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Calera 6, Caddo 0

A six-run first inning uprising was all Calera needed to improve to 3-0 on the season Monday evening with a 6-0 blanking of visiting Caddo.

The Bulldogs fired their third consecutive no-hitter to begin the season as freshman Dillon Bumgarner twirled the pitching gem.

He allowed just one walk, one hit batsman and struck out four Bruins while going the distance.

In the opening frame, Cooper Hamilton led off with a walk and stole second before James Vazquez and Shawn Harper were hit by pitches.

Brayden Langley and Zach Maynard coaxed free passes to force in runs ahead of two-run singles by Chase Hamilton and Rylan Neal.

Calera’s only other hit came on a Harper double in the second inning.

The Bulldogs open their own Red River Classic on Thursday against Boswell at 6 p.m. Caddo travels to Colbert for its next game today.

Silo 10, Colbert 2

Silo utilized a combined pitching effort from Tanner Jones, Austin Thomas, Kash Walls and Trevor Daily on a season-opening no-hitter.

The Rebel foursome struck out 10 and issued seven walks in the contest.

Silo plated all the runs it would need with three tallies in the second inning before tacking on another in the fourth.

Caddo cut the margin to 4-2 in the top of the sixth before the Rebels erupted for six runs in the botton of the inning to put it away.

Parker Holland topped the offensive barrage for Silo with three hits as Joyal Savage, Kash Walls, Carson Atwood and Dainjer Robinson also notched two apeice.

Silo visits Soper today for its next outing. Colbert is at home to face Caddo.

Bennington 15, Clayton/Moyers 5

After spotting Clayton/Moyers a 5-0 lead through one and a half innings, Bennington came storming back with 15 unanswered runs to pick up the win and improve to 2-0 on the season.

The Bears pushed across eight runs in the bottom of the second, tacked on five more in the third and finished it on the run rule with a pair in the fourth.

Talon McWilliams notched a pair of hits, including a double and RBI to lead the charge.

Anthony Perez and Keaton Robison each added a double, two runs and two batted in. Josh Rubio had one hit and scored three times while Kody Powell, Adnrew McDonald and Tucker McWilliams all posted one hit and drove in a run each.

Bennington is slated to host Victory Life today.

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