Dickinson 12, Chavez 1 (5)

DICKINSON – Logan Alexander went 2-for-3 and drove in three runs as the Gators topped Houston Chavez on Thursday in the Texas City/Dickinson Tournament.

Marcus Ingram went 2-for-2 and finished with two RBIs for Dickinson, and Tyler Martinez went 2-for-2 and drove in one run. Joel White had a hit and two RBIs.

Jared McWilliams earned the win, allowing one earned run on four hits with a strikeouts and three walks.

Conroe 6, Dickinson 1

DICKINSON – The Gators managed only one hit in their loss to Conroe on Thursday in the Texas City/Dickinson Tournament.

Robby Walker singled and scored for Dickinson, and Joey Silvas drove in the team’s lone run.

Clear Creek 10, Dulles 0 (5)

LEAGUE CITY – Collin Fries pitched five shutout innings, allowing four hits with three strikeouts to lead the Knights to a win over Fort Bend Dulles on Thursday in the Alvin Tournament.

Josh Elvir went 2-for-3 with a double and drove in two runs for Clear Falls. Chris Brandli went 2-for-2, and teammates Mikie Gaudet, Victor Garcia, Blake Sutton and Shawn Miller each had one RBI.

Clear Springs 4, Travis 3

DICKINSON – The Chargers manufactured four runs on four hits — scoring three in the third inning — to top Fort Bend Travis on Thursday in the Texas City/Dickinson Tournament.

Tyrone Thomas and Brandon Upton each singled and drove in a run for Clear Springs, and teammate Brad Nolen had one RBI.

Thomas, Blake Chisolm and Jacob Vasquez shared time on the mound, combining for six strikeouts while giving up five hits.

Clear Creek 7, North Shore 1

PEARLAND – The Wildcats bashed out five runs in the fourth inning Thursday en route to an Alvin Tournament win over North Shore.

Satchel McElroy doubled and drove in a pair of runs for Clear Creek. Trevor Pardo, Michael Rohland and Anthony Cole each had one RBI.

Landon Etzel gave up four hits and struck out six in four shutout innings to earn the win.

Clear Creek 9, Dulles 8 (6)

PEARLAND – The Wildcats scored twice in the bottom of the final inning, the winning run crossing home on an error, to rally past Fort Bend Dulles on Thursday in the Alvin Tournament.

Harrison Hill went 2-for-3 with a double and two RBIs for Clear Creek. Jacob Mihalski drove in a pair of runs, Satchel McElroy had a hit and scored three times, and Stephen Garcia had one RBI.

Clear Falls 1, Austin 0

ALVIN – Chase Lowman tossed a complete-game shutout, allowing only three hits with eight strikeouts and six walks to lead the Knights pas Fort Bend Austin on Thursday in the Alvin Tournament.

Chris Brandli drove in the only run of the game in the bottom of the first inning.

Danbury 20, Hitchcock 1 (3)

HITCHCOCK – Danbury exploded for 16 runs in the top of the first inning Thursday to top the Bulldogs in District 26-2A play.

Ball High 3, Lee 0

GALVESTON – Jake Simon dominated from the mound Tuesday, pitching a complete-game shutout with 10 strikeouts and allowing only one hit to lead the Tors past Baytown Lee in the District 24-4A opener.

At the plate, Simon went 2-for-2 with a double and drove in one run. David Hernandez doubled and had one RBI, and Ty Hoecker had a hit and drove in a run for the Tors.

Dawson 7, Santa Fe 5

PEARLAND – The Indians’rallied for four runs in the top of the seventh inning but fell short in the District 24-4A opener Wednesday against Pearland Dawson.

Timothy Johnson had a hit and drove in a pair of runs for Santa Fe. Brandon Holder and Aaron Theut also had RBIs for the Indians.

Starter Ty Neumann pitched 51/3 innings for the Indians, allowing three earned runs on seven hits with five strikeouts and four walks.

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