GLEN ROSE – A disaster of a sixth inning unspun a Camden Reynolds gem and a potential tie atop the district standings for the Tiger JV White ball club at home Tuesday against first-place Brock.

Nine Eagles crossed the plate on four hits and five walks during the marathon inning of the 10-3 Brock win.

Reynolds, the starting pitcher for the Tigers, cruised through his five innings of work on the bump. The righty allowed one-earned run on two hits with four strikeouts and managed to work around six walks.

Kelton Bernard recorded just one out in the sixth, but was charged with five of the nine runs. Dalton Schenker recorded the final two outs of the game.

The Tigers took an early 2-0 lead in the bottom of the third inning. Seth Love led off with a six-pitch walk and Westin Halcom followed with an infield single to pave the way for an error on a Bernard ball-in-play to score the two runners.

Reynolds led off the bottom of the sixth inning with a double and scored the third Tiger run when Halcom drove him home from third base with a single.

The Tigers were winners of six-straight heading into play Tuesday and had to potential to lock-up at least a share of the district championship.

(12-3, 7-2) Glen Rose will return to the diamond for a 4:30 p.m. road matinee Friday, April 15 against Grandview.