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Here's what's happening in Denver high school baseball this week

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By Hoodline - Published on May 16, 2019.

Did you miss this week in high school baseball?

Read on for a roundup of boys varsity baseball results from Denver, 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.)


Lincoln triumphes over Denver East

Thursday saw the Lincoln Lancers topple the Denver East Angels by a score of 12-4 at home. After this victory, Lincoln remained undefeated with a conference record of 18-0, while Denver East's record fell to 10-8.

Denver North outsmarts Thomas Jefferson

Friday saw the Thomas Jefferson Spartans lose to the Denver North Vikings by a score of 9-1. The Thomas Jefferson Spartans clocked six hits, while the Vikings clocked nine. The loss brought Thomas Jefferson's conference record to 9-9, while Denver North's record rose to 14-4.

Denver North scores 9 runs, flattens Thomas Jefferson

Also on Friday, the Thomas Jefferson Spartans visited the Denver North Vikings. The Denver North Vikings walked away with a victory, beating the Thomas Jefferson Spartans soundly, 9-0. The Vikings recorded eight hits, while the Thomas Jefferson Spartans recorded two.

The win brought Denver North's conference record to 14-4, while Thomas Jefferson's record fell to 9-9.

Jefferson Academy sneaks past Manual

On Saturday, May 11, the Broomfield Jefferson Academy Jaguars traveled to Denver to face off against the Manual Thunderbolts. It was a nail biter: the Jaguars just beat the Manual Thunderbolts by a margin of one runs, 4-3. The Thunderbolts managed six hits, while the Jefferson Academy Jaguars managed eight.

The loss brought Manual's conference record to 4-11, while Jefferson Academy's record rose to 9-6.

Sterling scores 17 runs, overthrows Bishop Machebeuf

The Bishop Machebeuf team traveled to Sterling this week to face off against the Sterling Tigers on Saturday. Sterling's home team advantage paid off: they walked away with the 17-0 victory. The Tigers managed 12 hits, while the Buffaloes managed six. The Sterling Tigers scored two home runs to bring their total to nine this year.

The win brought Sterling's record to 19-3, while Bishop Machebeuf's record fell to 10-13.

Denver South scores 14 runs, smothers Denver West

Monday saw the Denver West Cowboys lose to the Denver South Rebels by a score of 14-3 at home. The Denver West Cowboys added four hits, while the Denver South Rebels added 12. The Cowboys scored one home run, adding to their total of three this season.

The loss brought Denver West's conference record to 5-13, while Denver South's record rose to 14-4.

Mountain Range squeaks past Denver North

On Monday, the Westminster Mountain Range Mustangs clashed with the Denver North Vikings at home. It was a squeaker: the Mountain Range Mustangs narrowly toppled the Denver North Vikings in a 2-1 victory. Although they lost, the Vikings recorded five hits to Mountain Range's three hits. The Denver North Vikings hit one home run to bring their total to three this year.

The win brought Mountain Range's record to 12-11, while Denver North's record fell to 16-7.

Denver South scores 10 runs, dominates Denver West

On Monday, May 13, the Denver South Rebels faced off against the Denver West Cowboys. Denver South's home field advantage paid off: they walked away with a 10-0 victory. The Rebels got 10 hits, while the Denver West Cowboys got four.

The win brought Denver South's conference record to 14-4, while Denver West's record fell to 5-13.

DSST: Stapleton scores 16 runs, dominates KIPP Denver Collegiate

Tuesday brought a new round of high school matchups, with the DSST: Stapleton Knights facing off against the KIPP Denver Collegiate Tigers. The Knights walked away with a victory, beating the KIPP Denver Collegiate Tigers soundly, 16-0.

The win brought DSST: Stapleton's conference record to 6-3, while KIPP Denver Collegiate's record fell to 1-8.

The Academy scores 10 runs, smothers KIPP Denver Collegiate

Also on Tuesday, the KIPP Denver Collegiate Tigers traveled to Westminster to face off against The Academy Wildcats. They drove home disappointed: the team fell to The Academy Wildcats in a frustrating 10-0 loss. The Academy Wildcats hit one home run, bringing their season total to six home runs.

The win brought The Academy's conference record to 7-2, while KIPP Denver Collegiate's record fell to 1-8.


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