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Overfelt outmatched by Evergreen Valley
The Overfelt Royals fell to the Evergreen Valley Cougars 2-12 at home on Thursday. After this success, Evergreen Valley remained undefeated with a conference record of 12-0, while Overfelt's record fell to 7-4.
Ann Sobrato dominates Gunderson
Also on Thursday, the Morgan Hill Ann Sobrato Bulldogs traveled to San Jose to face off against the Gunderson Grizzlies. They drove home satisfied: the Bulldogs clinched a 14-3 victory, hitting one home run. The loss brought Gunderson's conference record to 3-9, while Ann Sobrato's record rose to 11-1.
Pinewood tramples More
On Friday, May 3, the More Knights traveled to Los Altos Hills to face off against the Pinewood Panthers. They drove home empty-handed: the Knights lost to the Panthers by a score of 6-9. The Knights hit one home run. The win brought Pinewood's conference record to 9-1, while More's record fell to 9-1.
Archbishop Mitty yields to Valley Christian
On Friday, May 3, the Valley Christian Warriors faced off against the Archbishop Mitty Monarchs. The Warriors cruised past the Monarchs in an impressive 13-3 win. The Warriors added 13 hits, while the Monarchs added six. The Warriors hit one home run, adding to their total of 16 this year. The win brought Valley Christian's conference record to 12-2, while Archbishop Mitty's record fell to 8-6.
More conquers Silver Creek
On Saturday, May 4, the Silver Creek Raiders hosted the More Knights at home. The Knights walked away with the victory, beating the Silver Raiders soundly, 5-2. The loss brought Silver Creek's record to 7-13, while More's record rose to 18-5.
Live Oak strikes out against Leigh
Also on Saturday, Morgan Hill's Live Oak Acorns traveled to San Jose to face off against the Leigh Longhorns. The Longhorns walked away with the victory, beating the Acorns soundly, 5-2. Although they lost, the Acorns had seven hits to the Longhorn's five hits. The Longhorns hit one home run, adding to their total of nine this year. The win brought Leigh's conference record to 10-2, while Live Oak's record fell to 7-5.
Evergreen Valley hangs on against Mt. Pleasant
On Monday, the Mt. Pleasant Cardinals visited the Evergreen Valley Cougars. The Cougars edged out the Cardinals for a 4-3 victory. After this victory, Evergreen Valley remained undefeated with a conference record of 13-0, while Mt. Pleasant's record fell to 11-2.
Ann Sobrato scores 9 runs, cruises past Lynbrook
Also on Monday, the Lynbrook Vikings traveled to Morgan Hill to face off against the Ann Sobrato Bulldogs. The Bulldogs blew the Vikings out of the park in a resounding 9-1 victory. The Bulldogs recorded eight hits, while the Vikings recorded five. The Bulldogs hit one home run, adding to their total of three this year. The win brought Ann Sobrato's record to 15-6, while Lynbrook's record fell to 4-19-1.
Archbishop Riordan yields to Valley Christian
Tuesday, the Valley Christian Warriors hosted the San Francisco Archbishop Riordan Crusaders for a varsity matchup. The Warriors walked away with the victory, beating the Crusaders soundly, 12-1. The Warriors notched 11 hits, while the Crusaders had four. The win brought Valley Christian's record to 25-4, while Archbishop Riordan's record fell to 6-21-1.
Ann Sobrato scores 15 runs, conquers Piedmont Hills
Tuesday also saw the Piedmont Hills Pirates fall to Morgan Hill's Ann Sobrato Bulldogs by a score of 4-15. The Pirates got seven hits, while the Bulldogs got 19. The loss brought Piedmont Hills' conference record to 10-3, while Ann Sobrato's record rose to 12-1.
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