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West Mesa overwhelmed by Cibola

The West Mesa Mustangs lost to the Cibola Cougars 9-19 on Thursday. The Cibola Cougars scored seven home runs. The loss brought West Mesa's record to 4-19, while Cibola's record rose to 16-7-1.

Sandia Prep flounders against Tucumcari

On Thursday, May 2, the Sandia Prep Sundevils hosted the Tucumcari Rattlers at home. The Rattlers walked away with the victory, beating the Sundevils soundly, 14-1. The Sandia Prep Sundevils had four hits, while the Tucumcari Rattlers had 17. The Rattlers hit one home run. The loss brought Sandia Prep's conference record to 1-8, while Tucumcari's record rose to 7-2.

Pine Hill yields to Native American Community Academy

Also on Thursday, the Native American Community Academy Eagles traveled to Pine Hill to face off against the Pine Hill Warriors. The Native American Community Academy Eagles blew the Pine Hill Warriors out of the park in an impressive 19-0 victory. The Native American Community Academy Eagles scored one home run.

Highland strikes out against Bernalillo

Friday saw the Highland Hornets fall to the Bernalillo Spartans by a score of 0-18 at home. Following this success, Bernalillo remained undefeated with a conference record of 10-0, while Highland's record fell to 0-10.

Valley scores 15 runs, dominates Albuquerque Academy

Also on Friday, the Albuquerque Academy Chargers visited the Valley Vikings. They drove home empty-handed: the team fell to the Vikings in a frustrating 0-15 loss. To add insult to injury, the Chargers had zero hits all game, while the Valley Vikings had 20 hits. The Vikings scored one home run, adding to their total of 10 this season. The win brought Valley's conference record to 8-2, while Albuquerque Academy's record fell to 4-6.

Hope Christian flattens Del Norte

On Friday, May 3, the Del Norte Knights and faced off against the Hope Christian Huskies. The Huskies blew the Del Norte Knights out of the park in a resounding 19-7 success. The Hope Christian Huskies scored one home run. The loss brought Del Norte's conference record to 3-7, while Hope Christian's record rose to 5-5.

Farmington overwhelmed by Eldorado

Saturday, the Eldorado Eagles hosted the Farmington Scorpions for a varsity matchup. The Eagles walked away with the victory, beating the Scorpions soundly, 18-8. The Scorpions scored one home run. The win brought Eldorado's conference record to 7-1, while Farmington's record fell to 5-3.

Albuquerque scores 9 runs, dominates Sandia

Also on Saturday, the Albuquerque Bulldogs out-hustled the Sandia Matadors by a score of 9-1 at home. The win brought Albuquerque's conference record to 8-2, while Sandia's record fell to 5-5.

Manzano scores 21 runs, tramples Capital

The Manzano Monarchs traveled to Santa Fe this week to face off against the Capital Jaguars on Saturday. The Monarchs walked away with the 21-3 success. The Capital Jaguars had four hits, while the Monarchs had 20. The Capital Jaguars hit two home runs to bring their total to 21 this year. It was an exciting game; the Monarchs hit a home runs as well. Following this success, Manzano remained undefeated with a conference record of 10-0, while Capital's record fell to 5-5.

Piedra Vista scores 13 runs, dominates La Cueva

Also on Saturday, the La Cueva Bears traveled to Farmington to face off against the Piedra Vista Panthers. They drove home empty-handed: the La Cueva Bears lost to the Panthers by a score of 3-13. The Piedra Vista Panthers added 12 hits, while the Bears added four. The Piedra Vista Panthers scored four home runs to bring their total to 18 this year. The win brought Piedra Vista's conference record to 6-2, while La Cueva's record fell to 2-6.


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