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DFW baseball recap April 23: Arlington Martin captures 4-6A title; Allen edges Plano West

Martin 11, Lamar 0

The Warriors scored 7 runs in the top of the 5th and Patrick Hail allowed 6 hits and struck out 7 in the complete game effort to send Martin to the District 4-6A championship.

Martin (11-2) entered the night a game up on Lamar (9-4) for first place. The two will end the regular season at Martin on Friday.

Martin scored 6 times with 2 outs in the 5th starting with Collin Adams’ RBI double to right field. Elijah Nunez, who finished with 4 RBI, capped off the frame with a bases-clearing triple.

Justice Hayes and Nunez had back-to-back RBI singles in the 2nd.

Nolan Catholic 4, Bishop Lynch 1

Jacob Watson and Drew Emrich combined to allow 5 hits with 3 strikeouts in 5 innings to send the Vikings past Lynch. Nolan improved to 6-3 in district.

Zach Cawyer’s RBI single in the 1st put Nolan up 1-0 and the Vikings added 2 in the 2nd.

Sam Adams added an RBI sac-fly in the 5th.

Watson allowed 3 hits in 4 innings.

FW All Saints 10, TC-Addison 0

The Saints improved to 8-3 in district after scoring 5 runs in the bottom of the 5th to defeat TCA via run rule.

Mason Speaker threw a 3-hit shutout and struck out 5. He went 3 for 3 with a double and 2 RBI.

Speaker and Jack Hardgrove recorded back-to-back RBI singles to start the rally in the 5th. Hardgrove finished 3 for 3 with a home run, double and 4 RBI.

Jacob Speaker went 2 for 3 with 3 runs scored.

Paschal 16, Sam Houston 0

Raul Aragon doubled, tripled and drove in 4 runs as the Panthers beat the Texans to improve to 8-5 in 4-6A.

Will Hahnfeld and Diego Floran combined to throw a 1-hit shutout with 5 strikeouts. Hahnfeld struck out 4 batters.

Gabriel Aragon went 3 for 3 with 2 RBI, and Casey Krippel and Matthew Puente also drove in 2 runs each.

The Panthers scored 6 runs in the 1st and 8 in the 2nd.

Allen 1, Plano West 0

Nate Wodka threw a 3-hit shutout and struck out 10, and an RBI in the 5th from Austin Carmichael sent the Eagles past the Wolves. The Eagles improved to 10-3 in District 9-6A.

Jack Hattrup allowed 4 hits and struck out 5 for the Wolves.

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