Pearland Oiler Baseball: Game Summaries

Monday, February 9

 Hot bats not enough, Pearland Oilers Varsity succumbs to Clear Creek, 12-11

Twelve hits weren't enough for Pearland Oilers Varsity as it lost a shootout, 12-11 in 14 innings, to Clear Creek on Monday at Pearland HS.

#5 got the win for Clear Creek. He tossed three innings of shutout ball. #5 struck out five, walked four and gave up one hit.

Mason Van Noort was the game's losing pitcher. He allowed six runs in three innings, walked one and struck out one.

Pearland Oilers Varsity jumped out to an early 1-0 lead in the bottom of the first. Caleb Maly kicked things off for Pearland Oilers Varsity with a single.

Clear Creek never trailed after scoring four runs in the fourth on a two-run double by #15 and an error.

Clear Creek tacked on another two runs in the sixth. A clutch passed ball scored #23 to open the scoring in the frame.

Four runs in the bottom of the eleventh helped Pearland Oilers Varsity close its deficit to 7-5. A passed ball, a double by Jake Orlando, and a two-run single by Brendan Owens sparked Pearland Oilers Varsity's rally. But, #18 got Bailey Cummings to strike out to end the inning.

Clear Creek built upon its lead with five runs in the twelfth. A error scored #7 to get Clear Creek on the board in the inning. That was followed up by #6's double, plating #22.

Two runs in the bottom of the twelfth helped Pearland Oilers Varsity close its deficit to 12-7. A passed ball and an RBI single by Ben Paddock set off Pearland Oilers Varsity rally. Finally, #18 induced an inning-ending strike out from Cody Williams.

After pushing across four runs in the bottom of the thirteenth, Pearland Oilers Varsity faced just a 12-10 deficit. A two-run double by Maly and a groundout by Seth Mikeska triggered Pearland Oilers Varsity's comeback. Clear Creek stopped the rally after #18 got Paddock to strike out.

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Friday, February 13

Early lead gives Pearland Oilers Varsity victory over LaPorte, 13-4

Pearland Oilers Varsity jumped out to an early lead on LaPorte and captured a 13-4 victory on Friday at LaPorte.

Five runs in the first three innings allowed Pearland Oilers Varsity to put the game away early.

A two-run error in the second inning supplied the early offense for Pearland Oilers Varsity.

Caleb Maly racked up two RBIs on two hits for Pearland Oilers Varsity. He singled in the sixth and twelfth innings.

Casey Michna recorded the win for Pearland Oilers Varsity. He pitched three shutout innings. He struck out three, walked none and surrendered no hits.

Pearland Oilers Varsity easily handled LaPorte pitching as six hitters combined for 11 hits, seven RBIs and 11 runs scored.

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Tuesday, February 17

Pearland Oilers Varsity outlast Northshore in high-scoring affair, 17-8

Fans were treated to a high-scoring affair Tuesday as Pearland Oilers Varsity outscored Northshore 17-8 in 14 innings.

Hitters on both sides were strong at the plate as the teams combined for 26 hits, including six extra base hits.

Pearland Oilers Varsity sealed the win with four runs in the ninth. Pearland Oilers Varsity scored in the ninth on an RBI single by Eddie Redou, a two-run single by Macord Foran, and an RBI single by Ben Paddock.

Brady Basso recorded the win for Pearland Oilers Varsity. He tossed four innings of shutout ball. He struck out eight, walked one and surrendered no hits.

Pearland Oilers Varsity easily handled Northshore pitching as six hitters combined for 14 hits, nine RBIs and 12 runs scored.

Pearland Oilers Varsity never trailed after scoring one run in the third on an error.

Pearland Oilers Varsity got two-run boosts in each of the fourth, eleventh and thirteenth. In the fourth, Pearland Oilers Varsity scored on a two-run home run by Seth Mikeska, scoring Brendan Owens.

Pearland Oilers Varsity tallied one run in each of the fifth, eighth and twelfth. In the fifth, Pearland Oilers Varsity scored on a sacrifice fly by Jacob Almendarez, plating Caleb Maly.

Two runs in the top of the sixth helped Northshore close its deficit to 4-2. A single by #24 and a groundout by #26 set off Northshore rally. Finally, Stephen McBroom induced an inning-ending single from #28.

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Friday, February 20

Hot bats not enough, Pearland Oilers Varsity succumbs to Santa Fe, 15-10

Pearland Oilers Varsity fell 15-10 to Santa Fe in 12 innings on Friday at Santa Fe despite racking up 10 hits and 10 runs.

Home runs for Santa Fe came when #11 homered in the fifth inning, #24 homered in the first and ninth innings, and #4 homered in the tenth inning.

Andreus Faltesek was charged with the loss. He lasted just three innings, walked three, struck out one, and allowed three runs.

The bottom of the first saw Santa Fe take an early lead, 3-0. The Santa Fe attack began with a double from #17. A groundout by #2 then moved #17 from second to third. #44 singled, scoring #17. Santa Fe then tacked on more runs when scored on a two-run home run by #24.

Santa Fe got three-run rallies in the fourth inning and the ninth. In the fourth, Santa Fe scored on an RBI double by #11, plating #3.

Pearland Oilers Varsity got two-run boosts in each of the sixth, eighth and twelfth. In the sixth, Pearland Oilers Varsity scored on an RBI single by Ben Paddock, bringing home Seth Mikeska.

Santa Fe never trailed after scoring three runs in the ninth on an error and a solo home run by #24.

One run in the top of the tenth helped Pearland Oilers Varsity close its deficit to 10-8. A sacrifice fly by Tyler Kimball fueled Pearland Oilers Varsity's comeback. #26 ended the inning by getting Brady Basso to strike out.

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Tuesday, February 24

Pearland Oilers Varsity score early and often in 13-1 win over Dobie

Pearland Oilers Varsity continued to pile up the runs on Tuesday, scoring three runs in the seventh inning, on the way to a 13-1 landslide win over Dobie at Dobie.

Pearland Oilers Varsity scored five runs in the fourth on Pearland Oilers Varsity scored in the fourth on a single by Cody Williams, an RBI single by Macord Foran, an RBI single by Ryan Diaz, a sacrifice fly by Jacob Almendarez, and a wild pitch.

Tyler Kimball led Pearland Oilers Varsity's offensive threat, as he got on base four times in the game. He doubled in the fifth inning and singled in the fourth and sixth innings.

Brady Basso shut down Dobie while he was on the rubber. Basso held Dobie hitless over one inning, allowed no earned runs, walked none and struck out three.  

Brendan Owens got the win for Pearland Oilers Varsity. He allowed one run over four innings. Owens struck out three, walked one and gave up three hits.

J Paredes was the game's losing pitcher. He allowed seven runs in 3 1/3 innings, walked one and struck out one.

Pearland Oilers Varsity went up for good in the second, scoring two runs on a fielder's choice and an RBI single by Foran.

Pearland Oilers Varsity brought home three runs in the fifth inning, and matched that run total in the seventh. In the fifth, Pearland Oilers Varsity scored on an RBI single by Williams, plating Kimball.

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Thursday, February 26

Pearland Oilers Varsity loses 4-0 to Clements

Ben Paddock did all he could to give Pearland Oilers Varsity a boost, but it wasn't enough to get past Clements, as Pearland Oilers Varsity lost 4-0 in seven innings at Pearland HS on Thursday.

Paddock went a perfect 2-2 at the dish for Pearland Oilers Varsity. He singled in the third and fifth innings.

Z Hyatt recorded the win for Clements. He tossed five innings of shutout ball. Hyatt struck out four, walked none and gave up five hits.

Nick Landrum was the game's losing pitcher. He lasted just 3 1/3 innings, walked one, struck out four, and allowed one run.

Clements never trailed after scoring one run in the fifth on a walk by D Priwin.

Clements increased its lead with two runs in the sixth. A clutch passed ball scored J Sattler to open the scoring in the frame.

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Thursday, February 26

Pearland Oilers Varsity jumps on Clear Springs early and coasts to 10-0 win

Pearland Oilers Varsity jumped out to an early lead on Clear Springs and captured a 10-0 victory on Thursday at Pearland HS.

Five runs in the first three innings allowed Pearland Oilers Varsity to put the game away early.

A wild pitch, a two-run error, an RBI single by Jacob Almendarez, and an RBI double by Seth Mikeska during the second inning supplied the early offense for Pearland Oilers Varsity.

Jacob Almendarez reached base three times in the game for Pearland Oilers Varsity. He scored two runs and had one RBI.

Pearland Oilers Varsity's Casey Michna kept Clear Springs off the scoreboard for all five innings he was on the hill. He pitched a shutout, allowing no opposing players to cross the plate on three hits while ringing up five.

A Hohlt couldn't get it done on the mound for Clear Springs, taking a loss. He allowed seven runs in four innings, walked three and struck out one.

Pearland Oilers Varsity built upon its lead with two runs in the fourth. The inning got off to a hot start when Mikeska singled, scoring Jacob Almendarez.

Pearland Oilers Varsity piled on three more runs in the bottom of the fifth. A error scored Jake Orlando for the inning's first run.

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Friday, February 27

Pearland Oilers Varsity sixth-inning burst enough to top Episcopal, 9-0

Pearland Oilers Varsity beat Episcopal 9-0 in seven innings on Friday at Pearland HS after a six-run explosion in the sixth inning.

Pearland Oilers Varsity scored in the sixth on an RBI single by Jacob Whitehead, a walk by Ryan Diaz, a two-run single by Jacob Almendarez, and an RBI single by Ben Paddock.

Jacob Almendarez racked up three RBIs on two hits for Pearland Oilers Varsity.

Episcopal had no answer for Stephen McBroom, who kept runners off the basepaths in his appearance. Episcopal managed just one hit off of the Pearland Oilers Varsity's pitcher, who allowed no earned runs, walked three and struck out six during his five innings of work.

Mitchell took the loss for Episcopal. He lasted just four innings, walked none, struck out two, and allowed three runs.

Pearland Oilers Varsity never surrendered the lead after the third inning, scoring three runs on a two-run error and an RBI single by Jacob Almendarez.

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Friday, February 27

Brazoswood falls 10-0 at the hands of Pearland Oilers Varsity

Pearland Oilers Varsity beat Brazoswood on Friday 10-0 at Pearland HS in six innings.

Pearland Oilers Varsity scored three runs in the fifth on Pearland Oilers Varsity scored in the fifth on a two-run single by Ben Paddock and an error.

Paddock racked up three RBIs on two hits for Pearland Oilers Varsity.

Pearland Oilers Varsity's Andreus Faltesek kept Brazoswood off the scoreboard for all five innings he was on the mound. He pitched a shutout, allowing no opposing players to cross the plate on three hits while ringing up five.

A Bell was the game's losing pitcher. He lasted just 1 1/3 innings, walked four, struck out one, and allowed four runs.

Pearland Oilers Varsity didn't relinquish the lead after scoring one run in the first inning when it scored on a single by Tyler Kimball.

Pearland Oilers Varsity got three-run rallies in the second inning and the fifth. In the second, Pearland Oilers Varsity scored when Jacob Almendarez was hit by a pitch, bringing home Seth Mikeska.

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Saturday, February 28

Pearland Oilers Varsity seize victory thanks to late solo blast, drop St. Pius 5-2

Pearland Oilers Varsity and St. Pius volleyed the lead five times on Saturday, but Pearland Oilers Varsity came out on top for a 5-2 win on Saturday at Pearland HS.

Pearland Oilers Varsity pulled out the win thanks to a strong fourth inning. Pearland Oilers Varsity scored on a solo home run by Seth Mikeska off J Jones.

Pearland Oilers Varsity was led by a flawless day at the dish by Ben Paddock, who went 3-3 against St. Pius' pitching. He doubled in the third inning and singled in the first and fifth innings.

Jaron Roblyer recorded the win for Pearland Oilers Varsity. He allowed two runs over four innings. Roblyer struck out two, walked two and gave up four hits.

J Jones couldn't get it done on the hill for St. Pius, taking a loss. He lasted just four innings, walked two, struck out none, and allowed four runs.

Pearland Oilers Varsity closer Kyle Carson put away the final three outs to record the save.

In the top of the first, St. Pius grabbed the early lead, 1-0. C Broussard started the rally for St. Pius with a single. An error then moved C Broussard from first to second.

Pearland Oilers Varsity survived St. Pius' surge and put up one run of its own in the first. Pearland Oilers Varsity scored on an RBI single by Paddock.

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Tuesday, March 3

Pasadena falls 13-3 at the hands of Pearland Oilers Varsity

Pearland Oilers Varsity beat Pasadena on Tuesday 13-3 at Pearland HS in five innings.

Pearland Oilers Varsity scored six runs in the fourth on Pearland Oilers Varsity scored in the fourth on an RBI single by Jacob Almendarez, an RBI single by Jacob Whitehead, an error, and a three-run home run by Cody Williams.

The teams traded runs for most of the contest, leading to four lead changes in the game.

Pearland Oilers Varsity pulled out the win thanks to a strong second inning. Pearland Oilers Varsity went up for good on an RBI triple by Eddie Redou off D Villareal, plating Raymon Garza.

Ryan Diaz boosted his batting average thanks to a perfect 2-2 day at the plate to pace Pearland Oilers Varsity. He doubled in the second inning and singled in the fourth inning.

 Brendan Owens got it done on the mound on the way to a win. He allowed one run over two innings. Owens struck out four, walked four and gave up one hit.

Pearland Oilers Varsity easily handled Pasadena pitching as six hitters combined for 11 hits, 11 RBIs and nine runs scored.

Villareal couldn't get it done on the bump for Pasadena, taking a loss. He lasted just two innings, walked one, struck out one, and allowed five runs.

Pearland Oilers Varsity answered Pasadena's top inning with two runs of its own in the first. Pearland Oilers Varsity scored on a two-run triple by Tyler Kimball.

Pearland Oilers Varsity brought home one run in the third inning, and matched that run total in the fifth. In the third, Pearland Oilers Varsity scored on a solo home run by Seth Mikeska.

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Thursday, March 5

Ryan Diaz helps Pearland Oilers Varsity down Clear Lake 8-4

Ryan Diaz went 2-2 as Pearland Oilers Varsity took home an 8-4 victory over Clear Lake in seven innings at Clear Lake on Thursday.

He singled in the fifth inning and doubled in the seventh inning.

Kyle Carson put together a nice outing. Carson gave up just one hit, allowed no earned runs, walked none and struck out four during his three innings of work.

Pearland Oilers Varsity jumped out to an early 2-0 lead in the top of the second. The Pearland Oilers Varsity attack began with a single from Raymon Garza. A groundout by Eddie Redou then moved Garza from first to second. Pearland Oilers Varsity pushed more runs across when Diaz scored on an RBI single by Jacob Whitehead.

Clear Lake scored three runs of its own in the third. Clear Lake scored on a three-run home run by G Vanzijll.

Clear Lake tied the game in the fourth on a steal of home.

Pearland Oilers Varsity went up for good in the fifth, scoring four runs on a fielder's choice, a groundout by Redou, and two singles.

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Thursday, March 5

Pearland Oilers Varsity defeats Atascocita after late game double, 5-4

Pearland Oilers Varsity and Atascocita exchanged the lead seven times on Thursday, but Pearland Oilers Varsity ended up on top with a 5-4 win in seven innings over Atascocita.

Pearland Oilers Varsity pulled out the win thanks to a strong fifth inning. Pearland Oilers Varsity scored on an RBI double by Cody Williams off #6, bringing home Seth Mikeska.

Williams put himself in scoring position with two extra-base hits for Pearland Oilers Varsity.

Andreus Faltesek got the win for Pearland Oilers Varsity. He allowed four runs over 4 2/3 innings. He struck out five, walked five and surrendered one hit.

M Johnson was the game's losing pitcher. He lasted just 4 1/3 innings, walked two, struck out one, and allowed five runs.

Pearland Oilers Varsity closer Nick Landrum put away the final three outs to record the save.

The top of the first saw Atascocita take an early lead, 2-0. Atascocita's rally started when A Soularie singled. Atascocita added more runs when Higginbotham scored on an RBI single by A Soularie.

Atascocita brought home one run in the third inning, and matched that run total in the fifth. In the third, Atascocita scored on a passed ball, scoring J Anderson.

After a quick strike from Atascocita, Pearland Oilers Varsity responded with two runs in the third. Pearland Oilers Varsity scored on a groundout by Mikeska and a groundout by Williams.

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Friday, March 6

Nederland falls 14-6 at the hands of Pearland Oilers Varsity

Pearland Oilers Varsity beat Nederland on Friday 14-6 at Clear Brook in five innings.

The teams traded runs for most of the contest, leading to five lead changes in the game.

Pearland Oilers Varsity took the lead in the third inning and held on for the victory. A groundout by Eddie Redou scored Tyler Kimball and gave Pearland Oilers Varsity the lead for good.

Cody Williams racked up three RBIs on one hit for Pearland Oilers Varsity. He homered in the fourth inning.

Bailey Cummings got the win in relief for Pearland Oilers Varsity. Cummings pitched three innings and allowed one run.

B Smith ended up on the wrong side of the pitching decision, charged with the loss. He allowed nine runs in three innings, walked three and struck out none.

The top of the first saw Nederland take an early lead, 3-0. A triple by C Price, bringing home C Broussard and A Klautz started the inning off. Nederland then tacked on more runs when Price scored on a groundout by C Kemp.

Pearland Oilers Varsity scored three runs of its own in the first. Pearland Oilers Varsity scored on an RBI single by Ben Paddock, an RBI single by Seth Mikeska, and a sacrifice fly by Jacob Whitehead.

Pearland Oilers Varsity answered Nederland's top inning with two runs of its own in the second. Pearland Oilers Varsity scored on a two-run single by Paddock.

After a quick strike from Nederland, Pearland Oilers Varsity responded with three runs in the fifth. Pearland Oilers Varsity scored on a hit by pitch, a hit by pitch, and a hit by pitch.

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Friday, March 6

Pearland Oilers Varsity survives Clear Brook rally, escapes with 5-4 victory

Clear Brook was never able to get over the hump and overcome its troubles against Pearland Oilers Varsity on Friday, as Clear Brook fell 5-4 at Clear Brook after falling behind by three runs in the fifth inning.

Clear Brook scored two runs in the sixth on a two-run single by G Hunt. Despite its efforts, Clear Brook couldn't get over the hump.

Seth Mikeska racked up two RBIs on two hits for Pearland Oilers Varsity. He doubled in the fourth inning and singled in the fifth inning.

 Brendan Owens recorded the win for Pearland Oilers Varsity. He allowed two runs over five innings. Owens struck out two, walked one and gave up three hits.

B Hill couldn't get it done on the hill for Clear Brook, taking a loss. He lasted just four innings, walked six, struck out six, and allowed three runs.

Pearland Oilers Varsity closer Nick Landrum put away the final two outs to record the save.

In the bottom of the first, Clear Brook grabbed the early lead, 2-0. A single by T Mackey started the inning off. Clear Brook then tacked on more runs when Mackey scored on an RBI double by G Hunt.

Pearland Oilers Varsity never trailed after scoring two runs in the fourth on an RBI double by Mikeska and an RBI single by Cody Williams.

Pearland Oilers Varsity increased its lead with two runs in the fifth. Jacob Almendarez's single got things going, scoring Eddie Redou. That was followed up by Mikeska's single, bringing home Jacob Almendarez.

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