The Humble Wildcats baseball team opened District 22-6A play with a 6-4 loss to Sam Rayburn. Anthony Tejada drove in two runs and Austin Torres knocked in another, but the Wildcats’ four-run ninth-inning rally fell just short. Tejada worked 5 2/3 innings on the mound, striking out six. Samuel Ramirez finished up, fanning two Texans batters.
The Eagles baseball team dropped its District 22-6A opener, 5-0, to Kingwood last week. Brice Matthews had two hits and Tyler Byrd added another for Atascocita, which started the season 8-4, including back-to-back shutouts of Klein Cain (8-0) and Cy-Creek (6-0). Steven Cortina and Nicholas Dziedzic combined to blank Klein Cain while Zachry Schneider tossed a one-hitter at Cy-Creek.
The Mustangs baseball team opened District 22-6A play last week with an impressive 5-0 win over Atascocita. Masyn Winn threw a complete-game shutout, handcuffing the Eagles on four hits while striking out 11. He also drove in a run. Tre Richardson collected two hits and both Tanner Evans and Sam Friday contributed with one RBI.
Cam Rhodes collected three hits while Ethan Herrera and Noah Zamora added two apiece in a recent 4-2 win at Bellaire. The Falcons also grabbed a 4-3 win over Needville. Pitchers Raymond Bishop and Micah Hakes struck out four batters apiece.
The Panthers baseball team opened District 20-5A play last week with a 3-0 loss to Montgomery. Matthew Burke and A.J. Gonzalez had hits for Kingwood Park, which bounced back in the Fort Bend Tournament with an 11-run inning, scoring 10 of those with two outs, in defeating Bellaire 16-10. Tyler Boutot had four hits and Parker Roberts delivered two hits and four RBIs. Clay Sowell drove in three runs and Matt King added two hits.
The Summer Creek girls’ basketball team reached the UIL Class 6A State Tournament semifinals this season and finished with a record of 33-7 under head coach Carlesa Dixon. The Lady Bulldogs won the Region III title and advanced to the state tournament for the first time. The history-making season came to a close with a 58-49 setback at the hands of DeSoto in the recent state semifinals game. Maliyah Johnson scored 20 points and Halle Jones finished with 18 more in the game for Summer Creek. Mailyn Wilkerson rounded out the scoring with seven points.