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By Elizabeth Tanner
The Red River Sun
CHILDRESS – Taking a late lead to defeat Tulia 7-4 on Monday, March 15, Bobcat Camden Read grounded out, scoring one run, to break the tie in the bottom of the fifth.
Hitting the ground running, Creek Churchill got things started in the second inning, singling on the first pitch of the at-bat for one run.
Notching another three runs in the fourth inning, Mike Rodriguez and Collin Bishop each managed RBIs in the frame.
Pitching, Bishop surrendered four runs on eight hits over seven innings, striking out eight and walking one.
Racking up 16 hits, Rodriguez, Ben Ellerbrook, Churchill, Bishop and Scout Smith each collected multiple hits with Rodriguez going three-for-three at the plate to lead. Smith had the most chances in the first with eight. Leading in stolen bases was Churchill, who snagged three of the Bobcats’ 11.