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Pregame spotlight: 6 high school softball games to track this week

Pregame spotlight: 6 high school softball games to track this week
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By Hoodline - Published on April 09, 2019.

It's a big week in local high school softball. Here's a preview of 10 varsity softball games to catch this week in and around Nashville, selected using data from high school sports site MaxPreps.

McGavock vs. Martin Luther King Jr. Magnet

On Wednesday, April 10, the McGavock Raiders (10-4) will meet the Martin Luther King Jr. Magnet Royals (7-3) in a home nonconference game. The first pitch is set for 4:30 p.m. at 3150 McGavock Pike.

Martin Luther King Jr. Magnet vs. Overton

The Martin Luther King Jr. Magnet Royals (7-3) are set to play a nonconference game against the Overton Bobcats (5-4) at home on Thursday, April 11. The action kicks off at 613 17th Ave. North, starting at 4:15 p.m.

Lipscomb Academy vs. St. Cecilia Academy

On Thursday, April 11, the Lipscomb Academy Mustangs (5-4) face off against the St. Cecilia Academy Scarabs (0-2) in a home nonconference game. The tussle is set for 4:30 p.m. at 3901 Granny White Pike.

Martin Luther King Jr. Magnet vs. Maplewood

On Monday, April 15, the Martin Luther King Jr. Magnet Royals (7-3) have a home conference game against the Maplewood Panthers (1-2). The first pitch is set for 4:15 p.m. at 613 17th Ave. North. While Martin Luther King Jr. Magnet boasts a 5-0 conference record, the visiting Maplewood girls are 1-2 in conference play so far this season.

Hillwood vs. Maplewood

On Tuesday, April 16, the Hillwood Hilltoppers (10-0) have a home nonconference game against the Maplewood Panthers (1-2). The first pitch is scheduled for 3:30 p.m. at 400 Davidson Road.

Martin Luther King Jr. Magnet vs. East Nashville Magnet

On Tuesday, April 16, the Martin Luther King Jr. Magnet Royals (7-3) have a home conference game against the East Nashville Magnet Eagles (1-2). The action kicks off at 613 17th Ave. North, starting at 4:15 p.m. Martin Luther King Jr. Magnet boasts a 5-0 conference record, while the visiting East Nashville Magnet girls are 1-2 in conference play so far this season.


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