The victory also came against AHS head coach Scottie Sanchez's brother, O'Neill Sanchez, who coaches Del Valle.
Early in Saturdays game, the Eagles found themselves down to the Conquistadors 3-1. Then Abilene High put together a big inning.
A hit by Nate Kittley would drive in Payton Coffman to tie the game at 3-3. A short time later Michael Zullo would drive home Kittley with a big base hit.
By the end of the inning, the Eagles would put seven runs on the board. That would help them pick up a 12-5 victory over El Paso Del Valle.
Abilene High would finish the tournament at 3-0 and sit tied at the top with Wichita Falls Rider.