Fredricksburg did something no other team has done this year against the Yellow Jackets baseball team but even seven runs weren’t enough to top Stephenville in a 7-7 complete game tie at the Wimberly Tournament Friday.
Stephenville scored three runs in the top of the final inning to secure the tie that relief pitcher Caleb Smith assured by pitching a hitless seventh.
Starter Daniel Luna struggled a little with his control as he threw 42 pitches for strikes against 40 balls. Luna did strike out three batters over 4.2 innings of work while giving up three earned runs, eight hits and facing 27 batters.
Derek Gifford led the Jackets’ RBI department with three runs scored off his double. Luna also doubled and drove in a run. Cody Storrs had a game-high three runs scored.
Stephenville 5 St. Michaels 4
Stephenville scored two runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to rally for a 5-4 win against St. Michaels to stay unbeaten at 10-0-1 on the season in round two of the Wimberly Tournament Friday.
Kendal Storrs got the start for Stephenville and pitched five solid innings allowing two earned runs and striking out two batters.
Smith was masterful in his one inning of relief as he was 13-13 strikes however St. Michaels managed to get three hits in the inning to throw a scare into the Jackets.
Tyeler Reed popped in two RBI while C. Storrs was the only Jacket to collect more than one hit as he hit a pair of singles.