Missed the last week in high school softball?
We've got you covered with a roundup of recent local girls varsity softball action in and around Virginia Beach, powered by data from high school sports leader MaxPreps.
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Bayside bests Landstown
On Tuesday, the Bayside Marlins clashed with the Landstown Eagles at home. The Marlins out-hustled the Landstown Eagles 8-6, to walk away with the win. The Bayside Marlins hit one home run, bringing their season total to seven.
The win brought Bayside's conference record to 7-5, while Landstown's record fell to 4-5.
Princess Anne smothers Green Run
On Wednesday, the Green Run Stallions visited the Princess Anne Cavaliers. They drove home disappointed: The Stallions lost to the Princess Anne Cavaliers by a score of 14-2.
This continues the losing streak for the Green Run Stallions, whose record fell again this week to 0-11. Princess Anne's record rose to 3-7.
Ocean Lakes squeaks past Northampton
On Thursday, May 16, Eastville's Northampton Yellowjackets lost to the Ocean Lakes Dolphins by a score of 6-5.
The loss brought Northampton's record to 11-8, while Ocean Lakes' record rose to 6-4.
First Colonial bests Cox
Thursday also saw the Cox Falcons matchup against the First Colonial Patriots. The Patriots out-maneuvered the Cox Falcons 7-3, to walk away with the win.
The loss brought Cox's conference record to 4-9, while First Colonial's record rose to 7-9.
Bayside edges out Ocean Lakes
Friday brought a new round of high school contests, with the Bayside Marlins facing off against the Ocean Lakes Dolphins at home. The Marlins squeaked past the Dolphins to claim a 7-6 victory.
The win brought Bayside's conference record to 8-5, while Ocean Lakes' record fell to 5-5.
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