Softball Roundup: Katy gets revenge on Seven Lakes, Tompkins holds off Cinco in extra innings

By Tyler Tyre, Sports Editor
Posted 4/3/22

Katy got revenge against the only team that has beat them in district this season, winning 6-0 against Seven Lakes to stay in a tie for first place in district with Tompkins.

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Softball Roundup: Katy gets revenge on Seven Lakes, Tompkins holds off Cinco in extra innings

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Katy got revenge against the only team that has beat them in district this season, winning 6-0 against Seven Lakes to stay in a tie for first place in district with Tompkins.

Cameryn Harrison was again on top of her game for Katy, as the sophomore pitched 5.2 no hit innings, striking out 11 and walking two to lead the way for Katy.

 Katy got on the board in the second inning, as Harrison doubled and Lauryn Soeken singled to drive in a run.

The Tigers then started to open things up in the third. Kailey Wyckoff singled to start the inning before Erynne Castillo singled to drive her in. Ashtyn Reichardt followed that up with an RBI double before Montgomery Henderson drove in a run on a single to make things 4-0. Katy put things away in the fifth inning, when Harrison hit a solo home run to give the Tigers more than enough cushion the rest of the way.

Dulce Franco came away with the Spartans only hit of the game to keep things from being a no-hitter. Amy Abke took the loss for Seven Lakes, going six innings and giving up six earned runs on nine hits while striking out seven and walking one.

Tompkins holds off Cinco in extras, stays tied for first

Tompkins had to hold off a surge from Cinco Ranch, but was able to overcome an extra inning game to win 10-8 and stay tied for the lead in district play.

It was a complete game effort for Samantha Crumrin to get the win, as she had to overcome a strong Cougar offnse. She pitched eight innings and allowed six earned runs on 15 hits while striking out one and walking one.

Tompkins looked to take control of the game early, as the first two runners of the game reached base and Blakely Haynie hit a single to drive in one. Before Samantha Crumrin and Tayden Alexander both drove in runs on singles. The Falcons then got two more in the second inning Meagan Brown and Morgan Brown both doubling to drive in runs and make things 5-0.

But Cinco answered back, Mariah Hinojosa and Krista Burg both drove in runs in the bottom of the inning to tirm the Falcons lead to two.

Tompkins came back with a solo home by Morgan Brown and a RBI double from Samantha Crumrin in the bottom fourth, but Cinco again got back into it as two runners reached base in the bottom of the fifth before Shelby Hodge hit a three run home run.

The Cougars took that momentum into the bottom of the sixth, and after a runner reached to stat the inning, Burg hit a sacrifice fly to trim the lead to one before Gissel Morales tied things on an RBI double and Chela Kovar gave Cinco an 8-7 lead on an RBI single.

Tompkins came back to tie things in the bottom of the seventh, as Tayden Alexander hit an RBI double, and the Falcons regained the lead for good in the eighth when Tauryn Alexander hit an RBI double and Tayden Alexander hit a sacrifice grounder.

Burg took the loss for Cinco, going 1.1 innings and allowing two earned runs on five hits while striking out two and walking none.

Taylor blows out Morton Ranch

Taylor rolled past Morton Ranch with a huge offensive day, collecting 14 hits as a team in an onslaught. Keala Lerma earned the victory for the Mustangs, going five innings and allowing one earned run on two hits while striking out six and walking one.

It didn’t take long for Taylor to go ahead, as Lerma led off the game with a single before being brought around to score on a Bethany Fan single. Sophie Jenkins then hit a two RBI double and Izzy Allen followed that up with an RBI single. Jenkins and Katelyn Sinsler then two more RBIs in the second on singles in the second inning.

Morton Ranch got two runs back in the fourth, with Lee Avila and Madison Burciaga getting RBIs, but Taylor answered back. Jenkins hit an RBI single and Katelyn Winsler followed that up with a sacrifice grounder. Nicole Gallegos then pulled one back for Morton Ranch on a sacrifice bunt in the fifth.

But Taylor was ready to put things to bed in the bottom of the fifth. Lerma drove in a run on a single before another came around to score on an error. Taylor then added an 11th run another run reached on an error. The Mustangs then capped it off with a two RBI singles from Taylor Gray and Lerma in the bottom of the sixth to end things.

Jiselle Lopez took the loss for Morton Ranch, allowing seven earned runs over 5.2 innings on 14 hits while striking our four and walking two.

Jordan falls to Magnolia

Jordan fell behind early and couldn’t keep up against Magnolia in a 1-0 loss.

Magnolia scored in each of the first five innings to take a big lead and run rule the Warriors.

B Hidalgo took the loss for Jordan, allowing eight earned runs on 10 hits while striking out three and walking six. Allie Hakimzadeh ,Megan Anton and Jada Johnson all got hits for Jordan to keep things from being a no-hitter.

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