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The latest high school softball results from around San Jose

The latest high school softball results from around San Jose
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By Hoodline - Published on May 15, 2019.

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Check out this roundup of high school softball scores from San Jose this past week, powered by data from premiere 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.)


Harker yields to Mercy

Tuesday saw the Burlingame Mercy Crusaders out-hustle the Harker Eagles by a score of 11-5 at home. The Mercy Crusaders had 11 hits, while the Eagles had three. The win brought Mercy's conference record to 13-1, while Harker's record fell to 4-8.

Santa Teresa outmatched by Silver Creek

Also on Tuesday, the Silver Creek Raiders unseated the Santa Teresa Saints by a score of 6-0. Although they lost, the Santa Teresa Saints had six hits to Silver Creek's five hits. The Raiders hit one home run to bring their total to eight this season. The win brought Silver Creek's conference record to 10-3, while Santa Teresa's record fell to 10-3.

Saint Francis scores 14 runs, cruises past Archbishop Mitty

On Wednesday, Mountain View's Saint Francis Lancers clashed with the Archbishop Mitty Monarchs. Saint Francis' home field advantage paid off: They walked away with the 14-4 success. The Lancers added 13 hits, while the Monarchs added five. The Lancers hit three home runs, adding to their total of 27 this season. The Monarchs hit three home runs as well. The win brought Saint Francis' record to 21-5-1, while Archbishop Mitty's record fell to 16-6.

Mt. Pleasant strikes out against Lincoln

Wednesday also saw the Mt. Pleasant Cardinals fall to the Lincoln Lions by a score of 2-21. The loss brought Mt. Pleasant's conference record to 3-9, while Lincoln's record rose to 12-1.

Live Oak strikes out against Piedmont Hills

Also on Wednesday, the Piedmont Hills Pirates out-hustled the Morgan Hill Live Oak Acorns by a score of 13-2 at home. The win brought Piedmont Hills' conference record to 10-3, while Live Oak's record fell to 11-3.

Saint Francis scores 7 runs, clobbers Presentation

On Thursday, the Presentation Panthers traveled to Mountain View to face off against the Saint Francis Lancers. They drove home empty-handed: The team fell to the Lancers in a frustrating 1-7 loss. The win brought Saint Francis' record to 22-5-1, while Presentation's record fell to 19-6.

Piedmont Hills prevails over Prospect

Also on Thursday, the Piedmont Hills Pirates defeated Saratoga's Prospect Panthers by a score of 6-4. Although they lost, the Panthers added eight hits to Piedmont Hills' seven hits. The win brought Piedmont Hills' conference record to 11-3, while Prospect's record fell to 9-5.

Santa Teresa scores 4 runs, flattens Oak Grove

Also on Thursday, the Santa Teresa Saints unseated the Oak Grove Eagles by a score of 4-1 at home. The Saints had 12 hits, while the Eagles had four. The win brought Santa Teresa's conference record to 11-3, while Oak Grove's record fell to 3-11.

Lincoln scores 21 runs, clobbers San Jose

On Friday, the Lincoln Lions clashed with the San Jose Bulldogs at home. The Lions blew the San Jose Bulldogs out of the park in a decisive 21-0 success. This continues a losing streak for the Bulldogs, whose record fell on Friday to 0-11. Lincoln's record rose to 13-1.

Hill tramples Yerba Buena

Also on Friday, the Yerba Buena Aztec Warriors visited the Hill Falcons. Hill's home field advantage paid off: they walked away with a 20-1 victory. The win brought Hill's conference record to 11-3, while Yerba Buena's record fell to 4-10.


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