Softball Roundup: Harrison drives in 5, strikes out 13 in Katy win over Mayde Creek

By Tyler Tyre, Sports Editor
Posted 3/10/22

The Tigers’ sophomore dominated Mayde Creek in a 15-1 Katy win, striking out 13 and allowing just one hit and zero runs over six innings. She also walked just two batters and went 4-5 at the plate, driving in five while hitting a home run and a double.

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Softball Roundup: Harrison drives in 5, strikes out 13 in Katy win over Mayde Creek

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Cameryn Harrison was everywhere for Katy on Wednesday.

The Tigers’ sophomore dominated Mayde Creek in a 15-1 Katy win, striking out 13 and allowing just one hit and zero runs over six innings. She also walked just two batters and went 4-5 at the plate, driving in five while hitting a home run and a double.

Katy took control early, as Ashtyn Reichardt came around to score on an error. The Tigers adde three more in the top of the third, as Reichardt drove in a run on a groundout and Harrison singled to drive in two runs. Making it 4-0 early in the game.

Erynne Castillo ened the game 2-5 with 3 RBIs and had a triple while Reichardt was 4-5, driving in two while scoring three runs and tallying two doubles and a triple. Lauryn Socken, Montgomery Henderson and Haley Lance all drove in one run a piece in the win.

Abke dominates on mound as Seven Lakes keeps win streak going

Amy Abke struck out 17 while allowing just four hits and one unearned run in an 8-1 Seven Lakes win over Morton Ranch on Tuesday.

Seven Lakes continued their dominant start to District 19-6A play, as they had eight hits on the night, while continuing to keep opponents at bay in the score column.

Dulce Franco got Seven Lakes on the board in the first inning, after walking, Franco stole third base and scored on an error to give the Spartans the lead.

The Spartans broke things open in the fourth inning, when Emma Wingate  doubled to bring home a run, and Ashley Abel followed that up with an 2 RBI double of her own. Abel then came around to score on a Morton Ranch error. Seven Lakes then added two more in the fifth on a Meghan Kelly single.

Morton Ranch got its only run on a passes ball in the sixth inning, as Michelle Meeks came around to score, and Seven Lakes added their eighth and final run in the sixth as well, as Sarah Petree singled to bring home Abke.

Jiselle Lopez took the loss for Morton Ranch, striking out six over six innings while walking five and giving up five earned runs on eight hits.

Tompkins holds off Taylor for win

Ashley Martinec put together a gem of a performance on the mound Wednesday, leading Tompkins over Taylor 4-2, allowing one hit and one run over five innings while striking out four and walking none.

Taylor got things started in the second inning, as Sophie Jenkins hit a solo homer to put the Mustangs up by one.

Tompkins tied things in the bottom of the third, as Morgan Brown doubled to score a run and Blakely Haynie followed that up with a double of her own, as Tompkins scored two to take the lead in the inning.

Kaitlyn Schribner did all the damage in the fourth inning, as she took a pitch and homered to center field, scoring two and giving the Falcons cushion in the game.

Taylor got one back in the sixth, as Katherine Brunner walked to score a run as the bases were loaded, but that was all the damage the Mustangs could muster. Kaelyn Lerma took the loss for the Mustangs, allowing three earned runs on eight hits over eight innings while striking out two and walking none.

Burg shuts out Magnolia West in Cinco win

Krista Burg threw a complete game shutout on Wednseday to lead Cinco Ranch to a 3-0 win over Manolia West.

Burg struck out four over seven innings while allowing just two hits and walking one in the Cougars win.

Faith Piper got the Cougars on the board in the third inning, as she doubled down the right field line to score Burg, who had reached on a bunt single before stealing second base. Shelby Hodge doubled the Cinco lead in the fourth inning, as she homered to right field, making it 2-0 and Hodge put the game away in the sixth, doubling to center to score Gissel Morales, who had doubled to start the inning.

The Cougars finished the game with six hits in total while committing only no errors in the win.

Paetow uses big third inning, pitching to top Waller

Jade Catherwood was strong on the bump all day for Paetow, as the Panthers pitcher helped lead the team to a tight 3-2 win over Waller.

Catherwood allowed just four hits, two runs with only one being earned while striking out two and walking none.

Waller got on the board first in the top of the third on a sacrifice bunt, but Paetow had the response, scoring all three of their runs in the bottom half of the inning.

Mia Galarza got the inning started with a double, before Alicia Brones walked to put runners on first and second. Samantha Guillory followed that up with a single, scoring two runs and Sade Guerra hit a sacrifice fly to left field to score Guillory.

Waller got a run back in the fifth, when Addison Bean hit a ground ball and reached on an error to score a run, but Paetow threw Guerra out to end the inning when she tried to steal second and Waller never got another run.

Jordan can’t keep up with A&M Consolidated

 Jordan didn’t have enough to hand with A&M Consolidated on Wednesday, falling 17-2 in a District 19-6A matchup.

The Warriors surrendered 16 runs on 17 hits, while committing four errors in the loss.

Jordan only mustered two hits on the day, one each from Cady Bowyer and Brooke Hidalgo, but still scored two runs.

Jordan got both of their runs in the first inning, Allie Hakimzadeh walked and Bowyer doubled to put two runners on. Hakimzadeh and Bowyer then both came around to score on a wild pitch. Hidalgo took the loss, allowing 12 earned runs over five innings while striking out one and walking five.

Katy, Seven Lakes, Tompkins, Cinco Ranch, Paetow, softball, Katy ISD

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