Faith baseball pounds Pantego Christian

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The Grapevine Faith Christian baseball team hammered Arlington Pantego Christian on Friday night, winning by a score of 10-1 in TAPPS 1-4A competition.

Daniel Brumbaugh got the win for the Lions, allowing just three hits in game.

Zach Postema homered in the game for Grapevine Faith, while Garrett Lakey and Riley Severide both doubled in the game for the Lions.

Faith will square off with Fort Worth Christian at 7:15 p.m. on Thursday at Oak Grove Park.

Covenant defeats Carrollton Christian handily

The Colleyville Covenant Christian baseball team cruised to a 10-0 victory against Carrollton Christian last Tuesday, surrendering just one hit in the game.

Justin Garcia tripled in the game for the Cougars, while Luke Barnes doubled for Covenant.

Colleyville Covenant followed up the victory against Carrollton Christian with a 10-3 victory against Ovilla Christian on Friday night.

Colleyville Covenant will play Frisco Legacy at 7 p.m. on Thursday at home.

Two Lions players sign to play college ball

Grapevine Faith baseball players recently signed to play college ball beginning next school year.

Brance Kahle signed with Murray State College, and Brett Perkins is going to Bacone College.

Kahle and Perkins make it four players total to sign to play at the college level next season, as they join teammates Jared Pruett and Justin Davis, who signed letters of intent to play with Three Rivers College in Missouri and Pepperdine University, respectively, earlier this school year.

UKUSA Soccer camps set for early June, July and August

The Grapevine-Southlake Soccer Association will be hosting its UKUSA summer soccer camps from June 10-13, July 8-11 and Aug. 5-8.

Camps will run from 9-11:30 a.m. at Oak Grove Park in Grapevine and cost $100 per participant.

Visit www.gssasoccer.org for more information.

The camps will be put on by Barry “Mitch” Mitchell.

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