Did you miss this week in high school baseball?
Read on for your roundup of boys varsity baseball results from around Cincinnati, powered by data from high school sports source MaxPreps.
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Riverview East Academy defeats Finneytown
On Monday, the Finneytown Wildcats visited the Riverview East Academy boys' team. Riverview East Academy ultimately beat the Finneytown Wildcats in a 4-1 win.
This continues an eleven-game losing streak for the Finneytown Wildcats, whose record fell to 0-13-1. Riverview East Academy's record rose to 19-3-1.
Deer Park scores 11 runs, dominates St. Bernard-Elmwood Place
Monday also saw the Deer Park Wildcats defeat the St. Bernard-Elmwood Place Titans by a score of 11-1 at home.
This continues a nine-game losing streak for the Titans, whose record fell to 0-12-1. Deer Park's record became 11-12-1.
Summit Country Day bests Madeira
Tuesday saw the Summit Country Day Silver Knights defeat the Madeira Mustangs by a score of 5-3.
The win brought Summit Country Day's record to 20-6, while Madeira's record fell to 12-9-2.
Indian Hill scores 10 runs, cruises past Hughes
Also on Tuesday, the Indian Hill Braves toppled the Hughes Big Red by a score of 10-0 at home.
The win brought Indian Hill's record to 15-9, while Hughes' record fell to 3-5.
Elder cruises past Winton Woods
Tuesday also saw the Elder Panthers unseat the Winton Woods Warriors by a score of 16-0.
Roger Bacon smothers Riverview East Academy
The Riverview East Academy team traveled to Cincinnati this week to face off against the Roger Bacon Spartans on Wednesday. Roger Bacon's home team advantage paid off: it walked away with a 10-0 win.
The win brought Roger Bacon's record to 8-3, while Riverview East Academy's record fell to 19-4-1.
Summit Country Day prevails over Indian Hill
On Thursday, May 16, the Indian Hill Braves visited the Summit Country Day Silver Knights. They drove home empty-handed: the Braves fell to the Silver Knights in a frustrating 5-3 loss.
The win brought Summit Country Day's record to 21-6, while Indian Hill's record fell to 15-10.
Lakota East outsmarts Summit Country Day
Saturday brought a new round of high school matchups, with Liberty Township's Lakota East Thunderhawks hosting the Summit Country Day Silver Knights at home. The Lakota East Thunderhawks ultimately out-maneuvered the Summit Country Day Silver Knights 7-3.
The win brought Lakota East's record to 14-3, while Summit Country Day's record fell to 21-7.
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