Roundup: Oliver leads Liberty to victory at tourney

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FORT WORTH — Wade Oliver had a triple and had three RBIs to lead Liberty Christian to a 9-1 victory over Austin St. Michael’s Catholic Academy in six innings at the Texas Private School Classic on Friday.

Connor McMann (1-0) picked up the win, allowing four hits and one run.


Liberty 9, Austin St. Michael’s 1

Liberty Christian             010  008  — 9  3 1

St. Michaels                       001  000  — 1  4 0

WP – Connor McMann (1-0).  3B LC– Wade Oliver.



Pilot Point 14, Frisco Lone Star 3

FRISCO — Preslee Gallaway saw success both on the mound and at the plate as she led Pilot Point to a victory over Frisco Lone Star.

Gallaway had 10 strikeouts on the mound, a two-run double in the third inning and three RBIs. Lori Campbell had a three-run double in the fourth.



Pilot Point                   150  530   0  — 14 14 1

Home Team                 001  200   0  —  3  5 0

WP – Preslee Gallaway. 2B PP – Gallaway (2), Lori Campbell, Skylar Cagle. 3B PP – Cagle.


Argyle/Liberty tournament

Denton earned its first win in the tournament after defeating Argyle 6-0 and then went on to beat Canyon Creek 10-0, improving to 2-2 for the season.

Argyle couldn’t recover after losing to Denton and later fell to Brock 5-0, putting the Lady Eagles at 1-3 in the tournament.

The Sanger Lady Indians remained unbeaten at 4-0 in the tournament after defeating Brock 8-4 and Frisco Centennial 6-5.

Ponder beat Decatur 6-1 and went on to beat Prosper 2-1, keeping the Lady Lions undefeated at 4-0 in the tournament.

Liberty Christian defeated Canyon Creek 1-0, but fell to Sherman 14-1 as the Warriors dropped to 1-3 in the tournament.


Aubrey wins twice

WHITESBORO — Logan Even went 3 for 3 with three RBIs while leading Aubrey to its first win of the day in the Whitesboro tournament and came back to post the game-winning RBI in a victory that sent the Chaparrals to the championship game on Friday.

Aubrey defeated Pottsboro 14-0 in its first game of the day, and then beat Whitesboro 2-0.

Evan had three of Aubrey’s six hits against Pottsboro.

Aubrey (4-0) will face Denison at 5 p.m. today in the title game.

“It was a good day for us,” Aubrey coach Shon Ranton said. “We took advantage of walks in the first game and were able to get some clutch hits in the second game.”


Aubrey 14, Pottsboro 0

Pottsboro                                       00  — 0  0 3

Aubrey                                           95  — 14 6 0

WP – Kaley Reading.


Aubrey 2, Whitesboro 0

Aubrey                                100    10  — 2  3 0

Whitesboro                       000    00  — 0  3 0

WP — Kaley Reading. LP – Dean. 2B – Aubrey: Reading, Emily Torres; Whitesboro: Dillion.


Boys soccer

Guyer 4, Argyle 0

ARGYLE — Michael Munoz scored two goals, while Connor Bourgeois and McKenna Cook each added one to lead Guyer to a 4-0 victory over Argyle on Friday night.


Girls soccer

Guyer 7, Argyle 0

ARGYLE — The Guyer Lady Wildcats (12-1) finished off another shutout, this time besting Argyle 7-0.

Hannah Alspach scored Guyer’s first goal 17 minutes into the first half and was assisted by Brittany Crabtree. A minute later, Taylor Heaton assisted Alspach for the Lady Wildcats’ final goal of the half.

Three minutes into the second half, Gairy Natividad scored off of a corner kick from Kaitlyn Caro. Two minutes later, Caro knocked a 35-yard free kick to Crabtree, who finished with the header for Guyer’s fourth goal. Morgan Thornton then scored off of a corner serve from Ashleigh Lyons with 17 minutes left in the game, before Telia Young scored unassisted with 13 minutes left. Hannah Watson scored the Lady Wildcats’ final goal with about one minute left. 

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