Sacramento/ Sports
Published on May 20, 2019
Here's what's happening in Sacramento high school softball this weekPhoto: iStock

Couldn't catch the latest high school softball matchups in and around Sacramento?

Here are girls varsity softball results from around the area from the past week, 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.)

Folsom triumphes over McClatchy

Monday brought a new round of high school contests, with the Folsom Bulldogs clashing with the McClatchy Lions. The Bulldogs wrangled a victory from the visiting Bulldogs, 7-0. The Bulldogs added 13 hits, while the McClatchy Lions added one.

The win brought Folsom's record to 17-6, while McClatchy's record fell to 14-6-1.

West Campus scores 21 runs, dominates Galt

The Galt team traveled to Sacramento this week to face off against the West Campus girls team on Monday. West Campus' home team advantage paid off: They walked away with the 21-0 victory. The West Campus team scored two home runs, adding to their total of 25 this season.

The win brought West Campus' record to 16-6-1, while Galt's record fell to 8-12.

Rosemont outsmarts Christian Brothers

The Rosemont team traveled this week to face off against Christian Brothers Falcons on Monday. The Wolverines out-hustled Christian Brothers Falcons 8-0, to walk away with the victory. The Falcons had six hits, while the Rosemont Wolverines had 13. The Wolverines hit two home runs.

The loss brought Christian Brothers' record to 18-6-1, while Rosemont's record rose to 17-7.

Center dominates Natomas

Monday also saw the Antelope Center Cougars battle the Natomas Nighthawks. The Center Cougars walked away with a win, beating the Natomas Nighthawks soundly, 12-1.

The win brought Center's record to 13-4, while Natomas' record fell to 12-12.

Foresthill scores 17 runs, flattens Leroy Greene Academy

Also on Monday, the Foresthill Wildfires faced off against the Leroy Greene Academy Lions. Foresthill's home field advantage paid off: They walked away with the 17-1 win.

The win brought Foresthill's record to 11-4, while Leroy Greene Academy's record fell to 10-6.

Woodcreek edges out St. Francis

At another game on Monday, the Roseville Woodcreek Timberwolves traveled to Sacramento to face off against the St. Francis Troubadours. They drove home satisfied: The Timberwolves cinched a 14-13 victory. Although they lost, the St. Francis Troubadours had 21 hits, while Woodcreek had 17. The Troubadours scored two home runs, adding to their total of 14 this year.

The loss brought St. Francis' record to 17-11, while Woodcreek's record rose to 11-10.

Calaveras unseats West Campus

On Wednesday, the West Campus Warriors traveled to San Andreas to face off against the Calaveras girls team. They drove home disappointed: The team fell to Calaveras in a frustrating 9-4 loss. Although they lost, the West Campus Warriors added 10 hits to Calaveras' nine. The Calaveras girls scored one home run, bringing their season total to nine. It was an exciting game; the Warriors also scored a home run.

The win brought Calaveras' record to 20-3, while West Campus' record fell to 16-7-1.

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