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Published on April 24, 2019
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Couldn't catch the latest high school softball matchups in and around El Paso?

Here are local girls varsity softball outcomes from the past week, powered by data from high school sports source MaxPreps.

Americas scores 11 runs, conquers Montwood

On Tuesday, April 16, the Montwood Rams hosted the Americas Trail Blazers at home. The Americas Trail Blazers blew the Rams out of the park in a decisive 11-7 victory. The Montwood Rams had 15 hits, while the Americas Trail Blazers had 16. The Rams hit two home runs to bring their total to 36 this year. The Trail Blazers also hit one home run of their own. The loss brings Montwood's conference record to 13-2, while Americas' record rises to 10-5.

Hanks smothers Horizon, 34-7

The Hanks team traveled to El Paso this week to face off against the Horizon Scorpions on Tuesday. The Knights walked away with the victory, beating the Scorpions soundly, 34-7. The Knights hit one home run. This continues a 17-game losing streak for the Scorpions, whose record fell again on Tuesday to 0-17. Hanks' record is now 15-3.

El Dorado overwhelmed by Eastwood, falls 5-20

The El Dorado Aztecs lost to the Eastwood Troopers 5-20 at home on Tuesday. The El Dorado Aztecs added eight hits, while the Troopers added 11. The Aztecs hit one home run, bringing their season total to 17. The Troopers belted an additional home run as well. The loss brings El Dorado's conference record to 7-11, while Eastwood's record rises to 14-4.

Jefferson dominates Canutillo, 6-3

Tuesday also saw the Jefferson Silver Foxes topple the Canutillo Eagles by a score of 6-3. The Eagles hit one home run. The win brings Jefferson's conference record to 10-6, while Canutillo's record falls to 8-8.

Coronado outmatched by Pebble Hills, falls 0-19

The Pebble Hills Spartans toppled the Coronado Thunderbirds 19-0 on Tuesday. The win brings Pebble Hills' conference record to 7-8, while Coronado's record falls to 1-14.

Bowie overwhelmed by Chapin, falls 0-17

Tuesday also saw the Bowie Bears fall to the Chapin Huskies by a score of 0-17 at home. The Huskies hit two home runs. After this win, Chapin remains undefeated with a conference record of 16-0, while Bowie's record falls to 2-14.

Austin overwhelmed by Andress, falls 3-25

The Andress Eagles out-maneuvered the Austin Panthers 25-3 on Tuesday. The win brings Andress' conference record to 13-3, while Austin's record falls to 4-12.

Del Valle scores 4 runs, cruises past Parkland

Tuesday also saw the Del Valle Conquistadores matchup against the Parkland Matadors. The Del Valle Conquistadores walked away with the victory, beating the Parkland Matadors soundly, 4-1. The Conquistadores had seven hits, while the Parkland Matadors had five. The win brings Del Valle's conference record to 13-5, while Parkland's record falls to 7-11.

Bel Air clobbers Riverside, 10-0

Tuesday also saw the Riverside Rangers fall to the Bel Air Highlanders by a score of 0-10. The loss brings Riverside's conference record to 4-13, while Bel Air's record rises to 11-7.

Jefferson sneaks past Canutillo, 4-3

On Thursday, April 18, the Jefferson Silver Foxes traveled to Canutillo to face off against the Canutillo Eagles. It was worth the trip: the Silver Foxes cinched a 4-3 victory. The loss brings Canutillo's conference record to 8-8, while Jefferson's record rises to 10-6.

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