Get up-to-date on San Jose's latest high school baseball scores

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By Hoodline - Published on May 17, 2019.

Couldn't catch the local high school baseball matchups from last week?

Stay up to date with our roundup of the latest boys varsity baseball results in and around San Jose, powered by data from high school sports leader 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.)

Evergreen Valley outsmarts Mt. Pleasant

On Thursday, the Mt. Pleasant Cardinals lost to the Evergreen Valley Cougars by a score of 6-0.

After this win, Evergreen Valley remained undefeated with a conference record of 14-0, while Mt. Pleasant's record fell to 11-3.

Harker bests More

The More team traveled to San Jose this week to face off against the Harker Eagles on Thursday. The Eagles wrangled a victory from the visiting Eagles, 14-9.

The win brought Harker's record to 15-8, while More's record fell to 18-6.

Del Mar smothers James Lick

Thursday also saw the James Lick Comets lose to the Del Mar Dons by a score of 17-2 at home.

The loss brought James Lick's conference record to 3-12, while Del Mar's record rose to 10-4.

Overfelt prevails over San Jose

The Overfelt team traveled this week to face off against the San Jose Bulldogs on Thursday. The Royals ultimately unseated the Bulldogs in an 11-3 victory. The Bulldogs clocked six hits, while the Royals clocked 10.

The loss brought San Jose's conference record to 5-9, while Overfelt's record rose to 9-5.

Leland outsmarts Willow Glen

Also on Thursday, the Leland Chargers visited the Willow Glen Rams. They drove home satisfied: the Chargers cinched a 5-3 victory. The Willow Glen Rams clocked three hits, while the Chargers clocked seven.

The loss brought Willow Glen's conference record to 4-10, while Leland's record rose to 9-5.

Ann Sobrato unseats Piedmont Hills

The Piedmont Hills team traveled to Morgan Hill this week to face off against the Ann Sobrato Bulldogs on Friday. The Ann Sobrato Bulldogs wrangled a win from the visiting Bulldogs, 3-1.

The win brought Ann Sobrato's conference record to 13-1, while Piedmont Hills' record fell to 10-4.

Leigh prevails over Branham

Also on Friday, the Branham Bruins visited the Leigh Longhorns. The Leigh Longhorns wrangled a win from the visiting Longhorns, 5-1. The Leigh Longhorns recorded eight hits, while the Branham Bruins recorded four.

The win brought Leigh's conference record to 12-2, while Branham's record fell to 7-7.

Oak Grove edges out Lincoln

Friday also saw the Oak Grove Eagles unseat the Lincoln Lions by a score of 5-4. The Oak Grove Eagles and the Lincoln Lions managed nine hits each.

The win brought Oak Grove's conference record to 10-4, while Lincoln's record fell to 8-6.

Willow Glen outsmarts Ann Sobrato

Wednesday, Morgan Hill's Ann Sobrato Bulldogs hosted the Willow Glen Rams for a varsity matchup. The Rams out-maneuvered the Bulldogs 3-1, to walk away with the win. The Ann Sobrato Bulldogs added two hits, while the Rams added seven. The Willow Glen Rams scored one home run, bringing their season total to three home runs.

The loss brought Ann Sobrato's record to 17-7, while Willow Glen's record rose to 12-16.

Leland outsmarts Gunn

Wednesday also saw the Leland Chargers confront Palo Alto's Gunn Titans. The Leland Chargers wrangled a win from the visiting Chargers, 5-0.

The win brought Leland's record to 18-7-2, while Gunn's record fell to 15-13.

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