Tuesday night round-up 15 April 2008Posted by Observer Sports in Analysis.
It was a big night for our local baseball and softball teams with most teams still locked in the thick of the playoff scramble.
Hats off to New Caney head baseball coach Donnie Randell and the Eagle baseball team as the team powered past C.E. King 9-4 tonight to give Randell his 400th coaching win.
In the Humble ISD, Kingwood traveled to Atascocita for an emotional senior night for the Lady Eagles as the team honored its first soon-to-be graduating class.
Kingwood managed to hold on for a 5-4 win and retain second place in District 21-5A, with both teams flashing their bats early. Atascocita pitcher Alyssa Romero tied the game at one in the bottom of the first by blasting a home run over the left center fence that sent the Atascocita bench and fans wild. Kingwood’s Jennifer Bergeron answered right back in the top of the second with a home run of her own, putting the Lady Mustangs up 2-1. Kingwood never looked back after that.
Over in Spring, the Lady Lions pounded Klein 8-0 to bounce back from their 2-1 loss to Tomball last Friday. Pitcher Marissa Salinas picked up the win while the Lady Lion offense cranked out hit after hit.
Atascocita vs. Channelview, not reported
Kingwood 11, Humble 1
Baytown Sterling 8, Bmnt. West Brook 1
Baytown Lee vs. P.A. Memorial, not reported
Spring 6, Westfield 2
New Caney 9, C.E. King 4
Kingwood 5, Atascocita 4
Baytown Lee 10, Channelview 0
Bmnt. West Brook 11, Humble 1
Spring 8, Klein 0
Klein Oak 16, Westfield 0
Tomball 3, Klein Collins 2
Splendora 12, Liberty 0