Coronado's Esai Torres & Jett Carroll break down a performance that pulls their team even with Bulldogs in the district standings.
Every game has its own unique storylines with subplots and different twists and turns from start to finish.
Jaxson Aleman drove in three runs, and Monterey got 7 solid innings on the mound from Jackson Jolly for a 14-8 victory against Abilene Cooper in District 4-5A play at Moegle Field.
Trinity Christian had a plan going into its game Monday at Lubbock Christian, and after a gut-punch loss two days earlier, the Lions were bound and determined to stick to it.
Trinity seniors Roe Forrest & Drew Ashworth chat about a key Division III-District 1 victory against Lubbock Christian.
Veteran Kaylom Coats & sophomore pitcher Riley Schroeder break down Lubbock Christian's 3-2 triumph vs. the rival Lions.
It didn’t take long on Saturday to figure out that offense was going to be at a premium when Lubbock Christian and Trinity Christian collided.
Winning games conventionally doesn’t count any more than finding whatever means necessary to finish on top on a given day.
BIG SPRING -- Oscar Delgado tossed a 5-inning perfect game to help Estacado blast Big Spring 12-0 Tuesday in District 3-4A action.
Coronado's leadoff man Ben Tadlock and two-hole hitter Tucker Gideon discuss their big night.
Frenship's Barrett Workman & Haydden Kennard talk about a 13-3 victory against San Angelo Central.
Lubbock Christian’s weekend series against Fort Worth Lake Country began on a sour note and finished with an even less digestible final inning.
ABILENE -- For the first two games of the three-game series between Frenship and Abilene High, the Eagles put up enough resistance to make the Tigers work for their victories.
Momentum is a much different concept in baseball than other sports because the delineation between offense and defense is so distinct.
Lubbock High pitcher Brandon Smith tossed a 5-inning gem, holding Monterey scoreless on just three hits and the Westerners routed the Plainsmen 10-0 in a District 4-5A clash ended by the run rule.
Coronado came out swinging Tuesday against Abilene Cooper and took care of business quickly in a 13-1 triumph in District 4-5A action at O’Banion Field.
When you have established a role as a team to beat and are taking on a proud program in the kind of rebuild mode it hasn’t endured in a generation, there are a couple of things your players take the diamond searching to check off quickly.
Estacado had a tough time slowing down Snyder’s offense Saturday, but the Matadors had plenty of answers in a 12-10 victory in District 3-4A play.
Baseball games are won is a lot of different ways, and the victories that end in orthodox methods count just as much as the tried-and-true.
WOLFFORTH -- Who doesn’t love getting free stuff? You can bet the Midland Lee players didn’t mind Friday when they tangled with Frenship in the middle game of a District 2-6A three-game series.
Lubbock-Cooper used three crooked innings and a strong performance on the mound to glide past Lubbock High 10-1 in District 4-5A play on Thursday at Pirate Field.
With a long district slate ahead, Estacado was looking at the wrong end of a blowout loss Tuesday when Big Spring visited to start the District 3-4A season.
For 5 innings Friday, Coronado’s batters flirted with doing some serious damage against a solid Plainview team in the first game of the day at the First Bank Classic.
It wasn’t that Lubbock-Cooper hitter weren’t swinging the bats early on Thursday against Estacado pitcher Landon Hernandez when the two teams collided on the first day of the First Bank Classic.