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Published on April 25, 2019
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Couldn't catch the latest high school softball games in and around Louisville?

Check out these girls varsity softball scores from around the metro area from the past week, powered by data from premiere high school sports source MaxPreps.

Valley strikes out against Holy Cross, falls 0-16

On Wednesday, the Valley Vikings hosted the Holy Cross Cougars for a varsity face-off. The Holy Cross Cougars walked away with the 16-0 success. Following this victory, Holy Cross remains undefeated with a conference record of 9-0, while Valley's record falls to 0-3.

Oldham County prevails over Ballard

Also on Wednesday, Buckner's Oldham County Colonels hosted the Ballard Bruins for a varsity matchup. The Colonels out-smarted the Ballard Bruins 8-6, to walk away with the victory. The Oldham County Colonels had 11 hits, while the Bruins had nine. The Colonels hit two home runs, bringing their season total to 28. It was an exciting game; the Ballard Bruins hit an additional home run as well. The win brings Oldham County's record to 32-8, while Ballard's record falls to 15-5.

Southern overwhelmed by North Oldham, falls 0-15

The Goshen North Oldham Mustangs snuffed outĀ theĀ Southern Trojans 15-0 on Wednesday. The Mustangs scored one home run, adding to their total of eight this season. The win brings North Oldham's record to 11-8, while Southern's record falls to 1-5.

Brown outmatched by Central, falls 18-29

On Thursday, the Central Yellowjackets hosted the Brown Bears for a varsity matchup. Central's home team advantage paid off: they walked away with a 29-18 victory. The Central Yellowjackets hit two home runs, bringing their season total to five home runs. The Bears fell to 0-2. Central's record is now 5-10.

Valley outmatched by Bullitt Central, falls 9-15

Thursday also saw the Valley Vikings battle Shepherdsville's Bullitt Central Cougars. The Bullitt Central Cougars walked away with a success, beating the Valley Vikings soundly, 15-9. The loss brings Valley's record to 2-13, while Bullitt Central's record rises to 1-2.

Bullitt East yields to Ballard, falls 3-11

Thursday also saw the Mt. Washington Bullitt East Chargers fall to the Ballard Bruins by a score of 3-11 at home. The Chargers had five hits, while the Ballard Bruins had 12. The Bruins scored one home run to bring their total to 7 this season. The loss brings Bullitt East's record to 5-5, while Ballard's record rises to 15-5.

North Oldham scores 13 runs, cruises past Christian Academy-Louisville

On Thursday, the Goshen North Oldham Mustangs hosted the Christian Academy-Louisville Centurions for a varsity face-off. North Oldham's home turf advantage paid off: they walked away with a 13-2 success. The Mustangs had 15 hits, while the Christian Academy-Louisville Centurions had five. The North Oldham Mustangs hit one home run, adding to their total of eight this season. The win brings North Oldham's record to 11-8, while Christian Academy-Louisville's record falls to 5-10.

Oldham County tramples Southern

Thursday also saw Southern Trojans face off against the Buckner Oldham County Colonels at home. The Oldham County Colonels walked away with a win, beating Southern Trojans soundly, 13-3. The Colonels scored three home runs. The loss brings Southern's record to 1-5, while Oldham County's record rises to 13-8.

Providence yields to Sacred Heart, falls 9-13

Monday saw the Clarksville Providence Pioneers fall to the Sacred Heart Valkyries by a score of 9-13. The Providence Pioneers and the Valkyries added nine hits each. The loss brings Providence's record to 2-12-1, while Sacred Heart's record rises to 4-6.

Holy Cross scores 4 runs, smothers Ballard

On Tuesday, the Ballard Bruins faced off against the Holy Cross Cougars at home. The Cougars walked away with a 4-0 victory. The loss brings Ballard's record to 15-5, while Holy Cross' record rises to 14-1.


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