Did you miss this week in high school baseball?
Here’s your roundup of boys varsity baseball results from around Denver, powered by data from high school sports leader MaxPreps.
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Bennett overthrows Bruce Randolph
Tuesday saw the Bruce Randolph Grizzlies lose to the Bennett Tigers by a score of 1-11 at home. Following this success, Bennett remained undefeated with a conference record of 6-0, while Bruce Randolph's record fell to 2-6.
Lincoln scores 15 runs, smothers Denver West
Also on Tuesday, the Lincoln Lancers unseated the Denver West Cowboys by a score of 15-0 at home. Following this victory, Lincoln remained undefeated with a conference record of 12-0, while Denver West's record fell to 3-10.
Denver East unseats George Washington
On Tuesday, April 23, the George Washington Patriots and clashed with the Denver East Angels at home. The Denver East Angels out-maneuvered the George Washington Patriots 11-9, to walk away with the victory. The Patriots and the Denver East Angels each had 11 hits, respectively. The Patriots hit one home run, bringing their season total to four home runs. The Angels also hit one home run of their own. The loss brought George Washington's conference record to 3-9, while Denver East's record rose to 9-2.
Front Range Christian scores 11 runs, flattens Denver Academy
Wednesday saw the Denver Academy Mustangs lose to the Littleton Front Range Christian Falcons by a score of 0-11. The Mustangs had five hits, while the Falcons had 13. The Front Range Christian Falcons scored one home run. The loss brought Denver Academy's conference record to 2-5, while Front Range Christian's record rose to 7-1.
Golden snuffs out Lincoln
Also on Wednesday, the Lincoln Lancers traveled to Golden to face off against the Golden Demons. They drove home disappointed: the team fell to the Demons in a frustrating 2-4 loss. The Golden Demons scored one home run, adding to their total of five this year. The win brought Golden's record to 12-5, while Lincoln's record fell to 12-5.
Denver North scores 13 runs, cruises past Pueblo East
Also on Wednesday, the Pueblo Pueblo East Eagles traveled to Denver to face off against the Denver North Vikings. They drove home disappointed: the team fell to the Vikings in a frustrating 1-13 loss. The Denver North Vikings recorded 12 hits, while the Eagles recorded four. The Denver North Vikings scored two home runs to bring their total to seven this season. The win brought Denver North's record to 12-4, while Pueblo East's record fell to 7-13.
Denver West outmatched by Lincoln
Thursday brought a new round of high school contests, with the Denver West Cowboys hosting the Lincoln Lancers at home. The Lancers trampled the Denver West Cowboys in a resounding 13-2 success. After this success, Lincoln remained undefeated with a conference record of 12-0, while Denver West's record fell to 3-10.
Denver North scores 20 runs, dominates Kennedy
Also on Thursday, the Denver North Vikings defeated the Kennedy Commanders by a score of 20-0. The Denver North Vikings scored one home run, bringing their season total to seven home runs. The win brought Denver North's conference record to 10-2, while Kennedy's record fell to 1-13.
George Washington overwhelmed by Denver North
Friday saw the George Washington Patriots fall to the Denver North Vikings by a score of 4-14 at home. The loss brought George Washington's conference record to 3-9, while Denver North's record rose to 10-2.
Bruce Randolph flounders against Middle Park
Saturday saw Granby's Middle Park Panthers topple the Bruce Randolph Grizzlies by a score of 7-1. The win brought Middle Park's conference record to 5-1, while Bruce Randolph's record fell to 2-6.
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