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Chism continues dominance, Decatur routs Krum

By Reece Waddell | Published Wednesday, April 17, 2019
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Reagan Chism struck out 10 and gave up just one hit, leading the Decatur Lady Eagles to a 10-0 win over Krum in six innings Friday night.

The Stephen F. Austin commit has not allowed a run in District 8-4A play.

Brison Hesteande went 2-for-3 and drove in two. She walked once.

Decatur is 7-0 in league play and hosted Argyle Tuesday. A win would secure the Lady Eagles’ second consecutive undefeated district title.

SPRINGTOWN 7, BRIDGEPORT 1

Bridgeport fell behind early and could not catch up to Springtown Friday, falling 7-1.

The Sissies gave up all seven runs in the first three innings. Katelyn McComis surrendered seven runs on 10 hits, striking out two.

At the plate, McComis drove in Bridgeport’s lone run.

The Sissies fell to 1-4 in District 8-4A and welcomed in Krum Tuesday. Bridgeport can clinch the fourth and final playoff spot in 8-4A with a win against Krum Tuesday or Argyle Friday.

PARADISE 15, MILLSAP 0

The Paradise Lady Panthers sent their seniors out on a high note, blasting Millsap 15-0 Friday night.

Paradise moved to 19-8 and 9-3 in District 7-3A with two games left in the regular season. The Lady Panthers played host to second-place Peaster Tuesday.

If Paradise wins its remaining two games and Peaster loses out, the two would tie for second in 7-3A. Both have already clinched playoff spots.

PEASTER 17, BOYD 3

Peaster racked up 12 hits Friday night, running away from Boyd 17-3.

Sydney Langley went 1-for-3 with a solo home run. Hannah Radke and Tristen Brieden collected a RBI apiece.

Ryleigh Ashford gave up 11 runs on 10 hits over five and one-third innings. She struck out one and walked five.

Boyd dropped to 5-7 in District 7-3A with two games remaining. The Lady Jackets are tied with Jacksboro for the fourth and final playoff spot in 7-3A.

ALVORD 10, ERA 7

The Alvord Lady Bulldogs got back in the win column with a 10-7 victory over Era Saturday.

Sydney Wade led the way for Alvord at the plate, going 4-for-5. Jocelyn Tambunga drove in two runs, finishing 3-for-5.

Alvord scored five runs in the final inning to erase a 7-5 deficit. Kinly Walker went the distance in the circle, scattering seven runs on 14 hits. She struck out seven.

The Lady Bulldogs improved to 11-12-1 and 6-6 in District 12-2A. Alvord hosted Tioga Tuesday and has clinched the final playoff spot in 12-2A.

CHICO 12, MUENSTER 11

Reagan Hardee drove in four runs to lead Chico past Muenster 12-11 Thursday.

The Lady Dragons scored five times in the seventh inning to rally for the win. Macy McDaniel went 3-for-4 with three RBIs and a walk.

Chico moved to 5-6 in District 12-2A. The Lady Dragons traveled to Collinsville Tuesday.

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