Sulphur Springs teams had mixed results from recent tournament competition.
The Wildcats ran into a buzzsaw in Ennis.
“We faced Mansfield’s ace pitcher and lost 10-0,” said Jerrod Hammack, Sulphur Springs head boys baseball coach. “Brennan Brock got our only hit. The pitcher is really good, he has signed to play at the University of Texas-Arlington.”
Garret Hood was the tough luck losing pitcher despite a good outing. Hood allowed seven hits in six innings, walking two.
Sulphur Springs had seven errors which allowed in five unearned runs.
The Wildcats (8-3) close out the Ennis Tournament at 2:30 p.m. Saturday taking on Red Oak.
The Lady Cats had better luck winning 8-0 over Lindale in early Saturday action.
Sulphur Springs erupted for five runs in the first inning to take control of the game played against the host school in the Lindale Tournament.
Kasey Moore was mighty at the bat with three hits which included a double, triple, home run for four runs batted in. Moore, since beginning softball after the end of basketball season has more RBIs than games played.
Kristen Allen also had a double and one run plated. Kiara Johnson also contributed one hit, one run batted in. Makayla Glosson added a hit in the big win.
Molly Johnston, Glosson and Moore all swiped bases.
Katie Sapaugh got the win in the circle. Sapaugh pitched seven innings giving up five hits, no runs or walks, while fanning five batters.
Sapaugh threw 93 pitches with 60 for strikes.
The Lady Cats end the tournament with a 3:20 p.m. game Saturday against Mount Vernon.
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