Buck Brittons two-out single scored Brendan Rubenstein, capping a five-run rally in the bottom of the eighth inning that lifted Weatherford to a 5-4 victory over Denton on Thursday at Roger Williams Park.
John Ingram started the scoring in the eighth with an RBI single. The Wranglers (7-4) then added runs on a balk, a bases-loaded walk and Roberto Menas sacrifice fly.
Kris Jenkins and Brian Spear had RBI singles in the seventh to give Denton a 3-0 lead. But winning pitcher Donald Furrow got a double-play ball to end the inning. Hart Hering allowed a run in the ninth, but stranded the tying run on third base by getting a game-ending groundout.
The loss snapped a five-game win streak for Denton (6-3). Kern Watts had three of the Outlaws 12 hits.
McKinney 7, Highland Park 3: At Scotland Yard in Highland Park, Scott Gaffney and Brandon Glover had three hits apiece as McKinney utilized a 16-hit attack to down Highland Park.
McKinney (4-5) also received two hits from Jose Salazar, Trey Rachal and Jon Weisman as every starter recorded at least one hit. Brett Robinson got the win, allowing one run in five innings.
Lance Bina had a two-run double in the ninth for the Blue Sox (2-7), which committed three errors that led to four unearned runs.
Graham 10, Mineral Wells 6: At Steer Stadium in Graham, Steve Ptak and Chris Tapia each had three hits and drove in three runs apiece as the Roughnecks used a pair of four-run innings to best Mineral Wells.
Dan Donaldson pitched around seven hits and four walks in six innings to get the win. Jason Grace struck out three and didnt allow a hit in two innings to notch the save.
Collin Delomes two-run double capped a four-run first inning for Graham (3-6). Keanon Simon, Ptak and Tapia delivered the run-scoring hits in a four-run sixth.
Ben Burum had a pair of hits and scored twice for Mineral Wells (4-7). Parker Daltons two-run single in the seventh cut the deficit to 9-6.
Coppell 11, Euless 9 (14 innings): At The Parks at Texas Star, Anthony Jackson's double drove in the game-winning run in the top of the 14th inning as the Copperheads improved to a league best 8-1. The 14-inning contest matched the longest in TCL history, previously done by Colleyville-Grapevine and Coppell on August 7, 2004.
Tyler Hill, who drove in the insurance run with a single in the 14th, pitched four scoreless innings in relief for the victory. A.T. Cole took the loss. Wuless tied the game at 9-9 in the bottom of the ninth on Drew Jeffcoat;s double.Jeffcoat was 3-5 with five rbi.