Did you miss this week in high school softball?
Catch up with Hoodline's roundup of girls varsity softball results from Los Angeles, powered by data from premiere 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.)
Maywood Academy overwhelmed by Bravo
On Thursday, May 2, the Maywood Academy Nighthawks traveled to Los Angeles to face off against the Bravo Knights. They drove home disappointed: the Nighthawks fell to the Bravo Knights in a frustrating 5-19 loss. After this success, Bravo remained undefeated with a conference record of 9-0, while Maywood Academy's record fell to 2-8.
Faith Baptist strikes out against Redondo Union
Also on Thursday, the Redondo Beach Redondo Union Sea Hawks traveled to Canoga Park to face off against the Faith Baptist Contenders. It was worth the trip: the Sea Hawks cinched a 9-3 victory, scoring two home runs. The loss brought Faith Baptist's record to 12-8-1, while Redondo Union's record rose to 11-16.
Royal defeats Chaminade
The Simi Valley Royal Highlanders defeated the West Hills Chaminade Eagles 2-0 on Thursday. The Royal Highlanders added four hits, while the Chaminade Eagles added one. The Royal Highlanders hit one home run to bring their total to 22 this season. The win brought Royal's record to 19-7, while Chaminade's record fell to 12-9.
Wilson smothers Archer School for Girls
The Hacienda Heights Wilson Wildcats traveled to Los Angeles this week to face off against the Archer School for Girls Panthers on Thursday. The Wildcats walked away with a victory, beating the Panthers soundly, 13-2. The loss brought Archer School for Girls' record to 12-5, while Wilson's record rose to 13-12-1.
Serra yields to Campbell Hall
Thursday, the Gardena Serra Cavaliers hosted North Hollywood's Campbell Hall Vikings for a varsity face-off. The Vikings walked away with a 7-4 success. The loss brought Serra's record to 19-3, while Campbell Hall's record rose to 12-7-1.
Culver City edges out Mary Star of the Sea
Also on Thursday, San Pedro's Mary Star of the Sea Stars fell to the Culver City Centaurs by a score of 2-3 at home. The loss brought Mary Star of the Sea's record to 19-5, while Culver City's record rose to 17-10.
Birmingham yields to San Fernando
Thursday also saw Lake Balboa's Birmingham Patriots fall to the San Fernando Tigers by a score of 1-13 at home. The loss brought Birmingham's record to 17-12, while San Fernando's record rose to 22-5-1.
Sotomayor outmatched by Eagle Rock
On Thursday, May 2, the Sotomayor Wolves clashed with the Eagle Rock Eagles at home. The Eagles walked away with the 12-0 victory. The Wolves had three hits, while the Eagles had nine. After this win, Eagle Rock remained undefeated with a conference record of 10-0, while Sotomayor's record fell to 3-7.
San Fernando conquers Reseda
On Friday, May 3, the San Fernando Tigers unseated the Reseda Regents by a score of 17-0. After this success, San Fernando remained undefeated with a conference record of 12-0, while Reseda's record fell to 3-9.
View Park flattens Crenshaw
Also on Friday, the Crenshaw Cougars visited the View Park Knights. View Park's home field advantage paid off: they walked away with the 7-0 win. Following this win, View Park remained undefeated with a conference record of 10-0, while Crenshaw's record fell to 0-10.
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