GREENVILLE — Bailey Nixon drove in two runs and scattered six hits in four and a third innings as Denison defeated Greenville, 6-1, in District 13-4A action on Friday night.

GREENVILLE — Bailey Nixon drove in two runs and scattered six hits in four and a third innings as Denison defeated Greenville, 6-1, in District 13-4A action on Friday night.


Hailey Jackson was 3-for-3 with two runs, Melanie Garcia and Dee Harris each singled twice, Mady McAlester had two hits, including a double, to go with an RBI and Micalah Hunt scored twice for Denison (12-3-1, 5-1), which remains tied with Wylie for first place going into Tuesday’s match-up against McKinney North at Culpepper Field.


Greenville (3-16, 0-6) didn’t score after taking a 1-0 lead in the first inning.


Wylie 7, Sherman 2


WYLIE — The Lady Cats led early before falling victim to a five-run bottom of the third inning, staying winless in district play.


Sara Flores and Janette McCallister each batted 2-for-3 for the Lady Cats (5-15, 0-6). McCallister and Asia Pratt each drove in a run.


The Lady Cats will go for their first district win Tuesday night at Old Settlers Park against Greenville, which is tied with Sherman for last place.


District 12-3A Bonham 8, Anna 4


BONHAM — Ashton Sutton hit two RBI singles and Audrey Richardson doubled twice as Bonham held off Anna in district play on Friday.


Cheyenne Wicker hit an RBI single, Samantha Bennett drew an RBI walk and Allison Foster allowed only one earned run for Bonham (15-8, 1-1).


Danielle Gonzales hit a two-run home run and an RBI single for Anna, which is now 1-2 in 12-3A.


Community 10, Melissa 6


NEVADA — Kelsey Smith had two hits, including a double and scored a pair of runs for Melissa but Community rallied past the Lady Cardinals in district action on Friday.


Madison Boedeker and Keonni Conkle each doubled while Stolle Voigt, Haley Hill and Bailey Church drove in runs for Melissa (7-12, 0-2), which hosts Bonham on Tuesday.


Community scored seven runs in the fourth after entering the inning trailing 6-1.


District 11-2A Bells 4, Howe 1


HOWE — MaKenzi Davis had two hits and drove in two runs as Bells rallied past Howe in district action on Friday night.


Ellen Richards had two hits and scattered six hits and struck out five for the victory for Bells, which scored twice in the fourth and fifth innings.


Jaida Upchurch had two hits, including a double, and Kayla Anderson tripled and scored for Howe (16-5, 4-3).


Whitesboro 10, S&S 1


SADLER — Taren Dillion was a triple shy of the cycle with two RBI and three runs as Whitesboro defeated S&S in district action on Friday night.


Katie Dean had two hits, including a triple, scored twice and had 12 strikeouts while allowing three hits, Alexus Vanlandingham doubled twice to go with two steals and two runs and Moriah Mitcheson was 3-for-4 with two RBI for Whitesboro (14-4, 5-2), which did all its scoring in the first five innings.


Paige Porter homered and Shelby Bennett singled for S&S.


Whitewright 13, Callisburg 2 (5)


WHITEWRIGHT — CJ Crane homered and drove in three runs as Whitewright run-ruled Callisburg in district action on Friday night.


Keely Selman chipped in two RBI, Tucker Caraway was 3-for-4 with three runs and struck out six to earn the win and Anna Shope doubled for Whitewright (19-2, 6-1).


Tom Bean 17, Pottsboro 1 (4)


POTTSBORO — Annie Bailey struck out seven and hit a home run to lift Tom Bean to a 17-1 win Friday at Pottsboro in District 11-2A play.


Bailey finished 2-for-2, scored three times and drove in three runs for the Lady Tomcats, who jumped into a three-way tie for third in the district. Sarah Henderson went 3-for-3 with a triple and scored three runs, while Alex Hendry was 3-for-3 with three RBI.


Tom Bean (13-6, 4-3) will host second-place Whitesboro on Tuesday.


District 14-A Trenton 2, Sam Rayburn 1


IVANHOE — Kellie Connelly’s two-run single in the sixth inning lifted Trenton over Sam Rayburn in district action on Friday night.


The game was scoreless until Connelly’s big hit drove in Jessie Burns, who walked three times, and Corey Picou. Jessica Picou had two hits and Jordan Withrow scattered five hits and struck out 11 for Trenton, which hosts Savoy on Tuesday.


Brittnie Whirley doubled for Sam Rayburn (9-7, 1-1), which scored its run in the seventh as it tried to force extra innings.


Honey Grove 16, Savoy 0 (5)


SAVOY — Whitney Smith doubled to go 3-for-4 with four runs, two RBI and two stolen bases during Honey Grove’s run-rule win at Savoy in district play on Friday.


Kailee Frost pitched a one-hit shutout, having three RBI, two hits and a run for Honey Grove (5-9, 1-1). Caiti Warren and Alex Gibbons each added two hits, two runs and an RBI.


Keara Isom had the hit for Savoy, which is now 0-2 in 14-A.


Dodd City 26, Ector 1 (3)


DODD CITY — Talor Spindle hit a pair of home runs in the first inning as Dodd City run-ruled Ector in district action on Friday night.


Keeshia Thompson also homered while Katelynn Woodlee and Gracie Granstaff chipped in triples and Jenna Wallace and Lindsay Carter doubled for Dodd City (13-7, 1-1), which scored 15 runs in the first inning.


District 15-A Celeste 10, Wolfe City 9 (8)


CELESTE — Mason McCord was 3-for-4 with four RBI and earned the victory as Celeste edged Wolfe City to remain undefeated in district action on Friday.


Starla Harrell had three hits and scored twice while Paige Stark had two hits and two runs for Celeste (8-5, 2-0), which scored in the bottom of the eighth after Wolfe City had tied the game at nine in the seventh inning.


Shelby Greenway was 4-for-5 with three runs and Cheyenne Lake had three RBI for the Lady Wolves.


Blue Ridge 12, Campbell 5


CAMPBELL — Blue Ridge slugged its way past Campbell to stay atop the district standings on Friday night.


Breanna Rushing and Kinzie Garcia each doubled while Kaylie Kennon struck out seven to earn the victory for the Lady Tigers.