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Frenship
59
Burges
Final 7
Odessa
45
Monterey
Final 7
Weatherford
50
Coronado
Final 38

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Canyon Randall
21
Plainview
Final 0
Sweetwater
66
Lubbock High
Final 35
Cooper
43
Idalou
Final 22

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Midland Greenwood
49
Seminole
Final 36
Estacado
37
Hereford
Final 36
Roosevelt
45
Lamesa
Final 32
Muleshoe
48
Levelland
Final 46
Littlefield
28
Snyder
Final 0

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49
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Final 42
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33
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Final17
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33
Slaton
Final 6
Abernathy
24
Post
Final 21

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New Deal
55
Dimmitt
Final 14
Smyer
35
Hale Center
Final 28
Friona
23
Olton
Final 13
Crosbyton
34
Tahoka
Final 7
Springlake-Earth
13
Morton
Final 12
Sudan
19
Ralls
Final 13
Lockney
40
Lubbock Christian
Final 22
Bovina
40
Plains
Final 0
Seagraves
53
Jal
Final 0
Sundown
48
Calvary Christian
Final 18

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Jayton
Ropes
10 a.m. Sat.
Lorenzo
Wellman-Union
7:30 p.m.
Spur
58
Anton
Final 13
Meadow
46
Santa Anna
Final 14
New Home
64
Amherst
Final 14
Whiteface
69
Christ the King
Final 22
Borden County
78
Knox City
Final 45
Klondike
88
Dawson
Final 43
O'Donnell
77
Southland
Final 49
Petersburg
Follett
Sat. 4 p.m.

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Trinity Christian
New Mexico Military
Canceled
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Church's arm, Hahn's bat lead Cooper in rout of Wylie

Softball

Posted: February 24, 2013 - 12:01am  |  Updated: February 24, 2013 - 1:48am
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WOODROW — Scotland Church threw a run rule-shortened one-hitter and Tanner Hahn homered and drove in three runs as Cooper ripped Abilene Wylie 10-0 Saturday to finish undefeated in its Suddenlink Tournament.

The Pirates beat Big Spring 10-5 in their first game Saturday, getting three-hit games from Chandler Patterson and Church and a 2-for-3, two-RBI performance from Ryan Moseley.

The Pirates went 5-0, finishing with the best record in the eight-team tournament, which was a non-bracketed format with pre-scheduled games.

In the win over Big Spring, Cooper starter Sterling George worked five innings, allowing a run on one hit and striking out eight.

The Pirates stopped Abilene Wylie in five innings on the 10-run rule. Chase Freeman, Hahn and Patterson had two hits apiece, Freeman scoring three runs and Patterson driving in one.

Wylie’s John Lauve, the third batter of the game, got the only hit off Church, who walked one and struck out six.

SUDDENLINK TOURNAMENT

at Woodrow

COOPER 10, BIG SPRING 5

Big Spring 000 014 0 — 5 6 2

Cooper 214 300 x — 10 13 3

Rodriguez, Morelion (4) and Worthan; George, Odom (6), Hayward (6), Doucette (7) and Goolsby. W—George (1-1). L—Rodriguez. 2B—Big Spring, Pappajohn; Cooper, Patterson. 3B—Cooper, Church, Moseley.

COOPER 10, ABILENE WYLIE 0

Abi. Wylie 000 00 — 0 1 1

Cooper 412 12 — 10 10 0

Game ended by 10-run rule.

Rampy, Mueller (4), Bounds (5) and Linn; Church and Keane. W—Church (1-0). L—Rampy. 2B—Cooper, Patterson, Hayward. 3B—Cooper, Freeman, Moseley. HR—Cooper, Tanner Hahn (1). Record: Cooper 5-1.

LCHS 12

Brownfield 2

Tate Ellison gave up two hits over four innings and Lubbock Christian High finished the Shallowater Tournament unbeaten with a run-rule victory against Brownfield.

The Eagles (5-0) went 4-0 for the weekend, the best record in the nine-team, non-bracketed tournament.

Ellison (2-0) struck out seven and allowed two runs, one unearned.

LCHS leadoff hitter Jacob McDougal went 2 for 2 with three stolen bases and an RBI.

SHALLOWATER TOURNAMENT

LCHS 12, BROWNFIELD 2

Brownfield 020 00 — 2 2 8

LCHS 423 3x — 12 8 3

Game ended by 10-run rule.

Vasquez and Morin; Ellison, Davis (5) and Lopez, Sutterfield (4). W—Ellison (2-0). L—Vasquez (0-1). 2B—LCHS, Stephenson. Records: LCHS 5-0.

Shallowater

SHALLOWATER — Caprock used a three-run third inning to take control and hand Shallowater its first loss of the season in pool play of the Shallowater Tournament on Saturday.

Keifer Schelhase allowed six runs on seven this and a walk with three strikeouts in seven innings for the Mustangs (2-1-1).

Schellhase and Phillip Martinez had two of Shallowater’s three hits, both doubles.

Earlier in the day, Cody Berryman scattered three runs on eight hits over seven innings, and Shallowater topled Muleshoe 8-3.

Berryman also had one of the Mustangs’ five doubles. Tyler Sturdivant had two doubles to lead the Mustangs; 10-hit attack.

SHALLOWATER TOURNAMENT

Saturday’s Games

Game 1

CAPROCK 6, SHALLOWATER 2

Caprock 103 020 0 — 6 7 1

Shallowater 100 000 1 — 2 3 4

Diaz, Rios (7) and Contreras; Schellhase and Rhodes. W—Diaz. L—Schellhase (0-1). 2B – Sanchez; Shallowater, Martinez, Schellhase. Record: Shallowater 2-1-1

Game 2

SHALLOWATER 10, MULESHOE 3

Muleshoe 000 101 1 — 3 8 4

Shallowater 331 120 x — 10 10 0

Claruson and Lozano; Berryman and Nelson. W – Berryman (1-0). L – Claruson. 2B – Muleshoe, Berrera; Shallowater, Conner Smith, Tyler Sturdivant 2, Berryman, Rhodes.

Friday’s Games

Game 1

SHALLOWATER 1, PRESIDIO 1

Presidio 001 000 000 — 1 3 0

Shallowater 000 100 000 — 1 6 3

Bustamante and Amencio; Sturdivant and Nelson. 2B – Presidio, Armendariz;

Game 2

SHALLOWATER 17, DENVER CITY 0

Denver City 000 00 — 0 2 3

Shallowater 566 0x — 17 10 0

Sherman, Burris (2) and Dyck; Smith and Rhodes. W – Smith. 2B – Shallowater, Martinez, Sturdivant. 3B – Shallowater, Cody Berryman, Smith. HR – Berryman.

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SATURDAY’S AREA LINESCORES

Game 1

CHILDRESS 3, LITTLEFIELD 1

Littlefield 000 01 — 3 4 0

Childress 021 0x — 1 4 2

Ry. Rogers, Re. Rogers (4) and Parker; Martin and Fonseca. W—Martin. L—Ry. Rogers. 2B—Childress, Miller, Fuentes.

Game 2

CHILDRESS 7, LITTLEFIELD 3

Littlefield 001 02 — 3 4 1

Childress 400 3x — 7 8 1

Gage, Long (3), Jones (4) and Brock; Arcivar, Fuentes (5) and Fonseca. W—Arcivar. L—Gage. 2B—Childress, Martin, Fonseca, Arcivar. HR—Littlefield, Re. Rogers. Record: Childress 1-2.

SOCORRO ISD TOURNAMENT

at El Paso

PLAINVIEW 3, ODESSA PERMIAN 0

Permian 000 001 — 0 1 0

Plainview 011 100 — 3 6 0

Flores, Armendariz (5) and Autrey; Bass and Wood. W — Bass. L — Flores. 2B — Plainview, Perez, Vera. HR — Plainview, Bass.

PLAINVIEW 9

LAS CRUCES MAYFIELD 4

Plainview 032 22 — 9 15 1

LC Mayfield 210 10 — 4 8 1

Soliz, Lane (3), Hernandez (3), Vera (5) and Wood. Phillips, Keeler (5) and Manzanales. W — Hernandez (1-0). L — Phillips (1-1). 2B — Plainview, Licerio 2, Jor. Vera, Jos Vera, Hernandez, Silvas; LC Mayfield, Meza, Castillo.

Softball

Coronado

ROUND ROCK — Monique Garcia, Taegan Kirk and Kaitlynn Dawson collected two hits apiece and Coronado edged Lorena 3-2 in the championship game of the Round Rock ISD Tournament.

Garcia struck out nine and walked two to improve to 7-0 for the Lady Mustangs (11-0).

ROUND ROCK ISD TOURNAMENT

Championship

CORONADO 3, LORENA 2

Lorena 200 000 0 — 2 5 3

Coronado 100 020 x — 3 8 1

Donaldson and Bell; Garcia and Kirk. W—Garcia (7-0). L—Donaldson. 2B—Lorena, Donaldson; Coronado, Dawson.

Record: Coronado 11-0.

Friday’s Late Result

CORONADO 4

ROUND ROCK STONEY POINT 3

Coronado 001 030 0 — 4 5 5

Round Rock 003 000 0 — 3 4 2

Ryan and Kirk; Kirk and Ard. W—Ryan. L—Kirk. 2B—Coronado, Holland. Record: Coronado 11-0.

Frenship

WACO — Sam Clark held Arlington Bowie to just three runs as the Frenship softball team earned a split at the Waco Midway Tournament on Saturday.

The Tigers topped Arlington Bowie 7-3 as K’leigh Arredondo went 3 for 4 with an RBI and Adrianna Chavez had a pair of hits and two RBIs.

In the second game, Little Cypress-Mauriceville held Frenship to a pair of runs in a 11-2 loss.

Rubi Moreno suffered the loss for the Tigers (8-4).

WACO MIDWAY TOURNAMENT

at Waco Midway HS

FRENSHIP 7, ARLINGTON BOWIE 3

Frenship 140 002 — 7

Arl. Bowie 010 011 — 3

Clark and McKee; Bowie pitcher and catcher. W—Clark. L— . 2B—Frenship, Arredondo 2, Fischer 2.

LITTLE CYPRESS-MAURICEVILLE 11

FRENSHIP 2

Frenship 000 02 — 2

LC-Mauriceville 100 19 — 11

Moreno, Clark (5) and McKee; . Records: Frenship 8-4.

Golf

MIDLAND — Jack Vanderburg and Josh Montoya tied for sixth place individually and led Frenship to a second-place finish overall Saturday at the Ratcliff/Dunn Tall City Invitational golf tournament.

Vanderburg put a final-round 79 behind a first-day 71 to finish at 150. Montoya backed up a 74 with a 76.

Monterey finished eighth. Sam Aycock led the Plainsmen with a 79-73—152 scorecard. Tanner Fischer, who signed with Midland College on Thursday, finished a stroke behind Aycock with rounds of 77 and 76.

Lubbock High, led by Tanner Pope and Zephyr Melton’s 157s, was 10th.

RATCLIFF/DUNN TALL CITY INVITATIONAL

Saturday, Midland

Final

Round 1: Green Tree County Club

Round 2: Hogan Park Golf Course

BOYS

DIVISION I

Team totals: 1. Odessa Permian Black, 301-306—607; 2. Frenship, 302-306—608; 3. El Paso Coronado, 308-303—611 (awarded third on better No. 5 player’s score); 4. Midland, 293-318—611; 5. Abilene Cooper, 313-306—619; 6. Tascosa 319-303—622; 7. Midland Lee, 312-323—635; 8. (tie) Monterey, 320—318—638; El Paso Eastwood, 320-318—638. 10. Lubbock High, 316-328—644; 11. Midland Trinity, 315-330—645; 12. Odessa Permian White, 314-348—662.

Medalist: 1. Tanner Gore, El Paso Coronado, 72-72—144 (won on second playoff hole with birdie); 2. Cory Churchman, Abilene Cooper, 72-72—144; 3. Zarek Crowder, 72-74—146; 4. (tie) Parker Beaty, Permian Black, 71-77—148; Alex Krol, Midland Lee, 77-71—148; 6. (tie) Trace Morrow, Midland Trinity, 76-74—150; Austin Almond, Permian, 74-76—150; Jack Vanderburg, Frenship, 71-79—150; Josh Montoya, Frenship, 74-76—150; Derick Keltine, Tascosa, 75-75—150.

Other Frenship individuals: Hunter Rawls, 75-85—160; Hunter Hall, 82-76—158; Abrian Gonzales 84-75—159.

Monterey: Tanner Fischer, 77-76—153; Sam Aycock, 79-73—152; Braxton Graham, 85-83—168; Sam Mohler, 85-86—171; Grant Underwood, 79-86—165.

Lubbock High: Manning Pope, 79-78—157; Zephyr Melton, 78-79—157; Colton Heinrich, 77-84—161; Brice Sechrist, 82-87—169; Stefan Wood, 90-91—181.

———

DIVISION II

Team totals: 1. El Paso Franklin, 333-332—665; 2. Midland II, 336-330—666; 3. San Angelo Central, 328-339—667; 4. Coronado, 325-354—679; 5. (tie) Midland Lee II, 327-342—669; Midland Christian, 330-339—669; 7. Abilene, 356-358—714; 8. Odessa, 349-368—717; 9. Caprock, 372-395—767; 10. Odessa II, 395-403—798.

Coronado: Nicholas Wierzba, 80-89—169; Judd Tilson, 82-88—170; Kolten Walsh, 85-91—176; Stephen Pouria, 81-86—167; Colton Kemp, 82-92—174.

Soccer

Taya Gomm scored the game-winning goal in penalty kicks, lifting Frenship past Lubbock High on Friday. The match was tied 1-1 after regulation with the Tigers’ goal coming from Kaitlyn Judge.

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