The game originally scheduled in Mineral Wells was moved to Wichita Falls due to rain.
MINERAL WELLS 4, WICHITA FALLS 2
Bo Coffman's two-run single keyed a four-run eighth inning to lift Mineral Wells past Wichita Falls 4-2 Monday night at Hoskins Field. The big inning made a winner out of Taylor Rogers, who pitched seven dominant innings as the Steam improved to 3-13 on the season. Rogers limited Wichita Falls to a single run on Chris McGuire's second homer of the season. The Tulane University product allowed five hits, while striking out seven and walking none to even his record at 1-1. Andrew Womack came on to to pitch the final two frames to earn his first save of the summer. Wichita Falls' Russell Young was also brilliant for the Roughnecks as he weaved seven innings of three-hit ball while striking out six before he gave way to brother, Robert Young. The Steam was able to get to Robert for four unearned runs in the top of the eighth as the scoring barrage came with two outs in the inning. Stephen Halford paced the Mineral Wells attack with two hits, while Ryan Rummel and Corey Leedy each had a pair of hits for the Roughnecks, who fell to 8-5 on the season.
DENTON 4, WEATHERFORD 0
The Denton Outlaws' big second inning propels them past the Weatherford Wranglers 4-0. The Outlaw pitching staff was impressive only allowing two Wrangler hits on the night including starter Trevor Harden only giving up one hit in seven strong innings. Denton's Thomas Field, Tyler Ladendorf and Jeremy Gould all had an RBI to seal the win for the Outlaws.