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As Clear Springs flows, Galveston keeps playing postseason Ball

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STATE TITLE hopes remain alive for the baseball teams of Clear Springs and Galveston Ball, both of which advanced to this weekend’s regional quarterfinal rounds in class 6a and 5a, respectively.
Clear Springs will meet Deer Park in a best-of-three series that begins tomorrow, Thursday, at Rice University’s Reckling Field at 7:00pm. Game two will be played in Crosby on Friday beginning at 7:30pm, with game three, if necessary, also played in Crosby on Saturday with a 4:00pm start time.
Springs advanced after outlasting state-ranked Kingwood in an intense three-game set that was capped by pitcher Riley Schulz’s complete game three-hitter in a 6-0 win this past Saturday in Crosby. Schulz got all the offense he needed in the bottom of the second inning with the Chargers tallied five runs to cripple any hopes of Kingwood’s season advancing.
Ball moved to the regional quarterfinals after completing a sweep of Kingwood Park in a 6-2 victory this past Friday night and will now face Crosby in a best-of-three series that will see Crosby host game one on tomorrow, Thursday at 7:30pm. The series moves to Galveston for game two for an 8:00pm start on Friday with game three, if necessary, set for Saturday at 1:00pm at Deer Park.
While Clear Springs and Galveston Ball advanced, three other area teams saw their baseball seasons come to an end over the past weekend.
Dickinson was unable to get past North Shore as the Mustangs blanked the Gators 7-0 in the decisive game three of a class 6a, region III area round series this past Saturday, while Santa Fe was knocked out of the postseason by Barbers Hill, who shut out the Indians 2-0 on Friday to complete a sweep of their class 5a, region III area round matchup. Hitchcock’s bid for a regional quarterfinal date was canceled by Central Heights, as the state’s top team in class 3a swept the Bulldogs.

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