If you follow regional high school softball, chances are you've already made your picks for this coming week. If not, here's a preview of some notable upcoming girls varsity softball games in and around Raleigh, selected using data from high school sports site MaxPreps.
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Cardinal Gibbons vs. Broughton
On Wednesday, May 1, the Cardinal Gibbons Crusaders (7-10) will meet the Broughton Capitals (6-8) in a conference game on their own turf. It all goes down at 1401 Edwards Mill Road, starting at 4 p.m. While Cardinal Gibbons has a 5-4 conference record, the visiting Broughton girls are 5-4 in conference play so far this season.
Cary Academy vs. St. Mary's
On Wednesday, May 1, the Cary Academy varsity Chargers (7-6) have a home conference game against St. Mary's (4-5). The first pitch is scheduled for 4:30 p.m. at 1500 N. Harrison Ave. in Cary. Cary Academy has a 4-3 conference record, and the visiting St. Mary's girls are 3-4 in conference play so far this season.
Enloe vs. Cardinal Gibbons
On Thursday, May 2, the Enloe varsity Eagles (12-7) have a home conference game against the Cardinal Gibbons Crusaders (7-10). The faceoff is set for 4 p.m. at 128 Clarendon Crescent. Enloe enjoys a 10-0 conference record, while the visiting Cardinal Gibbons girls are 5-4 in conference play so far this season.
Broughton vs. Millbrook
On Thursday, May 2, the Broughton Capitals (6-8) will meet the Millbrook Wildcats (9-9) in a home conference game. Catch the action at 723 St. Marys St., starting at 4 p.m. Broughton has a 5-4 conference record, while the visiting Millbrook girls are 4-6 in conference play this season.
St. Mary's vs. Wake Christian Academy
On Friday, May 3, St. Mary's (4-5) face off against the Wake Christian Academy Bulldogs (8-4) in a home conference game. Watch what happens at 900 Hillsborough St., starting at 4 p.m. St. Mary's has a 3-4 conference record, and the visiting Wake Christian Academy girls are 6-1 in conference play so far this season.
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