Rock Creek 10, Boswell 0
Rock Creek jumped out to a 4-0 lead after one inning and cruised the rest of the way to a four inning run rule of Boswell.
Garrett Schafer recorded the pitching win with four shutout frames while yielding just one hit and striking out eight.
The Mustangs pushed the advantage to 5-0 after two stanzas, 9-0 following three and ended it on a walkoff solo home run by Noe Alaniz in the fourth.
Alaniz also had a double to finish with two hits. Josh Eiler and Christian McGowan also posted a pair of hits with Eiler driving in two and McGowan adding a double.
Davis Rogers chipped in a double and two RBI with Austin Bonner and Austin Montgomery adding a hit each.
Rock Creek faces Allen in the Rattan Tournament on Thursday at 2 p.m. for its next outing.
Calera 8, Caney 0
The Calera Bulldogs broke open a tight game in the final three innings to improve to 10-0 on the year.
Chase Hamilton singled and scored on a Rylan Neal hit in the second inning and that 1-0 edge held until the fourth when the hosts began to pull away.
Tristen Corbin ignited a two-run uprising with a single in front of three Cougar errors. They tacked on two more in the fifth spurred by hits from Zack Maynard and Hamilton.
Calera wrapped it up with three tallies in the sixth sparked by a James Vazquez double and Shawn Harper single.
Corbin was the pitching benefactor as he went the distance allowing just two hits with seven strikeouts and two walks.
The Bulldogs also notched two wins in the Union City Festival over the weekend, blanking Navajo, 9-0, and also run-ruling Riverside, 10-2.
Hamilton recorded the pitching triumph against Navajo with a two-hit complete game effort while fanning nine in five stanzas.
Calera plated three runs in the second, two in the third and four in the fifth to end it early.
The Bulldogs made the most of just three hits in the contest with Cooper Hamilton, Harper and Maynard posting one each.
Against Riverside, southpaw Dillon Bumgarner went the distance yielding two runs on five hits with three strikeouts.
Calera pushed across four runs in the opening frame before finishing it off with six in the sixth.
Harper and Maynard ended with two hits each as Harper had a double and two RBI in the final explosion.
Cooper Hamilton and Luke Weddle also had a hit apiece.