Didn't catch the local high school softball games from last week?
Catch up with our roundup of the latest girls varsity softball results in and around Nashville, powered by data from premiere high school sports source MaxPreps.
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Martin Luther King Jr. Magnet cruises past Stratford
Martin Luther King Jr. Magnet team traveled to Nashville this week to face off against the Stratford Spartans on Tuesday. The Royals blew the Spartans out of the park in a decisive 13-0 win. After this victory, Martin Luther King Jr. Magnet remained undefeated with a conference record of 11-0, while Stratford's record fell to 4-4.
Hillwood triumphes over Pope John Paul II
Tuesday also saw the Hendersonville Pope John Paul II Knights lose to the Hillwood Hilltoppers by a score of 10-12. This continued a two-game losing streak for the Knights, whose record fell again this week to 0-4. Hillwood's record is now 18-2.
Harpeth Hall overwhelmed by Brentwood Academy
The Brentwood Academy Eagles toppled the Harpeth Hall Honeybears 15-0 at home on Tuesday.
St. Cecilia Academy flounders against Father Ryan
Tuesday also saw Father Ryan Fightin' Irish unseat the St. Cecilia Academy Scarabs by a score of 16-0 at home.
Lipscomb Academy yields to Donelson Christian Academy
Also on Tuesday, the Donelson Christian Academy Wildcats unseated the Lipscomb Academy Mustangs by a score of 6-1 at home. The win brought Donelson Christian Academy's record to 9-8, while Lipscomb Academy's record fell to 10-8.
Hillsboro tramples Glencliff
On Wednesday, April 24, the Glencliff Colts lost to the Hillsboro Burros by a score of 3-18 at home. This continued a 10-game losing streak for the Glencliff Colts, whose record fell again this week to 0-10. Hillsboro's record is now 11-5.
McGavock scores 16 runs, flattens Hillwood
The Hillwood Hilltoppers lost to the McGavock Raiders 0-16 on Thursday. The Hillwood Hilltoppers added one hit, while the McGavock Raiders added seven. The Raiders scored one home run to bring their total to 5 this year. After this victory, McGavock remained undefeated with a conference record of 14-0, while Hillwood's record fell to 1-2.
Nolensville cruises past Martin Luther King Jr. Magnet
Also on Thursday, the Nolensville girls' team defeated Martin Luther King Jr. Magnet Royals by a score of 6-3. The win brought Nolensville's record to 14-10, while Martin Luther King Jr. Magnet's record fell to 14-8.
Hillwood scores 14 runs, conquers Antioch
Monday brought a new round of high school contests, with the Hillwood Hilltoppers hosting the Antioch Bears. The Hillwood Hilltoppers walked away with the win, beating the Antioch Bears soundly, 14-4. The Hillwood Hilltoppers hit one home run, adding to their total of five this year. The win brought Hillwood's conference record to 14-2, while Antioch's record fell to 6-11.
Donelson Christian Academy scores 8 runs, cruises past Ezell-Harding Christian
Monday also saw the Donelson Christian Academy Wildcats clash with the Antioch Ezell-Harding Christian Eagles. The Wildcats dominated the Ezell-Harding Christian Eagles in a decisive 8-2 victory. The Wildcats scored one home run, adding to their total of seven this year. The win brought Donelson Christian Academy's record to 10-8, while Ezell-Harding Christian's record fell to 2-12.
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