Six was oh so sweet a number for the Brazos Valley Bombers against the Texarkana Twins on Tuesday night at Travis Park.
The Brazos Valley Bombers will play the Texarkana Twins for the Texas Collegiate League title at 7:05 p.m. Tuesday at Travis Field.
The game’s only error gave the Brazos Valley Bombers a 5-4, 12-inning victory and a sweep of their Texas Collegiate League’s best-of-3 divisional series over the Acadiana Cane Cutters on Sunday night at Travis Field.
YOUNGSVILLE, La. — Dontae Woodard and Hunter Dobbins pitched the Brazos Valley Bombers to a 2-0 victory over Acadiana Cane Cutters in a Texas Collegiate League best-of-3 divisional opener Saturday night.
The pitching-depleted Texarkana Twins helped the Brazos Valley Bombers put on a second fireworks show at Travis Field on Friday night.
With two nights left in the Texas Collegiate League’s regular season, the overall title is up for grabs.
Victoria’s Marshall Skinner had the swing that counted most and the Brazos Valley Bombers had too many swing and misses as the visiting Generals grabbed a 5-2 victory Sunday night at Travis Field.
YOUNGSVILLE, La. — Deanville lost to Brownsville Stealth 11-1 in the Pony League 14 & Under South Zone Championship baseball losers’ bracket final for the National bracket on Saturday at the Youngsville Sports Complex.
College Station senior outfielder Bryson Lucas and A&M Consolidated senior relief pitcher Daniel Pugh earned honorable mention on the Texas Sports Writers Association’s Class 5A All-State Baseball Team.
YOUNGSVILLE, La. — Deanville lost to Mizuno-Brownsville 24-2 in the Pony League 14 & Under South Zone Championship baseball winners’ bracket final for the National bracket on Friday afternoon at the Youngsville Sports Complex.
YOUNGSVILLE, La. — Myles Miller allowed just one hit over four shutout innings, while Carson Parker, Ivan Soto and Lucas Peel helped lead the offense as Deanville beat Brownsville Stealth 7-3 in the Pony League 14 & Under South Zone Championships on Thursday.
YOUNGSVILLE, La. — Deanville defeated Baytown 19-13 in the first round of the Pony League 14 & Under South Zone Championships on Wednesday afternoon at the Youngsville Sports Complex.
Lexington junior first baseman Tyler Justice was a first-team pick on the Texas Sports Writers Association’s Class 3A baseball team. Justice batted .559 with six home runs and 42 runs batted in. Franklin senior catcher Luke Ely and senior second baseman Colton Ortner earned honorable mention…
Burton first baseman Aaron Kohring and Iola catcher Jagger Vaughn and outfielder Bryn Roberts earned all-state honors on the Texas Sports Writers Association’s Class 2A All-State Baseball Team. Kohring made the second team while Vaughn and Roberts were third-team picks.
Former Texas A&M player Jay Sirianni was introduced Tuesday as Sam Houston State’s baseball coach, taking over for Matt Deggs who was hired at Louisiana-Lafayette two weeks ago.
BRYAN — Pitcher/shortstop Alex Magers, who led D’Hanis to a state championship, is the Texas Sports Writers Association’s Class A baseball player of the year.
VICTORIA — The Brazos Valley Bombers scored twice in the first inning, but it was all Victoria the rest of the way as the Generals claimed an 8-2 Texas Collegiate League victory Monday night at Riverside Stadium.
Both the Brazos Valley Bombers and Texarkana Twins had opportunities to put away the win Sunday night, but in the end, the Twins took advantage. Texarkana beat the Bombers 6-5 in 11 innings in Texas Collegiate League action at Travis Field.
The Brazos Valley Bombers’ two off days couldn’t have come at a better time.
Even a full season of pitching in front of sold-out Big 12 Conference ballparks couldn’t totally prepare Hunter Dobbins for that trot from the bullpen at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha, Nebraska.
The X Factor Elite 12U baseball team went 5-2 to win their division’s title earlier this month at the Disney International Salute to Baseball in Orlando, Florida, at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex. The team includes: (front row from left) Brandon Cooks, Daniel Acuna, Randon Cooks, Sim…
As storms bubbled up in northern Brazos Valley on Monday, a shift in the wind changed the Brazos Valley Bombers’ offensive fortunes in an 8-7 walk-off win over the Acadiana Cane Cutters at Travis Field.
Texas A&M outfielder Zach DeLoach and Texas pitcher Kolby Kubichek had solid performances in Sunday’s Cape Cod All-Star game.
Former A&M Consolidated pitcher John Altman has been working on his secondary pitches during his summer playing for the Brazos Valley Bombers, but his “old reliable” — the two-seam fastball — served him well in a 2-0 win over the Acadiana Cane Cutters Sunday night at Travis Field.
The Brazos Valley pitchers took the old adage of bend but don’t break to another level Saturday in defeating Baton Rouge 4-0 at Travis Field.
VICTORIA — The Victoria Generals rallied from a seven-run deficit for a 10-8 victory over the league-leading Brazos Valley Bombers in Texas Collegiate League action Friday night.
Fifteen Brazos Valley baseball seniors earned Texas High School Baseball Coaches All-State Academic honors.
The league-leading Brazos Valley Bombers rolled to a 9-5 victory over the Victoria Generals on Thursday night in the opener of a two-game series matching the Texas Collegiate League’s best teams.
Western Hills rallied from deficits twice to defeat Lufkin 11-9 in the Little League Major Baseball Section 1 tournament championship game Thursday at Bachmann Park.
The Acadiana Cane Cutters continued their strong second-half start in the Texas Collegiate League with a 6-4 victory over the Brazos Valley Bombers on Wednesday night at Travis Park.
Kolt Larsen pitched a complete game, needing only 76 pitches, and hit a pair of home runs to lead Lufkin to a 7-2 victory over Western Hills in the Little League Major Baseball Section 1 tournament Wednesday at Bachmann Park.
The Columbus 8-, 9- and 10-year old Softball Little League All-Star Team defeated Brazos County 4-0 on Tuesday night in Pflugerville to win the Section 1 title. Columbus advances to the Texas East State tournament in El Campo this weekend.
The Bryan United 8-, 9- and 10-year old Baseball Little League All-Star Team dropped a 7-4 game to Western Hills on Tuesday night in a Section 1 elimination game in Pflugerville.
Shawn Morado belted a two-run homer in the top of the eighth inning to give Lufkin a 5-4 victory over the College Station Major Boys All-Stars on Tuesday night in the Section 1 Little League tournament at Bachmann Park.
Baseball coach Scott Holder threw College Station a curve when he left for Prosper last month, but the Cougars were lucky enough to already have someone on staff they consider a home-run replacement.
The College Station Major Baseball All-Star Team grabbed a 7-0 victory over Smithville on Monday at Bachmann Park. The matchup wasn’t as stressful as its first two games, but there was nothing easy about the host squad staying alive.
BRENHAM — Chase Wheaton, who was an outfielder at Brenham, has been hired as the school’s head baseball coach. Wheaton spent last season at Pearland, going 22-8, including a 13-1 record in District 23-6A to win the league title by two games over Houston Strake Jesuit.
Seven proved lucky instead of fatal for College Station, which held on for an 8-7 victory over Bellville in Sunday’s Major Baseball Section 1 Little League All-Star elimination game at Bachmann Park.
AUSTIN — College Station’s Colton Johse hit the first pitch he saw to the gap in right-center field to score Brody Vaughn from third base and complete a 9-8 come-from-behind victory over Washington County in the 11-year-old Little League Section 1 tournament on Saturday night.
Western Hills had the biggest of two swings in a tense fifth inning to spur the Northwest Austin club to a 3-1 victory over College Station in Saturday’s Major Baseball Section 1 Little League All-Stars opener at Bachmann Park.
The X-Factor Gold Duron 12-and-under baseball team won the open division title at the Walt Disney International Salute tournament Friday. Josh Duron is the team’s manager, while Mike Chavarria, Don Lewis and Nathan Brown serve as coaches.
Six Little League District 33 champions will play in Section 1 tournaments this week, vying to advance to the Texas State East Tournaments.
The Brazos Valley Bombers will have eight starters on the Legends All-Star Team for Tuesday’s Texas Collegiate League All-Star Game at Travis Field.
The College Station Little League Major Baseball All-Star team ruled District 33 in a big way, claiming the tournament championship with a 15-1 victory over Bryan Harvey on Tuesday night at Bachmann Park.
A hotly contested game had a steamy ending as the Brazos Valley Bombers eked out a 2-1, 10-inning, walk-off victory over the Baton Rouge Rougarou on Monday night at Travis Field in Texas Collegiate League play.
Bryan Harvey defeated Robertson County 11-7 in the losers’ bracket final of the Little League District 33 Major Baseball tournament Monday night at Bachmann Park.
Softball players across the Brazos Valley showed no mercy at the plate this year.
Deep baseball playoff runs were scarce in the Brazos Valley in 2019, but 17 teams made the playoffs, including an Iola squad that took the program to new heights.
Newly hired Brenham head baseball coach Chris Griffin has backed out of the position, according to a tweet from the Brenham Banner-Press.
The patience of the Bryan United 9- and 10-year-old Little League baseball team helped it earn a District 33 championship.
Jordan Fowler struck out 10 as College Station rolled to a 12-1 four-inning victory over Bryan Harvey in the winners’ bracket final of the Little League District 33 Major Baseball tournament Sunday at Bachmann Park.