MIDLAND - The ACU Wildcats and Texas Tech Red Raiders close out their three-game, three-city series Tuesday night when they meet in a neutral-site game in Midland at Security Bank Ballpark.
The Wylie Bulldogs were taking on the Brownwood Lions Monday afternoon in a game originally scheduled for April 17th.
For the second-consecutive game, the McMurry University baseball team fell victim to a ninth-inning rally, losing at Angelo State University, 4-3.
The ACU Wildcats won the final game of their series with Sam Houston State with a two-run homer in the 9th inning to tie the game, and a solo-homerun in the 10th for a 3-2 victory.
ACU head baseball coach Britt Bonneau was just looking to catch lightning in a bottle in the bottom of the ninth Sunday afternoon when he sent Taylor Fajardo to the plate with the Wildcats trailing Sam Houston State, 2-0, and down to their last out.
HSU baseball team picked up a pair of wins against Ozarks on Sunday afternoon at Hunter Field to stay alive for an ASC postseason berth, finishing a suspended game from Saturday with a 10-2 win and winning the series finale 3-2.
The Abilene High Eagles were back on the diamond Saturday afternoon as they welcomed the district leading San Angelo Central Bobcats to Blackburn Field.
The Cooper Cougars continued district play Saturday afternoon as they traveled up to Lubbock to take on the Lubbock High Westerners.
Hardin-Simmons' baseball team fell 11-2 to Ozarks in the first game of an American Southwest Conference doubleheader at Hunter Field on Saturday and the second game was suspended by weather until 1 p.m. Sunday with HSU leading 9-2 in the sixth inning.