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Here's what's happening in Charlotte high school softball this week

Here's what's happening in Charlotte high school softball this week
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By Hoodline - Published on May 08, 2019.

Didn't catch the local high school softball scores last week?

Get back in the game with our roundup of recent girls varsity softball results in and around Charlotte, 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.)


Charlotte Latin yields to Cannon

Tuesday brought a new round of high school matchups, with Concord's Cannon Cougars facing off against the Charlotte Latin Hawks. The Cougars dominated the Charlotte Latin Hawks in an impressive 6-0 victory. This continues a 10-game losing streak for the Charlotte Latin, whose record fell again on Tuesday to 0-10. Cannon's record improved to 7-2.

Covenant Day scores 21 runs, dominates Providence Day

Tuesday also saw the Providence Day Chargers face off against the Matthews Covenant Day Lions at home. The Lions triumphed over the Chargers in a decisive 21-8 success. The Chargers notched 11 hits, while the Lions added 13. The loss brought Providence Day's conference record to 6-3, while Covenant Day's record rose to 6-3.

Charlotte Country Day School prevails over Charlotte Christian

Also on Tuesday, the Charlotte Country Day School Buccaneers out-hustled the Charlotte Christian Knights by a score of 7-5. The win brought Charlotte Country Day School's conference record to 4-6, while Charlotte Christian's record fell to 5-4.

Sun Valley overwhelmed by Charlotte Catholic

Also on Tuesday, the Charlotte Catholic Cougars defeated Monroe's Sun Valley Spartans by a score of 11-1. The Charlotte Catholic Cougars notched 14 hits, while the Spartans added four. The win brought Charlotte Catholic's record to 14-4, while Sun Valley's record fell to 8-14.

David W. Butler edges out Myers Park

On Tuesday, April 30, the David W. Butler Bulldogs and hosted the Myers Park Mustangs. It was a close one: the David W. Butler Bulldogs barely toppled the Myers Park Mustangs by a margin of one run, 4-3. The Bulldogs hit one home run, bringing their season total to 10 The win brought David W. Butler's record to 12-6, while Myers Park's record fell to 8-12.

Mooresville clobbers Zebulon B. Vance

Tuesday, the Mooresville Blue Devils hosted the Zebulon B. Vance Cougars for a varsity game. The Mooresville Blue Devils walked away with a success, beating the Cougars soundly, 19-0. The win brought Mooresville's record to 23-3, while Zebulon B. Vance's record fell to 4-14.

Charlotte Catholic yields to Parkwood

Wednesday saw Monroe's Parkwood Rebels topple the Charlotte Catholic Cougars by a score of 8-2. The Parkwood Rebels had 13 hits, while the Charlotte Catholic Cougars added 10. The win brought Parkwood's record to 12-6, while Charlotte Catholic's record fell to 14-5.

Cannon cruises past Providence Day

Thursday brought a new round of high school contests, with Concord's Cannon Cougars facing off against the Providence Day Chargers at home. The Cougars triumphed over the Chargers in a decisive 15-0 success. The win brought Cannon's conference record to 8-2, while Providence Day's record fell to 6-4.

Charlotte Christian outsmarts Covenant Day

Also on Thursday, the Charlotte Christian Knights traveled to Matthews to face off against the Covenant Day Lions. It was worth the trip: the Knights cinched an 8-6 victory. The loss brought Covenant Day's conference record to 6-4, while Charlotte Christian's record rose to 6-4.

Charlotte Country Day School outmatched by Forsyth Country Day

The Charlotte Country Day School Buccaneers fell to the Lewisville Forsyth Country Day Furies 1-8 on Friday. The loss brought Charlotte Country Day School's record to 9-9, while Forsyth Country Day's record rose to 10-6.


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