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Baseball Roundup: Panthers win tournament

By Richard Greene | Published Wednesday, March 12, 2014

The Paradise Panthers knocked off Gunter 10-7 Saturday to finish off an unbeaten run through the Windthorst Tournament.

Paradise went 4-0-1 at the tournament.

Caiden Berry and Austin Hogan drove in three runs each in the win over Gunter. Paradise scored five runs in the fourth to rally from a 7-5 deficit.

Paradise tied Holliday 12-12 with Dillon Meadows and Skylar Black driving in four runs each.

The Panthers blanked Archer City 13-0 and Vernon 10-0. Corbin Holt struck out eight and held Archer City hitless in five innings. Meadows and Black combined to hold Vernon scoreless on two hits in five innings.

Paradise also picked up a 13-4 win over Millsap. Black homered and drove in three, going 3-for-4.

PRINCETON 7, BRIDGEPORT 6
CELINA 4, BRIDGEPORT 2

The Bridgeport Bulls dropped a pair of close games over the weekend at the Princeton Tournament.

Princeton tripped Bridgeport 7-6 after plating six runs in the second inning.

Dalton Hudson went 2-for-4 and drove in a run for the Bulls.

Bridgeport fell to Celina 4-2 after the Bobcats scored two in the fifth.

Daniel Garcia and Jared Huff doubled for the Bulls.

PONDER 11, BOYD 4

The Ponder Lions scored four runs in the top of the seventh to put away the Boyd Yellowjackets Tuesday, 11-4.

Brandon Hardee homered and went 2-for-2 for the Yellowjackets.

CHICO 13, ITASCA 5

The Chico Dragons plated seven runs in the fourth to run past Itasca 13-5 Friday.

Jaston McBee had a big day at the plate, tripling twice and adding a double. He also drove in three runs.

Chase Riddles knocked in two and doubled.

MCKINNEY BOYD JV 7, DECATUR 5
CELINA 6, DECATUR 3

The Decatur Eagles lost their final two games at the Princeton Tournament over the weekend.

The McKinney Boyd JV handed Decatur a 7-5 loss. Nick Trachta tripled and drove in three runs for the Eagles.

After falling behind 4-0, the Eagles’ rally fell short in a 6-3 loss to Celina.

AJ Johnson doubled, going 2-for-3 with a RBI.

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