Here's what happened in Seattle high school softball last week

Here's what happened in Seattle high school softball last week
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By Hoodline - Published on May 20, 2019.

Couldn't catch the latest high school softball battles in and around Seattle?

Here are girls varsity softball scores from around the area from the past week, powered by data from premiere high school sports source 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.)

Bellevue scores 17 runs, dominates West Seattle

On Monday, May 13, the West Seattle girls team traveled to Bellevue to face off against the Bellevue Wolverines. Bellevue's home team advantage paid off: they walked away with the 17-3 victory. The Wolverines scored three home runs, adding to their total of 20 this year.

The win brought Bellevue's record to 18-4, while West Seattle's record fell to 6-13.

Holy Names Academy scores 11 runs, cruises past Nathan Hale

Also on Monday, the Holy Names Academy girls team unseated the Nathan Hale Raiders by a score of 11-1. The Holy Names Academy team added 13 hits, while the Nathan Hale Raiders added seven.

The win brought Holy Names Academy's record to 13-8, while Nathan Hale's record fell to 10-13.

Bellevue triumphes over Roosevelt

On Tuesday, the Roosevelt Roughriders fell to the Bellevue Wolverines by a score of 14-7 at home. 

The loss brought Roosevelt's record to 11-7, while Bellevue's record rose to 19-4.

Garfield scores 11 runs, dominates Bellevue

Thursday, the Garfield Bulldogs hosted the Bellevue Wolverines for a varsity matchup. The Garfield Bulldogs walked away with the win, beating the Bellevue Wolverines soundly, 11-2. The Bulldogs had 13 hits, while the Wolverines had four. The Garfield Bulldogs hit one home run, bringing their season total to 13 home runs. It was an exciting game; the Wolverines hit an additional home run as well.

The win brought Garfield's record to 23-2, while Bellevue's record fell to 19-5.

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