Tuesday, July 21

Houston

Premier Field 3

In Game 1 from Premier Field 3, Texas Twelve Black outmatched AB Baseball/Performance Edge, 13-0. Logan Henderson did it all for the Twelve and was named player of the game. Henderson allowed only two hits and struck out seven in three scoreless innings of work. At the plate, Henderson was 2-2 with three RBI and two runs scored. Reid Easterly was named pitcher of the game after striking out seven in four innings of work. Ben Dukes earned hitter of the game after going 2-3 with a double and three RBI.

In Game 2 from Premier Field 3, Premier Baseball blanked Off Season Baseball, 5-0. Xavier Lovett was named player of the game after a stellar outing on the mound. Lovett allowed only two hits and struck out seven in five innings of work. Will Thomas was named pitcher of the game after striking out four and not allowing a hit in three innings of work. Also to note, Kenny Dutka looked good on the mound as he struck out seven in three scoreless innings of work.

Premier Field 4

In Game 1 from Premier Field 4, Lynx outmatched Texas Lonestar Baseball, 8-6. Logan Letney was named player of the game after belting a key home run. Letney tallied three RBI and scored a run to lead the Lynx to victory.

In Game 2 from Premier Field 4, Premier Baseball Futures shutout Batter’s Box, 7-0. Ben Content was named player of the game after not allowing a hit in three innings of work. Content added three punchouts. Reed Chumley earned hitter of the game after going 2-3 with two singles.

Premier Field 5

In Game 1 from Premier Field 5, USA Prime Houston outlasted Extreme Heat, 4-3. Rome Shubert was impressive on the mound and took home player of the game. Shubert struck out five in 6.2 innings of work and did not surrender an earned run.

Premier Field 6

In Game 1 from Premier Field 6, Texas Bandits outmatched Brazos Valley Renegades, 14-4. Eduardo Malinowski was named player of the game after blasting a grand slam. William Cox looked good on the mound and was named pitcher of the game. Cox struck out seven and allowed only one hit four innings of work. Also to note, Chris Duncan was 2-3 with a double and a solo home run.

In Game 2 from Premier Field 6, HP Baseball Crew bested Houston Heat, 14-1. Kaden Fikac was named player of the game after going 3-4 at the dish. Fikac tallied four RBI and scored twice. Evan Godwin was named pitcher of the game after a dominant outing on the mound. Godwin allowed two hits and racked up 10 strikeouts in four innings of work.

North Texas

Railroaders

In Game 1 from Railroaders, Dallas Tigers Preston bested Chancellor’s Team, 7-6. Jayden Hill was named player of the game after going 1-3 with a triple and three key RBI as he led the way for the Tigers.

In Game 2 from Railroaders, Texas Oilers Baseball outlasted Arlington A’s, 8-7. Pete Panko was named player of the game after going 3-4. Panko ripped a double, drove in two runs, and scored once in a tightly contested ballgame.

Z-Plex Bishop

In Game 1 from Z-Plex Bishop, Richard Austin Baseball Cannons defeated 5 Star Performance, 8-6. Braxton Hacker took home player of the game after going 1-3 with two important RBI. Hacker also scored once and stole a base.

In Game 2 from Z-Plex Bishop, Dallas Patriots 2020 blanked ZT Elite NTX Gray, 17-0. Cal Stark led the way at the plate and took home player of the game honors. Stark was 2-2 with a double, three runs scored, and reached base via two hit by pitches. Cade Denton was flawless on the mound and was named pitcher of the game. Denton did not allow a hit and struck out five in four scoreless innings of work.

Z-Plex Hogan

In Game 1 from Z-Plex Hogan, Phenom 2020 outmatched Impact Baseball Club, 20-1. Brandon Talley was named player of the game after lighting it up at the plate. Talley was 2-3 with a double, home run, and five RBI. Anderson Needham struck out five in three innings of work as he took home pitcher of the game. Also to note, Jacob Terwilliger was 1-1 with a two RBI and two runs scored.

Z-Plex Williams

In Game 1 from Z-Plex Williams, NTXBC Dirtbags topped USA Prime DFW, 3-1. Collin Horton was named player of the game after a dominant outing on the bump. Horton surrendered only two hits and racked up nine punchouts in five scoreless innings of work. Drew Pollum was named hitter of the game after going 1-3 with a double and two RBI. Also to note, Conner Emmet was 2-2 with a double.

In Game 2 from Z-Plex Williams, North Texas Longhorns Boddie outmatched Dallas Tigers Lawrence, 10-2. Scout Sanders continued to swing a hot bat and was named player of the game. Sanders was 3-4 with a home run, two RBI, three runs scored, and a walk. Ethan Bedgood swung it well as he also tallied a home run and drove in three runs. Also to note, Samuel Tormos was 1-3 with a home run, two RBI, and two walks.

Wednesday, July 22

South Texas

Seguin Fairgrounds

In Game 1 from Seguin Fairgrounds, GPS Legends outlasted Austin Powers, 4-3. Noah Thompson was named player of the game after belting a key solo home run. Blake Helton turned out a solid outing on the mound and was named pitcher of the game. Helton struck out three in seven innings of work.

In Game 2 from Seguin Fairgrounds, Canes Southwest College Black defeated Lobos Baseball Collegiate, 7-4. Sean Miguel was named player of the game after going 2-3 with two RBI and one run.

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