ABILENE, Texas (BCH Sports)-The Cooper Cougars hosted the Wylie Bulldogs Friday afternoon and won 7-1.

Cooper wins a game for the first time in 20 days.

The Bulldogs couldn’t find the strike zone which led Cooper to a bases loaded walk-in for the first score of the game.

The Cougars hit a few sac fly’s out to left field to draw in more runs on the board, going up 3-0 after two innings.

Cooper defeats Wylie, 7-1.

Cooper is back in action on Tuesday in Lubbock to face Monterey, while Wylie hits the road up north to take on the Plainsmen tomorrow.

District 4-Class 5A Baseball Scores:

Abilene High 3
Lubbock Monterey 1

Wylie 1
Cooper 7

Over at Wylie, the Lady Bulldogs hosted the Lady Eagles for a district game.

The Lady Eagles avenge their loss to the Lady Bulldogs earlier this season winning, 11-3.

Abilene High jumped on the board early in the first inning to take a 2-0 lead.

The Lady Bulldogs struggled to keep the bats swinging after the second inning and tried to make a come back but there wasn’t enough innings.

Abilene High and Wylie are tied for second place.

District 4-Class 5A Softball Scores:

Abilene High 11
Wylie 3

Cooper 5
Lubbock Cooper 12