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By Hoodline - Published on May 16, 2019.

Did you miss this week in high school baseball?

Check out Hoodline's roundup of boys varsity baseball results from Aurora, powered by data from high school sports leader MaxPreps.

(Hoodline offers data-driven analysis of local happenings and trends across cities. Details like game dates, times, scores 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.)


Rangeview triumphes over Thornton

On Wednesday, May 8, the Thornton Trojans clashed with the Rangeview Raiders at home. The Rangeview Raiders out-hustled the Thornton Trojans 9-1, to walk away with the win.

The loss brought Thornton's conference record to 5-6, while Rangeview's record rose to 6-4.

Regis Jesuit snuffs out Legend

Friday saw the Regis Jesuit Raiders topple the Parker Legend Titans by a score of 13-8. Although they lost, the Legend Titans clocked 12 hits to Regis Jesuit's nine hits. The Regis Jesuit Raiders scored two home runs, bringing their season total to 22 home runs.

The win brought Regis Jesuit's conference record to 6-3, while Legend's record fell to 6-4.

Regis Jesuit triumphes over Pine Creek

The Regis Jesuit Raiders toppled the Colorado Springs Pine Creek Eagles 5-0 at home on Saturday. The Raiders got five hits, while the Eagles got one. The Raiders scored one home run to bring their total to 22 this season.

The win brought Regis Jesuit's record to 17-5, while Pine Creek's record fell to 16-7.

Grandview edges out Cherokee Trail

Also on Saturday, the Grandview Wolves unseated the Cherokee Trail Cougar by a score of 4-3. The Grandview Wolves had six hits, while the Cougar had five.

The win brought Grandview's conference record to 11-2, while Cherokee Trail's record fell to 3-9.

Grandview triumphes over Cherokee Trail

Also on Saturday, the Cherokee Trail Cougar fell to the Grandview Wolves by a score of 8-6 at home. Although they lost, the Cougar actually had eight hits to Grandview's seven.

The loss brought Cherokee Trail's conference record to 3-10, while Grandview's record rose to 12-2.

Regis Jesuit bests Chaparral

The Regis Jesuit Raiders defeated the Parker Chaparral Wolverines 8-6 at home on Saturday. The Wolverines recorded six hits, while the Regis Jesuit Raiders recorded 10. The Chaparral Wolverines scored one home run, bringing their season total to 11 home runs. The Regis Jesuit Raiders also scored two home runs of their own.

The loss brought Chaparral's conference record to 5-5, while Regis Jesuit's record rose to 7-3.

Columbine bests Smoky Hill

Monday saw Littleton's Columbine Rebels topple the Smoky Hill Buffaloes by a score of 13-5 at home. The Columbine Rebels recorded 11 hits, while the Smoky Hill Buffaloes recorded nine. The Rebels hit three home runs, adding to their total of 12 this season.

The win brought Columbine's record to 11-12, while Smoky Hill's record fell to 10-12.

Grandview scores 13 runs, strikes out Poudre

Also on Monday, the Grandview Wolves traveled to Fort Collins to face off against the Poudre Impalas. It was worth the trip: the Grandview Wolves cinched a 13-2 victory. The Poudre Impalas had five hits, while the Wolves had 11.

The loss brought Poudre's record to 7-16, while Grandview's record rose to 15-8.

Vista PEAK Prep edges out Brighton

Tuesday brought a new round of high school competitions, with the Vista PEAK Prep Bison facing off against the Brighton Bulldogs. It was a squeaker: the Vista PEAK Prep Bison just defeated the Brighton Bulldogs in a 2-1 win. The Vista PEAK Prep Bison clocked four hits, while the Brighton Bulldogs clocked two.

The win brought Vista PEAK Prep's conference record to 9-1, while Brighton's record fell to 8-2.

Legend triumphes over Smoky Hill

The Parker Legend Titans out-maneuvered the Smoky Hill Buffaloes 6-1 at home on Tuesday. The Legend Titans recorded eight hits, while the Smoky Hill Buffaloes recorded two.

The win brought Legend's record to 14-9, while Smoky Hill's record fell to 10-13.


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