Crockett baseballers came up short against Trinity 4-1 in a district road game Friday, April 17.
"We played really good defense and the kids played hard, but we just didn't hit the baseball," said CHS head coach James Evans. "Trinity had the one big inning that killed us."
The game was scoreless until the bottom of the fifth when Trinity pushed across four runs.
After Chris Griffith smacked a leadoff homer in the sixth, Case Robinson hit a two-out double but was left on base.
Crockett batters managed just six hits. Robinson and Colby Davenport both went 2-for-3, Griffith 1-for-2 and Javonte Mask 1-for-3.
Starting moundsman Robinson worked five innings and gave up four runs on five hits while striking out three and walking one. Davenport, pitching the final inning, gave up no runs and no hits while recording no walks and no strikeouts.
"We have three games left and we're still in it," said Evans.
The Bulldogs (6-5) played Elkhart on Tuesday and hostBuffalo (8-3) on Friday, April 24.