The Varsity Baseball team ended their season this past weekend with a 28-5 record as they lost a tough series against La Porte. The Longhorns were victorious 5-1 in 10 innings on Thursday with the help of a Brad Armstrong grand slam in the top of the 10th. The Longhorns fell 4-9 on Friday despite a 3 run homer by Jake Zatopek. Saturday saw the Longhorns battle til the end of 10 innings again but came up short as the Bulldogs won 7-6. It was a successful season with many proud moments and honors. Thank you to the players, parents, fans, administration, and faculty for your support and dedication. A special thanks to the Seniors who put in countless hours of hard work and dedication over their 4 years to help continue the success of Longhorn Baseball. Best of luck in your future endeavors.
The Varsity baseball team bounced back from 2 losses last week by defeating Elsik 9-0 on Tuesday night. Josh Lapierre took the mound and had 13 strikeouts while helping himself with 2 singles and an RBI. Jake Zatopek also had multiple hits including a double and homerun for 4 RBI’s will Dylan Rock contributing a double and 2 RBI’s. Colson Kostelnik came in to close out the 7th with 3 strikeouts. The 24-3 (9-2 District) Longhorns will host Alief Taylor this Friday as we honor the Senior players and their parents.
The Varsity Baseball team improved to 23-1 (8-0 District) with a 13-0 victory over Pearland Dawson in 5 innings. Joseph Menefee threw 4 hit less innings with Garrett Arredondo closing it out. The Longhorns combined for 12 hits with Kyle Boudreaux, Ty Abraham, Dylan Rock, and Bryce Debbs adding multiple hits. Boudreaux, Menefee, Brad Armstrong, and Jake Zatopek each had extra base hits with Zach Holhuter adding a solo bomb. The Longhorns will travel to Brazoswood on Tuesday to take on the Bucs.
The Longhorn Varsity baseball team improved to 19-1 (4-0 district) with an 11-4 win over Pearland last night. The team had 8 hits with Joseph Menefee contributing a double and 2 triples all while helping his cause on the mound. Jake Zatopek also had a triple. The Longhorns host Alief Elsik here at the Ranch on Friday.
The Longhorn Varsity Baseball team improved to 18-1 (3-0 district) after defeating Brazoswood 9-3 this past Friday night. The bats came alive with a Joseph Menefee homerun and winning pitcher, Brad Armstrong, getting a grand slam to help his cause. The Longhorns travel to Pearland on Tuesday to take on the 3-1 Oilers.
The Longhorn Varsity Baseball team improved to 17-1 (2-0 in District) over the break. The district wins came after two stellar pitching performances by Josh Lapierre and Joseph Menefee. Lapierre faced 24 batters and struck out 21 to get the complete game shutout. Menefee threw a no hitter against Pearland Dawson during his complete game shutout. The defense behind these guys and a few timely hits help secure the wins. The Longhorns are open this Tuesday but will host Brazoswood this Friday here at the Ranch.
The Varsity Baseball team hosted Montgomery Tuesday night and improved to 7-0 with a 16-8 victory over the Bears. The team fired the bats up with 10 total hits with several multiple base hits including a HR. The Longhorns will host the LCISD Tournament beginning Thursday and face some talented teams. Come out and support the Longhorn Baseball and Softball teams.
The Varsity Baseball team started their season off at the Spring Branch ISD Tournament and came away with a 6-0 record. The Longhorns beat Cy Ranch 5-4, Stratford 11-4, Southlake Carroll 7-2, Elkins 16-3 (5 innings), Lufkin 10-2, and Memorial 8-1 in 8 innings. The Longhorns will host Montgomery on Tuesday night and the LCISD Tournament beginning Thursday.
The Longhorn Varsity Baseball team ended their season with a record of 21-9 after two tough losses to Galveston Ball this past weekend in Bi-district play. The team would like to thank everyone that supported them along the way and we look forward to the challenge of moving to 6A next year.
Game 1 – 7 p.m., May 6 at Brazoswood High School;
Game 2 – 1 p.m., May 7 at Brazoswood High School; and
Game 3 – (if necessary) at Brazoswood High School 30 minutes after the last out of Game 2