Couldn't catch the latest high school battles?
Catch up with this roundup of high school baseball scores from in and around Long Beach this past week, powered by data from premiere high school sports source MaxPreps.
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Banning scores 11 runs, dominates Rancho Dominguez
Wednesday brought a new round of high school contests, with the Wilmington Banning Pilots facing off against the Rancho Dominguez Lobos in a playoff game. Banning's home turf advantage paid off: they walked away with an 11-1 victory. The Banning Pilots hit one home run, bringing their season total to three home runs.
This continues a 10-game conference losing streak for the Rancho Dominguez Lobos, whose record fell to 6-15 overall. Banning's record became 6-4 in the conference.
St. Anthony snuffs out Faith Baptist
On Friday, May 10, the Canoga Park Faith Baptist Contenders fell to the St. Anthony Saints in a playoff game by a score of 6-0 at home. The Faith Baptist Contenders had four hits, while the St. Anthony Saints had eight.
The loss brought Faith Baptist's record to 18-2, while St. Anthony's record rose to 15-13.
Rio Hondo Prep triumphes over St. Anthony
On Tuesday, May 14, the St. Anthony Saints clashed with the Arcadia Rio Hondo Prep Kares. The Kares out-maneuvered the Saints 8-5, to walk away with the playoff win. The Kares scored one home run.
The loss brought St. Anthony's record to 15-13, while Rio Hondo Prep's record rose to 17-7.
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