Southwood handed Airline in its first district loss as the Cowboys beat the Vikings 3-1 but lost 15-1 in Saturday’s double-header.
In the Cowboys win, Christian Harris picked up with the win while Zack Dare drove in two runs. Jacob James, Peyton Coker and Jarrett Bamburg each recorded two hits in Airline’s loss.
The Vikings (18-9, 8-1 District 1-5A) finished the 15-1 win after the game was delayed from Thursday. Kyle Backofen allowed just two hits as the winning pitcher with Tanner Daniel Peyton Davis, Babnurg, Hayden Waxley and Cameron Taylor each picking up two hits. Bamburg and Taylor each had RBIs.
Captain Shreve 9, Haughton 8
Shreve catcher Bryant Bowen blasted his seventh home run of the season as he totaled three RBIs in the win.
Cameron Jacobs continued his hot weekend with two RBIs while Anthony Stallcup supplied two hits for the Gators (15-13, 6-3). Reid DuBois earned the win, but Tanner Johnson made his first start after recovering from knee surgery.
Haughton’s Seth Ryan recorded four RBIs in the loss.
Byrd 12/10, Parkway 2/3
Byrd pounded the baseball as Brennan Ertz, Chance Cole and Trent Touchet hit home runs in the sweep.
Steele Netterville and Andrew Robinson earned wins.
Benton 3, Minden 1
Aaron Sheppard allowe just two hits as the Tigers (19-8, 6-1) scored two sixth-inning runs to pull past Minden (7-13, 2-4).
Tyler Stephens had two RBIs and Branson Woodward contributed two hits.
North DeSoto 7, Northwood 6
Alex Boone hit a home run and earned the win as the Griffins (16-5, 7-1) hold on to a half-game lead against Benton in District 1-4A.
Matt Ramsey, Kyle Tyson and Hunter Speights (two RBIs) each had two hits, and Brad Thomas had two RBIs.
Losing pitcher Cole Barnette had two hits, joining Deauton Delgado and Preston Matlock.
Evangel 1, Ouachita Christian 0
In a battle of top three teams in their respective classes, Evangel’s Joey Usie delivered the win with his fifth-inning run.
Collin Beckermeyer got caught in a rundown to allow Usie to score from third.
Evangel’s Shane Miears allowed four hits in the shutout while the Eagles managed just five hits against OCS’ Aaron George.
Lakeside 7, Loyola 2
Lakeside racked up 12 hits led by Coulson White (3-for-4) to supply Trent Geis (4-1) with plenty of support.
Geis had two hits and Luke Griffith added two hits to overcome a Dean Hamiter home run and two hits by Bryce Tolliver.
Calvary 5, Pineville 3
Sarah Chamberlain (16-4) struck out nine batters and allowed four hits in the win.
Tiffany Williams hit a home run and had three RBIs while Marissa Reed added three hits.
North DeSoto 2, Kaplan 1
E.C. Delafield held Kaplan to one run on five hits in the win.
Katie May had two RBIs and Maddie Burchell had two hits, including a triple.