District 29-5A swept in bi-district

James Volz|Leader-News Mitchell Henderson fires the ball toward home plate. His pitch took place during the second inning of the Uvalde-Calallen baseball playoff game held at Uvalde’s Marvin Kolinek Field on May 6. Henderson, the starting pitcher, gave up seven hits, walked two batters, and struck out six batters through four and two-thirds innings of work.

District 30-5A teams won eight of the nine bi-district baseball games that they played against District 29-5A teams last weekend.

The Floresville Tigers were the only District 29-5A team to win a bi-district game last weekend.

After losing an 11-4 decision to the Corpus Christi Ray Texans in their series opener, the 29-5A runner-up Tigers won game two as they downed the Texans, 5-2, in the first game of a doubleheader.

Ray came back to top Floresville in a 9-8 thriller to win the series.

Up 4-1 in the series opener, Ray scored seven times in the seventh inning to blow the game open.


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