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Here's what's happening in New York City high school baseball this week

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By Hoodline - Published on May 31, 2019.

Did you miss this week in high school baseball?

Here’s your roundup of boys varsity baseball results from in and around New York City, 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.)


Fordham Prep sneaks past Archbishop Molloy

The Bronx Fordham Prep Rams prevailed over Queens's Archbishop Molloy Stanners 2-1 at home on Thursday. The loss brought Archbishop Molloy's record to 17-5, while Fordham Prep's record rose to 19-9.

Arts & Business snuffs out Van Buren

Also on Thursday, the Queens Village Van Buren Vee Bees traveled to Queens to face off against the Arts & Business boys' team. They drove home empty-handed: The team fell to the Arts & Business boys in a frustrating 4-1 loss.

The win brought Arts & Business' record to 11-2, while Van Buren's record fell to 5-9.

Grover Cleveland snuffs out Brooklyn Studio

On Friday, May 24, the Buffalo Grover Cleveland Presidents traveled to Brooklyn to face off against the Brooklyn Studio boys team. The Grover Cleveland Presidents out-smarted the Brooklyn Studio boys 3-1, to walk away with the win.

South Kortright Central overthrows Roxbury Central

Friday also saw the South Kortright Central Rams topple the Roxbury Central Rockets by a score of 16-1.

Following this win, South Kortright Central remained undefeated with a conference record of 2-0, while Roxbury Central's record fell to 1-1.

Maspeth bests Riverdale Kingsbridge Academy

Also on Friday, the Maspeth boys team traveled to Bronx to face off against the Riverdale Kingsbridge Academy boys team. It was worth the trip: Maspeth cinched a 3-0 victory.

Francis Lewis triumphs over Washington

Also on Friday, Fresh Meadows's Francis Lewis Patriots traveled to New York to face off against the Washington Trojans. The Patriots ultimately out-maneuvered the Trojans in a 7-3 victory.

The loss brought Washington's record to 12-3, while Francis Lewis' record rose to 12-5.

Christ the King unseats Monsignor Scanlan in playoff win

Also on Friday, Christ the King Royals clinched a playoff victory, defeating the Bronx Monsignor Scanlan Crusaders by a score of 7-6 at home.

The win brought Christ the King's record to 16-3, while Monsignor Scanlan's record fell to 7-6.

Monsignor Farrell squeaks past Cardinal Hayes

The Staten Island Monsignor Farrell team traveled to the Bronx this week to face off against the Hayes Cardinals on Friday. The Lions snuck past the Cardinals to claim a 4-3 win.

The loss brought Cardinal Hayes' record to 5-11-1, while Monsignor Farrell's record rose to 16-12.

Bishop Loughlin unseats LaSalle Academy, snags playoff win

Also on Friday, Brooklyn's Bishop Loughlin Lions clinched a playoff victory. They defeated New York's LaSalle Academy Cardinals 12-2 at home.

The win brought Bishop Loughlin's record to 9-4, while LaSalle Academy's record fell to 8-12.

Fordham Prep hangs on against Archbishop Molloy

The Bronx Fordham Prep team traveled to Queens this week to face off against the Archbishop Molloy Stanners on Saturday. It was a nail biter: The Rams barely beat the Archbishop Molloy Stanners by a margin of one run, 2-1.

The loss brought Archbishop Molloy's record to 17-6, while Fordham Prep's record rose to 20-9.


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