The latest high school baseball results from around San Jose

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By Hoodline - Published on May 21, 2019.

Didn't catch the local high school baseball games from last week?

Stay up to date with our roundup of recent boys varsity baseball results in and around San Jose, powered by data from 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.)

Willow Glen unseats Ann Sobrato

On Wednesday, May 15, Morgan Hill's Ann Sobrato Bulldogs lost to the Willow Glen Rams by a score of 3-1. The Ann Sobrato Bulldogs added two hits, while the Rams added seven. The Rams scored one home run to bring their total to 3 this season.

The loss brought Ann Sobrato's record to 17-7, while Willow Glen's record rose to 12-16.

Leland snuffs out Gunn

On Wednesday, May 15, the Leland Chargers and clashed with Palo Alto's Gunn Titans at home. The Leland Chargers ultimately beat the Titans in a 5-0 win.

The win brought Leland's record to 19-7-2, while Gunn's record fell to 15-13.

Burlingame sneaks past Pioneer

Also on Wednesday, the Pioneer Mustangs traveled to Burlingame to face off against the Burlingame Panthers. They drove home empty-handed: the team fell to the Burlingame Panthers in a frustrating 1-0 loss. To add insult to injury, the Panthers had zero hits all game. The Mustangs added zero hits.

The win brought Burlingame's record to 13-12, while Pioneer's record fell to 14-14.

Branham squeaks past Salinas

On Wednesday, May 15, the Branham Bruins faced off against the Salinas Cowboys at home. The Bruins squeaked past the Salinas Cowboys to claim an 8-7 victory. The Branham Bruins hit one home run to bring their total to 10 this season.

The win brought Branham's record to 13-9-1, while Salinas' record fell to 15-13.

Mountain View unseats Santa Teresa

Also on Wednesday, the Mountain View Spartans traveled to San Jose to face off against the Santa Teresa Saints. It was worth the trip: the Spartans cinched an 8-1 victory. The Santa Teresa Saints had five hits, while the Mountain View Spartans had 13. The Mountain View Spartans scored one home run, adding to their total of 4 this season.

The loss brought Santa Teresa's record to 15-12, while Mountain View's record rose to 18-11-1.

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