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Baseball: Humble ISD baseball roundup

April 4, 2019

Kingwood continues strong run

Kingwood remained undefeated in District 22-6A with three shutout wins last week.

The Mustangs shutout Pasadena Memorial 13-0, then shutout the Mavericks 10-0 in a second contest to sweep the season series and finished off the week with a 10-0 win over Dobie.

Kingwood was named the No. 5 team in Class 6A in the Texas High School.

Summer Creek goes 3-0

Summer Creek picked also picked up three wins last week.

The Bulldogs run ruled Pasadena 13-2 in five innings in their first game. Matt Young got the win on the mound for the Bulldogs while Jared Silva went 2-for-3 with 3 RBI for the Bulldogs. Aidan Rodriguez and Andre Duplantier both had a double.

Summer Creek went to extra innings to sweep the season series against the Pasadena Eagles. Danny Garza got the win in relief after a strikeout to end the game. Anthony Hall had two hits and scored the winning run.

The Bulldogs final win of the week was a six inning 10-0 run rule against Humble. Duplantier and Adam Troy combined for a two-hit shutout.

Atascocita in playoff position

After dropping its first two district games to Kingwood, Atascocita has rallied and has won five straight games to be tied in third place with Dobie.

The Eagles swept the season series against South Houston with a 12-2 win and a 13-2 win. Atascocita also defeated Pasadena Memorial 12-2 last week.

Humble benefits from facility upgrade

Humble currently has one district win, but will open its new baseball facility at 7 p.m. Tuesday as the Wildcats host rival Summer Creek.

District 22-6A standings as of March 31

1. Kingwood 9-0

2. Summer Creek 6-1

3. Atascocita 5-2

4. Dobie 5-2

5. Pasadena Memorial 4-5

6. Sam Rayburn 3-4

7. South Houston 3-6

8. Humble 1-8

9. Pasadena Eagles 0-8

Kingwood Park in playoff hunt

Kingwood park split its two District 20-5A contests last week.

The Panthers lost a heart breaker to Porter 5-4, but rallied with a road 4-1 win over Willis to tie for third place in district with Lake Creek.

Jackson Rodriguez pitched a completed game allowing one hit with seven strikeouts.

District 20-5A standings as of March 31

1. Tomball 7-0

2. Porter 6-1

3. Lake Creek 4-3

4. Kingwood Park 4-3

5. Willis 4-3

6. Mongomery 3-4

7. Caney Creek 3-5

8. New Caney 1-6

9. Huntsville 0-7.

marcus.gutierrez@chron.com