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Here are boys varsity baseball outcomes from around the metro area from the past week, powered by data from high school sports source MaxPreps.
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Bel Air edges out Archbishop Curley
The Archbishop Curley team traveled to Bel Air this week to face off against the Bel Air Bobcats on Monday. It was a squeaker: the Bobcats barely out-smarted the Friars in a 5-4 win. The win brought Bel Air's record to 9-4 while Archbishop Curley's record fell to 7-12.
Forest Park flattens Dunbar
The Dunbar Poets lost to the Forest Park Foresters 12-9 on Monday. The loss brought Dunbar's record to 5-4 while Forest Park's record rose to 5-2.
Mergenthaler Vo-Tech flounders against Patterson
Also on Monday, the Mergenthaler Vo-Tech Mustangs fell to the Patterson Clippers by a score of 22-7. This continued a four-game losing streak for the Mustangs, whose record fell to 0-4. Patterson's record is now 9-3.
Indian Creek conquers St. Frances Academy
On Tuesday, the St. Frances Academy Panthers traveled to Crownsville to face off against Indian Creek. The Indian Creek boys walked away with a victory, beating the Panthers soundly, 10-0. This continues a three-game losing streak for the St. Frances Academy Panthers, whose record fell to 0-3. Indian Creek's record rose to 10-2.
City College squeaks past Poly
On Wednesday, May 1, the Poly Engineers visited the City College Black Knights. The Black Knights snuck past the Engineers to claim a 10-9 win. Following this win, City College remained undefeated with a conference record of 11-0 while Poly's record fell to 2-2.
Lewis edges out Carver Vo-Tech
The Lewis Falcons out-smarted the Carver Vo-Tech Bears 16-15 at home on Wednesday. The Falcons hit one home run to bring their total to four this year. This continues a four-game losing streak for the Bears, whose record fell to 0-4. Lewis' record rose to 5-1.
Gilman smothers Archbishop Curley
The Archbishop Curley Friars traveled to Baltimore this week to face off against the Gilman Greyhounds on Wednesday. The Greyhounds blew the Friars out of the park in an impressive 7-1 victory. The Friars hit one home run. The win brought Gilman's conference record to 7-2 while Archbishop Curley's record fell to 5-10.
Dunbar tramples Lewis
On Thursday, the Lewis Falcons visited the Dunbar Poets. They drove home empty-handed: the Falcons lost to the Dunbar Poets by a score of 23-13. The win brought Dunbar's conference record to 2-2 while Lewis' record fell to 5-2.
City College edges out Pikesville
Thursday also saw the City College Black Knights out-hustle the Pikesville Panthers by a score of 6-5 at home. After this victory, City College remained undefeated with a record of 16-0 while Pikesville's record fell to 12-3.
City College smothers Patterson
The City College Black Knights triumphed over the Patterson Clippers 11-3 on Friday. Following this win, City College remained undefeated with a conference record of 12-0 while Patterson's record fell to 10-4.