Jason Gomez’s RBI double drove in Mason Erwin as Farmersville’s baseball team completed a two-game sweep over Quinlan Ford with a 5-4 victory Friday night.
The Farmers (3-1, 8-11) were trailing 4-2 after the fifth inning but battled back with two runs in the sixth to send the game into extra innings. Mason Erwin drove in the first run on a sacrifice fly before Cooper Strawn tied the game with an RBI ground out.
That led to the eighth inning when Erwin reached base with a one-out single. Two batters later, Gomez found a gap with two outs to drive in the winning run.
Farmersville will continue their season with three non-district home games. They’ll face Anna on Tuesday, Sanger on Friday and Mt. Vernon on Saturday, April 2.
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By Kyle Grondin • [email protected]