The Midlothian baseball team had no problems in Mansfield last weekend as it swept a four-game tournament.

In game one, Midlothian bested Mansfield Summit 2-1 thanks to a RBI single by Ethan Hallmark

A single, scoring Blake Laney gave Midlothian the lead in the seventh inning.

Jimmy Fouse handled Mansfield Summit's lineup with ease, racking up seven strikeouts. Jimmy allowed one earned run, four hits and one walk over five innings.

The top of the first saw Midlothian take an early lead, 1-0. A double by Matt Heck, plating Blake Laney started the inning off.

Mansfield Summit managed to score one run in the first inning on an RBI single by Durland.

Midlothian went up for good in the seventh, scoring one run on an RBI single by Ethan Hallmark.

In game two, Midlothian survived Mansfield Legacy 6-2 thanks to Dylan Sweeney's late-game heroics

Dylan Sweeney brought home the go-ahead run to give Midlothian the lead in the seventh inning.

With the score tied at two in the seventh inning, Dylan came to the plate and singled, scoring Johnathan Rehkopf.

Zach Humphreys put himself in scoring position with two extra-base hits for Midlothian. He homered in the fourth inning and doubled in the seventh inning.

Ethan Davis baffled Mansfield Legacy, striking out eight batters. Ethan Davis allowed one earned run on four hits and one walk over five innings.

Midlothian were sparked by Zach and Johnathan, who teamed up for three hits and three RBIs.

Midlothian broke a scoreless tie in the fourth inning, pushing across fourth. Midlothian scored on a two-run home run by Zach.

Mansfield Legacy scored one run in the fifth inning, and then followed it up with one more in the sixth.

The Panthers then beat Burleson 4-3.

Midlothian and Burleson each put runners in scoring position on Friday, but Midlothian capitalized on more RBI opportunities

Burleson out-hit the Panthers nine to six, but Burleson stranded nine runners on base.

Midlothian would not relinquish the lead as Burleson was unable to weather a three-run sixth inning deficit.

Burleson scored two runs in the seventh on a two-run error. Despite its efforts, Burleson couldn't get over the hump.

Ethan Davis had a busy day at the plate, collecting two extra-base hits. He tripled in the second inning and doubled in the fourth inning.

Midlothian were sparked by Ethan Davis and Matt Heck, who teamed up for three hits and two RBIs.

Midlothian stayed on top until the final out after taking the lead in the first, scoring one run on a single by Zach Humphreys.

Midlothian posted one run in each of the fourth, fifth and sixth. In the fourth, Midlothian scored on an RBI double by Ethan Davis, plating Matt Horn.

One run in the top of the fifth helped Burleson close its deficit to 2-1.

In the finale, Midlothian shut the door early on Mansfield Summit, capturing a 10-0 victory.

The game was decided quickly as Midlothian exerted their will early with eight runs in the first three innings.

An RBI double by Matt Heck in the first inning and an RBI double by Ethan Davis and a sacrifice fly by Tylor Frailey during the second inning helped Midlothian put some runs on the board early.

Dylan Sweeney racked up three RBIs on three hits for Midlothian. He doubled in the second inning, singled in the third inning, and homered in the fourth inning.

Russell Smith looked sharp on the hill. Mansfield Summit managed just one hit off of the Midlothian's pitcher, who allowed no earned runs, walked three and struck out two during his three innings of work.

Midlothian added five more runs in the bottom of the third. The inning looked promising, as Dylan singled, scoring Matt Heck to kick things off.

Midlothian (13-2) is now riding a nine game winning streak into district play.