Couldn't catch the local high school baseball matchups from last week?
Get caught up with our roundup of the latest boys varsity baseball results in and around Portland, powered by data from high school sports leader MaxPreps.
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Portland Christian/Columbia Christian flattens St. Paul
Thursday saw the St. Paul Buckaroos lose to the Portland Christian/Columbia Christian boys team by a score of 14-4 at home.
Grant smothers Madison
On Friday, May 10, the Grant Generals defeated the Madison Senators by a score of 18-0.
Following this victory, Grant remained undefeated with a conference record of 14-0, while Madison's record fell to 3-10.
Lincoln overthrows Benson Tech
Also on Friday, the Lincoln Cardinals visited the Benson Tech Techmen. It was worth the trip: the Lincoln Cardinals cinched a 16-0 victory.
This continued a 12-game losing streak in the conference for the Benson Tech Techmen, whose overall record fell to 0-19. Lincoln's record is now 12-2.
Wilson unseats Cleveland
The Wilson team traveled to Portland this week to face off against the Cleveland Warriors on Friday. The Wilson Trojans ultimately out-hustled the Cleveland Warriors in a 4-0 victory.
The loss brought Cleveland's conference record to 8-6, while Wilson's record rose to 10-4.
Central Catholic dominates Reynolds
The Central Catholic Rams out-smarted the Troutdale Reynolds Raiders 9-0 on Friday.
The Reynolds Raiders' record fell to 0-6. Central Catholic's record became 13-4.
West Salem outsmarts Lincoln
To start off the week, on Monday the Salem West Salem Titans out-maneuvered the Lincoln Cardinals by a score of 6-4 at home.
The win brought West Salem's record to 11-10, while Lincoln's record fell to 17-7.
Gresham squeaks past Cleveland
The Gresham Gophers bested the Cleveland Warriors 3-2 on Monday.
The win brought Gresham's record to 7-8-1, while Cleveland's record fell to 13-11.
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