When Conroe’s weekend tournament games at Eisenhower were cancelled, coach Jeff Raymer knew he wanted to find a fill-in opponent that would challenge his team. Conroe got just that when he invited undefeated A&M Consolidated to Elmore Field for a doubleheader on Saturday afternoon.
“You can’t sharpen a knife with a tissue,” Raymer said.
Conroe rose to the occasion, putting the first dark smudge on A&M Consolidated’s unblemished record in Game 2. Scott Horn delivered a walk-off line drive to left field in the bottom of the seventh inning to give homestanding Conroe an 8-7 triumph. click here for complete story