• December 20, 2014

Friday's Area Roundup Lady Roos edge Ellison in girls soccer finale

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Posted: Saturday, March 22, 2014 1:48 am

Kaitlyn McVeigh, Alyssa Williams and Alejandra Macias each scored a goal to lead the Killeen Lady Roos to a 3-2 win over Ellison on Friday.

Killeen’s assists were by Britaney Brooks, Chriscina Lampkin and Williams. Ellison’s goals were scored by Alyssa Conde and Lulu Moreno.

This was the season finale for both teams. Killeen finished District 8-5A play with a 3-11 record and Ellison was 5-9.

“This was our best offensive passing game of the year,” said Killeen head coach Richard Romeo. “I want to mention our seniors for all the hard work they’ve given us: Kaitlyn, Britaney, Mary Jane Guerra, Alana Lowes and Angie Arreaga. Angie played fantastic tonight, she’s the heart and soul of our team.”

TEMPLE 2, COPPERAS COVE 1: At Copperas Cove, Amanda Arrisola scored the Lady Bulldawgs’ lone goal in the season finale. With the loss, Copperas Cove finishes the season with a 5-9 record in District 8-5A play.

Softball

ELLISON 18, SHOEMAKER 3: At Ellison, Laryn Brinkman went 3 for 3, but Shoemaker fell to KISD rival Ellison.

The loss drops the Lady Grey Wolves to 1-7 in District 8-5A play.

Marissa Franklin also had a strong game at the plate, going 2 for 2.

Shoemaker takes on Temple on Tuesday while Ellison hosts Waco Midway.

TEMPLE 13, KILLEEN 0, 5 INN.: Screwball, riseball, curveball — everything worked for Temple pitcher Lexi Smith.

The senior was perfect at Tem-Cat Field, striking out 13 of the 15 batters Killeen sent to the plate en route to a five-inning, victory that wrapped up the first half of the Tem-Cats’ District 8-5A schedule.

Killeen (2-27, 0-7) put just two balls in play — both groundouts — and Temple (9-13, 5-2) was strong at the plate against the Lady Roos (2-24).

Killeen coach Randy James said his team needed to get some early bunts down to have a chance against Smith (9-12), but the Lady Roos struggled all night to make contact.

BASEBALL

LLANO 9, GATESVILLE 1: At Gatesville, the Hornets could not produce anything offensively, finishing with just three hits, while their defense committed four errors in a home loss. Llano scored two runs in the first inning and increased its lead to 7-0 with a five-run third inning. Trailing 8-0, Gatesville finally responded, scoring its lone run on an RBI from Tristan Harbour. The loss drops Gatesville’s overall record to 7-13-1 and gives the Hornets their second consecutive loss to start District 8-3A play.

LAMPASAS 6, BROWNWOOD 5: At Lampasas, the Badgers scored three runs in the bottom of the seventh inning, including two on a home run over the left field wall by senior Ralph Marez. The victory improves Lampasas’ District 8-3A record to 1-1.

BELTON 6, COPPERAS COVE 0: At Copperas Cove, Belton scored four runs in the top of the first inning and never let up en route to a shutout victory. Jayson Cole produced the Bulldawgs’ only hit of the game, and Copperas Cove’s defense committed three errors in the loss. The defeat drops the Bulldawgs’ overall record to 9-5-1 and 2-2 in District 8-5A play.

Badger tennis turns in solid showing at Hendrickson tourney

Lampasas competed in the Pflugerville Hendrickson tournament Friday along with more than 20 other teams and delivered a strong showing, according to head coach Kenneth Peiser.

In girls doubles, Sami McKenzie and Tara Pergande finished second, while the boys tandem of Shrader Davis and J.D. Bynum placed fourth.

In singles, Michaela Ellison finished second and Carolyn Laborde won the consolation championship for the Lady Badgers, and Tyler Connell placed fourth in boys singles.

“Bowie was the dominant team that we ran into in the semis and quarters of our draws, as well as Cedar Ridge and Austin Anderson,” Peiser said. “With so many teams, we did a pro set for each match until the semis, which we then played two out of three. Some players had five matches on the day.”

In mixed doubles, the tandems of Shane Moore-Rhiannon Wright and Tristan Myrick-Leigh Adamski each went 1-1, as did the boys duo of Lance Cofield and Marcus Morua and the girls duo of Laura Bynum and Alexis Kaufert.

Brian Collier went 2-1 in singles.

Lampasas is off next week.

Cru baseballers sweep doubleheader from Ozarks

BELTON — Tripp Reeves drove in Dakota Parsons with a game-winning sacrifice fly in the bottom of the 10th inning and the Mary Hardin-Baylor baseball team completed a doubleheaders sweep of the University of the Ozarks on Friday.

UMHB won 13-12 after taking the opener 10-3.

Parsons was 3 for 3 with three RBIs as UMHB (15-3, 12-2 American Southwest) outhit Ozarks (7-12, 4-10) 12-7 in the first game.

The Cru overcame six errors and a two-run ninth inning deficit to win the finale.

Chase Burrow’s one-out, two-run homer in the bottom of the ninth tied the game at 10 and sent it to extra innings.

Parsons had a one-out single in the bottom of the 10th, stole second and advanced to third when the pitch got past the Eagles’ catcher. He then easily scored on Reeves’ sacrifice fly.

UMHB softball sweeps UT-Dallas

RICHARDSON — The Mary Hardin-Baylor softball team swept a doubleheader against Texas-Dallas on Friday evening, winning 4-3 and 7-5.

Emily Marrs secured the 4-3 win for the Cru with a sacrifice fly, allowing Myranda Hinojosa to score the winning run.

Tori Gomez was 3 for 4 with a three-run homer and four RBIs for UMHB (10-10, 9-8 American Southwest) in the nightcap.

UMHB will return to action today for an 11 a.m. game against UT-Dallas. The Cru returns home Monday to host Linfield College in a 3 p.m. doubleheader.

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