The latest high school baseball playoff results from around San Francisco

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By Hoodline - Published on May 21, 2019.

Couldn't catch the latest high-school baseball clashes in and around San Francisco?

Here are local boys' varsity baseball results from the past week, powered by data from premiere 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.)

The Bay School triumphes over Drew

On Tuesday, May 14, the Drew Dragons visited the Bay School Breakers in a playoff matchup. They went home empty-handed: the Drew Dragons lost to the Bay School Breakers by a score of 5-2. The Breakers had seven hits, while the Dragons had three.

The win brought The Bay School's record to 20-3-1, while Drew's record fell to 13-9.

Fremont Christian edges out Stuart Hall

Tuesday, the Fremont Christian Warriors hosted the Stuart Hall Knights for a varsity matchup. The Warriors snuck past the Knights for a 2-1 victory in a playoff game. Although they lost, the Stuart Hall Knights added three hits to Fremont Christian's two hits.

The win brought Fremont Christian's record to 22-6, while Stuart Hall's record fell to 12-11.

St. Vincent de Paul squeaks past University

Also on Tuesday, Petaluma's St. Vincent de Paul Mustangs toppled the University Red Devils by a score of 4-3. The Mustangs managed seven hits, while the Red Devils managed five.

The win brought St. Vincent de Paul's record to 21-5, while University's record fell to 10-12.

Athenian bests International

Tuesday also saw Danville's Athenian Owls topple the International Jaguars by a score of 7-2.

The win brought Athenian's record to 13-5, while International's record fell to 10-7.

Branson outsmarts Urban

The Urban team traveled to Ross this week to face off against the Branson Bulls on Tuesday in a playoff game. The Branson Bulls out-smarted the Urban Blues 5-3, to walk away with the win.

The win brought Branson's record to 8-12-1, while Urban's record fell to 8-8.

Sacred Heart Cathedral Preparatory hangs on against Aragon

On Wednesday, San Mateo's Aragon Dons fell to Sacred Heart Cathedral Preparatory Fightin' Irish by a score of 6-5 in a home playoff game. Although they lost, the Dons clocked nine hits, while the Irish clocked eight.

The loss brought Aragon's record to 19-6, while Sacred Heart Cathedral Preparatory's record rose to 17-12.

St. Ignatius unseats Live Oak

Wednesday also saw the Morgan Hill Live Oak Acorns confront the St. Ignatius Wildcats. The Wildcats ultimately out-maneuvered the Acorns 2-0 in a playoff game.

The loss brought Live Oak's record to 14-12, while St. Ignatius' record rose to 16-14.

San Francisco Waldorf snuffs out San Domenico

On Friday, the San Francisco Waldorf Wolverines toppled San Anselmo's San Domenico Panthers in a playoff game by a score of 5-3.

The win brought San Francisco Waldorf's record to 8-11, while San Domenico's record fell to 6-8.

Piedmont bests Lick-Wilmerding

Friday also saw the Piedmont Highlanders defeat the Lick-Wilmerding Tigers by a score of 7-1 in a playoff contest.

The win brought Piedmont's record to 16-8, while Lick-Wilmerding's record fell to 15-7.

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