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GRAHAM, WEATHERFORD, EULESS, AND COPPELL EARN VICTORIES IN TCL FRIDAY NIGHT ACTION

Graham 10,
Highland Park 7
The Roughnecks used five runs in the fourth inning to put away the Blue Sox at Scotland Yard. Steve Ptak and Keanon Simon each homered as the Graham extended its winning streak to four games. Justin Colbert and Chris Tapia each were four for five, while Simon and Jess Buenger had three hits.
Dan Donaldson pitched 5 1/3 innings for the win, while Max Hutson suffered the loss for the Blue Sox.
Highland Park was led by three hits from Michael Glomb and Jarod Freeman, while Scott Rooker added a home run.

Weatherford 13,
McKinney 4
The Weatherford Wranglers snapped McKinney’s winning streak at nine games with a 16 hit attack. Spencer Jackson and John Ingram led the way with three hits each. Jackson, Ingram, Robbie Winn and Roberto Mena each had a pair of RBIs for the Wranglers, who inched within three games of .500 with the victory.
Derrick Gordon allowed four runs in 5 1/3 innings to pick up the win, while starter Austin Creps took the loss for the Marshalls.
McKinney was led at the plate by a homer from Matt Smith, he was the only Marshall with two hits in the game.

Euless 7,
Mineral Wells 4
The LoneStars received two hits each from Steve Robison, Stan Widmann and Keith Stein and a homer from Stein to put away the Steam. Three relievers combined for four scoreless innings for Euless, with Jaramiah Haar notching his third win of the year. Kyle Young picked up his 8th save of the season.
Mineral Wells was led by three hits and two RBIs from Todd Sebek. Chris Rusler was saddled with the loss.

Coppell 11,
Denton 6
The Copperhead offense exploded with 19 hits, including homers from Damon Sublett, Chris Williams and Anthony Jackson to upend the Outlaws. Sublett was five for five with three RBIs in the game, while Williams was four for five with three RBIs.
James Russell picked up the win, while Kerr Foster took the loss for the Outlaws.
Denton was led a the plate by Kris Jenkins, who had three hits.


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