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Baseball/softball roundup: Guyer tops Wylie in thriller

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In a thrilling pitching duel that lasted a grueling nine innings, Guyer was able to squeeze past Wylie 1-0 on Tuesday night in walk-off fashion.

Pitcher Cade Branum put the team in position for the win, going 8 1/3 innings on the mound while allowing only three hits and holding Wylie scoreless. Reliever Jake Crabtree was credited with the win after getting the final two outs in the top of the ninth, but Branum's dominance set Guyer up for success.

After managing only one hit heading into the bottom of the ninth, the Wildcats got Ryan McCans on base with the only extra-base hit of the day. After advancing to third, McCans scored the winning run on a sacrifice fly from Jordan Bemineo.

Guyer will look to build off the momentum of the win in a rematch against Wylie at 7:30 p.m. Thursday.

Guyer 1, Wylie 0 (9)

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WP --Jake Crabtree. LP --Bridgewater. 2B --Guyer: Ryan McCans.

Sherman 7, Denton 1

SHERMAN -- Denton struggled to push runs across the plate and fell to Sherman.

The Broncos managed six hits but were unable to string them together to create scoring opportunities. Luke McDougall and Samson Hudson were the only Denton players to finish with a multi-hit game.

On the mound, Adrian Tovar got the start and was credited with the loss after allowing three runs in three innings of work. Michael Haney and Anthony Katlin finished the final three innings, combining to allow four hits and one earned run.

Denton will look to bounce back Thursday at 7:30 p.m. against Wichita Falls.

Sherman 7, Denton 1

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WP --Connor Hughes.LP --Adrian Tovar. 2B --Sherman: David Bedgood, Jack Lecrone (2), Blaine Bethel, TreyHohzclaw. HR --David Bedgood.

Lake Dallas 10, Carrollton Creekview 0

CARROLLTON -- Behind a one-hit effort from Mason Meeks on the mound, Lake Dallas was able to cruise past Carrollton Creekview.

The Falcons never gave Creekview a chance in the game as Meeks got into a rhythm right away. Meeks finished with five strikeouts in a complete-game shutout.

Feeding off Meeks' success, Lake Dallas used a six-run third inning at the plate to blow the game open. The game was called in the fifth inning due to the run rule. Braden Maiwald led the way with three RBIs while Jakob Machuca drove in two runs.

The Falcons will take on Creekview again at 7:30 p.m. Thursday.

Lake Dallas 10, Carrollton Creekview 0

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WP -- Mason Meeks. 2B -- Lake Dallas: Ryan Hull, Braden Maiwald.

Argyle 9, Gainesville 0

ARGYLE -- After jumping out to a 4-0 lead in the first, Argyle coasted past Gainesville.

The Eagles used a team effort on the mound, going with four pitchers who combined to allow only two hits. Dayne Galligan got the win after going three innings with no hits and five strikeouts before Parker Abrego, Ford Uranga and Bryson Hudgens finished the final four scoreless innings.

Chad Ricker was the hero at the plate, going 2-for-2 with four RBIs. Connor Mushinski drove in two runs while Seth Green added two hits and drove in a run.

Argyle will take on Sanger at 7:30 p.m. Friday.

Argyle 9, Gainesville 0

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WP --Dayne Galligan. LP --Burnett. 2B --Argyle: Seth Green, Chad Ricker. 3B--Argyle: Bryson Hudgens.

Krum 9, Sanger 0

KRUM -- Krum used a commanding pitching effort from Tristan Bridges and a big five-run inning to fuel a win against Sanger.

Bridges went all seven innings in the circle and allowed only five hits while racking up nine strikeouts. Lindsay Beutnagel led the way with three RBIs, and Bridges drove in two runs to help her cause.

Krum will return to action at 5:30 p.m. Friday against Bridgeport, while Sanger plays host to Argyle at 5:30 p.m. Thursday.

Krum 9, Sanger 0

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WP --Tristan Bridges. 2B --Krum: McKenna Bruce, Tristan Bridges (2), Avery Williams, Lindsay Beutnagel, Maddi Goin.

Argyle 5, Gainesville 2

ARGYLE -- After jumping out to an early four-run lead, Argyle held on to fight off a Gainesville rally.

The Lady Eagles scored three runs in the third to take a comfortable lead. It was all the run support pitcher Lauren Kraus needed as she went all seven innings and allowed only two runs -- both unearned -- and struck out five.

The damage done at the plate was spread out for Argyle as Abby Williams, Sarah Oellermann, Marley Straubmueller, Callye Leenhouts and Kraus each drove in one run.

The Lady Eagles return to action at 5:30 p.m. Thursday against Sanger.

Argyle 5, Gainesville 2

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WP -- Lauren Kraus. 2B -- Argyle: Callye Leenhouts. 3B-- Argyle: Marley Straubmueller.

Denison 5, Denton 4 (8)

DENISON -- Denton fell into an early hole before rallying to force extra innings, but the Lady Broncos were unable to pull off the comeback win against Denison.

Denison scored three runs in the bottom of the second, but Denton wasted no time tying things up with a three-run third inning.

Denison regained the lead in the bottom of the sixth, but the Lady Broncos again answered with a run in the seventh to force an eighth inning. However, Denton didn't have a chance to respond when Denison scored the winning run to end the game in the eighth.

Denton's Riki Haase went 7 1/3 innings in the circle and allowed four earned runs on seven hits while tallying four strikeouts. Haase also led the way at the plate, going 3-for-3 while driving in three runs.

Denton will look to get back on track at 6:30 p.m. Friday against Wichita Falls Rider.

Denison 5, Denton 4 (8)

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WP -- Hunt. LP --Riki Haase. 2B --Denton: Gabby Naples, Riki Haase (2). Denison: Sullivan. 3B--Denison: Linwood, Garvin.

Pilot Point 7, Pottsboro 5

POTTSBORO -- Pilot Point jumped out to an early five-run lead and had to overcome several errors down the stretch to hang on for a win against Pottsboro.

Christine Billmeier got another win with a strong performance pitching, going a complete seven innings while allowing six hits and two earned runs. Four Pilot Point errors led to three unearned runs for the Lady Cardinals.

Billmeier and Hannah Sullivan each hit a home run to kick-start the offense for Pilot Point, and Sullivan finished with a team-high three RBIs in the win.

The Lady Bearcats will take on Gunter at 5 p.m. Friday.

Pilot Point 7, Pottsboro 5

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WP --Christine Billmeier. 2B --Pilot Point: Skylar Simmel. HR -- Hannah Sullivan, Christine Billmeier.