Jalyn Miller hammered a home run, accounting for Dawson’s only tally in an 11-1 loss to Axtell on Thursday
Hannah Greer had two hits and a double for the Lady Bulldogs, who lost their second straight District 13-1A game.
Abbott 13, Wortham 12: Abottt scored a run in the bottom of the seventh to pull out a 13-12 victory over Wortham on Thursday.
Wortham trailed 12-8 going into the top of the sixth, but rallied from the three runs in the inning and then another in the seventh to tie the game at 12-12.
Thursday’s line scores
Axtell 11, Dawson 1
Axtell 400 304 — 11 9 1
Dawson 000 100 — 1 6 1
WP — K.Minchew
LP — Kaylee Martinez
Top hitters — Dawson: Hannah Greer 2-3 (2B), Jalyn Miller 2-3 (HR); Axtell: Armstrong 3-3, Pina 2-2 (2B), Harriman 1-4 (2B).
Records — Dawson 5-9, 0-2 in District 11-1A.
Tuesday’s line scores
Abbott 13, Wortham 12
Wortham 230 303 1 — 12 9 5
Abbott 207 120 1 — 13 11 1
WP — Pope
LP — Devin Sessions
Records — Wortham 6-9, 0-1 in District 13-1A; Abbott 1-0 in 13-1A.
Wortham falls in thriller to Abbott 13-12
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