Softball Roundup: Cinco Ranch shuts out Seven Lakes, Katy dominates Morton Ranch, Tompkins run rules Mayde Creek

By Tyler Tyre, Sports Editor
Posted 4/1/22

Burg then helped herself at the plate as well, as the pitcher went 1-4 with three RBIs while Amanda Croteau went 2-4 with five RBIs.

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Softball Roundup: Cinco Ranch shuts out Seven Lakes, Katy dominates Morton Ranch, Tompkins run rules Mayde Creek

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Seven Lakes fell out of a tie for first place in District 19-6A with a 9-0 loss to Cinco Ranch.

Krista Burg was a main reason for the Cougars success, as she pitched a complete game, allowing just two hits and striking out seven while walking one to earn the shutout win.

Burg then helped herself at the plate as well, as the pitcher went 1-4 with three RBIs while Amanda Croteau went 2-4 with five RBIs.

Seven Lakes held Cinco off until the bottom of the fourth. The Cougars got two runners on to start the inning and Chela Kovar hit a double to score one run.

After a three up-three down top of the fifth Cinco got a run on a fielders choice before Croteau hit a home run to drive in three runs and make it 5-0 Cinco. The Cougars poured it on in the sixth, as Burg doubled to drive in two and Croteau followed that up with another home run, this one a two run shot. The Spartans try as they might, were unable to muster anything to put up a fight after that.

Amy Abke took the loss, allowing five earned runs on nine hits while striking out 10 and walking none.

Katy dominates Morton Ranch

Katy got eight runs in both the first and second inning as Cameryn Harrison threw a no hitter over three innings in a 16-0 win over Morton Ranch.

Harrison earned the win by striking out ten and walking none over the three innings in the shutout.                 

It didn’t take Katy long to get on the board, as Kailey Wyckoff led off with a single and was brought home by Erynne Castillo, who hit an RBI double to start the scoring. Ashtyn Reichardt doubled after that to drive in another run before Harrison hit an RBI single. Katy got another run on a single from Lauryn Soeken and Avery Porter and Castillo both followed with RBI singles of their own as Katy held an 8-0 lead heading into the second.  

Hailey Gore got things started in the second with a sacrifice fly and Porter followed that up with an RBI single. Wyckoff doubled to drive that run in before Reichardt hit an RBI double. Harrison capped things off with a three-run home run to make things 16-0 and secure the run rule win.

Tompkins run rules Mayde Creek

Morgan Brown had four RBIs and Ashley Martinec gave up just one run over five innings as Tompkins came out 15-1 winners over Mayde Creek.

Martinec threw a complete game, allowing just three hits while striking out four over her five innings

Tompkins got six runs in the top of the first to kick things off. Tauryn Alexander hit an RBI single before Brown followed that up with a one run single of her own. Blakely Haynie hit a single to follow that up before Tayden Alexander hit a sacrifice grounder, Kaitlyn Scribner hit an RBI single and McKenna Wisniewski capped the inning off with a sacrifice grounder.

Brown made things 8-0 with a single to center field, scoring two, before Tayden Alexander hit a sacrifice grounder in the top of the second. Martinec made it 11-0 in the third with a two RBI double.

Tompkins stretched things to a 15-0 lead in the top of the fifth, as Alexander hit a two RBI double and Brown doubled before Alexander hit an RBI single. Mayde Creek got one run back on a Debanhi Carrizales to keep things from being a shutout but couldn’t keep the game from being a run rule.

Paetow walk off winners again

Paetow earned a walk off win over Bryan Rudder 2-1.

Shy’Lynn Brown threw seven innings allowing no earned runs and striking out six to earn the win.

Rudder took the lead in the second, scoring on an error.

Paetow struggled to gets the bats going all day but was finally able to in the bottom of the sixth. Sade Guerra walked and Jade Catherwood followed that with a walk of her own. Alexis Rodriguez then followed with a single to right field that tied things. Rudder got one hit in the top of the seventh but was unable to score, setting up the walk off.

Alicia Briones walked to start the bottom of the seventh and Samantha Guillory doubled to put her in scoring position. Mia Galarza bunted and reached on an error as Briones scored to win the game.

Jordan handed loss by Magnolia West

Jordan couldn’t do enough to hang around in a 10-0 loss.

Magnolia West took the lead in the second inning, but Jordan hung in their until the fourth, keeping it a one run game. But Magnolia West finally started to pull away in the fourth, with a five run inning.

Things remained that way until the seventh, when Magnolia West scored four more runs to seal things.

Jordan had four hits on the day, while also committing four errors. Allie Hakimzadeh led the Warriors with four hits while Cady Bowyer and Megan Anton collected the other two hits for the team.

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