Scoring runs in six of seven innings, the Lady War Eagles steadily dismantled the Mesquite Horn Lady Jaguars 11-0 to complete the two-game sweep in the Region II-6A bi-district playoff series. click here for complete story and photos
Show off your skills and see how many “bombs” you can hit under the lights at Highlander Field
When: Monday, November 28th
Time: Registration begins at 5:30 Contest – 6:00 – 8:00
Cost: $10 or an unwrapped toy
What: Home Run Derby – Show off your skills and see how many “bombs” you can hit under the lights at Highlander Field
Signup for the Woodlands HS softball team home run derby competition called “Bomb Fest”. All of the proceeds go towards buying presents for the CASA Jingle Bell Christmas party that the Highlander softball players volunteer at every year. CASA stands for ‘Court Appointed Special Advocates’. This group helps children who are involved with CPS and foster care in Montgomery County.
- 12 “swings” per turn. 10 contestants with the most “bombs” in their turn advance.
- Can purchase unlimited turns until 7:00 (may purchase 1 additional turn after 7:00)
- 3 contestants with the most “bombs” after 12 swings (1 turn) advance
- Contestants will have 6 “outs” to hit as many “bombs” as possible.
- Person with the most “bombs” is the winner
*There will be different distance divisions for men/women
For more information contact: Coach Borths : firstname.lastname@example.org
Things simply didn’t go Oak Ridge’s way Friday night in the UIL Region II-6A area round. After picking up two quick outs in the bottom of the second inning, Austin Bowie scored 10 runs, all but ending the game in one half-inning. click here for complete story
The John Cooper School softball team finished sixth last week at the Southwest Preparatory Conference tournament. The Dragons beat Fort Worth All Saints 13-8 in their opener, then fell 4-0 to St. John’s and 10-9 to Trinity Valley in the fifth-place game. click here for complete story
Staring down the barrel of elimination during a one-game playoff in the bi-district round of the UIL Class 6A State Playoffs, Atascocita blasted three home runs in the top of the seventh inning Thursday evening to defeat Klein Collins 4-2 at Kingwood Park High School. click here for complete story
All season long, the Klein Oak Lady Panthers have proven to be a team that can hit the ball hard and hit the ball often. The bats disappeared on Thursday night with just one hit to open the UIL Region II-6A bi-district series with The Woodlands.
They were back in full force Friday night. The Lady Panthers used 25 hits to eliminate The Woodlands 9-3 in Game 2 and 8-3 in Game 3 at Tomball High School. click here for complete story