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

Here's what's happening in Indianapolis high school baseball this weekPhoto: Unsplash
Published on May 23, 2019

Couldn't catch the latest high school baseball matchups in and around Indianapolis?

Here are boys varsity baseball scores from around the area from the past week, powered by data from 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.)

Cathedral edges out Indianapolis Bishop Chatard

On Wednesday, the Indianapolis Bishop Chatard Trojans visited Cathedral Fighting Irish. The Fighting Irish snuck past the Trojans to claim a 1-0 victory. 

This was the Fighting Irish's first conference game of the season, though their preseason nonconference record was an impressive 14-6.

University smothers Park Tudor

Wednesday also saw the Park Tudor Panthers fall to Carmel's University Trailblazers by a score of 13-3.

The loss brought Park Tudor's record to 8-11, while University's record rose to 14-10-1.

Center Grove outsmarts Lawrence North

Also on Wednesday, the Lawrence North Wildcats traveled to Greenwood to face off against the Center Grove Trojans. They drove home disappointed: The team fell to the Trojans in a frustrating 7-4 loss. The Trojans had 11 hits, while the Wildcats had six. The Trojans scored one home run to bring their total to 13 this year. It was an exciting game: The Wildcats scored a home run as well.

The win brought Center Grove's conference record to 13-1, while Lawrence North's record fell to 8-4.

Carmel prevails over Warren Central

On Wednesday, May 15, the Carmel Greyhounds clashed with the Warren Central Warriors at home. The Greyhounds out-hustled the Warren Central Warriors 6-2, to walk away with the win.

The win brought Carmel's conference record to 12-2, while Warren Central's record fell to 2-10.

Cathedral snuffs out Franklin Community

On Friday, the Franklin Franklin Community Grizzly Cubs traveled to Indianapolis to face off against Cathedral Fighting Irish. The Fighting Irish wrangled a victory from the visiting Fighting Irish, 9-3. The Fighting Irish had 10 hits, while the Grizzly Cubs had six.

The win brought Cathedral's nonconference record to 16-6, while Franklin Community's record fell to 13-10.

Southwestern overthrows Herron

Saturday brought a new round of high school matchups, with the Shelbyville Southwestern Spartans hosting the Herron Achaeans at home. The Spartans walked away with a victory, beating the Herron Achaeans soundly, 12-2.

The win brought Southwestern's record to 16-4, while Herron's record fell to 4-8.

University outsmarts Indianapolis Scecina Memorial

On Monday, the Indianapolis Scecina Memorial Crusaders clashed with Carmel's University Trailblazers at home. The Trailblazers wrangled a win from the Crusaders, 7-2. The Crusaders got five hits, while the Trailblazers had 11.

The loss brought Indianapolis Scecina Memorial's record to 13-13-1, while University's record rose to 15-10-1.

Indianapolis Lutheran unseats Hauser

Also on Monday, the Hope Hauser Jets traveled to Indianapolis to face off against Indianapolis Lutheran Saints. They drove home disappointed: The team fell to the Saints in a frustrating 12-7 loss. The Jets scored two home runs.

The win brought Indianapolis Lutheran's record to 7-11, while Hauser's record fell to 18-5.

Columbus North hangs on against Roncalli

Also on Monday, the Columbus Columbus North Bulldogs traveled to Indianapolis to face off against the Roncalli Rebels. They drove home satisfied: The Columbus North Bulldogs cinched a 5-4 victory.

The loss brought Roncalli's record to 11-8, while Columbus North's record rose to 21-7.

Indianapolis Cardinal Ritter flattens Ben Davis

Monday also saw the Indianapolis Cardinal Ritter Raiders defeat the Ben Davis Giants by a score of 10-0.

The win brought Indianapolis Cardinal Ritter's record to 14-7, while Ben Davis' record fell to 4-18.

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