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10 upcoming high school softball games to keep an eye on

10 upcoming high school softball games to keep an eye on
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By Hoodline - Published on May 01, 2019.

If you follow regional high school softball, chances are you've already made your picks for this coming week. If not, here's a look at some notable upcoming girls varsity softball matchups in and around Albuquerque, selected using data from high school sports site MaxPreps.

(Hoodline offers data-driven analysis of local happenings and trends across cities. Details like game dates/times and team records are based on data provided by MaxPreps and may be subject to change; the latest up-to-date information is available at the links below.)


Sandia Prep vs. Tucumcari

On Thursday, May 2, the Sandia Prep varsity Sundevils (1-19) have a home conference game against the Tucumcari Rattlers (14-4). Catch the action at 532 Osuna Road NE, starting at 3 p.m. Sandia Prep has yet to win a conference game this season, and Tucumcari is undefeated in conference play this season.

Native American Community Academy vs. Pine Hill

On Thursday, May 2, the Native American Community Academy Eagles (5-7) face off against the Pine Hill Warriors (0-2) in a nonconference game on their own turf. The first pitch is scheduled for 3 p.m. at 1000 Indian School Road NW.

Highland vs. Bernalillo

On Friday, May 3, the Highland varsity Hornets (0-21) have a home conference game against the Bernalillo Spartans (19-3). The first pitch is scheduled for 4 p.m. at 4700 Coal Ave. SE. Highland has yet to win a conference game this season, and Bernalillo is undefeated in conference play this season.

Valley vs. Albuquerque Academy

On Friday, May 3, the Valley Vikings (13-9) will meet the Albuquerque Academy Chargers (11-12) in a conference game on their own turf. The contest is set for 4 p.m. at 1505 Candelaria Road NW. Valley has a 4-2 conference record, and the visiting Albuquerque Academy girls are 4-4 in conference play so far this season.

Del Norte vs. Hope Christian

On Friday, May 3, the Del Norte Knights (4-16) face the Hope Christian Huskies (13-12) in a home conference game. The game will begin at 4 p.m. at 5323 Montgomery Blvd. NE. Del Norte has a 2-5 conference record, and the visiting Hope Christian girls are 4-4 in conference play this season.

Albuquerque vs. Sandia

On Saturday, May 4, the Albuquerque Bulldogs (13-7-2) face the Sandia Matadors (11-11) in a home conference game. The first pitch is set for 10 a.m. at 800 Odelia NE. Albuquerque has a 6-2 conference record, and the visiting Sandia girls are 5-3 in conference play this season.

Capital vs. Manzano

On Saturday, May 4, the Capital Jaguars (11-11) will meet the Manzano Monarchs (17-5) in a conference game on their own turf. The action kicks off at 4851 Paseo Del Sol Drive in Santa Fe, starting at 1 p.m. Capital has a 5-3 conference record, and the visiting Manzano girls are 8-0 in conference play so far this season.

Eldorado vs. Farmington

On Saturday, May 4, the Eldorado Eagles (15-7) face the Farmington Scorpions (15-9) in a home conference game. The first pitch is scheduled for 1 p.m. at 11300 Montgomery Blvd. NE. Eldorado has a 6-0 conference record, and the visiting Farmington girls are 4-2 in conference play so far this season.

Piedra Vista vs. La Cueva

On Saturday, May 4, the Piedra Vista varsity Panthers (15-9) have a home conference game against the La Cueva Bears (8-13-1). The first pitch is scheduled for 1 p.m. at 5700 College Blvd. in Farmington. While Piedra Vista has a 4-2 conference record, the visiting La Cueva girls are 2-4 in conference play this season.

Newcomb vs. Native American Community Academy

The Newcomb Skyhawks (0-19) have a conference game against the Native American Community Academy Eagles (5-7) at home on Tuesday, May 7. The game will begin at 3 p.m. at US Highway 491 South Burnham Junction in Newcomb. Newcomb has yet to win a conference game this season, and Native American Community Academy is 4-1 in conference play this season.


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