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Published on May 28, 2019
Here's what's happening in Indianapolis high school softball this weekPhoto: iStock

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Catch up with Hoodline's roundup of high school softball scores from the Indianapolis area over 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.)

Eastern Hancock defeats Heritage Christian, scores playoff win

On Monday, May 20, the Charlottesville Eastern Hancock Royals cinched a playoff victory. They defeated the Heritage Christian Eagles by a score of 3-0 in Indianapolis. The Heritage Christian Eagles added two hits, while the Royals added six. The Royals hit one home run to bring their total to two this year.

The loss brought Heritage Christian's record to 7-11, while Eastern Hancock's record rose to 18-6-1.

New Palestine outsmarts Beech Grove to claim playoff victory

Also on Monday, the New Palestine Dragons cinched a playoff victory. They defeated the Beech Grove Hornets by a score of 21-1. The New Palestine Dragons added 12 hits, while the Hornets added two. The Dragons scored five home runs, bringing their season total to 56.

The win brought New Palestine's record to 25-3, while Beech Grove's record fell to 4-18.

Living Water Homeschool scores 23 runs, dominates Traders Point Christian

Also on Monday, the Living Water Homeschool Marlins defeated the Whitestown Traders Point Christian Knights by a score of 23-1. The Marlins hit one home run.

The Traders Point Christian Knights' record fell again on Monday to 0-9. Living Water Homeschool's record rose to 7-6.

Bethesda Christian smothers Tindley

Wednesday saw Brownsburg's Bethesda Christian Patriots topple the Tindley Tigers by a score of 14-0.

The Tindley Tigers' record fell again on Wednesday to 0-7. Bethesda Christian's record rose to 5-4.

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