Top-ranked Oak Ridge ended play in its home round robin with a 12-0 win over Spring in five innings Saturday.
The Lady War Eagles (3-3), No. 1 in the Class 6A to start the year, got a home run apiece from Morgan Dutton, Erika Flynn, Samantha Graeter, Alyssa Lyons, Kaitlynn Martinez and Mariah Redmond. Dutton drove in four runs on her two hits, while Graeter and Flynn had two RBIs apiece.
Oak Ridge hosts Klein at 6:15 p.m. Tuesday.
Lake Creek caps tourney with win over state-ranked Deer Park
State-ranked Lake Creek wrapped up the Pasadena Haynie Spirit Tournament with a 9-1 win over Shadow Creek and state-ranked Deer Park, 2-0.
The Lions (8-0), ranked No.6 in the Class 5A poll, began the evening with the Shadow Creek win. Maddie McKee, Madelyn Lopez and Ava Brown led the way with three hits apiece. Kennedy was 2 for 4 with three RBIs and hit a 2-run home run in the top of the second inning. Brown doubled twice and drove in two runs. Brenna Kelly pitched six innings, allowed six hits, earned a run, walked one batter and struck out three. Kennedy wrapped up the game in the circle with one hit allowed and strikeout in one inning.
Against Deer Park, the No. 7 team in Class 6A, Jenny Robison stole two bases and scored on a single by Maddie McKee in the bottom of the fifth. McKee then scored on a double-steal and the game was called on the tournament time limit soon after. Kennedy tossed a one-hitter and struck out six for the shutout.
Lake Creek is back in action next weekend in the Brenham Tournament.
Conroe ends tournament with split
Conroe’s stint at the Clear Creek ISD Tournament came to end Saturday with a win over Clear Creek (8-2) and a loss to Dickinson (9-1).
Against Clear Creek, Izzy Lozando was 2 for 4 with a double, triple and an RBI for the Lady Tigers (3-3). Lozado also pitched the complete game and didn’t allow an earned run while striking out two. Bella Salas tripled and finished with two RBIs while Zharia Jack and Shelby Adams each had one RBI.
In the finale with Dickinson, Jack was 2 for 3 with an RBI while Kennedy Powell had two hits.
Conroe hosts Caney Creek 6 p.m. Tuesday in a non-district game.
Montgomery takes two more wins
The Montgomery Lady Bears won twice more at the Spring Branch ISD Tournament Saturday. It topped Fort Bend Dulles (10-1) in four innings followed by Houston Memorial (5-3) in five innings.
Emiley Millhausen was 3 for 3 against Dulles with two RBIs and a double. Chloe Good also had two RBIs while Bella Yarnall had two hits and an RBI. Reese Hall pitched four innings for the win. She struck out five and allowed one earned run.
Against the Mustangs, Bella Yarnall went 3 for 3 with a double and two RBIs. Sarah Allen totaled two hits, including a double, and drove in two runs. Erin Ducharme had a pair of hits, including a double.
Aubrey Yarnall struck out six in five innings and allowed two earned runs on four hits.
The Lady Bears travel to Klein Oak Tuesday at 6:15 p.m. for a non-district game.
Willis splits to wrap tournament
Willis wrapped up play in the Crosby Tournament on Saturday with a 10-0 win over Caney Creek and 2-1 loss to the tournament host.
The Ladykats (3-3) began the day with the 10-0 five inning win over the Panthers (0-8). Marissa Fletcher led the way with a 2 for 3 effort as Willis took advantage of five Caney Creek errors. In five innings in the circle, Fletcher allowed two hits -- both to Hailey Casteneda -- struck out six and walked two.
Later in the day against Crosby, the Cougars found the scoreboard first with two runs in the bottom of the fifth. Willis scored one in the top of the sixth as Kynlee Chapman scored on an error, but the Ladykats couldn’t get closer. Chapman struck out 14 and walked four in six innings in the circle. She allowed five hits and earned one run.
Caney Creek also lost 8-2 to Huffman-Hargrave in six innings on Saturday. Chesleigh Rogers’ fourth inning home run plated both runs for the Panthers.
Willis hosts Klein Cain at 6:15 p.m. Tuesday, while Caney Creek is a Conroe at 6 p.m. the same night.
New Caney uses hot start in win
New Caney plated four runs in the top of the first, including a 2-run homer by Ahlana Bruins, as it topped Manvel 8-4 in five innings on the final day of the Pasadena Haynie Spirit tournament.
Bruins finished with two hits and three RBIs for the Lady Eagles (6-3). Marisella Mendoza had two RBIs and Savannah Youngblood doubled on one of her two hits. Youngblood pitched and didn’t allow an earned run in four innings. She allowed just two hits.
New Caney’s next game is Friday at Grand Oaks.
Porter falls to West Brook
Porter wrapped up play in the Clear Creek ISD Tournament with a 9-3 loss in five innings to Beaumont West Brook.
The Spartans (1-5) were down 4-1 after two innings. West Brook scored four runs in the top of the fifth inning. Leslie Figueroa and Christina Jackson were both 2 for 2 in the loss for Porter. Figueroa and Jordan Franklin drove in one run each.
Porter hosts Grand Oaks at 6 p.m. Tuesday.
College Park drops two
College Park wrapped up play in the Crosby Tournament with losses to Huffman-Hargrave and Magnolia West on Saturday.
The Lady Cavaliers (2-5) began with a 16-3 loss to Hargrave in four innings. Jessica Battiste had two hits and an RBI in the loss. Ariel Gomez and Ava McCracken also drove in a run apiece.
In a 5-1 loss to Magnolia West, Gomez, McCracken and Jenny Battiste were the only College Park players to manage to get a hit off the Magnolia West pitching duo of Toni Tamborello and Brooklyn Day.
Magnolia West opens District 19-5A play Tuesday at home against Brenham at 6:30 p.m. College Park is at Summer Creek at 6 p.m.