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We've got you covered with a roundup of the latest local boys varsity baseball action in and around San Diego, powered by data from premiere high school sports source MaxPreps.

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Calvary Christian Academy scores 16 runs, dominates Rock Academy

Thursday saw the Chula Vista Calvary Christian Academy Royal Knights topple the Rock Academy Warriors by a score of 16-2 at home. The Royal Knights hit two home runs, bringing their season total to 10.

After this victory, Calvary Christian Academy remained undefeated with a conference record of 8-0, while Rock Academy's record fell to 4-4.

Point Loma triumphs over Serra

The Serra team traveled this week to face off against the Point Loma Pointers on Thursday. The Pointers wrangled a victory from the visiting Pointers, 2-0. The Pointers accumulated five hits, while the Serra Conquistadors managed just one.

Following the win, Point Loma remained undefeated with a conference record of 11-0-1, while Serra's record fell to 2-10.

Patrick Henry bests San Diego

Thursday also saw the San Diego Cavers fall to the Patrick Henry Patriots by a score of 6-0 at home. The San Diego Cavers accumulated five hits, while the Patriots managed nine. The Patriots hit one homer, adding to their total of 7 this year.

The loss brought San Diego's conference record to 4-8, while Patrick Henry's record rose to 11-1.

Kearny snuffs out Morse

Also on Thursday, the Morse Tigers visited the Kearny Komets. They drove home empty-handed: the Tigers fell to the Komets in a frustrating 8-6 loss. Although they lost, the Morse Tigers managed 10 hits, while Morse secured eight.

The win brought Kearny's conference record to 11-1, while Morse's record fell to 10-2.

Classical Academy prevails over Francis Parker

On Friday, May 10, the Escondido Classical Academy Caimans clashed with the Francis Parker Lancers. The Caimans out-hustled the Lancers 4-2 to walk away with the victory. Although they lost, the Lancers managed eight hits, while Francis Parker recorded seven. Francis Parker hit one home run, adding to their total of 3 this year.

The win brought Classical Academy's conference record to 11-1, while Francis Parker's record fell to 3-9.

Eastlake squeaks past Cathedral Catholic

Cathedral Catholic team traveled to Chula Vista this week to face off against the Eastlake Titans on Wednesday. It was a squeaker: the Titans barely defeated the Dons by a margin of one run, 2-1.

The win brought Eastlake's record to 23-4-1, while Cathedral Catholic's record fell to 17-13.

Point Loma outsmarts Otay Ranch

The Point Loma Pointers bested Chula Vista's Otay Ranch Mustangs 6-1 on Wednesday.

The win brought Point Loma's record to 24-4-2, while Otay Ranch's record fell to 14-16-1.

Rancho Buena Vista sneaks past Patrick Henry

The Vista Rancho Buena Vista team traveled to San Diego on Wednesday to face off against the Patrick Henry Patriots. It was a squeaker: the Rancho Buena Vista Longhorns barely unseated the Patrick Henry Patriots by a margin of one run, 4-3.

The loss brought Patrick Henry's record to 21-7-1, while Rancho Buena Vista's record rose to 15-14-1.

Poway hangs on against Scripps Ranch

Also on Wednesday, the Scripps Ranch Falcons traveled to Poway to face off against the Poway Titans. The Titans inched past the Falcons for a 6-5 win.

The win brought Poway's record to 24-5, while Scripps Ranch's record fell to 18-11-1.

Classical Academy snuffs out Clairemont

The Escondido Classical Academy Caimans toppled the Clairemont Chieftains 9-4 at home on Wednesday.

The win brought Classical Academy's record to 27-4, while Clairemont's record fell to 18-13-1.


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