May 28, 2019
Cypress Ranch High School senior Jared Alvarez-Lopez watches his batted ball head toward the outfield during the opening game of the Mustangs’ Region III-6A semifinal series against Rockwall at the Mumford ISD Baseball Complex. Cypress Ranch swept the series and advanced to the regional championship round for the second year in a row. (Photo courtesy Greg Andrews)
May 28, 2019—The Cypress Ranch High School baseball team advanced past the regional semifinals in the Class 6A postseason and move on to the regional finals this week, putting the Mustangs one step away from the UIL Class 6A Baseball State Championships.
Cypress Ranch defeated Rockwall in a best-of-three series by the scores of 10-0 and 5-1. The Mustangs advance to the Region II-6A finals and will face McKinney Boyd in a best-of-three series at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor’s Red Murff Field (1750 Crusader Way) in Belton:
There is a break in the series on May 31 for seniors from both schools to attend their graduation ceremonies.
Cypress Ranch High School senior J.J. Goss pitches against Rockwall in the second game of the Mustangs’ Region II-6A semifinal series. Goss struck out nine in leading the Mustangs to the win. They won the best-of-three series and advance to face McKinney Boyd in the regional finals beginning May 29.
Tickets will be sold at the gate for $5 for adults and students.
The Cypress Ranch High School baseball team celebrates winning its Region II-6A semifinal series against Rockwall on May 24. The Mustangs advance to the fifth round of the postseason and will meet McKinney Boyd in the Region II-6A finals at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor’s Red Murff Field.