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Check out Hoodline's roundup of high school baseball scores from around Orlando over this past week, powered by data from high school sports source MaxPreps.
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Evans overwhelmed by Edgewater
On Monday, the Edgewater Eagles unseated the Evans Trojans by a score of 10-3. This continues an eight-game losing streak for the Trojans, whose record fell to 0-16. Edgewater's record became 14-11.
Bishop Moore scores 7 runs, trounces Lake Highland Prep
On Tuesday, the Lake Highland Prep Highlanders lost to the Bishop Moore Hornets by a score of 7-3 at home. The loss brought Lake Highland Prep's record to 18-8, while Bishop Moore's record rose to 18-7.
The First Academy flattens Trinity Catholic
The First Academy team traveled to Ocala this week to face off against the Trinity Catholic Celtics on Tuesday. The First Academy Royals blew the Celtics out of the park in a resounding 6-0 win. The loss brought Trinity Catholic's record to 11-13, while The First Academy's record rose to 19-8.
Dr. Phillips scores 10 runs, flattens Lake Nona
On Wednesday, May 8, the Dr. Phillips Panthers clashed with the Lake Nona Lions at home. Dr. Phillips' home turf advantage paid off: it walked away with a 10-0 victory. The Dr. Phillips Panthers hit three home runs to bring their total to 22 this season. The win brought Dr. Phillips' record to 19-6, while Lake Nona's record fell to 14-10.
Boone squeaks past Cypress Creek
Also on Wednesday, the Cypress Creek Bears visited the Boone Braves. It was a squeaker: the Braves just triumphed over the Bears by a margin of one run, 1-0. The win brought Boone's record to 13-10, while Cypress Creek's record fell to 10-14-1.
Bishop Moore hangs on against Atlantic
On Thursday, Port Orange's Atlantic Sharks clashed with the Bishop Moore Hornets at home. It was a nail biter: the Hornets just prevailed over the Sharks, 1-0. The Hornets hit one home run, bringing their season total to two home runs. The loss brought Atlantic's record to 11-9, while Bishop Moore's record rose to 19-7.
Dr. Phillips scores 9 runs, flattens Boone
Friday saw the Dr. Phillips Panthers cruise by the Boone Braves by a score of 9-3 at home. The Dr. Phillips Panthers had three home runs to bring their total to 22 this year. The win brought Dr. Phillips' record to 19-7, while Boone's record is now 14-10.
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