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Area H.S. Playoff Scores & East Girls Golf News Updated Friday 10:42 p.m.

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Here are Friday night's area high school baseball and softball scores. East baseball wins game one of its 5A Area playoff series at Medina Valley, 13-3. Dillon Smith goes 6.2 innings to get the win. Kyle Carter goes 3-for-3 with two RBI's and three runs scored. Isaiah Salas goes 4-for-5 with two RBI's. Bernard Murphy with a two-run double. Game two is Saturday noon at Riverside Stadium. Calhoun baseball loses game one of its 5A Area playoff series to Boerne Champion, 8-1. Game two is Saturday morning at 11:00 at Jourdanton Sports Complex. Cuero baseball takes game one of its 4A Area playoff series over Sinton, 4-2. Game two is Saturday afternoon at 5:00 at Jourdanton. Cuero softball takes game one of its 4A regional quarterfinal series over Rio Hondo, 9-0. Game two is Saturday at 5:00 at Tuloso-Midway. Hallettsville softball takes game one of its 3A Regional Quarterfinal series over Industrial, 5-2. Game two of the series is Saturday afternoon at 4:00 in Weimar. An East All-District golfer makes her college signing commitment. Zayda Cedillo will sign with Stephen F. Austin. Zayda won individual medalist honors at the district tournament at The Club At Colony Creek last month, then she took second place at regionals in San Antonio, qualifying her for her second straight trip to state.  Last October in the VISD girls invitational, Cedillo shot a Titan girls record 69.

Webb Simpson didn't miss anything except the island green at the TPC Sawgrass.
Simpson was on the verge of shattering the course record at The Players Championship until he hit a sand wedge into the water on the notorious par-3 17th. He settled for a 9-under 63 to tie the course record, giving him a five-shot lead going into the weekend.
Simpson was the seventh player to shoot 63, the last five since 2013.
He was at 15-under 129, tying the 36-hole tournament record set by Jason Day two years ago.
Charl Schwartzel (66), Patrick Cantlay (68) and Danny Lee (66) were five behind.

Julien Guerrier of France and Lucas Bjerregaard of Denmark had a one-stroke lead at the halfway stage of the Sicilian Open on Friday.
Guerrier was the only player in the field yet to drop a shot after adding a 65 to his opening 68 to be 9-under-133, a total later matched by joint overnight leader Bjerregaard, who had a 68 in windy conditions.
Ryan Evans, who was the other overnight leader, had four bogeys in a round of 69 to slip a shot behind the top two.
French golfer Mike Lorenzo-Vera was another stroke back after a 64, the lowest score of the week at Verdura Golf Club.
Guerrier regained his playing privileges via the Challenge Tour last season and is already on course for his best season on the European Tour.
"I made no bogeys so, in these conditions, in two rounds, to make no bogeys is really good," Guerrier said. "I come from La Rochelle where it's very windy, so I think it helped me a lot."

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