Did you miss the last week in high school baseball?
We've got you covered with a roundup of recent local boys varsity baseball action in and around Long Beach, powered by data from high school sports source MaxPreps.
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Redondo Union conquers Woodrow Wilson
On Wednesday, May 1, the Woodrow Wilson Bruins traveled to Redondo Beach to face off against the Redondo Union Sea Hawks. They drove home disappointed: the Woodrow Wilson Bruins lost to the Sea Hawks by a score of 2-8. The win brought Redondo Union's record to 23-9, while Woodrow Wilson's record fell to 17-12-2.
Gardena scores 9 runs, dominates Rancho Dominguez
Thursday saw the Gardena Panthers out-hustle the Rancho Dominguez Lobos by a score of 9-2 at home. The Gardena Panthers had 14 hits, while the Rancho Dominguez Lobos had five. This continues an eight-game losing streak for the Lobos, whose record fell again this week to 0-8. Gardena's record rose to 2-7.
Desert Christian flounders against St. Anthony
On Friday, May 3, the St. Anthony Saints traveled to Lancaster to face off against the Desert Christian Knights. They drove home satisfied: the St. Anthony Saints cinched a 37-0 victory. The loss brought Desert Christian's record to 11-8, while St. Anthony's record rose to 13-12.
Rancho Dominguez flounders against Banning
On Monday, May 6, Wilmington's Banning Pilots traveled to Long Beach to face off against the Rancho Dominguez Lobos. The Pilots walked away with the win, beating the Rancho Dominguez Lobos soundly, 9-1. The Lobos managed five hits, while the Pilots managed 10. This continued a nine-game losing streak for the Rancho Dominguez Lobos, whose conference record fell again this week to 0-9. Banning's record rose to 5-4.
St. Anthony trounces Rowland
The St. Anthony Saints prevailed over Rowland Heights's Rowland Raiders 8-1 at home on Tuesday. The win brought St. Anthony's record to 14-12, while Rowland's record fell to 14-9.
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