After storms brought a halt to the scoreless game on Tuesday, the Bridgeport Bulls went back to Gainesville Wednesday to find a pair of runs and their first District 9-3A win.
Bridgeport’s Jared Huff and Daniel Garcia drove in runs in the top of the sixth in a 2-0 victory for the Bulls (5-16, 1-3).
“We changed our approach going into Wednesday,” said Bridgeport coach Ted Leps. “We had the top hitters in our lineup coming to the plate in the sixth. Dalton Hudson, Erik Delgadillo and Daniel Garcia did a great job.”
Alex Samples held Gainesville scoreless over five and one-thirds, Tuesday, allowing five hits. He struck out 10.
Huff came on in relief Wednesday and allowed two hits in one and two-thirds scoreless innings.
“Alex was pitching very good on Tuesday,” Leps said. “Jared Huff did a great job coming on in relief and handling the pressure.”
PARADISE 12, MILLSAP 1
JD Pearson drove in three runs, including a two-run double in the fourth inning as the Paradise Panthers beat up Millsap 12-1 Tuesday.
Caiden Berry had two RBIs.
Jarret Holt earned the win, allowing a run on four hits in four innings with five strikeouts.
Dillon Meadows struck out six in two scoreless innings, allowing two hits.
CHICO 9, POOLVILLE 5
Brady North, Cameron Weatherly and Tyler Melton drove in two runs each as the Chico Dragons took down Poolville 9-5 Tuesday.
North went 3-for-4 with a triple. Jaston McBee finished 3-for-5 with a double and scored two runs.
North limited Poolville to five runs – four earned – on six hits over seven innings. He struck out one and walked four.
Chico improved to 13-3 and 7-1 in District 9-A.
PEASTER 14, BOYD 2
The Peaster Greyhounds scored nine runs in the first two innings and never let up in a 14-2 victory over Boyd Wednesday.
Cody Jacobs had Boyd’s lone extra-base hit, doubling. Cameron Schulte and Triston Furgerson scored Boyd’s two runs in the fifth.
KELLER 3, NORTHWEST 0
Keller’s Zach Aguayo blanked the Northwest Texans on five hits Tuesday in a 3-0 victory.
Aguayo struck out nine over his seven innings.
Dusty Cloud took the loss, allowing three runs – two earned – on seven hits in six innings.
Elijah Christenson tripled, and Tristen DerMargosian doubled for the Texans.