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The latest high school baseball results from in and around Columbus

The latest high school baseball results from in and around Columbus
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By Hoodline - Published on April 25, 2019.

Missed the last week in high school baseball?

We've got you covered with a roundup of the latest local boys varsity baseball action in and around Columbus, powered by data from premiere high school sports source MaxPreps.

Whetstone trounces Mifflin

On Tuesday, April 16, the Mifflin Punchers visited the Whetstone Braves. They drove home disappointed: the Mifflin Punchers lost to the Braves by a score of 0-17. After this victory, Whetstone remains undefeated with a conference record of 9-0, while Mifflin's record falls to 0-5.

Marion-Franklin yields to Eastmoor Academy, falls 7-17

Also on Tuesday, the Marion-Franklin Red Devils visited the Eastmoor Academy Warriors. They drove home empty-handed: the Marion-Franklin Red Devils lost to the Eastmoor Academy Warriors by a score of 7-17. The Eastmoor Academy Warriors added 10 hits, while the Red Devils added seven. After this win, Eastmoor Academy remains undefeated with a conference record of 9-0-1, while Marion-Franklin's record falls to 2-6.

Bishop Watterson scores 10 runs, cruises past Bishop Ready

The Bishop Ready team traveled to Columbus this week to face off against the Bishop Watterson Eagles on Wednesday. The Bishop Watterson Eagles trounced the Silver Knights in a resounding 10-0 win. This was the Silver Knights' first conference game of the season, and they are 0-5-2 overall.

Hilliard Bradley smothers Worthington Kilbourne

Also on Wednesday, the Hilliard Hilliard Bradley boys' team traveled to Columbus to face off against the Worthington Kilbourne Wolves. They drove home satisfied: Hilliard Bradley cinched an 8-5 victory. Hilliard Bradley hit one home run. After this success, Hilliard Bradley has a conference record of 5-1, while Worthington Kilbourne's record falls to 1-5.

Northland outmatched by Whetstone, falls 3-9

The Whetstone Braves out-hustled the Northland Vikings 9-3 on Wednesday. Following this victory, Whetstone remains undefeated with a conference record of 9-0, while Northland's record falls to 3-3.

Eastmoor Academy scores 18 runs, dominates Marion-Franklin

The Marion-Franklin Red Devils lost to the Eastmoor Academy Warriors 8-18 at home on Wednesday. The Marion-Franklin Red Devils clocked eight hits, while the Eastmoor Academy Warriors had 10. After this success, Eastmoor Academy remains undefeated with a conference record of 9-0-1, while Marion-Franklin's record falls to 2-6.

Briggs yields to Central Crossing, falls 1-14

The Briggs team traveled to Grove City this week to face off against the Central Crossing Comets on Thursday. The Central Crossing Comets walked away with a success, beating the Bruins soundly, 14-1. The win brings Central Crossing's record to 4-6, while Briggs' record falls to 6-7-1.

Wellington School cruises past East, 23-5

Also on Thursday, the Wellington School Jaguars visited the East Tigers. It was worth the trip: the Wellington School Jaguars cinched a 23-5 victory. The loss brings East's record to 1-7, while Wellington School's record rises to 6-7.

Africentric Early College yields to Eastmoor Academy, falls 1-15

Also on Thursday, the Africentric Early College Nubians visited the Eastmoor Academy Warriors. They drove home disappointed: the Nubians lost to the Eastmoor Academy Warriors by a score of 1-15. Following this success, Eastmoor Academy remains undefeated with a conference record of 9-0-1, while Africentric Early College's record falls to 0-4.

Worthington Kilbourne sneaks past Hilliard Bradley

Monday brought a new round of high school matchups, with Hilliard's Hilliard Bradley boys' team facing off against the Worthington Kilbourne Wolves. The Worthington Kilbourne Wolves squeaked past Hilliard Bradley to claim a 5-4 win. Hilliard Bradley hit one home run, bringing their season total to five homers. The loss brings Hilliard Bradley's conference record to 5-1, while Worthington Kilbourne's record rises to 1-5.


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