Baseball roundup: Argyle dominates Whitesboro 10-1

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VAN ALSTYNE — Argyle improved to 12-2 after defeating Whitesboro 10-1 in the Van Alstyne tournament Saturday.

Brandon Boyzuick recorded the win for the Eagles, allowing one run on two hits. Davis Coughlin hit a triple.



Argyle             020      206      —        10        8          0

Whitesboro                 000      010      —        1          2          2

WP — Brandon Boyzuick. LP — Tyler Beasley. 2B — Argyle: Dillon Harp, Cutter McDonald, Drew Gooch. 3B – Argyle: Davis Coughlin.


Tournament of Champions

FRISCO — Despite strong efforts at the plate from Foster Ford, Hayden Holley and Connor McMann — each of whom hit a double — the Liberty Christian Warriors fell to Frisco Centennial 11-4 in the Tournament of Champions.

Garrett Carter took the loss for Liberty, allowing 11 runs on 13 hits.



Liberty Christian        001      201      0          —        4          8          1

Frisco Centennial        301      151      X         —        11        13        1

WP — Will Marshall. LP — Garrett Carter. 2B – Liberty: Foster Ford, Hayden Holley, Connor McMann.


Ponder tournament

PONDER — Despite Ponder’s attempt to rally in the fifth and seventh innings, the Lions still fell short to Plano John Paul II 7-5.

Collin Knight recorded the loss for Ponder, allowing seven runs on 11 hits. Micah Broadstreet and Keaton Malcom each had a double for the Lions.

On Friday night, Ponder used five late runs to earn a 6-3 comeback victory against Sanger.

Ponder’s Ethan Easterling went 3 for 4 with an RBI and scored two runs. Keaton Malcom and Dylan Nichelson each had two hits in the win for the Lions.

Sanger’s Ted Wisdom went 2 for 4 in the loss. Each team committed five errors.


Ponder 6, Sanger 3

Sanger  200      100      0          —        3          4          5

Ponder 000      132      x          —        6          10        5

WP — Josh Peterson. LP — Colt Ritzel. S — Troy Gunter. 2B – S: Brice Escobedo; P: Dylan Nichelson.

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