The matchup between Coppell and Duncanville for Friday night was postponed due to weather. Coppell has almost had as many games rained out (6) than games played (7). The teams are looking into resheduling the game and the date will be announced soon. But other teams were in action, including Wichita Falls as they construct a late inning rally to take down the Outlaws.
WICHITA FALLS 6, DENTON 4
The Wichita Falls Roughnecks scored two runs in both the eigth and ninth innings to beat the Denton Outlaws, 6-4. In the top of the ninth inning, Roughneck centerfielder RJ Harris, who came into the game just an inning earlier as a defensive replacement, blooped a double that landed in between the Outlaws shortstop, left and centerfielders. Harris' hit scored catcher Brian Groth who reached after being hit by a Billy Concannon fastball. Bobby Verbick went 3-4 for the Outlaws, including a sixth inning home run he hit over the left field wall.
MCKINNEY 5, BRAZOS VALLEY 1
In a rain delayed game between the McKinney Marshals and the Brazos Valley Bombers, both teams took a while to get warmed up. McKinney started the scoring in the 4th and added another in the 5th on a Brett Nommensen single. The Bombers answered back in the top of the 6th with a Mark McGonigle home run but in the bottom of the inning Derek Wiley answered back with a two run shot of his own. The Marshals added another run in the 8th for the final game score of 5-1. The win goes to Jonathan Runnels (1-0) and the loss goes to Clint Helms (0-2).
COLLEYVILLE 3, MINERAL WELLS 1
Sean Devine struck out five batters and combined with four relievers to hold Mineral Wells to one run as Colleyville defeated the Steam 3-1 on Friday at Pratt Field. Devine earned his first win of the season and helped Colleyville earn its fifth victory. Colleyville's Andy Revell was 2-for-4 with two RBI. Austin Knight also had a multi-hit night with a 2-for-4 effort and a run batted in. Steam starter Wade Mackey struck out seven and gave up just one earned run but was tagged with the loss.