Softball Roundup: Katy bounces back, Abke strong again, Cinco Ranch tops Mayde Creek

By Tyler Tyre, Sports Editor
Posted 3/5/22

Cameryn Harrison pitched a complete game shutout in the victory, leading the Tigers past the Falcons by striking out 16 batters over seven innings, while allowing just six hits and walking none.

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Softball Roundup: Katy bounces back, Abke strong again, Cinco Ranch tops Mayde Creek

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Katy bounces back with win over Tompkins

Katy bounced back after losing their first district game in eight years by shutting out Tompkins in a 3-0 win for the Tigers.

Cameryn Harrison pitched a complete game shutout in the victory, leading the Tigers past the Falcons by striking out 16 batters over seven innings, while allowing just six hits and walking none.

Ashtyn Reichardt finished the night 3-3 with an RBI and a run to lead the way offensively.

Katy scored all three of their runs in the bottom of the first. After Harrison struck out the side to start the game, the Tigers got a hit by pitch by Kailey Wychoff and Erynne Castillo followed that up with a double. From there, Reichardt singled to score Wyckoff and M. Henderson singled to score Castillo. L. Soeken added another single later in the inning, scoring Reichardt and giving Harrison all the cushion she would need on the night.

Ashley Martinec took the loss, allowing three runs over six innings on seven hits, while striking out one.

Seven Lakes stays perfect in district with huge win over Taylor

Amy Abke nearly recreated her performance on Tuesday, striking out 11 and walking one while allowing no runs over five innings on Friday in a 12-3 Seven Lakes win over Taylor.

Abke has now struck out 22 over her last two games in a dominant stretch for the junior pitcher.

The Spartans scored in each of the first five innings to run away with things before Taylor scored three over the fifth and sixth innings.

Kamryn Wallman, Makinzie Stutts, Dulce Franco and Emily Johnson all ended up with two RBIs on the night while Abke drew four walks at the plate and scored four runs while also hitting a home run and Haley Welch scored three runs.

Kaelyn Lerma, Sophie Jenkins and Katelyn Wentzler had the 3 RBIs for Taylor, while Lerma took the loss, allowing six earned runs on nine hits and four walks, while striking out two.

Cinco Ranch outlasts Mayde Creek

Krista Burg threw a complete game, allowing just one run to lift Cinco Ranch over Mayde Creek.

Burg struck out seven in the game while allowing just five hits and walking none to earn the victory.

Cinco got off to a hot start, in the bottom of the first, Mariah Hinojosa singled and with two outs, Amanda Croteau hit a home run to center field, putting the Cougars up by two runs.

Things remained a two run game until the sixth, when the Rams got a double to start the inning and a wild pitch allowed the run to score, making things 2-1.

Cinco though, had the answer. In the bottom of the inning, Croteau hit her second home run of the game, making things 3-1 and securing the win for the Cougars.

Croteau ended the night 2-3 with two home runs and all three of Cinco Ranch’s RBIs

Paetow loses heartbreaker to Magnolia

Magnolia earned a walk-off win over Paetow, coming up 4-3 winner against the Panthers.

Jade Catherwood took the loss for Paetow, giving up four runs on eight hits over 6.1 innings while striking out seven and walking three.

Paetow took the lead in the first innig as Samantha Guillory hit a double to drive in a run, but Magnolia answered with a run of its own in the bottom half. Paetow scored two more in the fourth inning, as Peyton Luna hit a signle to bring in two runs.

Magnolia trimmed the lead to one in the bottom of the sixth, before getting two runs in the bottom of the seventh to win the game.

Jordan blown out by Waller

Jordan fell 13-0 to Waller in a District 19-5A game, earning just one hit in the contest.

Brooke Hidalgo took the loss in the game, allowing eight earned runs on nine hits over four innings, striking out none and walking five.

Madeline Williams earned the Warriors only hit in the game, getting a single.

Seven Lakes, Katy, Paetow, softball, sports, high school

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