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March 3, 2013

Caddo Mills wins baseball, softball tourneys

GREENVILLE — Caddo Mills 7,

Prairiland 4

  TRENTON — Cody Nitson struck out six and drove in two runs to help the Caddo Mills Foxes claim the Trenton baseball tournament with a 7-4 victory over Prairiland in the championship game on Saturday.

  Nitson fired a three-hitter and went 2-for-3 at the plate to earn most valuable player honors for the tournament.

  Jonathon Gillispie was also 2-for-4 for the Foxes, who improved to 8-1 for the season.

Caddo Mills also downed Trenton 10-5, Ector 13-1 and S&S Consolidated 6-1 in tournament play.

  Nitson was 3-for-3 with a double and a triple against S&S.

  Hayden Greene and James Kielty both had two hits for Caddo Mills against Ector.

                       Trenton baseball tournament

                       Championship game

Caddo Mills    010    004    2    —7 7 9

Prairiland        120    010    0    —4 3 2

  WP: Cody Nitson, 3 hits, 4 runs, 0 ERs, 1 BB, 6 Ks.

  LP: Patterson.

                       Leading hitters

  CM: Cody Nitson 2-3, 2B, 2 RBIs; Jonathon Gillispie 2-4, Kyle Senter 1-4, Michael Williamson 1-4, James Kielty 1-3.

  P: Patterson 1-4, Gentry 1-4.

  Record: CM 8-1.

  Next game: Princeton at Caddo Mills, 7 p.m. Monday.

Caddo Mills (girls) 16,

Fruitvale 1

  TYLER — The Caddo Mills Lady Foxes went 5-0 this weekend in the Tyler TASO softball tournament.

The Lady Foxes whipped Jacksonville 14-4, Chapel Hill 17-2, Slocum 5-2, Brownsboro 9-2 and Fruitvale 16-1.

  Mary Moran led the Foxes at the plate against Jacksonville with a grand slam homer.

Kristen Maxwell homered against Chapel Hill and Makenna Tallant pounded two doubles.

  Jacie Thomason doubled against Slocum as Moran fired a two-hitter.

  Thomason slugged a grand slam and drove in five runs against Brownsboro and Moran also homered.

  Kristen Maxwell tripled and homered against Fruitvale and Thomason doubled.

                       Tyler TASO softball tournament

                       Game

Caddo Mills     613    31    —14 9 1

Jacksonville    010    21    —  4 5 5

  WP: Mary Moran.

                        Leading hitters

  CM: Mary Moran HR, Natalie Wright 2-2, Jacie Thomason 2-2, Makenna Tallant 2B, Elizabeth Mock 3B.

                       Game

Caddo Mills    110    5(10)    —17 18 2

Chapel Hill     110    00         —2     5 8

  WP: Kristen Maxwell.

                     Leading hitters

  CM: Jamie Maxwell 2-2, Makenna Tallant 2 2Bs, Jacie Thomason 2B, Kristen Maxwell HR.

                       Game

Caddo Mills    000    302    0    —5 8 3

Slocum           110    000    0    —2 2 2

  WP: Mary Moran.

                     Leading hitters

  CM: Jacie Thomason 2B.

                       Game

Caddo Mills    021    600    0    —9 7 2

Brownsboro    200    000    0    —2 6 0

  WP: Mary Moran.

                       Leading hitters

  CM: Mary Moran HR, Jacie Thomason HR, 5 RBIs.

                       Game

Caddo Mills    484    —16 18 0

Fruitvale         001    —  1  1 0

  WP: Kristen Maxwell.

                     Leading hitters

  CM Jamie Maxwell 2-3, Makenna Tallant 3-3, Elizabeth Mock 3-3, Kristen Maxwell 3-3, 3B, HR, Mary Moran 3-3, Jacie Thomason 2B.

  Next game: Sunnyvale at Caddo Mills, Tuesday.

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