Mercedes Tigers Grabs Lead In Fourth Inning For Victory Over Pace
The Mercedes Tigers took the lead late and defeated Pace 11-1 on Thursday. The game was tied at one with Mercedes Tigers batting in the bottom of the fourth when Oliver Closner singled off of #9, driving in one run.
The Tigers secured the victory thanks to eight runs in the fourth inning.
Mercedes’ big inning was driven by a single by Oliver Closner, a triple by Alex Cisneros, a single by Jaime Rodriguez, a stolen base by Alejandro Cabrera, and a double by Isaiah Martinez.
Hanna Eagles Loses Lead Early In Defeat
Hanna watched the game slip away early and couldn’t recover in a 3-1 loss to Harlingen South on Thursday. Harlingen South scored on a fielder’s choice by Torres and an stolen base in the second inning.
McAllen Grabs Lead In Sixth Inning For Victory Over La Joya
McAllen took the lead late in the game in a 5-3 victory over La Joya on Tuesday. The game was tied at three with McAllen batting in the bottom of the sixth when Luis Keola Zamora singled off of Fernando Hernandez, driving in two runs.
La Joya scored three runs in the sixth inning, but McAllen still managed to pull out the victory.
Robert Vela Sabercats Wins Back-And-Forth Affair Against Edinburg
The Sabercats and Edinburg traded the lead back-and-forth on Thursday, but eventually Vela prevailed 14-10. The Sabercats took the lead for good in the seventh inning. The game was tied at ten with Vela batting in the top of the seventh when there was an error, scoring one run.
Ramsey Amador led the Sabercats to victory by driving in six runs. He went 3-for-5 at the plate. Amador drove in runs on a double in the first, a groundout in the second, a in the fourth, and a double in the ninth.
Vela took an early lead in the first inning. Nico Rodriguez hit into a fielder’s choice, scoring one run.
Edinburg evened things up at ten in the bottom of the fifth inning.
Edinburg scored seven runs in the second inning. Edinburg’s big inning was driven by a single by Jimmy Cansino, a walk by John Gonzalez, a walk by Jesse Garcia, a triple by Matheo Gonzalez, and a error.
Rodriguez earned the win for the Sabercats. He threw five and two-thirds innings, giving up one run, four hits, and striking out eight. Gonzalez took the loss for Edinburg. He went four and a third innings, giving up six runs, seven hits, and striking out six.
Aaron Galvan started the game for Vela. He threw three and a third innings, allowing nine runs, three hits, and striking out seven. Jaime Cansino started the game for Edinburg. He went four innings, giving up eight runs, four hits, and striking out five.
Robert Vela Sabercats had 12 hits in the game. Rafael (RJ) Ochoa, Amador, and Ryan Rodriguez each collected multiple hits for Robert Vela Sabercats.
Carlos Oyervides led Edinburg with two hits in five at bats.
Chargers Takes Some Time To Pull Away From Edcouch-Elsa
Brownsville Veterans had trouble putting away Edcouch-Elsa on Thursday, but eventually the Chargers prevailed 5-4.
Chargers took the lead for good in the eleventh inning. The game was tied at four with Brownsville Vets batting in the top of the eleventh when Joshua Alaniz doubled, driving in one run.
Chargers took an early lead in the second inning. Noah Perez drove in one when he doubled in the second inning.
In the bottom of the ninth inning, Edcouch-Elsa tied things up at four. With two outs in the ninth inning Joseph Gonzalez drove in one run when he singled.
Ramiro Rodriguez earned the win for the Chargers. He went one and one-third innings, allowing zero runs, one hit, striking out one, and walking zero.
Alejandro Betancourt started the game for the Chargers. He pitched three and a third innings, allowing one run, two hits, and striking out one.
Brownsville Veterans had eight hits in the game. Samuel Chapa and Joshua Alaniz each collected multiple hits for the Chargers. Aaron Recio, Perez, Gilbert Rodriguez, Mike Mendoza, and Alaniz each drove in one run to lead the Chargers.
Edcouch-Elsa collected 11 hits. AJ Rodriguez, Joseph Gonzalez, and Steve Perez each collected multiple hits for Edcouch-Elsa.