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Here’s your roundup of high school softball scores from Los Angeles this past week, powered by data from high school sports source MaxPreps.
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Hamilton edges out View Park
Thursday saw the Hamilton Yankees defeat the View Park Knights by a score of 3-2. The Hamilton Yankees hit one home run to bring their total to 16 this season.
The win brought Hamilton's record to 18-4, while View Park's record fell to 11-5.
Bravo outsmarts Northridge Academy
Also on Thursday, the Bravo Knights traveled to Northridge to face off against the Northridge Academy Pumas. The Knights ultimately unseated the Pumas in an 8-4 victory.
The loss brought Northridge Academy's record to 16-5, while Bravo's record rose to 11-6.
El Camino Real outsmarts Banning
On Thursday, May 9, Wilmington's Banning Pilots hosted Woodland Hills's El Camino Real Conquistadors at home. The El Camino Real Conquistadors out-hustled the Banning Pilots 7-1, to walk away with the victory. The Banning Pilots had four hits, while the Conquistadors had 10. The El Camino Real Conquistadors hit one home run to bring their total to 15 this year.
The loss brought Banning's record to 17-12, while El Camino Real's record rose to 20-9.
Verdugo Hills sneaks past Discovery
Also on Thursday, the Tujunga Verdugo Hills Dons traveled to Pacoima to face off against the Discovery Warriors. The Dons snuck past the Warriors for a 4-3 win. Although they lost, the Discovery Warriors actually had 13 hits to Verdugo Hills' four. The Warriors hit one home run to bring their total to 20 this year. The Verdugo Hills Dons also hit one home run of their own.
The loss brought Discovery's record to 20-7, while Verdugo Hills' record rose to 10-11-2.
Chavez prevails over Venice
Thursday also saw the San Fernando Chavez Eagles face off against the Venice Gondoliers at home. The Chavez Eagles ultimately triumphed over the Gondoliers in a 9-5 win.
The win brought Chavez's record to 21-13, while Venice's record fell to 11-13.
Chatsworth prevails over San Pedro
Also on Thursday, the San Pedro Pirates traveled to Chatsworth to face off against the Chatsworth Chancellors. They drove home disappointed: the Pirates lost to the Chatsworth Chancellors by a score of 2-0.
The win brought Chatsworth's record to 25-5-1, while San Pedro's record fell to 14-8.
Eagle Rock scores 18 runs, smothers Palisades
The Pacific Palisades Dolphins traveled to Los Angeles this week to face off against the Eagle Rock Eagles on Thursday. Eagle Rock's home team advantage paid off: they walked away with the 18-4 victory. The Eagle Rock Eagles hit two home runs to bring their total to 21 this season.
The win brought Eagle Rock's record to 15-9, while Palisades' record fell to 8-12-1.
Granada Hills Charter snuffs out San Fernando
The Granada Hills Granada Hills Charter team traveled to San Fernando this week to face off against the San Fernando Tigers on Thursday. The Granada Hills Charter Highlanders wrangled a win from the San Fernando Tigers, 9-3. The Granada Hills Charter Highlanders hit one home run.
The loss brought San Fernando's record to 23-6-1, while Granada Hills Charter's record rose to 18-10.
Los Angeles strikes out Bright Star Secondary Charter Academy
Thursday also saw the Los Angeles Romans matchup against the Bright Star Secondary Charter Academy Eagles at home. The Los Angeles Romans walked away with the win, beating the Bright Star Secondary Charter Academy Eagles soundly, 13-0.
The win brought Los Angeles' record to 13-3, while Bright Star Secondary Charter Academy's record fell to 9-7.
Chavez overthrows Birmingham
Wednesday brought a new round of high school contests, Lake Balboa's Birmingham Patriots clashing with San Fernando's Chavez Eagles. The Chavez Eagles walked away with a win, beating the Patriots soundly, 10-0.
The loss brought Birmingham's record to 19-13, while Chavez's record rose to 22-13.
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