It was fitting that Brazos Valley's Kip Masuda, who is a native of Hawaii, had a big night during Coppell's promotional "Hawaiian Night" going 3-for-5 with two home runs and four RBI to help lead the Bombers to a key win over the Copperheads.
BRAZOS VALLEY 7, COPPELL 2
Bombers' Kip Masuda, a Hawaiian Native, took full advantage of Hawaiian night in Coppell, going 3-for-5 with a pair of homers and 4 RBI. Brazos Valley's starting pitcher, Scooter Hicks had a strong outing, pitching six innings allowing only two runs over four hits and striking out seven Copperheads. Coppell's reliever Jake McCarter had a strong relief appearance, striking out seven consecutive Bombers, but Coppell couldn't seem to put the bat on the ball and ended up losing by the score of 7-2.
COLLEYVILLE 3, MCKINNEY 2
In the third meeting of the season between the McKinney Marshals and the Colleyville LoneStars resulted in the first home loss for the Marshals. Both starting pitchers pitched well as Colleyville’s Will Weidig (3-0) pitched five innings only allowing a home run in the 2nd to Bryan Holaday. Stephen Richards of the Marshals also pitched five innings allowing no runs in a no decision. The LoneStars got three runs in the 6th as Tyler Weber, Kyle Livingstone and Charlie Blackmon all produced a run in the inning. Myrio Richard added a home run himself in the 9th but that was all the Marshals could manage losing 3-2. The loss went to Mike Lee (0-1).
DUNCANVILLE 4, DENTON 2
Starting pitcher Ricky Testa worked seven strong innings, scattering three hits and two unearned runs. The big hit for Duncanville came in the seventh inning as shortstop Jason Dabbs hit a two run blast to left, giving the Deputies a 4-1 lead. Tyler Ladendorf was 2-4 with a double and run scored for the Outlaws.
WEATHERFORD 12, MINERAL WELLS 5
The Weatherford Wranglers found themselves downearly but scored eight runs in the bottom of the fifth inning en route to a 12-5 win over the Mineral Wells Steam Saturday night at Roger Williams Ballpark. Matt Whatley led the hitting parade for the Wranglers going 3-for-5 with three RBI to get the win over Mineral Wells 12-5. Mineral Wells pushed across one run in each of the first four innings and held a 4-2 after four in a game that featured four errors apiece for the two teams. But after Mineral Wells was shut down in the top of the fifth, Weatherford’s bats exploded and they never looked back.