Anacoco rips Elizabeth; Hornbeck, Simpson earn district wins
ELIZABETH - Drew Tebbe threw a strong six innings and connected on his second grand slam of the season as he guided the Anacoco Indians to a 15-5 district win Tuesday over the Elizabeth Bulldogs.
Tebbe gave up five runs on six hits over six innings with five strikeouts, while going 2-for-4 with a double, grand slam and four RBIs.
Landry Alligood and Reid Rodriguez each homered in the contest as well for the Indians. Alligood was 2-for-3 with three runs scored and an RBI, while Rodriguez was 1-for-4 with four RBIs and two runs scored.
Gentry Bennett led Anacoco with four hits in five plate appearances, driving in three runs and scoring twice, while Dylan Fitzgerald had a pair of hits, including a double, with a run scored.
HORNBECK - Trace Fox pitched two innings of no-hit ball, while Jaren Mitcham and JoJo Weeks each added a pair of hits as the Hornbeck Hornets downed the Ebarb Rebels in district play Tuesday, 14-1.
Mitcham blasted a home run, scored two times and had three RBIs, while Weeks also had three RBIs.
Cayden Fox added two hits and three runs scored, while Caleb Britt and Michael Mason had two RBIs apiece. Parker Alexander finished with a hit and two runs scored.
Trace Fox gave up no run on no hits with one strikeout in two innings.
EVANS - Simpson rallies from a three-run deficit to knock off Evans on Tuesday in district play, 9-5.
Preston Miller worked six innings to earn the win for the Broncos, giving up five runs on four hits with nine strikeouts.
Christian Williams finished with three hits for Simpson, including a pair of doubles, while driving in a run. Brayden Cutts and Coby Parker each had a pair of RBIs. Colby Gray, Chase Taylor and Rhett Petre each had two hits for the Broncos.
Wyatt Austin, who had a hit and an RBI, pitched five innings for Evans in the loss, giving up seven runs on 10 hits with seven strikeouts.
Zane West had a hit and two runs scored, while Ryne Kennedy had a hit and an RBI.
PICKERING - Braden LeBato had a pair of hits, but the Pickering Red Devils fell to the Vinton Lions on Tuesday in district play.
Donald Snead suffered the loss for the Red Devils in relief of Jace Donaldson, who pitched five strong innings.