Did you miss the last week in high school softball?
We've got you covered with a roundup of the latest local girls varsity softball action in and around Stockton, powered by data from high school sports leader MaxPreps.
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Bear Creek sneaks past Turlock
First off this week, on Monday, the Bear Creek Bruins hosted the Turlock Bulldogs for a varsity face-off. The Bear Creek Bruins hung on against the Bulldogs for a 1-0 win.
The win brought Bear Creek's record to 25-3, while Turlock's record fell to 17-9.
Stone Ridge Christian scores 17 runs, dominates Aspire Langston Hughes Academy
Monday also saw the Merced Stone Ridge Christian Knights confront the Aspire Langston Hughes Academy Titans. Stone Ridge Christian's home team advantage paid off: it walked away with a 17-0 win.
The win brought Stone Ridge Christian's record to 20-7, while Aspire Langston Hughes Academy's record fell to 8-12-1.
Yuba City scores 14 runs, smothers Stagg
Also on Monday, the Stagg Delta Kings traveled to Yuba City to face off against the Yuba City Honkers. They drove home empty-handed: the Delta Kings lost to the Honkers by a score of 14-0. The Honkers hit one home run, bringing their season total to nine home runs.
The win brought Yuba City's record to 14-3-2, while Stagg's record fell to 12-10-1.
Argonaut flattens Ben Holt College Prep Academy
Monday, the Ben Holt College Prep Academy Bobcats hosted the Jackson Argonaut Mustangs for a varsity face-off. The Argonaut Mustangs walked away with a 12-2 victory.
The loss brought Ben Holt College Prep Academy's record to 12-7, while Argonaut's record rose to 12-9.
Lincoln prevails over Cosumnes Oaks
Also on Monday, the Elk Grove Cosumnes Oaks Wolfpack lost to the Lincoln Trojans by a score of 12-10 at home.
The loss brought Cosumnes Oaks' record to 17-6-1, while Lincoln's record rose to 16-11.
Whitney scores 13 runs, cruises past Bear Creek
The Bear Creek team traveled to Rocklin this week to face off against the Whitney Wildcats on Wednesday. Whitney's home team advantage paid off: it walked away with a 13-3 win. The Whitney Wildcats hit one home run, bringing their season total to 18 home runs.
The win brought Whitney's record to 23-5, while Bear Creek's record fell to 25-4.
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