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Here’s your roundup of high school softball scores from around Memphis over the past week, powered by data from premiere high school sports source MaxPreps.
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White Station squeaks past Germantown
Tuesday saw the White Station Spartans topple the Germantown Red Devils by a score of 8-7. The win brought White Station's record to 21-10, while Germantown's record fell to 2-7-1.
Southwind sneaks past Whitehaven
On Tuesday, April 30, the Whitehaven Tigers and faced off against the Southwind Jaguars. The Jaguars snuck past the Whitehaven Tigers to claim a 7-6 success. The loss brought Whitehaven's record to 11-7, while Southwind's record rose to 7-3.
Hume-Fogg dominates Overton
Also on Tuesday, the Nashville Hume-Fogg Blue Knights out-hustled the Overton Wolverines by a score of 18-3 at home. The win brought Hume-Fogg's record to 10-8, while Overton's record fell to 2-7.
First Assembly Christian scores 21 runs, tramples Harding Academy
Wednesday saw the Cordova First Assembly Christian Crusaders defeat the Harding Academy Lions by a score of 21-8 at home. The Crusaders scored one home run, bringing their season total to three home runs. The Lions’ record fell again this week to 0-6-1, and First Assembly Christian’s record rose to 6-8-1.
Tipton-Rosemark Academy scores 18 runs, dominates First Assembly Christian
Wednesday also saw Millington's Tipton-Rosemark Academy Rebels face off against the Cordova First Assembly Christian Crusaders. Tipton-Rosemark Academy's home field advantage paid off: they walked away with the 18-0 success. The Rebels scored one home run, bringing their season total to 10 home runs. The win brought Tipton-Rosemark Academy's record to 32-9-1, while First Assembly Christian's record fell to 6-9-1.
Briarcrest Christian strikes out against St. Benedict at Auburndale
On Thursday, May 2, the Eads Briarcrest Christian Saints traveled to Cordova to face off against the St. Benedict at Auburndale Eagles. They drove home disappointed: the team fell to the Eagles in a frustrating 1-14 loss. The St. Benedict at Auburndale Eagles hit one home run, bringing their season total to five home runs. The Eagles looked great coming out of the preseason with a nonconference record of 9-7. The Saints unfortunately finished their preseason with a record of 3-11.
First Assembly Christian defeats Evangelical Christian
Friday saw the Cordova Evangelical Christian Eagles fall to the Cordova First Assembly Christian Crusaders by a score of 5-7. This continued a five-game losing streak for the Evangelical Christian Eagles, whose record fell again this week to 0-5. First Assembly Christian's record is now 2-1.
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