Graham 7 Denton 1 (Game one)
Denton 6 Graham 3 (Game two)
Graham and Denton split a doubleheader at Steer Stadium in Graham. The Roughnecks won game one behind an 11-hit attack and outstanding pitching by Josh Forrester. Graham was led at the plate by Trent Lockwood, who was 3-3 with two RBIs and Kyle Reesing, who had a double and two RBIs.
Forrester fired a complete game three hitter for Graham.
It was the Outlaws who received outstanding pitching in game two. Collin Carter gave up two runs in three innings, but pitched out of trouble several times. Blake Kronkonski, Daniel Edwards and Jordan Davis combined to allow only one run the rest of the way as Denton bounced back.
Kern Watts scored two runs for the Outlaws in game two , while Chris Jenkins also had two hits.
Euless 7 McKinney 3 (Game one)
McKinney 1 Euless 0 (Game two)
Euless used two hits and three RBIs from Isias Garcia and RBIs from John McKee and Brett Lawler for a 7-3 victory over the Marshalls in game one. Charlie Mellies fired a complete game three hitter for the LoneStars.
In game two, the Marshalls scored a run in the ninth when Jose Salazar crossed the plate to salvage the split.
Greg Erickson piced up the victory for Mckinney while Bryce Cox fired an inning to earn the save.
The split means that the Marshalls and LoneStars remain tied for second place in the Tris Speaker division standings.
Highland Park 8 Coppell 2 (Game one)
Coppell 7 Highland Park 2 (Game two)
The Highland Park Blue Sox received two runs each from Drew Holder, and Tyler Jones to upend the Copperheads in game one at Scotland Yard. Ryan Hill also added two RBIs and Lance Bina contributed a hit in the victory. Rodney Brantley pitched at complete game for the Blue Sox, while Chad Rhodes took the loss for the Copperheads. Coppell was lead by three hits from John Infante and a home run from Adam Moore.
In game two, the Copperheads bounced back with two more homers from Moore to go with four RBIs in the win. Coppell also received two hits from Kyle Kreick. Branden Knapp earned the win, while Max Hutson took the loss for Highland Park.
Weatherford 8 Mineral Wells 3
Clay Britton paced the Wranglers with three hits and two runs and Spencer Jackson contributed three hits as the Wranglers upended the Steam 8-3. Shea Hancock fired five innings for the win, striking out five.
Mineral Wells was led by Ben Burum, who hit his fourth home run in two nights. Jordan Craft took the loss.