Hallettsville, Cuero Baseball Lose In Regional Semifinal Openers
The last time Hallettsville baseball played at Riverside Stadium, the Brahmas put on a huge rally last Saturday to advance.
I was at Riverside Wednesday night as the Brahmas took on Bishop, game one of their 3A regional semifinals. Bishop sophomore pitcher Kobe Jaramillo, shutting out the Brahmas through five with nine strikeouts. Hallettsville sophomore pitcher Ryan Targac, giving up a run in the third, then giving up this rbi single to Gino Huizar in the fifth. Jaramillo tosses the shutout in Bishop’s 4-0 win. Game two of the series is Saturday afternoon at 4;00 in Sinton, with game three, if needed, 30 minutes after game two.
Cuero baseball, losing its first 4A regional semifinal series game in a decade to Sweeny, 3-1.
All games in this series are in Weimar, with. game two Saturday afternoon at 5:00, and game three, if needed, 30 minutes after game two.
Chris Andritsos belted two homers and knocked in four runs Wednesday as 11th-seeded Texas A&M blanked No. 3 seed Georgia 7-0 in the Southeastern Conference Tournament.
The victory enabled the Aggies (38-19) to remain in the winners’ bracket in the double-elimination portion of this tournament. Texas A&M faces No. 7 seed Auburn (39-19), which defeated No. 2 seed Mississippi 9-3, on Thursday.
Georgia (37-18) faces Mississippi (42-15) in an elimination game Thursday.
Andritsos ripped a three-run homer in the seventh inning and a solo shot in the ninth. He also singled and scored in the fourth.
Texas A&M’s Asa Lacey (3-1) struck out eight and allowed three hits and three walks in six innings. Cason Sherrod had five strikeouts and one walk in three innings of hitless relief.
Georgia starter C.J. Smith (1-1) struck out six and allowed six hits and two runs in four innings.
Jackson Goddard was dominant as Kansas beat top-seeded Texas 3-2 on Wednesday in the Big 12 Tournament.
Goddard gave up just one run and two hits in 6 2/3 innings against the Big 12 regular-season champions.
The Jayhawks advanced to play Baylor on Thursday. Baylor defeated Oklahoma 4-0 earlier Wednesday.
Kansas broke a scoreless tie when Brendt Citta doubled to score Devin Foyle in the top of the fourth. Citta later scored on a sacrifice fly by Skyler Messinger.
Texas’ DJ Petrinsky knocked in Masen Hibbeler in the fifth to cut Kansas’ lead to 2-1 but Foyle answered with a solo homer in the eighth.
Texas threatened in the ninth. Kody Clemens’ deep fly to center with one on was caught. Ryan Reynolds’ RBI single made it 3-2 and put the tying runner on third with two outs. A ground out ended the game.