Softball Roundup: Harrison throws another no-hitter, Spartans bounce back with win over Mayde Creek

By Tyler Tyre, Sports Editor
Posted 3/28/22

The Katy sophomore threw her second no-hitter of district play, while also having a perfect night at the plate to lead Katy to an 11-0 win over Taylor.

Harrison struck out nine while walking two over five innings, with no runs or hits allowed as the Tigers run ruled the Mustangs.

She also went 3-3 at the plate, hitting a home run and driving in three runs.

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Softball Roundup: Harrison throws another no-hitter, Spartans bounce back with win over Mayde Creek

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Cameryn Harrison can’t be stopped.

The Katy sophomore threw her second no-hitter of district play, while also having a perfect night at the plate to lead Katy to an 11-0 win over Taylor.

Harrison struck out nine while walking two over five innings, with no runs or hits allowed as the Tigers run ruled the Mustangs.

She also went 3-3 at the plate, hitting a home run and driving in three runs.

Katy opened things up in the first inning, as Montgomery Henderson hit a two RBI single to get Katy on the board and Harrison followed that up with a two run home run, making things 4-0.

The Tigers got another run in the second, when Kailey Wyckoff hit an RBI triple. Henderson homered to add on to the lead in the third before Peyton Watson made it 7-0 with an RBI single.

Katy tacked on four more runs in the fourth to secure the win.

Kaelyn Lerma took the loss for Taylor, surrendering 11 earned runs on 14 hits while striking out two and walking none.

Spartans bounce back with win over Mayde Creek

Ashley Abel wanted to make sure Seven Lakes didn’t lose two games in a row and came out on a mission against Mayde Creek, going 3-4 at the plate with 4 RBIs and a home run to lead the Spartans past the Rams in a 9-1 win.

Amy Abke bounced back on the mound, throwing a complete game one hitter and allowing no earned runs while striking out 14 and walking none.

Mayde Creek was the ones that took the lead early, as two runners reached on errors and Madyson Rodgriguez scored on an Alyssa Gonzalez sacrifice ground out. In the top of the first inning.

Seven Lakes started slow but finally got into their groove in the third inning. Haley Welch reached to start the inning and after a sacrifice bunt, Makinzie Stutts hit an RBI double. Dulce Franco followed that up with a single, setting up a three run home run from Abel that gave Seven Lakes a lead they would never relinquish.

The Spartans started to pull away in the fifth inning. Stutts reached on an error and scored on an Abel RBI single before Meghan Kelly doubled to put two runners in scoring position. The Spartans took advantage with Emma Wingate driving in one on a single and Saur driving in another the same way, making it 7-1. Seven Lakes capped things off in the bottom of the sixth, one runner reached base and Franco hit a two run homer to seal things.

Alyssa Gonzalez took the loss for Mayde Creek, going six innings and allowing six earned runs on 13 hits while striking out four and walking none.

Cougars down Morton Ranch

Cinco Ranch rolled to an easy 10-1 win over Morton Ranch with a dominant outing from Krista Burg on the mound.

Burg allowed four hits and one run over seven innings while striking out eight to get the win.

The Cougars first struck in the second inning, as two runs came around to score on an error to give Cinco the lead.

Cinco then started to pull away in the fifth, Faith Piper singled to start the inning and Amanda Croteau hit a home run drive in two and make things 4-0. Gissel Morales then followed that up with a solo home run to increase Cinco’s lead.

Morton Ranch got one run back in the bottom of the sixth, with a solo home run, before Cinco scored three more runs in the top of the seventh to seal things.

Paetow blanks Jordan for huge win.

Jade Catherood was in her bag against Jordan, as the Paetow pitcher pitched seven shutout innings of two hit ball while striking out eight and walking one to lead the Panthers to a 9-0 win.

Paetow jumped ahead in the top of the first, as Sade Guerra hit a sacrifice fly before Catherwood came up and hit a two run double to help herself and make it 3-0.

Peyton Luna then hit an RBI single in the top of the third and Makaylnn Peterson hit a sacrifice bunt to increase the Paetow lead again. Guerra then made it 6-0 in the in the fourth with a sacrifice fly of her own.

The Panthers capped things off in the top of the seventh, as Alexis Rodriguez hit an RBI single  before Samantha Guillory came to the plate and hit a two run double, sealing the Paetow win.

Katy, Cinco Ranch, Katy ISD, sports, softball, Cameryn Harrison

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