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Get caught up with our roundup of recent girls varsity softball results in and around Las Vegas, powered by data from premiere high school sports source MaxPreps.
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Shadow Ridge scores 12 runs, conquers Palo Verde
The Palo Verde team traveled to Las Vegas this week to face off against the Shadow Ridge Mustangs on Tuesday. Shadow Ridge's home-field advantage paid off: they walked away with a 12-1 victory. The Mustangs added 18 hits, while the Panthers added five. The Mustangs hit three home runs, adding to their total of 35 this season. The win brought Shadow Ridge's conference record to 5-1, while Palo Verde's record fell to 4-3.
Desert Pines flounders against Arbor View
Also on Tuesday, the Desert Pines Jaguars fell to the Arbor View Aggies by a score of 2-22 at home. The Desert Pines Jaguars had one hit, while the Aggies had six. The Aggies scored two home runs. This continued a 10-game losing streak for the Jaguars, whose record fell again on Tuesday to 0-10. Arbor View's record is now 9-2.
Legacy yields to Arbor View
Wednesday saw North Las Vegas' Legacy Longhorns lose to the Arbor View Aggies by a score of 1-21. The loss brought Legacy's conference record to 5-6, while Arbor View's record rose to 10-2.
Centennial scores 11 runs, conquers Palo Verde
On Thursday, the Palo Verde Panthers lost to the Centennial Bulldogs by a score of 0-11. Following this success, Centennial remained undefeated with a conference record of 13-0, while Palo Verde's record fell to 4-4.
Western yields to Pahrump Valley
Also on Thursday, the Western Warriors traveled to Pahrump to face off against the Pahrump Valley Trojans. They drove home empty-handed: the team fell to the Trojans in a frustrating 0-16 loss. After this win, Pahrump Valley remained undefeated with a conference record of 8-0, while Western's record fell to 2-8.
Cimarron-Memorial yields to Shadow Ridge
Also on Thursday, the Shadow Ridge Mustangs visited the Cimarron-Memorial Spartans. The Shadow Ridge Mustangs walked away with the victory, beating the Spartans soundly, 16-6. The Spartans had eight hits, while the Mustangs had 22. The Spartans hit one home run to bring their total to 13 this year. It was an exciting game; the Mustangs hit an additional home run as well. The loss brought Cimarron-Memorial's conference record to 6-6, while Shadow Ridge's record rose to 6-1.
Bonanza overwhelmed by Arbor View
The Bonanza Bengals traveled to Las Vegas this week to face off against the Arbor View Aggies on Thursday. Arbor View's home-turf advantage paid off: they walked away with a 17-0 success. The win brought Arbor View's conference record to 11-2, while Bonanza's record fell to 6-7.
Mojave flattens Democracy Prep Agassi Campus
Also on Thursday, the Democracy Prep Agassi Campus Blue Knights lost to North Las Vegas' Mojave Rattlers by a score of 3-20. This continued a 10-game losing streak for the Blue Knights, whose record fell again on Thursday to 0-10. Mojave's record is now 9-1.
Needles flattens Mountain View Christian
The Mountain View Christian team traveled to Needles this week to face off against the Needles Mustangs on Friday. The Needles Mustangs trounced the Mountain View Christian Saints in a decisive 17-2 victory. Following this win, Needles remained undefeated with a conference record of 6-0, while Mountain View Christian's record fell to 0-10.
Lincoln County scores 18 runs, dominates The Meadows School
The Meadows School Mustangs fell to the Panaca Lincoln County Lynx 2-18 at home on Friday. The loss brought The Meadows School's conference record to 6-3, while Lincoln County's record rose to 8-1.
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