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WEEKEND ROUNDUP: Horn softball, baseball teams play strong in tournament action
If this past weekend was any indication, the Horn softball and baseball teams have a lot to look forward to this season.
The Jaguar softball team posted a 4-1 record at the Mesquite ISD Invitational on Friday and Saturday.
Horn started strong with a pair of good all-around efforts in shutout victories over Mansfield Summit (10-0) and Sachse (8-0)
The Jaguars then outslugged Waxahachie for a 12-7 win. Ashley Moore got the win on the mound, with Kelsea Fite and Aubree Turbeville supplying doubles to lead the offense.
Horn's one slip-up at the tournmaent came at the hands of Mansfield Legacy, who despite giving up 11 Jaguar hits, was able to pull out an 8-5 win.
The baseball team was busy at the DeSoto/Cedar Hill Tournament, where it won three games.
Horn closed out the event with an 8-4 victory over Euless Trinity on Saturday. Clayton Youngman earned the win, with Jared Thompson and Tommy Willard doubling to lead a 10-hit attack.
Earlier that day, the Jaguars had doubled up Bishop Dunne, 4-2. Thompson, Brett Harryman and Jordan Brasuell provided the big hits.
Horn had opened the tournament on Friday with Michael Floyd earning the win on the mound in an 8-2 win against Royse City.
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