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March 17, 2013

Sports briefs - March 17, 2013

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Coyotes let Ranger slip by in seventh inning

Staff Report

Despite a 4-run rally by Weatherford College to take a 7-6 lead into the final frame in a NTJCAC contest on Saturday in Ranger, the Coyotes gave up a 2-run homer, losing game one of a double header, 8-7.

WC’s Hunter Lockwood was the spark for the Coyotes offense, racking up four RBIs in the game.

WC baseball scored five runs in the opening frame of game two, and led 5-2 going into the top of the second inning.

At press time, WC led 9-2 after three complete innings.

 

Weatherford College softball sweeps McLennan

Staff Report

With the score tied at 1-1 in the sixth inning Saturday at Stuart field, the WC Lady Coyotes loaded the bases with the first three batters, then made two consecutive outs. 

Marissa Pereyra then stoked a clutch single and WC put three runs on the board in the inning. With one out and a runner on base, Kylee Studioso fanned the final two McLennan hitters to preserve the 4-1 win.

Bailee Wortham stepped in the circle in game two as WC again allowed just a single run, sweeping the NTJCAC double header by a 6-1 count.

WC did its damage in the third inning, featuring a 2-RBI double by first baseman Luci Ponce.

McLennan answered with a run in the fourth, but that would be all the scoring for the High Lassies, with Weatherford adding another pair of runs in the sixth.

Wortham scattered six hits and struck out three batters in the game.

 

First-inning rush secures enough runs for Aledo

Staff Report

Baker Roberson’s 2-RBI single in the first inning ignited a 4-run rally on Saturday at Aledo, as the Bearcats hosted Arlington Bowie in a non-district tilt.

Another single by Ridge Cook and a sac-fly off the bat of Taco Anderson netted another run each. Aledo scored again in the third en route to a 5-2 decision over the Vols.

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