Did you miss this week in high school softball?
Catch up with Hoodline's roundup of girls varsity softball results from around Washington, powered by data from premiere high school sports source MaxPreps.
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National Collegiate Prep forfeits to Paul Public Charter International
The National Collegiate Prep team forfeited to the Paul Public Charter International Pirates on Tuesday.
Sidwell Friends flounders against Madeira
On Wednesday, May 8, the Sidwell Friends Quakers fell to the McLean Madeira girls' team by a score of 0-13. The loss brought Sidwell Friends' record to 3-10, while Madeira's record rose to 4-8.
Georgetown Visitation Prep smothers Holton-Arms
Wednesday also saw the Georgetown Visitation Prep Cubs battle the Bethesda Holton-Arms girls' team at home. Georgetown Visitation Prep's home field advantage paid off: they walked away with a 16-4 victory.
Paul Public Charter International wins by forfeit to Maya Angelou Public Charter
On Thursday, May 9, the Paul Public Charter International Pirates won by forfeit against the Maya Angelou Public Charter girls team.
Potomac School defeats National Cathedral
On Friday, May 10, National Cathedral girls team traveled to McLean to face off against the Potomac School Panthers. The Panthers out-maneuvered National Cathedral team 3-1, to walk away with the victory.
Madeira squeaks past Georgetown Day
The Georgetown Day Mighty Hoppers fell to McLean's Madeira girls' team 0-1 at home on Friday.
Flint Hill scores 12 runs, dominates Georgetown Visitation Prep
Saturday, Oakton's Flint Hill Huskies hosted the Georgetown Visitation Prep Cubs for a varsity matchup. The Flint Hill Huskies walked away with the success, beating the Cubs soundly, 12-2.
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