Highland Park 4,
Graham 3, 11 innings, Game 1
The game was a continuation of the game suspended by rain July 4 in Graham. The Blue Sox took a 3-0 lead in the first inning on a three-run homer by Drew Holder.
With the score tied in the 11th, Matt Berezay walked and stole second, he was driven in by a double from Greg ONeill with the winning run.
Mark Doll was the winner, throwing 10 innings, while Matt Langwell picked up the save for the Blue Sox.
Reliever Dan Donaldson threw eight innings of one-hit baseball as the Roughnecks clawed their way back in it before falling in extra innings.
Highland Park 2, 8 innings, Game 2
The Roughnecks bounced back in another extra inning affair with a win in game two. The Blue Sox held a 2-0 lead until Chris Walsh led off the ninth with a homer and Steve Ptak followed by reaching on an error. He stole second and was waved home after the throw went into the outfield and the relay throw became lodged in the Roughneck dugout.
In the eighth, Dustin Martin led off with a walk-off home run to give the Roughnecks the win and snap a two game losing streak.
Dustin Willis took the victory while Blake Feaser was saddled with the loss.
Mineral Wells 4,
The Steam snapped a five-game winning streak by the Copperheads with a walk-off homer from Chris Rusler in the bottom of the ninth. It was Ruslers first homer of the year.
Chad Linder was the winning pitcher after going three innings, allowing only one run on one hit.
Adam Morre and Trey Adams had a hit and an RBI for Coppell, while Lucas Engle took the loss.
Three McKinney pitchers combined for a three-hit shutout as the Marshalls edged past Denton to creep up on first-place Coppell.
Austin Creps got the win after firing six shut-out innings, fanning seven. Bryce Cox picked up the save.
Brandon Glover had two hits to lead the Marshalls offensively.
The Wranglers took advantage of nine Euless errors and a homer by Spencer Jackson on the way to a blow-out win.
Derrick Gordon pitched 5 1/3 innings of one run baseball to get the win, while Jackson added two more hits and two RBIs. Clay Britton, Robbie Winn and Roberto Mena each had two hits for Weatherford, who remained in first place in the Rogers Hornsby division with the victory.
Weatherford scored five runs in the second inning and five more in the eighth to put the game away.
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