S. HILL 6, BULLARD 1: Easton Ballard dominated on the hill, Marshall Lipsey drove in a few runs with four hits and the Spring Hill Panthers took a 6-1 win over Bullard.
Ballard struck out nine scoreless, allowing no earned runs on five hits. Lipsey doubled twice and a single twice, and Jax Stovall added two hits and an RBI for Spring Hill. Ben Puckett and Ballard also made runs.
HALLSVILLE 11, P. TREE 1: HALLSVILLE — Landon Bowden struck out seven, walked three and allowed one run on two hits in five good innings as the Hallsville Bobcats cruised to an 11-1 win over the Pine Tree Pirates.
Blake Cox worked an inning on the mound for Hallsville, striking out two and walking one.
At plate, Ashton Garza doubled, singled and drove in two runs and Sawyer Dunagan added two hits and two RBIs. Bowden helped his own cause with two hits and an RBI. Matt Houston led in two runs and Garrett Smith contributed with an RBI.
Cruz Cox, Caden Donley and Connor Carrell had Pine Tree’s only hits, all as singles. Cox struck out four, walked two and gave up one earned run in three innings. Jacob Hall was scored for five earned runs in two frames and took the loss.
KILGORE 18, C. HILL 0: NEW CHAPEL HILL — Kilgore had 11 hits in just three innings, and Heath Lafleur and Tanner Beets combined on a perfect three-inning game in an 18-0 win over Chapel Hill.
Lafleur struck out two batters in two innings and Beets hit all three batters he faced.
At home plate, Colby Wilkerson doubled, singled and drove in four runs. Chris Ervin tripled and made two runs. Cason Cox, Thomas Hattaway and Jason Silvey all doubled. Tate Truman had two hits and two RBIs. Silvey made a few runs and Ryan Beddingfield, Hattaway, Cox, Lafleur and Matthew Conner all contributed RBI.
GILMER 3, PARIS 0: GILMER — Aaron Stanley was dominant for six innings on the mound for Gilmer, striking out 16 with four walks, and the Buckeyes shut out Paris, 3-0.
Bodie Henson stoked two in his only innings of work. Aron Bell doubled for Gilmer. Brayden Pate had two hits and Dillon Henson and Travis Collie had runs.
N.LAMAR 5, PITTSBURG 2: PARIS – Jackson Brasseaux doubled, singled and drove in three runs, and Jaxon Spangler stoked 10 while giving up two earned runs to lead North Lamar past Pittsburg, 5-2.
Christian Bates and Landon Graham both doubled in the Pittsburgh loss. Bates led me to run. Ty Price struck out five, walked two and allowed two earned runs in two innings to take the pitching loss.
W. OAK 11, GLADEWATER 1: GLADEWATER – Dylan Creager had three runs with a few hits, and the White Oak Roughnecks took an 11-1 win over Gladewater.
Breyden White and Alex Scott added two hits and an RBI each, and Landon Anderson, Gavin Bzdil and Colton Millwood all contributed RBIs. Tyler Puckett struck out three with two walks and no earned runs allowed in four innings. Anderson stoked three with no walks or runs allowed in two frames.
N. DIANA 16, DAINGERFIELD 0: New Diana busted for 15 runs in the fourth and fifth innings to move past Daingerfield, 16-0.
Elliott Foreman, Peyton Brewer and Hayden Thomas all doubled for New Diana. Foreman had two hits and three RBIs, John Lutrell two hits and two RBIs, Thomas two RBIs, and Braylon Franklin, Ethan Adkisson, Jacob Newland, Brewer, Cohle Sherman and Austin Kerns one RBI each. Lutrell struck out eight, walked one and allowed just one hit in five innings.
SABINE 6, H. SPRINGS 3: LIBERTY CITY — Payton McBride had a single, double and two RBIs, Zach Donovan added two hits and an RBI and Sabine notched a 6-3 victory over Hughes Springs.
Alex Galyean added two hits and Jace Burns doubled and threw a run for Sabine. Burns struck out seven with three walks in six innings. McBride worked an aimless frame up the hill.
Pat Boyd homered and drove in two runs to lead the way for Hughes Springs. Trapper Golden and EJ Searcy doubled up, and Quinton Singletary started a run.
TATUM 5, E. FIELDS 1: TATUM — Cayden Tatum’s home run inside the park highlighted a six-run four-run as Tatum’s Eagles cruised to a 5-1 victory over Elysian Fields.
Tatum also doubled for the Eagles, finishing with three RBIs. Camron Redwine had a brace and an RBI. Landen Tovar struck out eight without walks or earned runs in a complete game on the hill.
Elysian Fields had five hits, singles from David Hutson, Jase Alaniz, Judson Illingworth, Brody Parker and Lannon Collum.
HARMONY 12, QUITMAN 4: HARMONY – Brayden Phillips, Cooper Wadding and Tucker Tittle all led in twos for Harmony, and the Eagles picked up a 12-4 victory over Quitman.
Braxton Baker had a double, two singles and an RBI, and Riley Patterson and Phillips finished with two hits apiece. Spencer Wall and Boston Seahorn also added RBI. Will Young and Wadding pitched for the Eagles. Young struck out three on no walk or run allowed on two hits in 3.2 innings. Wadding struck out three and walked four in three frames.
BECKVILLE 8, HAWKINS 1: HAWKINS – Lance White held Hawkins to a run on four hits, and Aiden Brantley, Colby Davidson, Tyler Bryan, Daxton Etheredge, Brady Davis and Matt Barr all drove runs for Beckville as the Bearcats picked up an 8 win -1.
Brantley and Etheredge doubled for Beckville. Brantley, Davidson and Barr all had two hits. Lance White struck out three and walked five.
U. HILL 11, N. SUMMERFIELD 1: BETTIE – Daniel Dunn had a single and drove in two runs, Logan Dunn had two hits and scored three times and the Union Hill Bulldogs outscored New Summerfield, 11-1.
Cayden Elledge and Matthew Massingill also drove points for Union Hill. Massingill fanned five scoreless walks and one hit allowed in two innings.
OVILLA 20, ST. MARY 0: Ovilla Christian had big numbers in the first three sets en route to a 20-0 win over St. Mary’s.
Evan Hodge broke a no-hitter combined with a triple in the fourth inning for St. Mary’s. John Brogan suffered pitcher defeat, striking out a few. Hodge worked two relief innings, also striking out two.