WYLIE — Micalah Hunt hit a three-run homer and drove in five as Denison slugged its way past Wylie East, 12-8, in District 13-4A action on Saturday night.

WYLIE — Micalah Hunt hit a three-run homer and drove in five as Denison slugged its way past Wylie East, 12-8, in District 13-4A action on Saturday night.


The Lady Jackets were down 8-3 after two innings after Wylie East scored all of its runs in the second


Hailey Jackson had a solo homer and tripled, Cassidy McDaris chipped in three hits, Jaydan Hunt had an RBI double and Hailey Nipper earned the win in relief for Denison (13-4-1, 6-2), which hosts Sherman at Culpepper Field at 7:15 p.m. on Tuesday.


McK. North 11, Sherman 1 (6)


Sara Flores batted 2-for-3 with a sixth-inning RBI double for Sherman’s only run of the night, but McKinney North held on to finish off a run-rule win at Old Settlers Park.


The Lady Cats (5-17, 0-8) this time managed five hits off McKinney North’s Celeste Verdolivo, who had pitched a five-inning perfect game in the two teams’ first meeting on March 5. Kaylee Walker, Janette McCallister and Taylor Bailiff had singles.


District 12-3A Community 1, Bonham 0


BONHAM — Sidney Sewell allowed no earned runs and only four hits during five innings for Bonham but Community scored the only run it needed in the first inning.


Audra Romans doubled and Cheyenne Wicker singled for the only hits for Bonham (16-9, 2-2).


Allison Foster pitched two scoreless two-hit innings in relief for Bonham, joining Maggie Hunt with a walk.


Princeton 17, Melissa 5 (5)


PRINCETON — Kelsey Smith was 2-for-3 and scored a run for Melissa in the Lady Cardinals’ district loss against Princeton.


Sydney King doubled to go with an RBI and Haley Hill tripled and scored for Melissa (7-15, 0-4), which tied the game at five with a four-run third inning before Princeton scored nine in the bottom frame.


District 11-2A Tom Bean 4, Callisburg 3


CALLISBURG — Sarah Henderson’s solo shot in the fifth inning lifted Tom Bean to a win at Callisburg and into a three-way tie for third in the district standings.


Henderson finished 2-for-4 and scored twice for Tom Bean (14-7, 5-4), which pulled even with Callisburg and Howe.


Annie Bailey struck out 11 batters and didn’t give up a hit until the fourth inning in the win for Tom Bean.


S&S 4, Bells 1


SADLER — Maisie Stanford had two hits, including a double, drove in a run and scored as S&S defeated Bells.


Paige Porter had two hits, an RBI and struck out five, Meagan Cowden drove in a run and Cassidy Edwards, Jessika Dyke and Tannah Medrano each scored runs for S&S.


Whitesboro 11, Pottsboro 0 (6)


WHITESBORO — Alexus Vanlandingham homered, scored and walked twice and stole four bases as Whitesboro run-ruled Pottsboro.


Moriah Mitcheson was 3-for-4 and scored twice, Taren Dillion doubled, walked three times and scored three runs, Devyn Power doubled and Katie Dean struck out 13 and scored twice for second-place Whitesboro (16-4, 7-2).


District 12-2A Gunter 11, Farmersville 10


FARMERSVILLE — Kaylee Schmitz hit two triples to help Gunter edge Farmersville in district action.


Schmitz finished 3-for-4, scored twice and drove in two runs for Gunter (5-14, 2-6). Madison Elvington went 3-for-4 and scored twice, while Chaney Elvington was 2-for-4 with one run scored and one RBI.


District 14-A Trenton 21, Honey Grove 2 (5)


HONEY GROVE — Jessie Burns drove in four runs to lead Trenton’s attack during a run-rule victory over Honey Grove.


Chaley Murphy homered and had two RBI, McKenzi Pryor doubled and drove in two runs and Jordan Withrow was 4-for-5 with a double and four RBI while striking out 13 to earn the victory for first-place Trenton.


Dodd City 21, Savoy 1 (5)


SAVOY — Jenna Wallace had four hits and drove in three runs as Dodd City run-ruled Savoy.


Skye Arrington added three RBI, Keeshia Thompson finished with three hits, including two doubles, and scored three times, Gracie Granstaff chipped in three hits — two triples — and three RBI and Tiffani Abbott allowed one hit in the victory for second-place Dodd City (15-7, 3-1), which scored eight runs in the third inning and nine runs in the fifth.