Denton clinched a playoff spot out of the Rogers Hornsby Division and ran its win streak to eight in a row with a pair of 10-0 victories over Graham on Tuesday at the Ballpark on Bonnie Brae.
Andrew Brown homered in both contests for the Outlaws, who pounded 27 hits in 12 innings.
Eddie Degerman got the win in the opener, allowing one hit and striking out six in five innings. Josh Banda had three hits and a homer in the game.
In the nightcap, Kern Watts had three hits and drove in a pair of runs. Kyle Jones, Brian Spear, Kris Jenkins and Brown had two RBIs apiece. Corey Kluber notched the win with five innings of two-hit pitching.
Graham had scored 37 runs in its previous two games before producing just five hits in the two games on Tuesday.
Coppell sweeps key twinbill from McKinney: At Coppell, the Copperheads swept two games from McKinney by scores of 12-4 and 8-7 to take a three-game lead in the Tris Speaker Division with five games to play. Coppell sews up a playoff spot with one victory or a Euless loss.
Damon Sublett went 4-for-4 with five RBIs and Adam Moore added a three-run homer as Coppell cruised in the opener. A seven-run second inning was plenty of support for Ryne Tacker, who struck out 11.
In the nightcap, Anthony Jackson scored on a passed ball in the bottom of the sixth to give the Copperheads the win. Joseph Baum and Tyler Hill homered for Coppell.
Highland Park sweeps Euless: At Euless, Highland Park scored late in both games to take 5-3 and 5-4 victories over Euless at the Parks at Texas Star.
Jarod Freemans two-out single in the top of the seventh scored Tyler Jones to give the Blue Sox the victory in Game 1. Pitcher Seth Garrison homered for the LoneStars, who had just nine position players available.
Charlie Kingerys home run in the top of the sixth was the difference in the nightcap. Tony Lankfords three-run double in the fourth tied the game for Euless. Rodney Brantley (6-2) got the win and Nick Tess the save.
Weatherford 8, Mineral Wells 1: At Weatherford, Spencer Jackson went 3-for-5 with a homer and two RBIs as the Wranglers climbed back into second place in the Hornsby Division at Roger Williams Park.
Travis Reagan and Brendan Rubenstein had three hits apiece for Weatherford, while Robbie Winn drove in three runs.
Shawn Ferguson (4-2) struck out nine and allowed one unearned run in seven innings.
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