Here's what's happening in San Francisco high school baseball this week

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By Hoodline - Published on May 14, 2019.

Looking for the latest news on high school baseball? Here's our roundup of boys' varsity results from the San Francisco area this week, powered by data from high school sports leader 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.)

Lincoln scores 12 runs, cruises past Wallenberg

On Tuesday, May 7, the Lincoln Mustangs faced off against the Wallenberg Bulldogs at home. The Mustangs stomped the Bulldogs, with a resounding 12-1 win. The Mustangs scored two home runs, bringing their season total to four home runs. The win brought Lincoln's record to 13-14, while Wallenberg's record fell to 7-4.

Archbishop Riordan yields to Valley Christian

On Tuesday, May 7, San Jose's Valley Christian Warriors faced off against the Archbishop Riordan Crusaders at home. The Warriors walked away with a win, beating the Crusaders soundly, 12-1. Valley Christian got 11 hits, while Archbishop Riordan got four. The win brought Valley Christian's record to 26-4, while Archbishop Riordan's record fell to 6-21-1.

Serra outsmarts St. Ignatius

Tuesday also saw the San Mateo Serra Padres defeat the St. Ignatius Wildcats by a score of 3-1 at home. The Padres recorded eight hits, while the Wildcats recorded seven. The win brought Serra's record to 18-10, while St. Ignatius' record fell to 14-13.

The Bay School dominates San Francisco Waldorf

The San Francisco Waldorf Wolverines traveled this week to face off against the Bay School Breakers on Wednesday. The Breakers trampled the Wolverines in an impressive 6-2 victory. The win brought the Bay School's record to 17-3-1, while Waldorf's record fell to 7-11.

International scores 9 runs, overthrows Drew

Wednesday also saw the Drew Dragons battle the International Jaguars, who blew the Dragons out of the park in a decisive 9-3 success. The Dragons recorded three hits, while the Jaguars recorded seven. The Jaguars also scored one home run, bringing their total to 7 this season. The loss brought Drew's record to 13-8, while International's record rose to 10-5.

Lowell snuffs out Lincoln

Thursday brought a new round of high school contests, with the Lowell Cardinals clashing with the Lincoln Mustangs at home. The Cardinals wrangled a win from the visiting Mustangs, 4-2. The win brought Lowell's record to 20-6, while Lincoln's record fell to 13-15.

Washington sneaks past Mission

Thursday also saw the Mission Bears match up against the Washington Eagles at home. It was a squeaker: the Eagles just prevailed over the Bears, 1-0. The loss brought Mission's record to 13-14, while Washington's record rose to 12-15.

Urban flounders against Lick-Wilmerding

On Friday, the Lick-Wilmerding Tigers clashed with the Urban Blues at home. Lick-Wilmerding's home field advantage paid off: they walked away with a 5-1 success. The Tigers had six hits, while the Blues had four. The win brought Lick-Wilmerding's record to 15-6, while Urban's record fell to 8-7.

The Bay School dominates International

The International Jaguars traveled this week to face off against the Bay School Breakers on Friday. The Breakers walked away with the win, beating the Jaguars soundly, 15-6. The win brought the Bay School's record to 18-3-1, while International's record fell to 10-6.

St. Ignatius scores 10 runs, cruises past Burlingame

Saturday saw the Burlingame Panthers fall to the St. Ignatius Wildcats by a score of 10-0 at home. The Panthers managed four hits, while the Wildcats managed 11. The loss brought Burlingame's record to 13-10, while St. Ignatius' record rose to 15-13.

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