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Here's what happened in Fort Worth high school baseball this week

Here's what happened in Fort Worth high school baseball this week
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By Hoodline - Published on March 29, 2019.

Did you miss this week in high school baseball?

Catch up with our roundup of boys varsity baseball results from in and around Fort Worth, powered by data from high school sports leader MaxPreps.

San Jacinto Christian Academy scores 8 runs, tramples Lake Country Christian

On Friday, March 22, the Amarillo San Jacinto Christian Academy Patriots traveled to Fort Worth to face off against the Lake Country Christian Eagles. The Patriots walked away with the victory, beating the Eagles soundly, 8-0. The Eagles recorded three hits, while the Patriots had nine. This was the Eagles' first conference game of the season, though they finished 4-2 in the preseason.

Southwest Christian sneaks past Fort Worth Christian

On Friday, the North Richland Hills Fort Worth Christian Cardinals traveled to Fort Worth to face off against the Southwest Christian Eagles. They drove home disappointed: the team fell to the Eagles in a frustrating 4-5 loss. This was the Cardinals' first conference game of the season, though they finished 3-2-1 in the preseason. After this victory, Southwest Christian remains undefeated with a conference record of 2-0, while Fort Worth Christian's record is at 0-1.

Dunbar flounders against Benbrook, falls 0-13

Friday saw the Dunbar Wildcats travel to Benbrook to face off against the Benbrook Bobcats. Benbrook's home turf advantage paid off: they walked away with a 13-0 victory. Following this success, Benbrook remains undefeated with a conference record of 3-0, while Dunbar's record falls to 0-2.

Harmony School of Innovation overwhelmed by International Leadership of Texas Keller

On Friday, the Harmony School of Innovation Tigers visited the International Leadership of Texas Keller Eagles. They drove home empty-handed: the Tigers lost to the Eagles by a score of 0-15. Following this win, International Leadership of Texas Keller remains undefeated with a conference record of 2-0, while Harmony School of Innovation's record sits at 0-1.

South Hills scores 9 runs, conquers North Side

Friday saw the North Side Steers fall to the South Hills Scorpions by a score of 3-9. Following this win, South Hills remains undefeated with a conference record of 4-0, while North Side's record falls to 3-2.

Southwest outmatched by Arlington Heights, falls 0-10

On Friday, March 22, the Southwest Raiders lost to the Arlington Heights Yellowjackets by a score of 0-10. After this success, Arlington Heights remains undefeated with a conference record of 2-0, while Southwest's record falls to 3-1.

Episcopal School of Dallas overwhelmed by Fort Worth Country Day, falls 7-20

Also on Friday, the Fort Worth Country Day Falcons traveled to Dallas to face off against the Episcopal School of Dallas Eagles. It was worth the trip: the Falcons cinched a 20-7 victory. Conference play was an opportunity for the Eagles to hit restart; they had a disappointing preseason, ending with a record of 0-4. The Falcons finished their preseason with a record of 6-15.

Trimble Tech strikes out against International Leadership of Texas Keller, falls 5-8

On Saturday, the Trimble Tech Bulldogs faced off against the International Leadership of Texas Keller Eagles at home. The Eagles walked away with an 8-5 success. The loss brings Trimble Tech's conference record to 8-9-0, while International Leadership of Texas Keller's record rises to 10-6-2.

International Leadership of Texas Keller thumps ILTexas Arlington, 12-0

Tuesday saw Arlington's ILTexas Arlington Eagles fall to the International Leadership of Texas Keller Eagles by a score of 0-12 at home. The ILTexas Arlington Eagles and the International Leadership of Texas Keller Eagles each had five hits. This was the Eagles' first conference game of the season; their nonconference record was 3-7-1.

Pantego Christian outmatched by Fort Worth Country Day, falls 0-5

Tuesday, the Arlington Pantego Christian Panthers hosted the Fort Worth Country Day Falcons for a varsity boys matchup. The Falcons made it count with an impressive 5-0 victory. The loss brings Pantego Christian's conference record to 10-6-0, while Fort Worth Country Day's record rises to 7-15-0.


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