Weatherford Democrat

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April 25, 2013

All area districts represented as UIL state playoffs begin

— By GREG WEBB

The close of the 2013 prep softball district season has again met with pre-season expectations — at the very least. Of the six area high school varsity softball teams, four will enter postseason, and three of those have already captured district kudos.

The Aledo Ladycats clinched their District 7-4A championship a few games back, rolling into the Class 4A brackets with a 3-game cushion over Fort Worth’s Western  Hills and Granbury, who played a seed match to determine the No. 2 slot.

Weatherford’s Lady Roos and the Lady Eagles of Brock wrapped up a share of the District 3-5A and District 9-2A titles, respectively, and both own top seeds.

WHS earned its bracket slot with a 7-6 win over Arlington Martin, Friday. Brock secured the winner’s seeding, and a first-round bye, with a 5-0 win over Ponder, on Monday.

The Springtown Lady Porcupines’ post-district game was a bit more crucial, as Pojo had to win to be included in the postseason competition. Springtown manhandled Castleberry, 9-1, to capture the remaining playoff spot from District 6-3A.

Bi-district must be completed by Tuesday for the winners to be certified for the area round. Weatherford, Aledo and Springtown are getting a jump on the UIL deadline and will compete starting Friday.

 

Class 5A, Region I Bi-district

Weatherford vs. Justin Northwest

Friday, 7 p.m. (1-game playoff)

Workman Park (Field 1), Arlington

 

Class 4A, Region I Bi-district

Aledo vs. Waco University

Best-of-three series

Game 1: Friday, 7 p.m., at Aledo

Game 2: Saturday, 3 p.m. at Waco ISD

Game 3 (if needed): 30 minutes after G2

 

Class 3A, Region I, Bi-district

Springtown vs. Iowa Park

Friday, 7 p.m., (1-game playoff)

Mineral Wells - Lady Rams Field

 

Class 2A, Region II, Bi-district

Brock - Bye

 

 

 

Final District Standings

     Team                   W      L   Win%

District 3-5A

 *Weatherford          13     1   .929

Arlington Martin       13     1   .929     

 Arlington Bowie       9      5   .643

 North Crowley          8      6   .571

Arlington Lamar        5      9   .357

FW Paschal               5      9   .357

Arlington High           3     11   .214

Arlington Houston     0     14   .000

 

District 7-4A

Aledo                          14      0 1.000

**FW Western Hills  11      3   .786

Granbury                     11      3   .786

***FW Arl. Heights       6       8   .429

FW South Hills              6       8   .429

FW Trimble Tech          6       8   .429

FW O.D. Wyatt               2      12   .143

FW Southwest               0      14   .000

 

District 6-3A

Kennedale            10       0 1.000

Mineral Wells         8        2   .800

***Springtown        5        5   .500

Castleberry              5        5   .500

Diamond Hill           2        8   .200

Lake Worth              0       10  .000

 

District 9-2A

*Brock              11        1   .917

Ponder            11        1   .917

Boyd                 8        4   .667

Alvord               5        7   .417

Paradise           4        8   .333

Peaster              3        9   .250

Millsap              0       12  .000

 

* Won top-seed playoff

** Won 2nd-seed playoff

*** Won 3rd-seed play-in game

 

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