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Published on May 09, 2019
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Catch up with this roundup of high school baseball scores from in and around Sacramento over this past week, powered by data from premiere high school sports source MaxPreps.

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Florin strikes out against West Campus

Wednesday saw the West Campus Warriors unseat the Florin Panthers by a score of 7-0. It was a rough game for the Panthers, who got zero hits all game. The West Campus Warriors got five hits. After this success, West Campus remained undefeated with a conference record of 14-0, while Florin's record fell to 6-8.

Johnson dominates Valley

The Valley Vikings fell to the Johnson Warriors 6-16 on Wednesday. The loss brought Valley's conference record to 4-10, while Johnson's record rose to 6-5.

Burbank strikes out against Laguna Creek

The Elk Grove Laguna Creek Cardinals prevailed over the Burbank Titans 21-0 at home on Thursday. This continues a 12-game losing streak for the Burbank Titans, whose record fell again on Thursday to 0-12. Laguna Creek's record became 10-2.

McClatchy tramples Monterey Trail

Thursday also saw the Elk Grove Monterey Trail Mustangs lose to the McClatchy Lions by a score of 0-5. The loss brought Monterey Trail's conference record to 2-10, while McClatchy's record rose to 9-3.

Del Campo scores 6 runs, tramples Christian Brothers

Also on Thursday, the Fair Oaks Del Campo Cougars out-hustled the Christian Brothers Falcons by a score of 6-0 at home. The Cougars and Christian Brothers Falcons each clocked five hits respectively. The Del Campo Cougars scored one home run, bringing their season total to 15 home runs. The win brought Del Campo's conference record to 11-5, while Christian Brothers' record fell to 7-7.

West Campus scores 18 runs, cruises past Florin

The West Campus Warriors traveled to Sacramento this week to face off against the Florin Panthers on Friday. The Warriors blew the Panthers out of the park in a resounding 18-2 win. Following this victory, West Campus remained undefeated with a conference record of 15-0, while Florin's record fell to 6-9.

Del Campo overwhelmed by Christian Brothers

Also on Friday, Christian Brothers Falcons out-hustled the Fair Oaks Del Campo Cougars by a score of 10-3 at home. Christian Brothers Falcons added 10 hits, while the Cougars added five. The Falcons scored two home runs to bring their total to 12 this year. The win brought Christian Brothers' conference record to 8-7, while Del Campo's record fell to 11-6.

Kennedy defeats Ponderosa

Saturday, Shingle Springs' Ponderosa Bruins hosted the Kennedy Cougars for a varsity face-off. The Kennedy Cougars ultimately out-maneuvered the Ponderosa Bruins in a 3-1 success. The loss brought Ponderosa's record to 12-15, while Kennedy's record rose to 16-9.

Laguna Creek scores 7 runs, flattens West Campus

To kick off the week, on Monday, Elk Grove's Laguna Creek Cardinals hosted the West Campus Warriors for a varsity face-off. The Laguna Creek Cardinals walked away with a victory, beating the Warriors soundly, 7-0. The win brought Laguna Creek's record to 15-10, while West Campus' record fell to 16-1.

Rio Americano overwhelmed by Christian Brothers

Monday also saw the Rio Americano Raiders matchup against Christian Brothers Falcons at home. Christian Brothers Falcons walked away with the 11-4 victory. The Rio Americano Raiders clocked six hits, while the Falcons clocked 14. The loss brought Rio Americano's conference record to 11-5, while Christian Brothers' record rose to 9-7.

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