Couldn't catch the latest high school baseball playoff clashes in and around San Diego?
Here are local boys varsity baseball postseason outcomes from the past week, powered by data from premiere high school sports source MaxPreps.
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Kearny outsmarts Escondido Charter
On Monday, the Kearny Komets defeated Escondido's Escondido Charter White Tigers by a score of 8-6 at home.
The win brought Kearny's record to 16-11-1, while Escondido Charter's record fell to 13-14-2.
Maranatha Christian triumphes over Kearny
Tuesday brought a new round of high school matchups, with the Maranatha Christian Eagles facing off against the Kearny Komets. The Eagles ultimately unseated the Kearny Komets in a 6-2 win. The Eagles hit one home run, bringing their season total to eight home runs.
The win brought Maranatha Christian's record to 19-9, while Kearny's record fell to 16-11-1.
Eastlake squeaks past Cathedral Catholic
On Wednesday, May 15, Cathedral Catholic Dons traveled to Chula Vista to face off against the Eastlake Titans. It was a nail biter: the Eastlake Titans just triumphed over Cathedral Catholic Dons in a 2-1 victory.
The win brought Eastlake's record to 24-4-1, while Cathedral Catholic's record fell to 17-14.
Point Loma outsmarts Otay Ranch
The Point Loma Pointers snuffed out Chula Vista's Otay Ranch Mustangs 6-1 at home on Wednesday.
The win brought Point Loma's record to 26-6-2, while Otay Ranch's record fell to 14-17-1.
Poway sneaks past Scripps Ranch
The Poway Titans out-hustled the Scripps Ranch Falcons 6-5 at home on Wednesday. The Poway Titans got 10 hits, while the Scripps Ranch Falcons got eight. The Scripps Ranch Falcons hit two home runs, bringing their season total to eight.
The win brought Poway's record to 25-5, while Scripps Ranch's record fell to 18-12-1.
Rancho Buena Vista edges out Patrick Henry
The Vista Rancho Buena Vista team traveled to San Diego this week to face off against the Patrick Henry Patriots on Wednesday. It was a nail biter: the Longhorns narrowly out-smarted the Patriots 4-3.
The loss brought Patrick Henry's record to 23-7-1, while Rancho Buena Vista's record rose to 15-16-1.
Classical Academy unseats Clairemont
Wednesday also saw the Escondido Classical Academy Caimans clash with the Clairemont Chieftains at home. The Caimans ultimately prevailed over the Clairemont Chieftains in a 9-4 victory.
The win brought Classical Academy's record to 28-4, while Clairemont's record fell to 18-14-1.
Patrick Henry outsmarts Serra
Friday brought a new round of high school contests, with the Patrick Henry Patriots clashing with the Serra Conquistadors. The Patrick Henry Patriots ultimately triumphed over the Serra Conquistadors in a 7-3 win.
The win brought Patrick Henry's record to 22-7-1, while Serra's record fell to 13-18.
Sage Creek edges out Point Loma
On Saturday, the Carlsbad Sage Creek Bobcats traveled to San Diego to face off against the Point Loma Pointers. They drove home satisfied: the Bobcats cinched a 7-6 victory. The Point Loma Pointers managed 10 hits, while the Bobcats managed 15.
The loss brought Point Loma's record to 24-6-2, while Sage Creek's record rose to 27-5.
Patrick Henry squeaks past Rancho Buena Vista
The Patrick Henry Patriots out-hustled Vista's Rancho Buena Vista Longhorns 3-2 at home on Saturday.
The win brought Patrick Henry's record to 23-7-1, while Rancho Buena Vista's record fell to 15-16-1.