MESQUITE – It was a Saturday pitcher’s duel worth the price of admission.
HAWKINS — Como-Pickton Eagle track teams competed at Hawkins on Saturday under the sunny skies.
The varsity finished second out of 10 schools with 87 points competing with only six athletes.
“This is this most points we have scored in two years in any meet,” Como-Pickton Eagles head track coach Greg Roller said. “The kids are starting to show more confidence in themselves, which is allowing them to really compete.”
MESQUITE – Sulphur Springs took a 2-0 lead early, but saw Ennis come roaring back with six runs in the middle innings to take a 7-4 win Friday in the Mesquite Tournament.
The loss was the first of the year for the Wildcats as they fell to 4-1 overall, 1-1 in standings for the Mesquite event. The Lions out-hit the Wildcats 12 to 6 in the game.
Sulphur Springs head baseball coach Jerrod Hammack was not concerned so much with the loss, but the way it happened.