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WEATHERFORD SWEEPS GRAHAM, DENTON WINS IN 12

Weatherford-6 Graham-1
Weatherford Wrangler pitchers allowed only five hits in shutting down the Graham Roughnecks for eight innings. Meanwhile the Wranglers, (5-3), received three hits from Clay Britton and two hits apiece from Nick Newberry and Spencer Jackson to send the defending Hornsby division champs to their third straight loss.
Donald Furman pitched six innings for his first win of the season, while Tyler Cales suffered his first loss of the summer.
The only highlight for the Roughnecks, (2-4), was Colin DeLome’s solo homer in the top of the nineth, his first of the season.

Highland Park-6 Euless-5
The Highland Park Blue Sox, (2-4), stopped a Euless rally just short to win its second game of the season. Stuart Southerland earned the save by pitching the final inning. The Blue Sox received two runs and three hits from Scott Rooker and two hits and two RBI’s from Ryan Hill in the victory.
Rodney Brantley scattered six hits in seven innings, allowing only two runs to gain the win, while Charlie Mellies allowed four runs in five innings for Euless to take the loss.
Keith Stein had a hit and two RBI to lead the LoneStars, (3-3), while Michael Glomb chipped in two hits and two runs.

Coppell-6 McKinney-3
The Coppell Copperheads improved its record to 5-1 by defeating McKinney at Gabe Nesbitt Field. Adam Moore was thre for three with two RBI for the Copperheads, while Brandon Knapp pitched three innings, allowing only one hit to pick up the victory, his first of the season.
McKinney was led by Jose Salazar and Logan Parker, who had two hits apiece. Randy Black, (1-1), took the loss.

Denton-4 Mineral Wells-3 (12 innings)
Andrew Brown drew a bases loaded walk in the bottom of the twelfth to give Denton, (4-2), a dramatic win.
The game was tied 2-2 entering the seventh inning, but a solo home run by both teams made the score 3-3 until Brown’s walk scored the winning run.
Juston Street was the winning pitcher for the Outlaws, while John Miller took the loss for the Steam, (3-5).


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