Cardinals remain undefeated in 21-3A
SILSBEE — Bridge City’s Hayden Guidry made sure to remind the Silsbee Tigers and the rest of District 21-3A the Cardinals have an ace of a No. 2 pitcher on their staff.
Guidry struck out 12 Tigers in an 11-0 Cardinals win Friday in six innings at Silsbee Diamond. Bridge City is now 7-0 in the 21-3A standings. The Cardinals defeated the Tigers 6-0 on Wednesday behind 13 strike outs from Jake Lemoine.
Guidry had 11 strike outs through five innings and 10 through four innings. Guidry pitched all six innings and allowed three hits with only one walk.
The Cardinals’ offense continued to scorch the Tigers early as Chase Shugart had a 3-run homer in the top of the second inning. Hunter Uzzle decided one was simply not good enough and hit one right after Shugart to make it 4-0.
Uzzle added a triple to secure quite a great night at the plate for the Cardinals. Zach Smith and Mitchell Hubbard each had two-RBI singles while Cameron Dishon had a RBI single.
Bridge City collected eight hits against three Silsbee pitchers Friday and took advantage of four Tigers errors and three hit batters. The Cardinals also walked six times in the game.
The Cardinals will be at Ronnie Anderson Field Tuesday to face the Mustangs.
Bulldogs are road warriors in win over Lions
LIVINGSTON — The Nederland baseball team made its longest road trip of the season, but ended a two-game losing skid with a 2-0 victory over Livingston Friday in District 20-4A play.
The Bulldogs (11-9, 7-3) remain tied with Little Cypress-Mauriceville for second place in 20-4A, after LC_M beat Central 15-1 on Friday.
Nederland will travel to Beaumont Central on Saturday.
PN-G softball falls to Vidor
VIDOR — The Port Neches-Groves softball team suffered a setback in its quest to make the playoffs this season, falling to Vidor 5-2 in District 20-4A play.
PN-G (14-7, 8-5) got swept by the Lady Pirates this season, but remains tied with Livingston for fourth place after the Lady Lions lost 4-2 to district leaders Little Cypress-Mauriceville.
The road to the playoffs gets more complicated, though, as the Lady Indians need to beat Beaumont Central on Tuesday and have Livingston lose a home game against Vidor. That’s because Livingston owns the head-to-head tiebreaker with PN-G after sweeping the Lady Indians this season.
PN-G will hold Senior Night on Tuesday, hosting Central at 7 p.m.
Indians throttle Lumberton
PORT NECHES — The Port Neches-Groves baseball team cruised to a 21-4 victory over Lumberton Friday night in District 20-4A play.
The Indians (19-3, 10-0) own a three-game district lead with four games to play and can lock up a share of the district title with a victory Saturday.
PN-G will travel to Beaumont Ozen for its second game in as many days, playing the Panthers at 4 p.m.
Nederland girls romp over Ozen
BEAUMONT — The Nederland softball team extended a seven-game winning streak with a 18-1 victory over Beaumont Ozen on Friday in District 20-4A play.
MaKayla Kelly picked up the victory for the Lady Bulldogs.
Nederland (18-6, 10-3) remains in a tie for second place with Vidor. The Lady Bulldogs will host district leader Little Cypress-Mauriceville on Tuesday and can clinch a share of the district title with a victory.
Memorial baseball shut out by West Brook
The Port Arthur Memorial baseball team lost its third straight game, falling 10-0 to Beaumont West Brook in District 21-5A play.
Memorial (3-16, 2-9) will host La Porte on Tuesday.
Lady Titans fall to West Brook
The Port Arthur Memorial softball team lost 17-2 to Beaumont West Brook on Friday in District 21-5A play.
The Lady Titans (1-17, 0-8) will travel to La Porte on Tuesday.
Port Neches Groves 21, Lumberton 4
Little Cypress-Mauriceville 15, Beaumont Central 1
Nederland 2, Livingston 0
Vidor 5, Beaumont Ozen 2
West Brook 10, PA Memorial 0
Channelview 4, Baytown Sterling 3
North Shore 8, La Porte 4
Bridge City 11, Silsbee 0
Orangefield 16, West Orange-Stark 5
Hamshire-Fannett 16, Hardin-Jefferson 6
Vidor 5, Port Neches-Groves 2
Nederland 18, Beaumont Ozen 1
Little Cypress-Mauriceville 4, Livingston 2
West Brook 17, PA Memorial 2
Baytown Sterling 9, Channelview 1
Silsbee 2, Bridge City 1
Orangefield 5, West Orange-Stark 1
Hardin-Jefferson 11, Hamshire-Fannett 4
Cardinals remain undefeated in 21-3A
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