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Get up-to-date on Cincinnati's latest high school softball games

Get up-to-date on Cincinnati's latest high school softball games
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By Hoodline - Published on May 08, 2019.

Missed the last week in high school softball?

We've got you covered with a roundup of the latest local girls varsity softball action in and around Cincinnati, powered by data from high school sports source 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.)


Norwood smothers Cincinnati Country Day

On Tuesday, April 30, the Cincinnati Country Day girls team traveled to Norwood to face off against the Norwood girls team. They drove home disappointed: the Cincinnati Country Day girls lost to Norwood by a score of 0-20. This continues a six-game losing streak for Cincinnati Country Day, whose record fell again on Tuesday to 0-6. Norwood's record rose to 4-4.

Seven Hills prevails over Clark Montessori

On Tuesday, April 30, the Clark Montessori Cougars and faced off against the Seven Hills Stingers. The Seven Hills Stingers wrangled a victory from the Clark Montessori Cougars, 5-3. The loss brought Clark Montessori's record to 2-8, while Seven Hills' record rose to 8-5.

North College Hill strikes out against St. Bernard-Elmwood Place

Also on Tuesday, the North College Hill Trojans traveled to St. Bernard to face off against the St. Bernard-Elmwood Place Titans. They drove home empty-handed: the team fell to the Titans in a frustrating 1-11 loss. This continues a five-game conference losing streak for the North College Hill Trojans, whose overall record fell again this week to 0-9. St. Bernard-Elmwood Place's record became 11-10.

Western Hills tramples Taft

On Tuesday, April 30, the Western Hills Mustangs and hosted the Taft Senators. Western Hills' home team advantage paid off: they walked away with a 12-2 victory. Following this win, Western Hills remained undefeated with a conference record of 5-0, while Taft's record fell to 0-4.

Shroder Paideia Academy strikes out against Aiken

Also on Tuesday, the Shroder Paideia Academy Jaguars visited the Aiken Falcons. They drove home disappointed: the team fell to the Aiken Falcons in a frustrating 1-17 loss. The win brought Aiken's conference record to 7-1, while Shroder Paideia Academy's record fell to 2-5.

Woodward overwhelmed by St. Bernard-Elmwood Place

On Wednesday, St. Bernard's St. Bernard-Elmwood Place Titans traveled to Cincinnati to face off against the Woodward Bulldogs. The St. Bernard-Elmwood Place Titans walked away with a success, beating the Woodward Bulldogs soundly, 16-3. The loss brought Woodward's record to 5-5-2, while St. Bernard-Elmwood Place's record rose to 11-10.

Archbishop Alter yields to Archbishop McNicholas

The Kettering Archbishop Alter Knights lost to the Archbishop McNicholas Rockets 1-17 on Wednesday. The Archbishop McNicholas Rockets hit two home runs. Following this win, Archbishop McNicholas remained undefeated with a conference record of 13-0, while Archbishop Alter's record fell to 4-7.

Western Hills tramples Gamble Montessori

Also on Wednesday, the Western Hills Mustangs visited the Gamble Montessori Gators. The Western Hills Mustangs cruised past the Gators in a resounding 10-0 victory.

Lockland sneaks past Aiken

Wednesday, the Lockland Panthers hosted the Aiken Falcons for a varsity matchup. The Lockland Panthers edged out the Aiken Falcons to claim a 15-14 success. The win brought Lockland's record to 4-11-1, while Aiken's record fell to 8-3-1.

Archbishop Alter yields to Archbishop McNicholas

On Friday, May 3, the Kettering Archbishop Alter Knights traveled to Cincinnati to face off against the Archbishop McNicholas Rockets. They drove home empty-handed: the team fell to the Archbishop McNicholas Rockets in a frustrating 0-16 loss. After this success, Archbishop McNicholas remained undefeated with a conference record of 13-0, while Archbishop Alter's record fell to 4-7.


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