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Get up-to-date on Washington's latest high school baseball results

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By Hoodline - Published on May 07, 2019.

Couldn't catch the latest high school baseball matchups in and around Washington?

Here are boys varsity baseball scores from around the area from the past week, 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.)


Gonzaga flattens The Heights

Monday saw the Gonzaga Eagles out-hustle The Heights boys' team by a score of 12-2. This continues a thirteen-game losing streak for The Heights, whose record fell again this week to 0-13. Gonzaga's record rose to 7-5.

Flint Hill scores 8 runs, clobbers Maret

On Tuesday, April 30, the Oakton Flint Hill Huskies defeated the Maret Frogs by a score of 8-2. The Huskies had seven hits, while the Frogs had five. The win brought Flint Hill's conference record to 9-3, while Maret's record fell to 4-3.

Smith Jewish Day School strikes out against St. Anselm's Abbey

Also on Tuesday, the Rockville Smith Jewish Day School Lions lost to the St. Anselm's Abbey Panthers by a score of 15-3 at home.

Sidwell Friends yields to St. James

Tuesday, the Sidwell Friends Quakers hosted Hagerstown's St. James Saints for a varsity face-off. The Saints walked away with the 10-0 success. The loss brought Sidwell Friends' conference record to 3-7, while St. James' record rose to 7-2.

St. Anselm's Abbey overwhelmed by Field

On Wednesday, May 1, the Field Falcons visited the St. Anselm's Abbey Panthers. The Falcons trampled the Panthers in an impressive 9-6 win.

Dunbar flounders against Wilson

The Dunbar team traveled this week to face off against the Wilson Tigers on Friday. The Tigers walked away with a success, beating the Dunbar Crimson Tide soundly, 17-0. The win brought Wilson's record to 18-8, while Dunbar's record fell to 5-8.

Eastern yields to School Without Walls

Also on Friday, the Eastern Ramblers visited the School Without Walls Penguins. They drove home disappointed: the team fell to the School Without Walls Penguins in a frustrating 22-0 loss. The Penguins hit one home run to bring their total to five this year. The win brought School Without Walls' record to 16-6, while Eastern's record fell to 6-8.

Sidwell Friends prevails over Potomac School

Also on Friday, the McLean Potomac School Panthers fell to the Sidwell Friends Quakers by a score of 11-9 at home. Although they lost, the Panthers recorded 14 hits, while Sidwell Friends recorded nine. The loss brought Potomac School's conference record to 5-6, while Sidwell Friends' record rose to 4-7.

Maret scores 11 runs, smothers Potomac School

On Saturday, the Maret Frogs hosted McLean's Potomac School Panthers at home. Maret's home team advantage paid off: they walked away with an 11-1 success. The Maret Frogs recorded 14 hits, while the Potomac School Panthers recorded two. The win brought Maret's conference record to 5-3, while Potomac School's record fell to 5-7.

Georgetown Day sneaks past Sidwell Friends

Also on Saturday, the Sidwell Friends Quakers fell to the Georgetown Day Mighty Hoppers by a score of 10-9 at home. The Quakers had 10 hits, while the Hoppers had 13. Sidwell Friends hit one home run, bringing their season total to three. The loss brought Sidwell Friends' conference record to 4-8, while Georgetown Day's record rose to 6-6.


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