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15
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Hooks blanks Queen City

By Kenny Mitchell

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The Hooks Lady Hornets rebounded in high style from their loss to New Boston on Friday, with a 6-0 shutout of the Queen City Lady Bulldogs last night. The win takes their district record to 3-1.

Hooks ace Marena Estell was near flawless on the mound allowing just two hits in a complete game of work.

At the plate, Estell was her own best friend with a pair of RBI’s in the contest and teammate Madison Whisenhunt also had a pair of runs batted in with her bat.

In all, the Lady Hornets rocked QC for nine hits as Estell, Kenley Kyles, Lexie Frachiseur and Sidney Pardue each had multi-hit performances.

The Lady Hornets will next challenge the 3-1 Redwater Lady Dragons at Hooks on Thursday. The first pitch is scheduled for 5 p.m.

 

In the photo, Hooks ace Marena Estell

Wed
15
Mar
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Lady Dragons scorch Daingerfield

By Kenny Mitchell

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Karli Boatright was 3-4 and four other Lady Dragons had multi-hit performances as the ladies from Redwater scorched Daingerfield 12-2 on Tuesday to earn a district win.

Ramzi Smith, Keeley Wilbur, Savannah Corbell and Crayton Bradford had a pair of hits each as the Lady Dragons improved their district record to 3-1 on the season.

Bethanee Calicott notched another win on the hill for Redwater with seven strikeouts.

The Lady Dragons will next face the Lady Hornets in Hooks for a huge district showdown. Game time is scheduled for 5 p.m. on Thursday.

Fri
10
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Thomas steps down as New Boston AD

By Kenny Mitchell

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Coach Jamey Thomas stepped down this morning as the New Boston High School Athletic Director after a coaching career that has spanned 25 years, with 18 of those in New Boston.

Thomas will now serve the district as the Director of Transportation.

Fri
10
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Lady Lions win two on Thursday in Classic

By Kenny Mitchell

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The Lady Lions ended their day 2-0 on the first day of the McDonald’s Classic, closing out play Thursday night with a 7-2 win over Fouke.

The game was scoreless going into the bottom of the 4th when the Lady Lions notched a pair of runs and then ripped Fouke for four more in the bottom of the 5th to blow the game open.

Thu
09
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Lady Lions pounce on Commerce to start McDonald's Classic

By Kenny Mitchell

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The New Boston Lady Lions jumped all over the Lady Tigers from Commerce early and often in their first game of the annual McDonald's Classic this afternoon, winning the contest by a final score of 17-0.

Morgan McAlexander was dominant on the hill for the Lady Lions, and some great plays in the field to back her up, as the hometown girls never gave the Lady Tigers a chance.

The Lady Lions scored six times in the 2nd inning with a pair of homerun blasts, and scored nine more runs in the 5th as  the hitting barrage had their way with the Commerce pitching staff.

On ther boy's diamond, the Maud Cardinals routed the Paul Pewitt Brahmas 13-2.

Cameron Mills earned the win on the hill for Maud giving up two runs on six hits, and striking out two in five innings of work.Justin Hill took the loss for the Brahmas.

Thu
09
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McDonald's Classic Schedule

This is the schedule for the 2017 McDonald's Classic, starting this morning in New Boston.

Wed
08
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Pirates rout Trinity Christian

By Kenny Mitchell

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Three different Pirates put in 3 RBI performances in the game as the boys from James Bowie blew out Trinity Christian on Tuesday by a score of 14-2.

Bailey Obenoskey earned the win on the hill for the Pirates as he went four and two-thirds innings, giving up two runs, three hits, and striking out ten.

Obenoskey aided his own efforts with his bat with a pair of hits and three runs batted in, and Caige Crowley and Logan Graham also drove in three runs in the contest. Dylan Trissel was 2-2 with a run scored.

Wed
08
Mar
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Lady Dragons fall to Hughes Springs

By Kenny Mitchell

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The Redwater Lady Dragons went to 1-1 in district Tuesday night with a 4-1 loss to the Hughes Springs Lady Mustangs.

Despite a 2-3 and 1 RBI performance at the plate from Lady Dragons catcher Sara Easley, Redwater could not find their groove with the bat against Lady Mustang pitcher Marisol Kennedy, who gave up just five hits to the usually potent Redwater lineup.

Bethanee Calicott took the loss for Redwater giving up seven hits and four runs in six innings of work.

The Lady Dragons will be on the road to face the Queen City Lady Bulldogs on Friday, with game time set for 5 p.m.

 

In the photo, Redwater catcher Sara Easley

Wed
08
Mar
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Lady Bulldogs devour North Hopkins

By Kenny Mitchell

Publisher

The Avery Lady Bulldogs improved their season mark to 4-6 with a huge 17-2 win over North Hopkins Tuesday night in Avery.

The run scoring onslaught was powered by a 4-4 performance from the bat of Alexis Coughran, which included a triple and a pair of runs batted in.

Coughran was not alone with a rock solid outing at the plate as Quinn Lipe and Meagan Roberts also knocked in a pair of runs each, as did Jill Whitney, who was 2 for 4 with a pair of RBI’s.

Brenna Brown had a bases clearing double that brought three around to score as well for the Lady Bulldogs.

On the hill, a trio of pitchers got the job done, with Whitney getting the start and earning the win as she struck out four and allowed one hit and one run in two innings of work.

Wed
08
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Lady Lions earn district win over Queen City

By Kenny Mitchell

Publisher

The New Boston Lady Lions earned a district victory Tuesday night as they went on the road to oust the Queen City Lady Bulldogs 7-3.

The Lady Lion bats came alive in the game with 10 hits total, including a homerun blast off the bat of Madison Thomas in the 3rd inning that fueled a four run inning that gave the ladies from New Boston a 6-0 lead.

Emily and Morgan McAlexander had big hits in the 1st inning that got New Boston an early 2-0 lead, with a double from Emily and a triple from Morgan each driving in runs.

On the hill, Morgan McAlexander went the distance, pitching seven innings allowing just six hits and three earned runs and striking out twelve.

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