Baseball/softball roundup: Krum prevails north of Red River

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KINGSTON, Okla. — Ty Damron allowed two runs in six hits and added two RBIs to help lead Krum to a 6-2 victory over Kingston (Okla.) on Tuesday.

Brennan Ellis added a double for the Bobcats.

 

KRUM 6, KINGSTON 2

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WP — Ty Damron. LP — Jacson Beal. 2B — Brennan Ellis.

 

Ponder 21, Boyd 0

PONDER — Dylan Nichelson had a double and scored four runs as the Lions cruised past Boyd in a four-inning run rule.

Ethan Easterling recorded the shutout, allowing only two hits. Easterling also added a double and scored twice.

 

PONDER 21, BOYD 0

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WP — Ethan Easterling. LP — Sears. 2B — Dylan Nichelson, Easterling.

 

Liberty Christian 3, Fort Worth Christian 2

ARGYLE — The Liberty Christian Warriors pushed across the game-winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning Tuesday to beat Fort Worth Christian.

Liberty took a 1-0 lead in the first inning and held it until Fort Worth Christian tied the game in the fifth. Each team added runs in the sixth before Liberty was able to blank the visitors in the top of the seventh and then scored the winning run in the bottom of the frame.

Garrett Carter picked up the pitching win for Liberty, allowing just five hits.

Foster Ford and Daniel Keene were the offensive standouts for Liberty, both with home runs.

 

LIBERTY CHRISTIAN 3, FORT WORTH CHRISTIAN 2

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WP – Garrett CarterLP – Trae Patterson2B – FWC: Richard Burgess, Kyle SnyderHR – Lib: Foster Ford, Daniel Keene

 

Argyle 5, Lake Worth 0

ARGYLE — Argyle’s Landon Rogers threw a four-hitter and got all the run support he needed as the Argyle Eagles blanked Lake Worth 5-0 on Monday afternoon in nondistrict action.

Argyle (13-2) took a 1-0 lead in the second inning, added another run in the third before scoring twice in the fourth and one more in the fifth. Rogers went the distance to pick up the victory.

Davis Coghlan led the eight-hit Argyle attack with a triple.

 

ARGYLE 5, LAKE WORTH 0

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WP – Landon Rogers LP – Dustin Fraley2B – LW: Munez; 3B – A: Davis Coghlan

 

Softball

Aubrey 11, Anna 1

ANNA — Kaley Reding pitched her way to a victory and reached a milestone with her 1,000th career strikeout, leading the Lady Chaps over Anna.

Reding allowed one run on two hits, while Emily Torres, Nikki Brogdon, and Kayla Sullivan each had a double for Aubrey (17-3-1).

 

AUBREY 11, ANNA 1

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WP – Kaley Reding. LP – Gibbon. 2B – Emily Torres, Nikki Brogdon, Kayla Sullivan.

 

Denton 12, Wichita Falls 0

WICHITA FALLS — Allie Shelton, Madelein Green, and Jessica Jaurez each hit a home run to lead the Lady Broncos against Wichita Falls.

Natasha Kissel recorded the win from the circle, allowing only five hits. Juarez also had a double for Denton (13-4-1).

 

DENTON 12, WICHITA FALLS 0

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WP — Natasha Kissel. 2B — Jessica Jaurez. HR — Allie Shelton, Maddie Green, Juarez

 

Wichita Falls Rider 3, Lake Dallas 1

CORINTH — Lake Dallas slipped to 13-5 on the season after losing to district rival Wichita Falls Rider.

MaKenzie Chatam drove in the Lady Falcons’ only run with an RBI single in the seventh.

 

WICHITA FALLS RIDER 3, LAKE DALLAS 1

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WP — Abby Donnel. LP — Chrisa Head. 2B — Macey Bauman.

 

Pilot Point 5, Caddo Mills 2

CADDO MILLS — The Pilot Point Lady Cats remained unbeaten at 18-0-1 after defeating Caddo Mills.

Skylar Cagle recorded the win, allowing two runs on three hits. Kalyn Salsman and Cagle each had a two-run doubles, both came in the first inning.

 

PILOT POINT 5, CADDO MILLS 2

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WP – Skylar Cagle. LP – Moran. 2B – Kalyn Salsman, Cagle.

 

Pilot Point 17, Leonard 0

PILOT POINT — The best way to describe Pilot Point’s 17-0 victory over Leonard on Monday is complete dominance.

First off, Pilot Point pitcher Preslee Gallaway allowed no hits and struck out six in the District 12-2A victory by run rule. Secondly, every player in the lineup scored as the Lady Bearcats (16-0-1) put up 10 first-inning runs and seven more in the second frame.

Skylar Cagle had two hits, including a home run and drove in five. Sierra Brooks, Haley Evans, Brittney Beckett and Mallory Ramsey all had two hits, while Allison Strittmatter had a triple and scored twice.

 

PILOT POINT 17, LEONARD 0

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WP – Preslee Gallaway LP – Kerbi 3B – Allison Strittmatter; HR – Skylar Cagle

 

Ponder 8, Peaster 2

PEASTER — The Ponder Lady Lions rode the hitting of Jessica Orozco and the pitching and hitting of Hannah Prather to a victory over Peaster in District 9-2A action on Monday.

Orozco had a double and home run and drove in three runs to lead the Ponder offensive attack. Prather also had a pair of hits and drove in three as the Lady Lions improved to 10-6 overall and 3-0 in district.

Ponder jumped out on top with three runs in the third, added four more in the fourth and one in the sixth. Peaster scored its only runs in the fourth off Prather, who went the distance, allowing just three hits, striking out 12 without a walk.

 

PONDER 8, PEASTER 3

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WP – Hannah Prather LP – Robinson. 2B – Po: Jessica Orozco; HR – Po: Jessica Orozco

 


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