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March 13, 2013

GC Baseball Roundup: Kerens' Anderson throws a perfect game

Mildred opens district with 8-7 win over Riesel

Brett Anderson threw a perfect game Tuesday, pitching Kerens to a 11-0 victory over LaPoyner on Tuesday.

Anderson threw 53 pitchers, 40 of them for strikes. He had seven strikeouts.

Kerens broke the game open with five runs in the third inning for a 7-0 lead. Anderson had two hits while Zach Duncan was 1 for 1.

Mildred 8, Riesel 7: Mildred fought and scrapped their way back from being down 6-3, scoring five runs in the final three innings to edge out Riesel for its first district win.

Will Burnham came up with a huge two-out, two-run single to put Mildred a head in the seventh.

Connor Hill got the start on the mound for the Eagles (4-9,1-0) but struggled to find the zone after the second. Hill struck out five but walked six and allowed all three of Riesel's hits.

Jase Butler was called upon to keep the Eagles in the game through the last 2 innings. Butler struck out three in his two innings of work giving up one walk and allowing no hits.

Wortham 12, Frost 2: Brandon Campbell had three hits and Devin Sessions picked up his first win as Wortham beat Frost 12-2 on Tuesday in a non-district game.

 

Tuesday's Line Scores

Kerens 11 LaPoynor 0


Kerens   205  22 -- 11  8   0

LaPoyner  000  00 -- 0   0   3

WP -- Brett Anderson 3 -0

LP -- Austin Tarrant

Top hitters -- Kerens: Zack Duncan 1-1, Brett Anderson 2-3, Ian Salas 1-2, Shelton Sayles 1-2, DJ Kamp 1-3, Michael Kline 1-3.

Records -- Kerens 6-2, 3-0 in 19-1A; LaPoynor 1-2.

Mildred 8, Riesel 7

Mildred   003  021  2 -- 8  11  4

Riesel     105  010  0 -- 7    3   0

WP -- Butler (2-0)

LP -- Morehouse

Top Hitters -- Mildred: Will Burnham 2-5 (2 RBIs, 2 runs), Raleigh Seilheimer 2-4 (2B, run), Nic Shimonek 2-3 (2B, 3B, RBI, 2 runs); Riesel: Morehouse 1-2 (2 runs), Kemp 1-3 (2 RBIs).

Records -- Mildred 4-9, 1-0 in 23-2A; Riesel 1-1 in 23-2A.

Non-District

Wortham 12, Frost 2


Wortham  101 262 — 12  10  1

Frost      100  010 — 2  5  4

WP — Devin Sessions (1-1)

LP — Jacob Stroder

Top hitters — Wortham: Brandon Campbell 3-5 (2B), Haden Proulx 2-4, Jordan Lansford 2-4; Frost: Blake 1-3, Robert Worley 1-3, Harrington 1-3, Terry 1-3.

Records — Wortham 5-7, Frost 1-2.

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