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We've got you covered with a roundup of the latest local boys varsity baseball action in and around Virginia Beach, powered by data from high school sports source MaxPreps.
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Salem edges out Princess Anne
On Tuesday, the Princess Anne Cavaliers fell to the Salem Sundevils by a score of 2-1 at home. The Princess Anne Cavaliers added three hits, while the Salem Sundevils added four.
The loss brought Princess Anne's conference record to 8-5, while Salem's record rose to 5-1.
First Colonial strikes out Bayside
Also on Tuesday, the Bayside Marlins visited the First Colonial Patriots. They drove home disappointed: The team fell to the First Colonial Patriots in a frustrating 12-2 loss.
This continues an eleven-game losing streak for the Marlins, whose record fell again on Tuesday to 0-11. First Colonial's record became 11-4.
Tallwood prevails over Landstown
Tuesday, the Tallwood Lions hosted the Landstown Eagles for a varsity matchup. The Tallwood Lions wrangled a victory from the visiting Eagles, 2-0.
This continues a thirteen-game losing streak for the Landstown Eagles, whose record fell again this week to 0-13. Tallwood's record became 4-9.
Cox snuffs out Kellam
Tuesday, the Kellam Knights hosted the Cox Falcons for a varsity face-off. The Cox Falcons out-hustled the Knights 3-1, to walk away with the victory.
The loss brought Kellam's conference record to 9-4, while Cox's record rose to 14-2.
Kempsville flattens Green Run
On Tuesday, May 21, the Green Run Stallions also faced off against the Kempsville Chiefs at home. The Chiefs walked away with the 14-2 victory.
This continued a six-game losing streak for the Green Run Stallions, whose record fell again on Tuesday to 0-6. Kempsville's record rose to 2-4.