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ROUGHNECKS CONTINUE STREAK, MARSHALS EDGE BOMBERS

The Roughnecks keep their winning steak alive as they hold the Steam to only two hits on the night.  Coppell also continues to play well with Roger Kieschnick (Texas Tech) and the Copperhead bats producing in their big win over the LoneStars.


WICHITA FALLS 8, MINERAL WELLS 1
Wichita Falls scored two runs in the top of the fifth and added six in the final two frames in a 8-1 win over the Mineral Wells Steam at Pratt Field on Saturday.Roughneck starter Brian Cloud and Steam starter Brandon Moore were locked in a pitchers dual through four innings but Mineral Wells led after tallying an unearned run in the bottom of the third.  The Roughnecks responded in the top of the fifth with two runs of their own and four relievers combined to fan six Steam batters in the final five innings.  Russell Young earned the win with two innings of hitless and scoreless relief.  Wichita Falls limited Mineral Wells to just two hits in the contest.Wichita Falls scored two runs in the top of the fifth and added six in the final two frames in a 8-1 win over the Mineral Wells Steam at Pratt Field on Saturday.  Roughneck starter Brian Cloud and Steam starter Brandon Moore were locked in a pitchers dual through four innings but Mineral Wells led after tallying an unearned run in the bottom of the third.  The Roughnecks responded in the top of the fifth with two runs of their own and four relievers combined to fan six Steam batters in the final five innings.  Russell Young earned the win with two innings of hitless and scoreless relief.  Wichita Falls limited Mineral Wells to just two hits in the contest.


COPPELL 11, COLLEYVILLE 1
Justin Walker and Matt Curry each homered for Coppell as the Copperheads dismantled the Colleyville LoneStars, 11-2, Saturday night at LoneStar Field.  Every player in Coppell's starting lineup notched at least one base hit, with Roger Kieschnick and Paul Goldschmdt each producing three hits.  Brandon Moss and Scott Lawson were each 2-for-4 for the LoneStars. They also scored both Colleyville runs and each doubled for the only LoneStar extra-base hits. Tim Matthews (1-0) got his first win of the new season, while Matt Dean (0-1) took the loss for Colleyville.


WEATHERFORD 7, DUNCANVILLE 2
Weatherford struck first in the top of the 3rd with a walk and a couple of singles. Duncanville quickly answered back in the bottom of the 3rd and the bottom of the 4th with a run in each. Two innings later Crain lead off with a walk and Hornung followed with a single then two batters later, Whatley brought both of them home with a double. Weatherford followed up with another run in the top of the 7th and 3 more in the top of the 9th and proved to be more than Duncanville could handle. The Weatherford Wranglers move to 2-2 and the Duncanville Deputies fall to 0-4.


MCKINNEY 6, BRAZOS VALLEY 5
The Bombers rallied from a deficit of 6-1 entering the home half of the ninth inning against the McKinney Marshals and scored four runs with two outs to close to within 6-5. But with two runners on, the frenzied rally fell just short, giving the Bombers their first-ever loss at Brazos Valley Bank Ballpark.  Will Basom doubled with two outs in the ninth to kick off the rally. An error put Blake Walker on, then Kyle Sisney’s single scored the first run of the inning. A Ryan Weber single loaded the bases for Mark McGonigle, who walked to make the score 6-3.  Miller Aldrich stepped to the plate and promptly drove a single to right, scoring a pair and closing the gap to 6-5. But Jake Holloway’s grounder couldn’t find the hole, and the defending champs came away with the victory.  Marshal's pitcher Daniel Meadows got the win after 3 2/3 innings of scoreless relief with four strikeouts.



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