Tiger Softball Keeps Rolling, Scores 50 Runs in Three Games Tiger Softball Keeps Rolling, Scores 50 Runs in Three Games

Frenship softball outscored their opponents last week by a combined score of 50-1 in three games to remain unbeaten in district play and atop the standings.

Last Tuesday, the Tigers hosted Tascosa for a doubleheader, and by the end of the night FHS had blasted eight home runs to sweep the Lady Rebels 26-0 and 18-0.

In game one, Angelica Abila, Caroline Kerr, Qo’be Harvest and Jacie Woods all sent a pitch flying over the fence. Harvest and Rundell led the 24-hit parade with four hits apiece while Abila finished 3-for-3 with four runs batted in. FHS added a little icing to the cake from the pitching circle as Torrey Hogan and Maya Mongelli combined to pitch a no-hitter.

In game two, FHS scored nine runs in the first inning and nine more in the third to win 18-0. Abila, Hogan, Claudia Kerr and Erin Boles all hit home runs, and Harvest finished the game 3-for-4. Boles also earned the pitching win for the Tigers.

On Friday, FHS battled through a lightning delay of more than three hours to fight past Odessa Permian 6-1.

A four-run seventh inning after the long delay proved to be the difference. Boles, Kerr, Harvest and Mongelli provided the offense in the big inning. Hogan pitched a complete game and allowed only one run while striking out 12 Lady Panthers.

FHS is 24-6 on the season with a three-game lead in the District 2-6A standings at 7-0. The team hosts Midland Lee Friday at 6:30 p.m.

TUESDAY (GAME 1)

FRENSHIP 26, TASCOSA 0 (5 INNINGS)

FHS        278 54  –  26  24  0

THS        000 00  –   0    0    3

TUESDAY (GAME 2)

FRENSHIP 18, TASCOSA 0 (5 INNINGS)

THS        000 00  –   0    3   6

FHS        909 0x  –  18  13  0

FRIDAY

FRENSHIP 6, PERMIAN 1

FHS        002 000 4  –  6  11  1

PHO       000 001 0  –  1   4   1

 

BASEBALL

Tiger baseball hit a rough patch in the District 2-6A schedule last week with back-to-back losses to Midland Lee, 9-2 and 5-4.

Frenship currently sits at 16-8 on the year and in third place in the district standings with a 5-4 mark. The team plays Tascosa twice this week, first in Amarillo Friday at 4:30 then at home on Saturday at noon.

TUESDAY

MIDLAND LEE 9, FRENSHIP 2

FHS        010 000 1  –  2   5   0

LHS         060 300 x  –  9  13  1

FRIDAY

MIDLAND LEE 5, FRENSHIP 4

LHS         400 100 0  –  5  10  2

FHS        300 000 1  –  4   5   2

 

*pictures provided by Curry Photography

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