Philadelphia/ Sports
Published on May 15, 2019
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Didn't catch the local high school softball matchups from last week?

Stay up to date with our roundup of the latest girls varsity softball results in and around Philadelphia, 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.)


Bristol scores 23 runs, trounces MAST Community Charter

Tuesday saw the MAST Community Charter Panthers fall to the Bristol Warriors by a score of 3-23 at home. Following this win, Bristol raised its conference record to 11-1, while MAST Community Charter's record fell to 3-12.

Germantown Academy overwhelmed by William Penn Charter

Also on Tuesday, the William Penn Charter Quakers toppled Fort Washington's Germantown Academy Patriots by a score of 8-0.

New Foundations strikes out against Doane Academy

On Tuesday, Burlington's Doane Academy girls team and hosted the New Foundations girls team. The Doane Academy team walked away with a win, beating New Foundations soundly, 13-2. The Doane Academy team hit one home run, adding to their total of 13 this year.

Constitution scores 15 runs, clobbers Swenson Arts & Tech

Wednesday brought a new round of high school competitions, with the Swenson Arts & Tech Lion clashing with the Constitution Generals. The Generals blew the Swenson Arts & Tech Lion out of the park in an impressive 15-0 success. The Swenson Arts & Tech Lion added two hits, while the Generals added nine. The loss brought Swenson Arts & Tech's record to 8-5, while Constitution's record rose to 13-1.

Calvary Christian Academy triumphes over Bristol

The Calvary Christian Academy team traveled to Bristol this week to face off against the Bristol Warriors on Wednesday. The Calvary Christian Academy Cougars wrangled a success from the Warriors, 4-2. The loss brought Bristol's conference record to 12-2, while Calvary Christian Academy's record rose to 5-2.

Nazareth Academy triumphes over Archbishop Ryan

Wednesday also saw the Archbishop Ryan Raiders lose to the Nazareth Academy girls team by a score of 8-10. The Nazareth Academy girls hit one home run. The loss brought Archbishop Ryan's record to 8-5, while Nazareth Academy's record rose to 14-2.

Prep Charter yields to Philadelphia Academy Charter

Friday, the Philadelphia Academy Charter girls team hosted the Prep Charter girls team for a varsity face-off. Philadelphia Academy Charter walked away with the victory, beating Prep Charter soundly, 14-1. The win brought Philadelphia Academy Charter's record to 11-2, while Prep Charter's record fell to 7-3.

William Penn Charter scores 3 runs, cruises past Baldwin

Also on Friday, the Bryn Mawr Baldwin Bears lost to the William Penn Charter Quakers by a score of 0-3. The Bears had two hits, while the William Penn Charter Quakers had five. Following this win, William Penn Charter remained undefeated with a conference record of 5-0, while Baldwin's record fell to 1-4.

Arts Academy at Benjamin Rush scores 12 runs, trounces Roxborough

Also on Friday, the Roxborough Indians visited the Arts Academy at Benjamin Rush Knights. They drove home disappointed: the Roxborough Indians lost to the Knights by a score of 1-12. The Knights hit one home run, bringing their season total to 10 home runs. The win brought Arts Academy at Benjamin Rush's record to 10-2, while Roxborough's record fell to 6-7.

Academy-Notre Dame De Namur overwhelmed by William Penn Charter

On Saturday, May 11, Villanova's Academy-Notre Dame De Namur girls team lost to the William Penn Charter Quakers by a score of 3-7. The Quakers scored one home run. After this win, William Penn Charter remained undefeated with a conference record of 5-0, while Academy-Notre Dame De Namur's record fell to 2-2.


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