MANSFIELD — Mansfield Legacy edged Whitehouse 4-3 Saturday to complete a two-game sweep of their best-of-three Class 4A bi-district playoff series. The Wildcats finish the season with a 21-7 record.
Legacy advances to face McKinney North in the area round.
Ryan Cheatham took the loss with both he and Patrick Mahomes registering doubles to aid the Wildcats cause offensively in the loss.
Waxahachie 11, Lindale 1
WAXAHACHIE — The Lindale Eagles couldn't prevent Waxahachie from completing a two-game sweep in their best-of-three Class 4A bi-district playoff series.
The Eagles were stopped 11-1 on Saturday after falling 3-0 on Friday night.
The loss gives Lindale a 16-9 mark for the season.
"We struggled scoring runs at times (this season), but we've been good defensively and pitching," Lindale coach Russell Bowker said. "It didn't work out today. We propably had more errors today than we had all season.
We just got ourselves in a hole and it kind of snowballed from there. The effort from our kids was not an issue."
Tate Coomer drove in the Eagles run with an RBI single in the sixth.
Waxahachie advances to face Mt. Pleasant next week in the area round.
Gilmer 7, Van 3
GILMER — The Gilmer Buckeyes swept the Class 3A Region II bi-district series with a 7-3 victory over Van.
Gilmer advances to the area round of the playoffs next week.
Kade Clemens knocked in three runs and Bryce Tomlin gave up three unearned runs and had seven strikeouts in going the distance for the Buckeyes.
Leadoff hitter Jaidon Parrish had three hits, including a triple and Blevin Burns, Clemens, Nathan Jenkins each doubled for Gilmer.
Van 000 300 0 — 3 7 0
Gilmer 003 121 x — 7 9 5
Alto's Crisp pitches no-hitter in 11-0 area playoff win
Alto's Madison Crisp made sure the Lady Jackets moved on in the Class 1A playoffs, throwing a no-hitter in an 11-0 area win over Dallardsville Big Sandy on Friday night.
Madison finished one walk and seven strikeouts while Alto provided her with eight runs in the first two innings. Hanna Watson delivered an RBI double with Pam Arroyo adding a two-run single. All told, Alto had 13 hits.
Alyssa Duplichain finished with three RBIs for Alto (21-3), which now faces Zavalla in the regional quarterfinals.