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

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

Did you miss this week in high school softball?

Here’s your roundup of girls varsity softball results from Columbus, 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.)


Bishop Hartley conquers Eastmoor Academy

Tuesday, the Bishop Hartley Hawks hosted the Eastmoor Academy Warriors for a varsity face-off. The Bishop Hartley Hawks walked away with a success, beating the Warriors soundly, 10-0. The win brought Bishop Hartley's record to 5-13, while Eastmoor Academy's record fell to 14-5.

Delaware Christian dominates Worthington Kilbourne

The Delaware Christian team traveled to Columbus this week to face off against the Worthington Kilbourne Wolves on Tuesday. The Eagles blew the Wolves out of the park in an impressive 15-6 win. Following this win, Delaware Christian remained undefeated with a conference record of 16-0, while Worthington Kilbourne's record fell to 0-11.

Mifflin strikes out against Centennial

Also on Tuesday, the Mifflin Punchers visited the Centennial Stars. They drove home empty-handed: The Mifflin Punchers lost to the Stars by a score of 0-17. The Centennial Stars hit one home run, adding to their total of four this year. The win brought Centennial's conference record to 11-1, while Mifflin's record fell to 1-6.

Bexley strikes out against Bishop Ready

Wednesday, the Bishop Ready Silver Knights hosted the Bexley Lions for a varsity face-off. The Silver Knights walked away with the victory, beating the Bexley Lions soundly, 10-0. The win brought Bishop Ready's record to 16-5, while Bexley's record fell to 8-14.

International Prep overwhelmed by Whetstone

Also on Wednesday, the Whetstone Braves traveled to Warrensville Heights to face off against the International Prep Jaquars. They drove home satisfied: The Braves cinched a 19-1 victory.

Eastmoor Academy smothers Briggs

Wednesday also saw the Briggs Bruins fall to the Eastmoor Academy Warriors by a score of 11-19 at home. The Warriors scored one home run. Following this win, Eastmoor Academy remained undefeated with a conference record of 12-0, while Briggs' record fell to 2-2.

Beechcroft outmatched by Centennial

Also on Wednesday, the Beechcroft Cougars visited the Centennial Stars. The Centennial Stars walked away with the win, beating the Beechcroft Cougars soundly, 13-3. The win brought Centennial's conference record to 12-1, while Beechcroft's record fell to 4-7-1.

Upper Arlington hangs on against Bishop Watterson

On Thursday, May 2, the Bishop Watterson Eagles hosted the Upper Arlington Golden Bears at home. It was a nail biter: the Upper Arlington Golden Bears just out-hustled the Bishop Watterson Eagles 3-2. The loss brought Bishop Watterson's record to 7-8, while Upper Arlington's record rose to 14-9-1.

Linden-McKinley flounders against Whetstone

Thursday also saw the Whetstone Braves battle the Linden-McKinley Panthers at home. The Braves blew the Linden-McKinley Panthers out of the park in a decisive 18-1 victory. After this win, Whetstone remained undefeated with a conference record of 12-0, while Linden-McKinley's record fell to 0-8-1.

Independence overwhelmed by Eastmoor Academy

Monday saw the Independence 76ers lose to the Eastmoor Academy Warriors by a score of 1-18 at home. After this victory, Eastmoor Academy remained undefeated with a conference record of 13-0, while Independence's record fell to 4-3.


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