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BRENHAM CUBS LOSE ONE AND WIN ONE ON OPENING DAY OF BRENHAM-MONTGOMERY TOURNAMENT

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Mason Lamp
(Mark Whitehead)

LAKE MONTGOMERY CREEK 9 LITTLE BRENHAMS 8

With the Cubs leading 3-1, Lake Creek exploded in six runs in the top of the fourth inning to take a 7-3 lead. The Cubs rallied for four runs late in the fourth to tie it 7-7.

After both teams failed to score in the fifth and sixth innings, Lake Creek scored two runs in the top of the seventh to take a 9-7 lead. Brenham only managed to salvage one of those runs and ended in a 9-8 loss.

LAUNCH

LP Mason Lamp 7IP, 12H, 9R, 9ER, 1BB, 3K

HIT

  • Lane Sparks 1-2 2B, BB, 2RBI, 2 lanes
  • Ethan Jezierski doubles 1-4 RBI
  • Mason Lamp 3-4 2B, HR, 3RBI, racing
  • Cade Warmke 1-4 stroke
  • Jacob Mabie 1-1 RBI double, BB, run
  • Brant Bender 1-2 BB, RBI, racing

LITTLE BRENHAMS 12 KINGWOOD PARK 2

Jacob Mabie receives congratulations as he heads home from a solo home run.
(Mark Whitehead)

Jacob Mabie started the scoring for the Cubs late in the second inning with a solo home run.

In the top of the third, the Panthers scored a few points to take a 2-1 lead.

The Cubs responded late in the third with a ten-run inning that saw 13 batters come to the plate. Ethan Jezierski started the inning with a double. Cade Warmke was hit by a pitch and Hayden Hupe walked to charge the bases. Mabie walked with the bases loaded to score Jezierski to tie it 2-2. Cayden Shields picked Warmke at home to put the Cubs ahead 3-2. Rylan Wooten singled to Hupe to put Brenham ahead 4-2. Lane Sparks then drew a goal-laden march to score pinch runner Colin Schaper and increase the lead to 5-2. Mason Lampe followed with a sack fly that brought Shields home to make it 6-2. Jezierski scored his second brace of the set, which brought Wooten and Sparks home for an 8-2 lead. Warmke came on for the second time in the set and hit an RBI double to put the Cubs up 9-2. Hupe, then, put the exclamation mark on the inning with a two-run homer that netted Betty Goerlitz $100 in gas in the Buccaneer Home Run inning, and put the Cubs ahead 11-2.

Aiden Klehm put the last inning down in the bottom of the fifth. Klehm walked, followed by Colin Schaper who was hit by a pitch and Warmke who walked to charge the bases. Grant Rogas then hit a field hit that also scored Klehm for the ten-run, 12-2 win.

LAUNCH

  • WP Lane Sparks 4 IP, 5H, 2R, 0ER, 4BB, 3K
  • Dylan Baker 1IP, 0H, 0R, 0ER, 0BB, 1K

HIT

  • Lane Sparks 3BB, RBI, 1 round
  • Mason Lamp SF, RBI
  • Aiden Klehm BB, course
  • Ethan Jezierski 3-3 two doubles, 2 RBI, 2 runs
  • Cade Warmke 1-2 2B, HBP, BB, RBI, racing
  • Hayden Hupe 1-2 two-run home run, BB, 2 runs
  • Grant Rogas 1-1 RBI
  • Jacob Mabie 1-2 HR, BB, 2RBI, 2 points
  • Cayden Shields 2-2 RBI, running
  • Rylan Wooten 1-3 RBI, running
  • Breyson Koehl 1-1

The Cubs are back in action today (Friday). They will face Episcopal at noon followed by Klein Cain at 7:30 p.m. (7:05 p.m. pregame on KWHI).

This second match (against Klein Cain) is also “Youth Night at the Ball Park” presented by the Brenham Booster Club. Children wearing their Little League jerseys or other jerseys for the game can enter for free and take to the field to stand alongside the players during the national anthem. After the game, the players will sign autographs. Plus, they serve $1 hot dogs at the concession stand.

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