Couldn't catch the local high school baseball games from last week?
Get caught up with our roundup of the latest boys varsity baseball results in and around Pittsburgh, powered by data from high school sports leader MaxPreps.
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Obama Academy of International Studies bests Ambridge
Monday brought a new round of high school contests, with the Ambridge Bridgers facing off against the Obama Academy of International Studies Eagles. The Obama Academy Eagles out-maneuvered the Ambridge Bridgers 7-5, to walk away with the success. The Ambridge Bridgers clocked nine hits, while the Eagles clocked 10. This continued a 12-game losing streak for the Bridgers, whose record fell again on Monday to 0-12. Obama Academy of International Studies' record is now 4-8.
Taylor Allderdice strikes out against Central Catholic
Also on Monday, the Taylor Allderdice Dragons visited the Central Catholic Vikings. They drove home disappointed: The team fell to the Vikings in a frustrating 3-7 loss. The Vikings added six hits, while the Dragons added four. The Dragons scored one home run, bringing their season total to two. The win brought Central Catholic's conference record to 3-6, while Taylor Allderdice's record fell to 1-6.
North Allegheny scores 12 runs, smothers Taylor Allderdice
On Tuesday, May 7, the Wexford North Allegheny Tigers traveled to Pittsburgh to face off against the Taylor Allderdice Dragons. The Tigers walked away with a 12-0 success. The Dragons recorded four hits, while the Tigers recorded 11. The Tigers hit one home run, their only home run this year. The loss brought Taylor Allderdice's conference record to 1-7, while North Allegheny's record rose to 8-2.
Trinity scores 6 runs, dominates Carrick
Also on Tuesday, the Washington Trinity Hillers traveled to Pittsburgh to face off against the Carrick Raiders. They drove home satisfied: The Hillers cinched a 6-0 victory. The Raiders added four hits, while the Hillers added 10. The Trinity Hillers scored one home run. The loss brought Carrick's conference record to 1-9, while Trinity's record rose to 6-6.
Bishop Canevin hangs on against Quigley Catholic
Tuesday also saw the Bishop Canevin Crusaders unseat Baden's Quigley Catholic Spartans by a score of 1-0 at home. The Crusaders got three hits, while the Spartans got two. The win brought Bishop Canevin's record to 8-7, while Quigley Catholic's record fell to 11-6.
Albert Gallatin prevails over Carrick
On Tuesday, the Carrick Raiders hosted the Uniontown Albert Gallatin Colonials. The Colonials ultimately outsmarted the Raiders in a 6-4 success. The Raiders clocked nine hits, while the Colonials clocked 12. The loss brought Carrick's conference record to 1-10, while Albert Gallatin's record rose to 5-7.
Aliquippa yields to Bishop Canevin
On Wednesday, the Bishop Canevin Crusaders hosted the Aliquippa Quips for a varsity face-off. The Crusaders blew the Quips out of the park in an impressive 16-1 win. This continues a nine-game losing streak for the Quips, whose record fell again this week to 0-9. Bishop Canevin's record became 6-5.
Seneca Valley squeaks past Central Catholic
The Harmony Seneca Valley Raiders beat the Central Catholic Vikings 3-2 at home on Wednesday. The win brought Seneca Valley's conference record to 5-5, while Central Catholic's record fell to 3-7.
Carrick strikes out against Chartiers Valley
The Bridgeville Chartiers Valley team traveled to Pittsburgh this week to face off against the Carrick Raiders on Thursday. The Chartiers Valley Colts walked away with a 3-0 win. The Raiders and the Colts recorded seven hits each. The loss brought Carrick's conference record to 1-11, while Chartiers Valley's record rose to 4-7.
Bishop Canevin strikes out against Our Lady of the Sacred Heart
Thursday also saw Coraopolis's Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Chargers out-hustle the Bishop Canevin Crusaders by a score of 11-1 at home. The Chargers had 12 hits, while the Crusaders had one. The win brought Our Lady of the Sacred Heart's record to 17-2, while Bishop Canevin's record fell to 9-8.
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