El Paso/ Sports
Published on March 29, 2019
Here's what happened in El Paso high school baseball this weekPhoto: Unsplash

Couldn't catch the local high school baseball matchups from this week?

Get back in the game with our roundup of recent boys varsity baseball results in and around El Paso, powered by data from high school sports source MaxPreps.

Austin outmatched by Canutillo, falls 0-13

Saturday, March 23 saw the Austin Panthers battle the Canutillo Eagles at home. The Eagles walked away with a win, beating the Panthers soundly, 13-0. This continues a six-game losing streak for the Austin Panthers, whose record fell again this week to 0-6. Canutillo's record is now 5-1.

Riverside clobbers Del Valle, 8-2

Saturday also saw the Riverside Rangers visit the Del Valle Conquistadores. The Rangers bested the Conquistadores in an impressive 8-2 win. The loss brings Del Valle's conference record to 6-2, while Riverside's record rises to 3-6.

Pecos overwhelmed by Faith Christian, falls 0-6

The Faith Christian team traveled to Pecos on Tuesday, March 26 to face off against the Pecos Eagles. The Faith Christian Lions walked away with the 6-0 win. The loss brings Pecos' conference record to 11-6-0, while Faith Christian's record rises to 12-10-1.

Cathedral strikes out against Chaparral, falls 4-10

On Tuesday, the Chaparral Lobos traveled to El Paso to face off against the Cathedral Fighting Irish, and the Lobos walked away with a 10-4 success. The loss brings Cathedral's conference record to 7-7-1, while Chaparral's record rises to 5-2-0.

Canutillo scores 11 runs, clobbers Burges

The Burges Mustangs traveled to Canutillo on Tuesday to face off against the Canutillo Eagles. They drove home disappointed: the team fell to the Eagles in a 1-11 loss. The win brings Canutillo's conference record to 5-1, while Burges' record falls to 2-5.

Montwood cruises past Franklin

Tuesday also saw the Franklin Cougars fall to the Montwood Rams by a score of 1-5. The loss brings Franklin's conference record to 3-2, while Montwood's record rises to 4-1.

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