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It was a tough night for the Amarillo Sox as they dropped both games of a doubleheader to defending League champion Winnipeg, 2-1 and 5-0. The Sox wasted Jason Johnson's strong outing in the first game. Johnson tossed six solid innings and led 1-0 before the bullpen gave up a couple of late runs. In the nightcap, the Sox managed just four hits in being shutout. Amarillo falls to 3-4 on the season and will open a weekend series at home tonight against Grand Prairie. The Airhogs come into the series 0-6 on the season.
The Amarillo Venom are gearing up for a road game on Monday at Abilene, a team which the Venom have already beaten twice this season. At his weekly news conference on Wednesday, Venom head coach Julian Reese said they won't have any problem getting up for playing the Bombers since the teams really don't like each other. He also said they have plenty of room for improvement after last week's 48-38 win over San Angelo. Reese said they really haven't put together a complete game where they are clicking on all cylinders.
Gametime is 6:05 p.m. on Monday in Abilene.
The West Texas A&M Track & Field team will be sending 16 student-athletes to this weekend’s NCAA Division II Outdoor Track & Field National Championships in Pueblo, Colorado. Four members of the team will be making return trips to the NCAA Championships while 12 others will be competing for the first time in the outdoor event. The Buffs will enter the weekend ranked #16 in the country while the women come in at #25.
“We are excited that we are taking this many athletes to the National Championships, this will be the largest group in program history” said WT head coach Darren Flowers “My hope is to come away with some Top-8 finishes and All-Americans, I would also like to see our team finish in the Top 20. I know we have the athletes to make a statement, but it will come down to execution and taking care of business.”
Frenship (W4, 35-5)
vs. Cleburne (W8, 33-5)
Game 1: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Hunter Field, Abilene
Game 2: 1 p.m. Saturday, Hunter Field, Abilene
*Game 3: 30 minutes after Game 2
Canyon (W3, 32-5)
vs. Wichita Falls Rider (R5, 29-6)
Game 1: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Moffett Field, Snyder
Game 2: 1 p.m. Saturday, Moffett Field, Snyder
*Game 3 30 minutes after Game 2