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Catch up with Hoodline's roundup of high school baseball scores from the San Antonio area over this past week, powered by data from high school sports source MaxPreps.
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East Central defeats Johnson
On Thursday, May 9, the East Central Hornets visited the Johnson Jaguars. The East Central Hornets wrangled a victory from the Jaguars, 6-4. The loss brought Johnson's record to 27-7, while East Central's record rose to 26-7-1.
Westlake conquers South San Antonio
The South San Antonio Bobcats lost to Austin's Westlake Chaparrals 11-1 at home on Thursday. The loss brought South San Antonio's record to 17-16-1, while Westlake's record rose to 30-6-1.
Hays overwhelmed by Reagan
Also on Thursday, the Buda Hays Rebels traveled to San Antonio to face off against the Reagan Rattlers. They drove home disappointed: the team fell to the Reagan Rattlers in a frustrating 13-3 loss. The win brought Reagan's record to 30-5-1, while Hays' record fell to 25-10.
East Central outmatched by Johnson
On Friday, May 10, the Johnson Jaguars visited the East Central Hornets. The Jaguars trounced the Hornets in a resounding 12-0 win. The loss brought East Central's record to 26-8-1, while Johnson's record rose to 28-7.
Westlake edges out South San Antonio
Also on Friday, Austin's Westlake Chaparrals toppled the South San Antonio Bobcats by a score of 8-7 at home. The win brought Westlake's record to 31-6-1, while South San Antonio's record fell to 17-17-1.
Johnson bests East Central
On Saturday, May 11, the East Central Hornets visited the Johnson Jaguars. They drove home disappointed: the team fell to the Johnson Jaguars in a frustrating 1-3 loss. The win brought Johnson's record to 29-7, while East Central's record fell to 26-9-1.
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