High School roundup

Baseball

Clear Falls 3, George Ranch 1

LEAGUE CITY – Corrie Patrick pitched six innings, giving up only one earned run on four hits with seven strikeouts as the Knights down Richmond George Ranch on Friday at the CCISD Tournament.

Tori Hatten had a pair of hits and drove in a run for Clear Falls, and Madison Ulmer had a hit and one RBI.

Brazoswood 13, Santa Fe 4

SANTA FE – The Buccaneers put up six runs in the third inning and hammered 16 hits to top the Indians on Friday in the Santa Fe Tournament.

Jared Sheppard smacked a grand slam in the bottom of the fourth inning to account for all of Santa Fe’s runs.

His long ball made it a 9-4 game.

Clear Springs 12, Santa Fe 10

SANTA FE – The Chargers’ bats came alive in the top of the seventh with a 10-run inning to rally past the Indians on Friday in the Santa Fe Tournament.

Blake Chisolm had two hits with a double and three RBIs for Clear Springs. Alex Hohlt had two hits and two RBIs, Brandon Upton drove in a pair of runs, and Matt Currie, Tyrone Thomas, Jacob Ramirez and John Wallace each had one RBI.

Ryan Moore went 2-for-3 with a homer, three runs scored and four RBIs for Santa Fe. Timothy Johnson, Jordan Gunter and Yadir Muniz each drove in one run.

Clear Creek 8, Cy-Woods 3

LEAGUE CITY – Trailing by a run, 3-2, the Wildcats surged ahead with five runs in the six inning Friday to down Cy-Woods in the CCISD Tournament.

Harrison Hill had a hit and drove in tow runs for Clear Creek. Satchel McElroy had two hits an one RBI, and Trevor Pardo drove in one for Clear Creek.

Brandon Bolt got the win in relief, pitching 22/3 no-hit innings with two walks and two strikeouts.

Clear Creek 8, Conroe 7

LEAGUE CITY – The Wildcats rallied with five runs in their final out to blast bast the Tigers on Friday at the CCISD Tournament.

Landon Etzel smacked a two-run double to tie the game with two outs in the bottom of the seventh inning, and Sean Kelly scored the winning run on an error.

Kelly homered and drove in four runs, and Etzel finished with three RBI. Stephen Garcia also drove in a run for the Wildcats.

Bay Area Christian 16, Hitchcock 3

HITCHCOCK – The Broncos scored eight runs in the second inning and never looked back in the Bulldog Bash Tournament win Friday over Hitchcock.

Michael Parker had a hit and drove in a pair of runs for the Bulldogs.

Bay Area Christian finished the game with 14 hits.

Terry 5, Dickinson 4

ALIEF – The Gators fell behind by four runs in the first inning and never could get ahead of the Rangers, losing Friday in the Alief ISD Tournament.

Tyler Cauley drove in a run for Dickinson. Joey Silvas doubled and scored a run.

Dickinson 5, Pasadena Memorial 5

ALIEF – The Gators and the Mavericks played to a time-limit draw Friday at the Alief ISD Tournament.

Robby Walker doubled and drove in two runs for Dickinson, and Pierce Hollister had a hit and two RBIs.

Clear Falls 12, Austin 3

PEARLAND – The Knights put the exclamation point on their Pearland Tournament win over Fort Bend Austin on Friday with a seven-run rally in the bottom of the sixth inning.

Josh Elvir went 2-for-3 with a double and three RBIs for Clear Falls. He also walked twice and scored three runs.

Collin Fries went 4-for-5 with an RBI, Chris Brandli had two hits and two RBIs, and Victor Garcia double, drove in a run and scored twice.

Mikie Gaudet, Hunter La Grange, Adam Prentice, Mason Stephenson and Ian Clark each had one RBI for the Knights.

La Grange got the win in 52/3 innings of working, giving up three earned runs on seven hits with three strikeouts.

Texas City 10, Waltrip 3

LA PORTE – The Stings exploded for seven runs in the bottom of the sixth inning Thursday to shoot past Waltrip in the opening round of the La Porte Tournament.

Brandon Galvan went 3-for-4 with a homer, triple and three RBI for Texas City.

Jacob Fuller had a double and drove in two runs, and both David Mull and Andrew McWilliams each had one RBI for the Stings.

Fuller earned the win, ins six innings of work, giving up two hits with four strikeouts.

Texas City 8, South Houston 3

LA PORTE – The Stings blew open a 3-3 game with five runs in the top of the fourth to down South Houston on Thursday in the La Porte Tournament.

Zack Powell had two hits and scored twice for Texas City. Brandon Galvan, Andrew McWilliams, Andrew Allen and David Mull each had one RBI for the Stings.

Tony Ware earned the win, giving up two earned runs on five hits with three strikeouts.

Episcopal 11, Clear Springs 10

ALVIN – The Chargers’ rally fell short Thursday after Episcopal put up 10 runs in the second inning to hold on to a slim win in the First Pitch Tournament.

Tyrone Thomas had three hits with a double and three RBIs for Clear Springs, and teammate Brandon Upton drove in three runs. Matt Currie had two hits and one RBI.

The Chargers scored four runs in the bottom of the seventh inning, falling a run short of extending the game to extra innings.

Brad Nolen pitched 51/3 relief innings, giving up only two hits with a pair of strikeouts.

Hitchcock 13, La Marque 2 (4)

HITCHCOCK – The Bulldogs made short work of La Marque on Thursday in the Bulldog Bash Tournament, winning in four innings.

Drager Landry went 2-for-2 with four RBIs for Hitchcock. Michael Parker went 3-for-3 with a double, one RBI and three runs scored.

Kyle Cook drove in a pair of runs for the Bulldogs, Dustin St. Clair had two hits with one RBI and three runs, and both Hunter Thiem and James Vineyard drove in one run.

St. Clair earned the win, allowing two earned runs on one hit in 31/3 innings with nine strikeouts.

Clear Creek 10, Spring 3

KINGWOOD – The Wildcats pounded out 10 hits to top Spring on Thursday during the opening day of the Kingwood Tournament.

Satchel McElroy had a homer and drove in three runs for Clear Creek. Michael Rohland had three hits with one RBI, Trevor Pardo drove in two runs, and both Anthony Cole and Stephen Garcia had one RBI.

O’Connell 18, Faith Academy 3

GALVESTON – Justin Viernes and Matthew Freed led the Buccaneers’ offensive onslaught Wednesday in a nondistrict hammering of Bellville Faith Academy.

Viernes had four hits with a homer and two doubles, and Freed had four hits with a pair of doubles. Blake Chapman had two singles and earned the win, striking out 11.

Reported by Mevin Williams

Clear Lake 5, Ball High 4

LA PORTE – The Falcons slipped by the Tors Thursday with a run in the bottom of the seventh Thursday during the opening day of the La Porte Tournament.

Ty Hoecker had a solo homer for Ball High, and Parker Prets had a hit and one RBI.

Port Neches-Groves 7, Ball High 1

LA PORTE – The Indians pounded out six runs in the sixth inning to down the Tors on Thursday in the La Porte Tournament.

David Hernandez had a solo home run in the bottom of the fourth inning for Ball high the tied the game.

The Tors managed only two hits.

Softball

Clear Creek 5, Texas City 1

LEAGUE CITY – The Wildcats got three runs in the top of the first inning en route to a CCISD Tournament win Friday against Texas City.

Riley Bullen and Brittney Wingate each went 2-for-3 with a double and two RBIs for Clear Creek.

Brittany Crowley went 3-for-3 with two runs scored, and Katy Sawyer went 2-for-2 with an RBI.

Katlyn Rivera earned the win, giving up three hits in six innings with a strikeout and three walks.

Clear Creek 8, Katy 6

LEAGUE CITY – Kalyn Ramber smacked a three-run homer in the bottom of the sixth inning to lift the Wildcats to a CCISD Tournament win over Katy on Thursday.

Brittney Wingate added two hits with a double and two RBIs for Clear Creek. Madison Wadyka had three hits, and Katelynn Gatica drove in a run.

Kelsi Adams earned the win in five innings of work, allowing three earned runs on six hits.

Clear Creek 8, Nederland 3

LEAGUE CITY – Brittney Wingate went 3-for-4 with two RBIs to lead the Wildcats to a win over the Lady Bulldogs on Friday in the CCISD Tournament.

Kalyn Ramber went 2-for-3 with a double and drove in two runs for Clear Creek.

Madison Wadyka had two hits, and Riley Bullen finished with one RBI.

Kelsi Adams got the win in five innings of work, giving up nine hits without an earned run or walk and recording two strikeouts.

Boys soccer

Friendswood 1, Dawson 0

PEARLAND – The Mustangs wrapped up the first half of district play Friday with a perfect record after edging Pearland Dawson.

Derek Wheeler scored the game’s lone goal for Friendswood (13-2-2, 4-0). Zach Wrinkle recorded the shutout in net.

Reported by Stephen Peter

Girls soccer

Clear Springs 4, Clear Creek 1

LEAGUE CITY – The Chargers scored two goals in each half Friday to secure a district win over the Wildcats.

Christina Hidalgo, Michaela Mencacci, Lauren Rutherford and Danielle Patterson each had a goal for Clear Springs.

(1) comment

Keith Gray

Good to see LaMarque field a team again.. good luck guys...

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