El Paso/ Sports
Published on May 07, 2019
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Couldn't catch the latest high school baseball clashes in and around El Paso?

Here are local boys varsity baseball results from the past week, 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.)

Bel Air trounces Canutillo

Thursday, the Bel Air Highlanders hosted the Canutillo Eagles for a varsity face-off. The Bel Air Highlanders walked away with a win, beating the Canutillo Eagles soundly, 12-0. The win brought Bel Air's record to 16-13-3, while Canutillo's record fell to 19-11.

Ysleta cruises past Bowie

Thursday also saw the Bowie Bears fall to the Ysleta Indians by a score of 2-10 at home. The loss brought Bowie's record to 16-10, while Ysleta's record rose to 20-8.

Andress overwhelmed by Horizon

Friday saw the Horizon Scorpions out-hustle the Andress Eagles by a score of 7-3 at home. The win brought Horizon's record to 26-8, while Andress' record fell to 17-15.

Canutillo outmatched by Bel Air

Also on Friday, the Bel Air Highlanders traveled to Canutillo to face off against the Canutillo Eagles. It was worth the trip: the Highlanders cinched a 10-7 victory. The loss brought Canutillo's record to 19-12, while Bel Air's record rose to 17-13-3.

Americas edges out Frenship

On Friday, the Americas Trail Blazers clashed with Wolfforth's Frenship Tigers at home. The Americas Trail Blazers snuck past the Frenship Tigers to claim a 6-5 success. The win brought Americas' record to 13-13-1, while Frenship's record fell to 14-10.

Ysleta cruises past Bowie

On Friday, May 3, the Ysleta Indians and hosted the Bowie Bears at home. Ysleta's home team advantage paid off: they walked away with a 14-0 victory. The win brought Ysleta's record to 21-8, while Bowie's record fell to 16-11.

Frenship edges out Americas

On Saturday, May 4, the Wolfforth Frenship Tigers traveled to El Paso to face off against the Americas Trail Blazers. It was worth the trip: the Tigers cinched a 4-3 victory. The loss brought Americas' record to 13-15-1, while Frenship's record rose to 16-10.

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