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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 23, 2019.

Did you miss this week in high school baseball?

Check out our roundup of boys varsity baseball results from in and around New York City, 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.)


Grand Street Campus overthrows Midwood

On Wednesday, May 15, Brooklyn's Grand Street Campus Wolves hosted Brooklyn's Midwood Hornets. Grand Street Campus' home field advantage paid off: They walked away with a 12-1 win.

Following this victory, Grand Street Campus remained undefeated with a conference record of 3-0, while Midwood's record fell to 2-2.

Fort Hamilton prevails over New Dorp

On Wednesday, May 15, Brooklyn's Fort Hamilton Tigers and hosted Staten Island's New Dorp Central Cougars at home. The Tigers ultimately beat the New Dorp Central Cougars 5-0.

The win brought Fort Hamilton's record to 11-3, while New Dorp's record fell to 8-3.

Archbishop Molloy sneaks past St. Francis Prep

Also on Wednesday, the Queens Archbishop Molloy Stanners traveled to Fresh Meadows to face off against the St. Francis Prep Terriers. They drove home satisfied: The Archbishop Molloy Stanners cinched a 4-3 victory.

After this victory, Archbishop Molloy remained undefeated with a conference record of 10-0, while St. Francis Prep's record fell to 3-5.

Monsignor Farrell hangs on against St. Joseph-by-the-Sea

Also on Wednesday, Staten Island's Monsignor Farrell Lions toppled St. Joseph-by-the-Sea Vikings by a score of 3-2.

St. Joseph-by-the-Sea smothers Monsignor Farrell

Thursday saw Staten Island's Monsignor Farrell Lions fall to Staten Island's St. Joseph-by-the-Sea Vikings by a score of 11-0 at home.

Bishop Loughlin outsmarts LaSalle Academy

Thursday also saw Brooklyn's Bishop Loughlin Lions out-hustle New York's LaSalle Academy Cardinals by a score of 10-2.

The win brought Bishop Loughlin's conference record to 8-1, while LaSalle Academy's record fell to 8-5.

Archbishop Molloy squeaks past St. Peter's

On Friday, the Queens Archbishop Molloy Stanners traveled to Staten Island to face off against the St. Peter's Eagles. It was a close one: The Archbishop Molloy Stanners narrowly triumphed over the St. Peter's Eagles by a margin of one runs, 2-1.

The loss brought St. Peter's' record to 7-10-1, while Archbishop Molloy's record rose to 15-4.

All Hallows triumphes over Monsignor Farrell, scores playoff win

On Saturday, May 18, Bronx's All Hallows Gaels cinched a playoff victory, defeating the Staten Island Monsignor Farrell Lions by a score of 10-7. The Gaels scored one home run.

The loss brought Monsignor Farrell's record to 14-10, while All Hallows' record rose to 17-6.

Archbishop Molloy defeats All Hallows in playoff win

On Monday, Queens's Archbishop Molloy Stanners cinched a playoff victory, defeating the Bronx All Hallows Gaels by a score of 10-5 at home. The Gaels hit one home run.

The win brought Archbishop Molloy's record to 16-4, while All Hallows' record fell to 17-7.

Fordham Prep snags playoff win against Iona Prep

Also on Monday, the Bronx Fordham Prep Rams cinched a playoff victory. They defeated New Rochelle's Iona Prep Gaels by a score of 3-1 in New Rochelle. The Rams scored one home run.

The loss brought Iona Prep's record to 19-4, while Fordham Prep's record rose to 16-9.


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