Philadelphia/ Sports
Published on May 21, 2019
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Couldn't catch the local high school baseball scores last week?

Get back in the game with our roundup of the latest boys varsity baseball results in and around Philadelphia, powered by data from high school sports source MaxPreps.

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Roman Catholic scores 12 runs, overthrows Archbishop Carroll

For an exciting start to the week, on Monday, Radnor's Archbishop Carroll Patriots hosted the Roman Catholic Cahillite for a varsity matchup. The Roman Catholic Cahillite walked away with a 12-2 win. The Archbishop Carroll Patriots recorded seven hits, while the Cahillite recorded 12. The Cahillite hitone home run to bring their total to 4 this season.

The loss brought Archbishop Carroll's conference record to 8-5, while Roman Catholic's record rose to 11-2.

Archbishop Ryan squeaks past La Salle College

Monday also saw Wyndmoor's La Salle College Explorers battle the Archbishop Ryan Raiders at home. The Archbishop Ryan Raiders snuck past the Explorers to claim a 1-0 victory. Although they lost, the La Salle College Explorers got seven hits, while Archbishop Ryan got four.

The loss brought La Salle College's conference record to 11-2, while Archbishop Ryan's record rose to 7-6.

Constitution scores 11 runs, cruises past Tacony Academy Charter

On Wednesday, the Tacony Academy Charter Lions visited the Constitution Generals. They drove home disappointed: the team fell to the Constitution Generals in a frustrating 11-0 loss. To add insult to injury, the Tacony Academy Charter Lions had zero hits all game, while the Generals had nine hits. The Constitution Generals hit one home run to bring their total to four this season.

The win brought Constitution's record to 13-3, while Tacony Academy Charter's record fell to 12-3-1.

Thomas A. Edison unseats George Washington

Also on Wednesday, the Thomas A. Edison Owls visited the George Washington Eagles. They drove home satisfied: the Owls cinched a 9-5 victory.

The loss brought George Washington's record to 6-9, while Thomas A. Edison's record rose to 12-2.

Springside Chestnut Hill Academy triumphes over Perkiomen

On Thursday, the Springside Chestnut Hill Academy Blue Devils traveled to Pennsburg to face off against the Perkiomen Panthers. The Springside Chestnut Hill Academy Blue Devils out-smarted the Panthers 11-4, to walk away with the win.

The loss brought Perkiomen's record to 7-4, while Springside Chestnut Hill Academy's record rose to 12-7.

Olney flattens Philadelphia Academy Charter

Friday saw the Olney Trojans defeat the Philadelphia Academy Charter boys team by a score of 11-1 at home.

The win brought Olney's record to 11-7, while Philadelphia Academy Charter's record fell to 10-4.

Frankford overthrows Prep Charter

Friday also saw the Frankford Pioneers defeat the Prep Charter boys team by a score of 21-0 in a playoff game.

The win brought Frankford's record to 14-3, while Prep Charter's record fell to 10-6.

Springside Chestnut Hill Academy prevails over William Penn Charter

On Friday, May 17, the Springside Chestnut Hill Academy Blue Devils faced off against the William Penn Charter Quakers. The Blue Devils ultimately beat the Quakers 5-0.

The win brought Springside Chestnut Hill Academy's conference record to 8-2, while William Penn Charter's record fell to 3-7.

Roman Catholic hangs on against Archbishop Carroll

Saturday brought a new round of high school contests, with the Roman Catholic Cahillite hosting the Radnor Archbishop Carroll Patriots in a playoff game. The Cahillite snuck past the Archbishop Carroll Patriots for a 5-4 win.

The win brought Roman Catholic's record to 13-6-1, while Archbishop Carroll's record fell to 16-8.

King's Christian scores 11 runs, strikes out New Foundations

Saturday also saw Cherry Hill's King's Christian boys team battle the New Foundations boys team at home in a playoff game. The King's Christian boys walked away with a win, beating the New Foundations team soundly, 11-1.

The win brought King's Christian's record to 20-11, while New Foundations' record fell to 9-5.

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