Seguin baseball & softball - Wednesday, Mar. 13 recaps
Posted on 3/14/2019 11:12:00 AM.
Seguin softball blanks Memorial, no-hitter for Neumann
(San Antonio) - Seguin junior Mackenzie Neumann pitched a three-inning no-hitter to help the Matadors blank Memorial 16-0 on Wednesday in San Antonio.
Nuemann struck out five with no walks, and helped her own cause at the plate with a double, two RBIs, and two runs scored.

Guzman collected three hits, three runs, and two RBIs. Bradley and Scheel each doubled and drove in three. Bradley, Nieto, and Bone each went 2-2 and scored twice, and Bone recorded two RBIs. Smith went 3-4 and scored once. Salazar delivered an RBI-single and crossed the plate once.

The win moved Seguin to 5-2 in district play, 16-8 overall. The Mats wrap up the first half of the 26-5A schedule on Tuesday with a 7 p.m. home game against San Antonio-Kennedy.

Seguin baseball cruises past Harlandale
(San Antonio) - Seguin erupted for eight runs in the first two innings and nine over the final three to pull away from Harlandale for 17-6 district win Wednesday afternoon in San Antonio.

Corey Mazzurana went 3-4, doubled twice, and drove in three runs. Eli Edwards collected two hits, two runs, and three RBIs. Mikey Hernandez and Cody Kachmar each drove in two and scored twice. Hayden Haas, Braden Mize, Chase Boenig, and Colton Demuth each drove in a run. Boenig and Tristan Moreno both finished 2-4, with Boenig scoring three runs and Moreno crossing the plate twice.

Hernandez logged the win on the mound, allowing three earned runs on three hits in five innings.

The Matadors are 2-3 in District 26-5A, 6-10-1 overall.

Seguin continues district play Tuesday with a 7 p.m. contest against San Antonio-McCollum at 'Smokey' Joe Williams Field.

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