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The Apple Springs baseball team was blanked by Corrigan-Camden 3-0 on March 19.

Dakota Campbell pitched the bulk of the game, with Tristen Eddins chipping in. The two combined for 9 strikeouts while allowing 3 hits and walking 3.

Eddins, Connor Kaufman and Nathan Smith each had hits in the game.


The Bulldogs were blanked by the Cushing Bearkats 9-0 on March 19.

Ty Havard and Wyatt Clede shared mound duty, combining for 3 strikeouts and 1 walk while allowing 8 hits.

Eli Emmons had three hits in the game, while Trevor Hennigan and Wyatt Clede chipped in a hit apiece.


The Indians needed only 2 ½ innings to down district rival Kennard 19-0 on March 19.

Tanner Steubing threw 8 strikeouts and allowed 1 walk while keeping the Tigers hitless.

Jack Sullivan went 3-for-3, including a triple, and had 3 RBIs to lead the offense. Billy Thomas went 2-for-2 with three RBIs and a double. Dax Parker, Ty Torregrossa, Jake Plotts, Steubing, Trystin Ard and Cash Moore each provided a hit.

Then on Friday, the Indians kept Wells scoreless for a 17-0 2 ½-inning win.

Plotts and Moore shared mound duty, combining for 9 strikeouts and allowing 3 walks and only 2 hits.

Parker and Steubing each had 2 hits and 2 RBIs to lead the offense. Torregrossa, Sullivan, Jackson Cathey and Logan Townsend also contributed hits.


The Tigers lost back-to-back games to New Waverly, one on March 19 and one on Friday, both by scores of 11-0.


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The Lady Eagles lost a district matchup to Alto 15-0 on March 19.

Makenzie Cockrell took the loss on the mound, tossing 2 strikeouts while allowing 4 walks and 7 hits.

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