High School Softball

Star-Telegram Area Softball Rankings

Burleson Centennial’s Reagan Ellison is congratulated by Haley Kimberling (20) after scoring in the fifth inning against Burleson on Friday, May 13, 2016.
Burleson Centennial’s Reagan Ellison is congratulated by Haley Kimberling (20) after scoring in the fifth inning against Burleson on Friday, May 13, 2016. Special to the Star-Telegram

1. Birdville (17-3-1, 8-0 in 8-5A); Previous (1): Oregon commit Grace Green had six RBIs in two wins, perfect game on Friday vs Carter Riverside (Elena Garcia homered). Defeated Richland 15-4 on Tuesday.

2. Timber Creek (22-3-1, 6-1 in 3-6A); Previous (2): Vanessa Alonzo (UTPB) drove in four on Tuesday vs Midlothian; Mercy College commit Casey Akers and Sarah Hawkins drove in four on Friday vs Central.

3. Keller (17-4-1, 6-1 in 3-6A); Previous (3): Iowa State commit Kasey Simpson homered on Tuesday vs Haltom. Dylann Kaderka threw 14 innings, allowed one earned run and struck out 10.

4. Burleson Centennial (16-5, 9-0 in 9-5A); Previous (4): Spartans beat Everman and Seguin 34-4. Marley Eller, Ashley Brookman and Presley Green all homered on Friday vs Seguin.

5. Martin (21-8-1, 9-0 in 4-6A); Previous (5): Warriors have outscored district opponents 140-8. Lacy Mann (Arkansas Tech) threw shutout on Tuesday vs Bowie; game-high three RBIs on Friday vs Paschal.

6. Eaton (17-3-1, 7-1 in 6-5A); Previous (6): Eagles earned two wins to stay in first place. ACU commit Madelyn Wright went 14 innings and allowed two earned runs and struck out 18 batters.

7. Mansfield (13-6, 7-2 in 4-6A); Previous (7): UTA commit Paxton Scheurer earned two wins (11IP 1ER 13K) and drove in three on Friday vs Arlington (Reagan Hukill homered).

8. Legacy (13-9, 7-1 in 10-5A); Previous (8): Broncos got 7IP 10K from Southeastern Louisiana commit Sophie Hannabas on Friday vs Red Oak; and from UAB commit Jaycee Cook on Saturday vs Midlothian.

9. Brock (12-4, 6-0 in 7-3A); Previous (9): Eagles beat Tolar 17-0 for their fourth-straight shutout. Lubbock Christian commit Mattye Tyler threw a no-hitter, her third-straight shutout.

10. Granbury (15-7-2, 8-1 in 9-5A); Previous (-): Pirates won fourth-straight and stayed in second place with wins over Burleson and Everman. Stormi Burns five RBIs vs Elks; Kelby Been threw a perfect game vs Bulldogs.

Others: Arlington Heights, Nolan Catholic, Lake Ridge, Saginaw, Chisholm Trail, Lamar, Aledo, Colleyville Heritage, Richland, Kennedale, Godley, Boswell, Timberview

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