The latest high school baseball results from in and around Virginia Beach

The latest high school baseball results from in and around Virginia Beach
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By Hoodline - Published on May 24, 2019.

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

Stay up to date with our roundup of recent boys varsity baseball results in and around Virginia Beach, 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.)

Salem unseats Kempsville

The Salem Sundevils toppled the Kempsville Chiefs 7-1 on Thursday. The Salem Sundevils bhit one home run.

After this victory, Salem remained undefeated with a conference record of 4-0, while Kempsville's record fell to 0-4.

Ocean Lakes edges out Tallwood

Also on Thursday, the Tallwood Lions visited the Ocean Lakes Dolphins. It was a close one: The Ocean Lakes Dolphins barely defeated the Tallwood Lions by a margin of one run, 7-6. Although they lost, the Tallwood Lions knocked around nine hits, while Tallwood tallied eight. The Dolphins hit one home run, adding to their total of three this year. The Lions also hit one home run of their own.

The win brought Ocean Lakes' conference record to 10-4, while Tallwood's record fell to 2-9.

First Colonial sneaks past Kellam

Thursday, the First Colonial Patriots hosted the Kellam Knights for a varsity matchup. The Patriots snuck past the Knights for a 6-5 victory.

The win brought First Colonial's conference record to 9-4, while Kellam's record fell to 9-2.

Princess Anne scores 11 runs, overthrows Suffolk Christian Academy

On Friday, May 17, the Suffolk Suffolk Christian Academy Knights traveled to Virginia Beach to face off against the Princess Anne Cavaliers. They drove home disappointed: The team fell to the Princess Anne Cavaliers in a frustrating 11-0 loss.

The win brought Princess Anne's record to 12-6, while Suffolk Christian Academy's record fell to 6-5.

Princess Anne edges out Salem

On Monday, May 20, the Princess Anne Cavaliers visited the Salem Sundevils. They drove home satisfied: The Princess Anne Cavaliers clinched a 7-6 victory. The Sundevils recorded nine hits, while the Cavaliers recorded 12.

The loss brought Salem's conference record to 4-1, while Princess Anne's record rose to 8-4.

First Colonial dominates Bayside

Monday also saw the Bayside Marlins lose to the First Colonial Patriots by a score of 13-3.

This continued a ten-game losing streak for the Marlins, whose record fell again this week to 0-10. First Colonial's record is now 10-4.

Cox hangs on against Kellam

The Kellam team traveled to Virginia Beach this week to face off against the Cox Falcons on Monday. It was a nail biter: The Cox Falcons barely snuffed out the Knights 5-4.

The win brought Cox's conference record to 13-2, while Kellam's record fell to 9-3.

Salem squeaks past Princess Anne

On Tuesday, the Princess Anne Cavaliers clashed with the Salem Sundevils at home. It was a nail biter: The Sundevils just out-smarted the Princess Anne Cavaliers in a 2-1 win. The Princess Anne Cavaliers recorded three hits, while the Sundevils knocked around four.

The loss brought Princess Anne's conference record to 8-5, while Salem's record rose to 5-1.

First Colonial strikes out Bayside

Also on Tuesday, the Bayside Marlins visited the First Colonial Patriots. First Colonial's home team advantage paid off: They walked away with the 12-2 victory.

This continues an eleven-game losing streak for the Bayside Marlins, whose record fell again this week to 0-11. First Colonial's record became 11-4.

Cox unseats Kellam

The Cox Falcons beat the Kellam Knights 3-1 at home on Tuesday.

The loss brought Kellam's conference record to 9-4, while Cox's record rose to 14-2.

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