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Fort Worth area high school baseball district standings April 7, 2019

3rd grader Khloe Brandon throws out first pitch at Central baseball game

9-year-old Khloe Brandon, who goes to Lone Star Elementary, threw out the first pitch during the Central vs. Byron Nelson baseball game on Tuesday March 19, 2019. Brandon was diagnosed with Leukemia in December.
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9-year-old Khloe Brandon, who goes to Lone Star Elementary, threw out the first pitch during the Central vs. Byron Nelson baseball game on Tuesday March 19, 2019. Brandon was diagnosed with Leukemia in December.

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*playoff berth

**district title

BASEBALL

UIL

District 3-6A

SA Central 5-3

Trinity 4-2

LD Bell 4-2

Weatherford 4-4

Abilene 4-4

Richland 3-3

Haltom 0-6

District 4-6A

Martin 7-1

Paschal 6-2

Lamar 6-2

Bowie 5-3

Arlington 4-4

North Crowley 3-5

Trimble Tech 1-7

Sam Houston 0-8

District 5-6A

Carroll 7-1

Byron Nelson 6-2

Guyer 5-3

Fossil Ridge 5-3

Keller 5-3

Eaton 3-5

Timber Creek 1-7

Central 0-8

9-year-old Khloe Brandon, who goes to Lone Star Elementary, threw out the first pitch during the Central vs. Byron Nelson baseball game on Tuesday March 19, 2019. Brandon was diagnosed with Leukemia in December.

District 7-6A

Lake Ridge 6-2

Waxahachie 6-2

Grand Prairie 6-2

SGP 5-3

Mansfield 4-4

Cedar Hill 3-5

Summit 2-6

DeSoto 0-8

District 4-5A

Aledo 6-2

Cooper 6-2

Wylie 4-2

Rider 2-4

Wichita Falls 0-8

District 5-5A

Centennial 7-1

Legacy 7-1

Burleson 5-3

Granbury 5-3

Crowley 3-5

Everman 3-5

Seguin 1-7

Timberview 1-7

District 6-5A

Arlington Heights 8-0

South Hills 7-1

North Side 6-2

Southwest 5-3

Carter-Riverside 4-4

Wyatt 1-7

Poly 1-7

Eastern Hills 0-8

District 7-5A

Heritage 8-0

Grapevine 6-2

Brewer 5-3

Azle 4-4

Birdville 3-5

Boswell 3-5

Chisholm Trail 2-6

Saginaw 1-7

Colleyville Heritage senior shortstop Bobby Witt Jr., who is projected to be the No. 1 overall player selected in this year's MLB Draft, hit a lead-off home run vs. Birdville on March 15, 2019.

District 8-5A

Denton 8-0*

Little Elm 5-1

Ryan 4-2

Lake Dallas 4-4

Braswell 1-5

Northwest 1-5

The Colony 1-7

District 14-5A

Cleburne 5-1

Corsciana 5-1

Joshua 5-3

Ennis 4-4

Red Oak 3-3

Midlothian 2-4

University 0-8

District 9-4A

Castleberry 5-0

Benbrook 4-1

Western Hills 3-2

DHJ 2-3

Lake Worth 0-4

Dunbar 0-4

District 10-4A

Sunnyvale 6-2

Crandall 6-2

Kennedale 4-4

Ranchview 0-8

District 7-3A

Brock 7-1

Breckenridge 7-1

Boyd 5-3

Paradise 5-3

Peaster 3-5

Tolar 3-5

Millsap 2-6

Jacksboro 0-8

TAPPS

Division 1 District 1

All Saints 5-1

Liberty Christian 4-2

Nolan Catholic 4-4

TCA 3-5

Midland Christian 2-6

Division 2 District 1

SW Christian 6-0

Legacy Christian 4-3

Grapevine Faith 4-4

FW Christian 3-3

Dallas Christian 0-7

Division 3 District 2

TC Willow Park 5-1

Covenant 4-1

Temple Christian 2-2

Coram Deo 0-3

Fellowship 0-4

Division 3 District 3

Pantego 4-0

All Saints 4-0

Grace Prep 2-2

Shelton 2-4

Lucas Christian 0-6

Division 4 District 1

San Jacinto 5-0

Lake Country 3-1

Denton Calvary 2-2

Midland Classical 2-3

Harvest 2-3

FW Calvary 0-5

Division 5 District 1

Weatherford Christian 6-0

Bethesda 3-0-1

Sacred Heart 5-2

Abilene Christian 3-1-1

Coram Deo 2-6

Faustina 1-5

Notre Dame Catholic 0-6

SPC

Country Day 3-0

Trinity Valley 3-0

St. Mark’s 3-1

Greenhill 2-2

Oakridge 2-2

Cistercian 1-3

Casady 0-3

Episcopal 0-3

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Born and raised in Hawaii, Brian Gosset graduated from Northern Arizona University with a degree in journalism before coming to Texas in 2014. He’s covered high school sports — yes, pretty much every high school sport — for the Star-Telegram ever since.
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