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Published on April 23, 2019
Here's what's happening in Baltimore high school baseball this weekPhoto: Unsplash

Did you miss this week in high school baseball?

Read on for a roundup of boys varsity baseball results from Baltimore, powered by data from high school sports source MaxPreps.

City College sneaks past Joppatowne

On Tuesday, April 16, the City College Black Knights faced off against Joppa's Joppatowne Mariners at home. The Black Knights snuck past the Mariners for a 4-3 win. After this win, City College remains undefeated with a record of 12-0, while Joppatowne's record falls to 1-6.

Gilman outmatched by Calvert Hall, falls 2-5

Tuesday also saw the Calvert Hall Cardinals unseat the Gilman Greyhounds by a score of 5-2 at home. The Cardinals hit two home runs, adding to their total of five this season. After this victory, Calvert Hall remains undefeated with a conference record of 6-0, while Gilman's record falls to 4-2.

Archbishop Curley outmatched by McDonogh, falls 2-8

On Tuesday, April 16, the Owings Mills McDonogh Eagles hosted the Archbishop Curley Friars at home. The Eagles walked away with a win, beating the Archbishop Curley Friars soundly, 8-2. The Eagles added 10 hits, while the Friars added four. Friars hit one home run to bring their total to 11 this season. The win brings McDonogh's conference record to 7-3, while Archbishop Curley's record falls to 5-5.

St. Albans overwhelmed by Gilman, falls 0-3

Wednesday saw Washington's St. Albans Bulldogs fall to the Gilman Greyhounds by a score of 0-3. The loss brings St. Albans' record to 9-10, while Gilman's record rises to 10-6.

Mount St. Joseph overwhelmed by Calvert Hall, falls 0-7

The Mount St. Joseph Gaels lost to the Calvert Hall Cardinals 0-7 at home on Thursday. The Calvert Hall Cardinals scored one home run. After this success, Calvert Hall remains undefeated with a conference record of 6-0, while Mount St. Joseph's record falls to 2-3.

St. Paul's flounders against Archbishop Curley, falls 0-14

Thursday also saw the Archbishop Curley Friars topple Brooklandville's St. Paul's Crusaders by a score of 14-0 at home. This continues a seven-game losing streak for the Crusaders, whose record fell again on Thursday to 0-7. Archbishop Curley's conference record rose to 5-5.

Goretti overwhelmed by Mount St. Joseph, falls 4-7

Saturday, the Mount St. Joseph Gaels hosted Hagerstown's Goretti boys' team for a varsity matchup. The Gaels blew the Goretti team out of the park in an impressive 7-4 win. The win brings Mount St. Joseph's record to 5-4, while Goretti's record falls to 10-4-1.

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