, Port Arthur, Texas


April 22, 2013

Area baseball roundup for April 22, 2013

Memorial falls to West Brook

The Port Arthur Memorial baseball team saw its playoff hopes officially end Monday, as the Titans fell 4-1 to Beaumont West Brook in District 21-5A play.

Memorial (11-13, 3-8) could have finished in a tie with fourth-place Baytown Sterling by winning Monday and again on Friday.

Freshman Ramiro Sanchez started for the Titans, throwing 5 innings while allowing one run on two hits and striking out five.  Teammate Jonathan Sanchez relieved Ramiro, finishing the final 2 innings while allowing three runs on three hits with one strikeout.

Ramiro Sanchez and Jonathan Sanchez were each 1 for 3 at the plate while catcher Abraham Cuevas was 1 for 3.

The Titans finish the season Friday at Laporte at 7 p.m.

Nederland drops to Lumberton

NEDERLAND — The Nederland baseball team couldn’t get a victory on Senior Night, falling 4-3 to Lumberton in District 20-4A play.

Nederland (21-4, 11-2) clinched the district championship with last Friday’s victory over Beaumont Ozen coupled with Port Neches-Groves losing to Vidor. That meant Lumberton (8-5) had much more to play for on Monday, as the Raiders are still fighting to maintain one of the final two playoff spots from 20-4A.

Mitchell Sanderson started for the Bulldogs, throwing 3 2/3 innings while allowing three hits and one run. The right-hander struck out nine and walked one. Jared Ramoin threw 5 1/3 innings of relief, giving up five hits and three runs while striking out 10.

Lumberton’s Trey Godeaux threw a complete game, pitching 9 innings while allowing seven hits and three runs with five walks and two strikeouts.

Nederland will close out the season at Beaumont Central at 7 p.m. Friday.

PN-G clinches playoff spot with win

BEAUMONT — The Port Neches-Groves baseball team bounced back from a disappointing week by clinching a playoff spot on Monday. The Indians beat Beaumont Ozen 13-3 to lock up at least one of District 20-4A’s playoff spots with one game left to play.

PN-G (14-12, 9-4) can take the second seed outright with a victory Friday, when the Indians host Livingston at 7 p.m.

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