Tecolotes return to Laredo Tuesday in free exhibition vs. LCCFor the first time since 2002, the Tecolotes are back in Laredo on Tuesday. Tecolotes Dos Laredos plays the fifth of their eight Spring Training exhibition games — and their first in the Gateway City — at 7 p.m. inside Uni-Trade Stadium against Laredo Community College. Admission to the game is free. “It feels great,” Tecolotes manager Eddy Castro said. “The facility, the ballpark is almost big league.
Laredo high school softball teams were in action Friday, and Cigarroa made sure to come away with the most dramatic victory of the night. The Lady Toros (3-3 District 31-5A) picked up a 7-6 home victory at Valley View after a walk-off win. They had a 15-2 edge in hits on the game, but it was a steal that won the matchup by pinch runner Kassandra Ramirez.
Riding a five-game conference losing streak, the Texas A&M International softball team was in need of a victory to break its skid. Hitting the road against last-place Newman proved to be just what the Dustdevils needed as the team came through twice in the clutch. TAMIU picked up a pair of one-run wins Friday prevailing 3-2 and 4-3 over the Jets after hitting a winning home run in each game’s final inning. They will finish the three-game series Saturday at 11 a.m.
LCC gets out of no-hit territory, Ricardo Villarreal gets the first one w/ 2 outs T8 before Robert Arredondo blooped a ball into short center to bring him home. Arturo Guajardo hit a 3rd straight but Arredondo was thrown out at home
Tecolotes add 2 more as JC Thompson was hit by a pitch with the bases loaded and Ivan Bellazetin hit a sacrifice fly to CF. They stranded the bases loaded, however, heading to T7
Ivan Zavala leaves after 2 IP, 0 H, 0 R, BB, HBP
Tecos finally break it open B6. A 2-RBI single from Eduardo Dehesa Matus, an RBI single from Enrique Osorio and a sac fly from Ivan Bellazetin Leon makes it 4-0 Tecolotes.
Ivan Zavala Guzman pitching for Laredo threw T6 scoreless
Roberto Espinoza Acea takes over on mound T5, works scoreless 5th with a K. Tecolotes get hits from Martinez and Osorio B5 but strand both as game remains scoreless
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