Get up-to-date on Philadelphia's latest high school softball results

Get up-to-date on Philadelphia's latest high school softball results
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By Hoodline - Published on May 22, 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 Philadelphia, 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.)


Shipley scores 11 runs, overthrows Germantown Friends

On Tuesday, May 14, Bryn Mawr's Shipley girls team clashed with the Germantown Friends girls team. The Shipley team walked away with the victory, beating Germantown Friends soundly, 11-1. Shipley had nine hits, while the Germantown Friends team had five.

Following this victory, Shipley raised its conference to 11-1, while Germantown Friends' record fell to 4-5.

Friends Select edges out George School

On Tuesday, May 14, the Friends Select girls team clashed with Newtown's George School Cougars. Friends Select inched past the Cougars to claim a 6-5 win.

The win brought Friends Select's conference record to 5-1, while George School's record fell to 3-3.

Philadelphia Academy Charter triumphs over Kensington, scores playoff win

On Wednesday, May 15, the Philadelphia Academy Charter girls team cinched a playoff victory, defeating the Kensington girls team by a score of 9-7.

The win brought Philadelphia Academy Charter's record to 12-3, while Kensington's record fell to 7-6.

Arts Academy at Benjamin Rush outsmarts Abraham Lincoln, scores playoff win

Also on Wednesday, the Arts Academy at Benjamin Rush KNIGHTS cinched a playoff victory. They defeated the Abraham Lincoln Rail Splitters by a score of 12-2 at home.

The win brought Arts Academy at Benjamin Rush's record to 12-2, while Abraham Lincoln's record fell to 6-7.

Gwynedd Mercy Academy prevails over St. Hubert Catholic for Girls

Wednesday also saw Gwynedd Valley's Gwynedd Mercy Academy girls team topple the St. Hubert Catholic for Girls girls team by a score of 4-2.

The win brought Gwynedd Mercy Academy's record to 13-7, while St. Hubert Catholic for Girls' record fell to 12-8.

MAST Community Charter sneaks past Delaware County Christian

Also on Wednesday, the Newtown Square Delaware County Christian Knights lost to the MAST Community Charter Panthers by a score of 7-6 at home. The Delaware County Christian Knights had eight hits, while the MAST Community Charter Panthers had nine.

The loss brought Delaware County Christian's conference record to 9-7, while MAST Community Charter's record rose to 3-11.

Friends Select snuffs out Shipley

Also on Wednesday, Bryn Mawr's Shipley girls team lost to the Friends Select girls team by a score of 9-2.

The loss brought Shipley's conference record to 11-1, while Friends Select's record rose to 5-1.

St. Hubert Catholic for Girls snags playoff win against Archbishop Carroll

On Friday, May 17, the St. Hubert Catholic for Girls girls team cinched a playoff victory, defeating Radnor's Archbishop Carroll Patriots by a score of 5-1.

The win brought St. Hubert Catholic for Girls' record to 12-8, while Archbishop Carroll's record fell to 6-4.

Springside Chestnut Hill Academy unseats Shipley, scores playoff win

Also on Friday, the Springside Chestnut Hill Academy Blue Devils cinched a playoff victory. They defeated Bryn Mawr's Shipley girls team 9-4. Shipley hit one home run and ran its record to 11-2.

Springside triumphs over Friends Select

Friday also saw the Springside girls team confront the Friends Select girls team. The Springside team ultimately snuffed out the Friends Select girls in a 9-4 victory.

Following this win, Springside remained undefeated with a record of 2-0, while Friends Select's record fell to 6-3.


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