Carson Baugh allowed two earned runs on seven hits with 10 strikeouts and no walks in six innings and was 2-for-2 and scored twice as Denison defeated Wichita Falls Rider, 5-3, to finish the first day of the Grayson County Classic.


Cam Wheeler singled and drove in two, Coulter Maxson walked twice and scored twice, Cayden Earnhart singled, walked and drove in a run and Luke Kirkbride singled and scored for Denison (6-7), which is scheduled to play at Lovejoy in District 10-5A action on Tuesday after the rest of its half of the tournament was cancelled.


The Yellow Jackets started the day with an 8-5 victory in six innings against Rider. Wheeler was 3-for-4 with a home run, double and three RBI, Jack Condit was 2-for-3 with two RBI, Kirkbride doubled, walked twice and scored three times, Baugh singled and drove in two and Earnhart walked twice and scored.


Dallas HSSA 9, Sherman 3 (5)


Cade Cole singled, walked and drove in a run during Sherman’s loss against Dallas HSSA on the first day of the Grayson County Classic.


Ethan Bedgood singled and walked twice, Luke Young scored twice, Trevor VanSant singled and scored and Gabriel Blankenship drove in a run for Sherman (2-10), which continues tourney action on Friday.


Whitesboro-Madill Tournament


Whitesboro 13, Ardmore (Okla.) 6 (5)


In Whitesboro, Jacob Smith was 2-for-4 with a double, two RBI and scored as the Bearcats opened their tournament with a victory against Ardmore (Okla.).


Chase Harding and Major Ledbetter each singled, walked twice and scored three times, Montana Morgan doubled, walked twice and scored twice, Paul Griffith drove in a run and scored twice and Luke Langford singled, walked, drove in a run and scored for Whitesboro (4-3), which continues tourney action on Friday.


Whitewright 11, Lone Grove (Okla.) 8


In Madill, Okla., Austin Testerman homered, walked twice and drove in three runs as Whitewright defeated Lone Grove (Okla.) to open the Whitesboro-Madill Tournament.


Jake Claborn was 3-for-4 with a double and scored twice, Dylan Cordell was 2-for-4 with a pair of doubles, two RBI and scored three times, Karsten Fabian was 2-for-2, walked, drove in a run and scored twice, Deegan Bement was 2-for-4, drove in a run and scored and Ryne Godbey singled, waled, drove in two and scored for Whitewright (6-4), which continues tourney action on Friday.


Marietta (Okla.) 5, S&S 3


In Whitesboro, Zach Colwell was 2-for-5 with two RBI and scored during S&S’ loss against Marietta (Okla.) to open the Whitesboro-Madill Tournament.


Cassyn Graham was 2-for-4, walked and drove in a run, Cade Russell walked twice and Eli Mahan and Kota Richardson singled for S&S (4-5-1), which continues tourney play on Friday.


Sulphur (Okla.) 10, Howe 5


In Madill, Okla., Layton Elvington was 2-for-3, walked and scored twice as Howe opened the Whitesboro-Madill Tournament with a loss against Sulphur (Okla.).


Garrett Gregg doubled and drove in a run, Luke Lopez singled and scored, Kolbe Lappin singled and drove in a run, Derek Kirschner walked and scored and Dylan Hughs drove in a run for Howe (1-13), which continues tourney play on Friday.


Anna Tournament


Pottsboro 4, Anna 3


In Anna, Jett Carroll was 2-for-3 and earned the save as Pottsboro defeated the host Coyotes to finish the first day of the Anna Tournament.


Jackson Lipscomb was 2-for-4, drove in a run and scored, Jake Williams was 2-for-3 and scored, Barrett Kent singled and drove in two, Robert Goins singled, drove in a run and scored and Aaron Massie did not allow an earned run on three hits with five strikeouts and no walks in six innings for Pottsboro (9-1), which continues tourney action on Friday.


In earlier tourney play, the Cardinals had a 6-3 win over Bonham.


Kent was 3-for-4 and a triple shy of the cycle with three RBI and scored twice, Jasek Hooker was 2-for-4, tripled and scored twice, Goins was 2-for-4 and scored, Williams singled, drove in a run and scored and Titus Lyons doubled and walked.


Trystan Mallory was 2-for-2 with a double and scored twice, Drew Abate was 2-for-3 with two RBI and Jake Spiller doubled for Bonham.


Big Sandy Harmony 8, Van Alstyne 5 (6)


In Anna, David Terrill doubled and drove in four runs during Van Alstyne’s loss to finish the first day of the Anna Tournament.


Collin Reynolds singled and scored twice, Samuel Tormos walked three times and scored twice, Ethan Litzkow singled, walked and drove in a run and Cam Montgomery walked and scored for Van Alstyne (9-3), which continues tourney play on Friday.


In earlier tourney action, the Panthers had a 6-5 win in six innings over Emory Rains.


Dakota Howard was 2-for-3 with a double, two RBI and scored, Tormos was 2-for-3 with a double and scored three times, Zach Smith was 2-for-2 and drove in a run, Terrill was 2-for-2 and Cade Morgan singled, walked and drove in a run.


Franklin Tournament


Bells 5, Caldwell 3 (6)


In Franklin, Landon Morse threw 4.1 innings of hitless relief to earn the win as Bells topped Caldwell to finish the first day of the Franklin Tournament.


Cooper Smith singled, drove in two and scored twice, Tanner Carter singled and walked twice, Hayden Trainor singled, drove in a run and scored and Lane Kendrick singled and scored for the Panthers (7-5), who continue tourney play this weekend.


In earlier tournament action, the Panthers had a 7-5 loss in six innings to Cameron Yoe and a 5-3 loss in six innings against Groesbeck.


Against Cameron Yoe, Carter was 3-for-3, drove in a run and scored, Landon Nelson doubled, walked, drove in two and scored and Trainor and Kendrick each walked and scored.


Trainor and Cooper Smith each were 2-for-3 and scored in the loss to Groesbeck while Hank Weaver singled and drove in two, Carter singled, walked and scored and Lane Brown doubled.


Windthorst Tournament


Gunter 4, Peaster 2 (5)


In Windthorst, Trey Oblas doubled, drove in two runs and scored as Gunter finished the first day of the Windthorst Tournament with a victory against Peaster.


Kyle Ball was 2-for-3 with a double, drove in a run and scored, Brooks Caple doubled and drove in a run and Nash Daniel, Harrison Fox and Bryson Rigsby combined on a three-hitter for Gunter (10-4), which continues tourney action on Friday.


In earlier tourney action, the Tigers had an 11-3 victory in five innings over Jacksboro.


Garrett Vogel was 3-for-3 and a triple shy of the cycle with five RBI and scored twice, Ethan Watson singled, walked twice, drove in two and scored three times, Rigsby singled, walked twice and scored four times and Zander Turner singled, walked and drove in two runs.


Poolville Tournament


Lipan 6, Tom Bean 5 (4)


In Poolville, Owen Langford singled, drove in a run and scored during Tom Bean’s loss against Lipan to close out the first day of the Poolville Tournament.


Kaleb Wyrick singled and scored twice, Zach Lusk doubled, Andrew Johnson singled, walked and scored and Blake Watson walked and scored for Tom Bean (6-3-2), which continues tourney play this weekend.


In earlier tournament action, the Tomcats had a 7-7 tie in five innings against Peaster and a 4-0 loss in five innings to Poolville.


Against Peaster, Johnson was 2-for-2 with two RBI and scored, Wyrick doubled, walked, drove in two and scored twice, Watson singled and scored twice and Lusk and Lance Pauler each singled, walked and scored.


Against Poolville, Wyrick had the only hit for the Tomcats while Chase Parsons, Chris Hamon and Alex Sanchez walked.


Non-district


Tioga 15, Celeste 14 (8)


In Tioga, Kaleb Scott was 3-for-4 with four RBI and scored as Tioga earned a walk-off victory over Celeste in non-district action.


Landon Thompson was 3-for-5, drove in a run and scored twice, Clay Mott was 3-for-4 with a double, two RBI and scored twice, Logan Westbrook was 2-for-3, drove in a run, scored three times walked three times, Tanner Yant was 2-for-5 with a double and scored twice and Reagan Mejia singled, drove in two runs and scored for the Bulldogs (6-5-1).


Tioga started the day with a 6-3 victory against Wolfe City. Scott was 2-for-4 with a double and drove in a run, Yant singled, walked, drove in a run and scored twice, Mejia doubled and scored and Chase Jones singled and walked.