Bastrop rode a big first inning to a 12-4 victory over Brazos County in a Major Softball Section 1 Little League All-Star elimination game Sunday night at Henderson Park.
Columbus hit the ball hard throughout, and it paid off in the third inning with 11 runs in a 14-2 run-rule victory over Brazos County in a Major Softball Section 1 Little League All-Stars winners’ bracket game Saturday at Henderson Park.
Brazos County had five hits in a five-run fourth inning highlighted by Rylee Puente’s two-run triple to pull away to a 9-3 victory over Bastrop in the opener of a Major Softball Section 1 All-Star game on Friday at Henderson Park.
Six Little League District 33 champions will play in Section 1 tournaments this week, vying to advance to the Texas State East Tournaments.
College Station junior outfielder Brionna Warren and A&M Consolidated freshman first baseman Aiyana Coleman earned first-team honors on the Texas Sports Writers Association’s Class 5A All-State Softball Team.
College Station senior Kendall Tramel and juniors Hailey Hudson and Brionna Warren were named to the Texas Girls Coaches Association’s Class 5A all-state softball team.
Little League District 33 will crown tournament champions this week in Junior Minor Baseball, Senior Minor B Baseball and Senior Baseball.
Blinn College sophomore third baseman Kimber Cortemelia was named to the the National Fastpitch Coaches Association NJCAA Division I All-America third team.
The Angleton softball team, which defeated College Station in the Class 5A Region III semifinals, will play Forney in the UIL state tournament semifinals at noon Friday at McCombs Stadium in Austin.
Charles Hudgeons, who coached at Normangee for three years, has taken the head softball coaching job at Teague, athletic director Keith Sitton said.
The record-setting Blinn softball team grabbed several Region XIV South Division honors with Meghan Morris the pitcher of the year, third baseman Kimber Cortemelia the player of the year and Rick Church and assistant Jami Ingram were the coaching staff of the year.
CYPRESS — College Station didn’t need a hit to make plenty of noise on the basepaths, but in the end, Angleton and pitcher Aaliyah Garcia were in control.
Images of College Station's regional semifinal game against Angleton.
Nothing has gone as planned for College Station senior first baseman Cami Winder’s high school softball career.
The College Station softball team hasn’t been an underdog often this season, but that’s the position in which the Lady Cougars find themselves heading into their next game.
LUFKIN — Powered by two Courtney Ogle home runs, No. 17 Blinn College beat Kilgore College 9-0 in five innings Monday at the Larry Phillips Family Sports Complex. Blinn (43-13) will face No. 16 Angelina College at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Here are the Texas high school softball rankings for the week of May 13 as compiled by the Texas Girls Coaches Association.
WACO — A&M Consolidated softball coach Heather Slaton could have made excuses, but that’s not something she or her team are going to do.
MADISONVILLE — A leadoff hitter often takes several pitches in an at-bat, but College Station’s Jess Carreon didn’t need to Friday.
MUMFORD — A&M Consolidated’s Olivia Taylor stepped into the batter’s box with the bases loaded and one out in the seventh inning of Game 2 against Georgetown still searching for her first hit of their Class 5A regional quarterfinal softball series.
MADISONVILLE — Nursing a one-run lead can be stressful on a pitcher, but College Station junior Hailey Hudson knows she’s not alone.
MUMFORD — A&M Consolidated had to battle a strong wind Thursday in addition to Georgetown in Game 1 of their best-of-3 Class 5A regional quarterfinal softball series.
The A&M Consolidated softball team lost to Georgetown 4-2 in Game 1 of the regional quarterfinal series Friday night in Mumford. Game 2 will be at 7 p.m. Friday in Mumford.
For much of College Station’s short history, its baseball and softball teams’ practices have extended long into May.
In eighth grade, Addie Wright saw the A&M Consolidated softball team go through a difficult season, and she wanted to do whatever she could to help the program when she got there.
The College Station softball team is ranked 10th in Class 5A by the Texas Girls Coaches Association and Leon is ranked sixth in Class 2A. Leon, which has won a pair of one-game series to reach the regional quarterfinals, will play West Sabine in a best-of-3 series at Rusk. Game 1 will be at…
Here are the Texas high school softball rankings for the week of May 6 as compiled by the Texas Girls Coaches Association.
The A&M Consolidated softball team (24-8), playing in the regional quarterfinals for the first time since 2010, will face Georgetown (25-7) in the Class 5A best-of-3 series. The opener will be at 7 p.m. Thursday at Mumford. Game 2 will be at 7 p.m. Friday at Mumford and Game 3, if needed…
District 19-5A softball foes College Station and Magnolia will meet in a best-of-3 regional quarterfinal series with all games in Madisonville. Game 1 will be at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Game 2 at 4 p.m. Friday, and Game 3, if needed, at noon Saturday.
WACO — Few high school freshman softball players hit enough home runs in their first varsity season to match their age, but A&M Consolidated’s 15-year-old Aiyana Coleman is a special talent.
SAN MARCOS — Hailey Hudson hit a home run and threw a shutout for the second straight game to help the 10th-ranked College Station softball team to a 12-0 victory over the Elgin Lady Wildcats on Thursday night, sweeping their Class 5A best-of-3 area playoff series.
The A&M Consolidated softball team and Leander Glenn will play their Class 5A area playoff at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Waco ISD Sports Complex.
CROSBY — The Bryan softball team did exactly what head coach Enrique Luna challenged it to do for six innings in Game 2 of the Lady Vikings’ Class 6A area playoff series with No. 4 Klein Collins on Thursday at Crosby Ballparks.
A&M Consolidated High School's playoff baseball and softball games have been moved because of the weather forecast.
The second game in the playoff series between the Bryan High School softball team and Klein Collins has been moved to Crosby High School, head coach Enrique Luna said Thursday morning.
MADISONVILLE — The College Station softball team opened its Class 5A best-of-3 area playoff series against Elgin without leading hitter Brionna Warren because the Texas A&M pledge was feeling a little ill. But by game’s end, it was Elgin’s playoff chances that were hurting.
When A&M Consolidated softball players Lauren Sorrells, Mackenzie Mitchell and Olivia Taylor were freshmen, their record wasn’t indicative of their team’s progress. It is now, though.
MONTGOMERY — The Bryan softball team only has faced Klein Collins in the playoffs and never eliminated the Lady Tigers. That trend continued Tuesday as the Lady Vikings lost 12-0 in five innings to the No. 4 Lady Tigers in Game 1 of their best-of-3 Class 6A area series at Montgomery Lake Creek.
College Station left fielder Kendall Tramel turned a potential devastating injury into a win-win situation.
Bryan senior catcher Brenda Sanchez has an advantage, but it doesn’t have anything to do with her prowess behind the plate or in the batter’s box.
MADISONVILLE — Contagious clutch hitting carried the 10th-ranked College Station softball team to a 9-1 victory over Huntsville in the Class 5A bi-district playoffs Saturday afternoon at Lady Mustang Field.
TAYLOR — The Bryan softball team came into Friday’s game with baggage and promptly added some more, but the Lady Vikings put it all behind in a big way with a 5-0 victory over the Cedar Park Vista Ridge Lady Rangers in the Class 6A bi-district playoffs.
A&M Consolidated junior relief pitcher Lauren Herring has struggled with her screwball all year, but it was feeling good in warmups, so she decided to trust it Thursday.
The College Station softball team got off to good start in its Class 5A bi-district series against Huntsville on Thursday at Lady Cougar Field.
The Bryan softball team, which lost its last two District 14-6A games, will try to turn things around against the Vista Ridge Lady Rangers at 7 p.m. Friday in Class 6A bi-district play at Taylor.
MONTGOMERY — A&M Consolidated junior catcher Caitlyn Dietert loves to create chaos on the basepaths. She also is an outfielder, so speed always has been part of her game.
At some point during a game, umpires often approach College Station head softball coach Brandy Gibson to talk about the Lady Cougars’ catcher Grace Davis. They want to compliment Gibson and Davis on the senior’s respectful attitude.
FRANKLIN — When the call came for students to help clean up the Monday after a destructive tornado ripped through Franklin, senior softball players Jessie Medcalf and Makinzie Tomascik didn’t hesitate to step up.
BRENHAM — Putting a good foot forward often is the way to go, and the A&M Consolidated softball team did that and then some in an 11-4 win over Magnolia in a District 19-5A tiebreaker game Monday at Brenham’s Alumni Field.