The mixed up mess that was the bottom-half of District 16-6A became clear Saturday evening.
With The Woodlands’ 10-4 win over College Park and a 6-4 extra-innings win by Kingwood over the Highlanders later in the day, the No. 3 and No. 4 seeds were shored up. Kingwood, which was in a tie for fifth place a week ago, stakes claim in the third spot while The Woodlands takes the fourth-seed going into the bi-district round of the UIL Region II-6A Tournament this week. click here for complete story
The situation was dire, as it would be for any relief pitcher. Leading Conroe by one run in the top of the seventh inning, College Park’s Luke Trahan came into the game with the bases loaded and just one out on the board. What happened next was summed up quite simply by Cavaliers coach Jason Washburn after the game. click here for complete story
After getting blown out by Atascocita on Friday night, College Park was itching to get back on the field and put the loss behind it. The Cavaliers got their chance on Saturday afternoon against Waltrip in a non-district game at College Park High School. click here for complete story
Aric Wilson and Cooper Ridgeway lead College Park to 5-0 win in seven innings on Tuesday
Both the College Park Cavaliers and Summer Creek Bulldogs put runners aboard on Tuesday, but it was College Park that was able to take advantage, pulling out a 5-0 win at Summer Creek High School.
Tyler Scataglia was in control on the bump. College Park managed just one hit off of the Bulldogs pitcher, who allowed two earned runs, walked five and struck out 11 during his 6 1/3 innings of work. Scataglia ended up on the wrong side of the pitching decision, charged with the loss.
Cooper Ridgeway recorded the win for College Park . Ridgeway had an impressive outing against Summer Creek’s lineup. He pitched five shutout innings, struck out five, walked three and gave up no hits. College Park closer Chase Burchett put away the final six outs to record the save.
College Park went up for good in the third, scoring two runs on a two-run triple by Aric Wilson. College Park increased its lead with three runs in the seventh. A ground out scored Washburn for the inning’s first run. That was followed up by Wilson’s single, plating Daylon Farmer.
#2 College Park will return to their home field and try to make it four in a row when they face #5 Kingwood on Friday at 7pm.
The College Park Cavalier and the Oak Ridge War Eagles exchanged the lead five times on Thursday, but College Park ended up on top with a 3-2 win in seven innings over Oak Ridge.
College Park pulled out the win thanks to strong pitching and timely hitting. College Park went up for good on a single by sophomore shortstop Travis Washburn. Washburn boosted his batting average thanks to a perfect 2-2 day at the plate to pace College Park.
Starting pitcher Nick Pischulla, got the win for College Park. He allowed two runs over 5 1/3 innings. He struck out one, walked one and surrendered four hits. Chase Burchett played fireman for the Cavs, entering in the bottom of the sixth with one out and a man on third. A swinging strikeout and ground out ended the Oak Ridge threat. In the seventh the Cavs handed the ball over to their dependable closer Luke Trahan who recorded two strikeouts.
Tyler Davis, had a solid outing but took the loss for Oak Ridge. He lasted seven innings, walked one, struck out five, and allowed three runs.
College Park jumped out to an early 1-0 lead in the top of the second. College Park got things going when Luke Trahan singled. College Park got one-run rallies in the fourth inning and the sixth. In the fourth, College Park scored on an RBI single by Washburn, scoring Pischulla.
Oak Ridge scored one run of its own in the fourth. Oak Ridge scored on an error.
On Tuesday Mar. 29 College Park will travel to Summer Creek to face the Bulldogs & Oak Ridge will host The Woodlands Highlanders in a crosstown match up.
After a venue swap due to rainy weather, the College Park Cavaliers began their winning streak at Oak Ridge 3-2.
After a quick first inning, a Cavalier run by Player of the Game Travis Washburn put College Park ahead of Oak Ridge 1-0 early in the second inning, but second baseman for the War Eagles, Michael Lawson hit a double, stole third and put a run on the board at the bottom of the third. The Cavs quickly responded the next inning with two drives by Nick Pischulla and Cooper Lucas, Pischulla and broke the tie with the run, putting College Park back on top 2-1. click here for complete story