking out five and walking none for Foster. Chase Albright pitched a scoreless sixth inning for the Falcons.

Colby Lock got the start for Lamar, allowing seven earned runs on nine hits.

Lamar Consolidated 17, Marshall 3

The Mustangs rebounded with a win against Marshall on Saturday.

The top of Lamar Consolidated‘s lineup collected eight hits and scored 11 runs.

Stanley Tucker was 2-for-3 with four runs scored and one RBI. Mustafa Hatamleh was 3-for-4 with four runs and two RBIs. Colby Lock was 3-for-3 with three runs scored and two RBIs.

Tucker pitched six innings, allowing three unearned runs on one hit and striking out 12 while walking three.

Christian Aguilar was 2-for-3 with three RBIs Luis Ruales was 1-for-3 with two runs and four RBIs.

Terry 7, Marshall 2

The Rangers completed a District 24-5A series sweep of Marshall with a 7-2 win in Missouri City.

The offense was headlined by Brian Martinez, who was 4-for-4 with two runs scored and two RBIs. Colby Alvarez-Mitchell, Jose Lucio and Colby McDaniel each had two hits. Alvarez-Mitchell and Lucio each collected a double. Dylan Garcia had two RBIs.

The Rangers had 12 stolen bases including Martinez and Alvarez-Mitchell collecting four each.

Isaiah Garcia allowed one earned run on two hits over four innings, he struck out six and walked one.

David Martinez and Dylan Garcia combined for one earned run and seven strikeouts over three innings in relief.

Terry 14, Hightower 4

The Rangers continued their victorious run in District 24-5A in Missouri City Saturday at Hightower.

Colby McDaniel was 3-for-3 with four runs and one RBI. Jacob Martinez was 2-for-3 with three runs scored and one RBI.

Jose Lucio was 2-for-4 with two runs scored and Dylan Garcia was 1-for-2 with three RBIs.

Dylan Garcia and Jesus Salazar combined to allow two earned runs over six innings, striking out six and walking none.

KJ Cantu pitched a clean seventh inning.

Fulshear 10, Goliad 3

The Chargers opened the La Grange Tournament with a win over Goliad on Thursday. Dylan Theut, Travis Long and Conner Hodges each had two hits for Fulshear. Julian Brock and Korbin Champion each had two RBIs. Brock, Champion and Conner Hodges each had a double.

Wyatt Radcliff got the start for Fulshear on the mound, he pitched three scoreless innings. Radcliff scattered two hits and struck out two while walking two.

La Vernia 4, Fulshear 2

Dylan Theut, Julian Brock and Noah McCollum collected hits in the loss to La Vernia Thursday at the La Grange Tournament.

Travis Long allowed four unearned runs (two earned) on two hits, striking out one and walking four. Dus Downing pitched three scoreless innings in relief, striking out three and walking none.

Fulshear 8, Bellville 2

The Chargers opened Friday with an 8-2 win over Bellville at the La Grange Tournament. Jacob Shamban was 2-for-3 with two RBIs and one run.

Julian Brock had a double and two RBIs. Mason Shockey had two runs scored and a double.

Dylan Theut pitched four scoreless innings, scattering four hits and striking out three.

Bryce Winters pitched two scoreless innings in relief.

Waller 9, Fulshear 2

Fulshear’s Noah McCollum had two hits in Saturday’s loss to Waller. Dylan Theut had two runs scored. Wyatt Radcliff collected a double.

Starting pitcher Josh Hayes allowed three earned runs on four hits over three innings.

Jasper 9, Needville 3

The Blue Jays lost to the host at the Jasper Tournament on Thursday. Dakota Palmer was 2-for-3 at the plate and James Roberts was 1-for-3 with two RBIs.

Palmer allowed four earned runs on six hits over 4 1/3 innings, striking out five and walking two.

Needville 5, Central Heights 5

Blue Jays Dakota Palmer and Tristan Ordeneaux each had two RBIs in the Friday tie with Central Heights. Ordeneaux allowed four earned runs over five innings, striking out seven and walking three.

Needville 8, Kilgore 6

In game two of Friday’s action, the Blue Jays collected four runs over the final two frames for the win over Kilgore.

Dakota Palmer was 2-for-3 with two runs scored and an RBI. Kolten Heine was 1-for-1 with two runs scored and two walks. Trent Cook, Palmer and Jacob Vacek each had a double.

Kolten Heine pitched five scoreless innings in relief, striking out four and walking two.

Needville 7, Kirbyville 7

The Blue Jays scored six runs over the first two innings in a Saturday win over Kirbyville. Jacob Vacek, Thomas Schrek and Derek Tate each had two hits. Dakota Palmer, James Roberts and Tate each had a double. Cole Verret had two RBIs.

East Bernard 5, Edna 3

The Brahmas opened the Stanley Krist Tournament with a win over Edna. Brennan Peloquin, Reagan Whitley, Hunter Goudeau, Chris Murrile and Payton Peloquin collected hits. Goudeau and Whitley each had a double. Payton Peloquin had two RBIs.

Payton Peloquin allowed one earned run on two hits while striking out five and walking two over four innings. Carson Little allowed one earned run on one hit over three relief innings.

East Bernard 4, Nixon-Smiley 0

Brennan Peloquin pitched seven scoreless innings, scattering two hits while striking out 10 and walking two.

Reagan Whitley went 2-for-3. Grant Prazak had a home run and three RBIs. Darren Chavez scored two runs.

Sacred Heart 14, East Bernard 1

The Brahmas were held to one run on Saturday against Sacred Heart. Payton Peloquin, Grant Prazaz, Carson Little and Eric Bradicich each had a hit.

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