The latest high school softball results from in and around San Antonio

The latest high school softball results from in and around San Antonio
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By Hoodline - Published on May 02, 2019.

Didn't catch the local high school softball matchups from last week?

Get caught up with our roundup of the latest girls varsity softball results in and around San Antonio, 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.)

Holy Cross dominates Providence Catholic

On Thursday, the Providence Catholic Provets hosted the Holy Cross Knights for a varsity face-off. The Knights walked away with the 16-2 win. The Provets hit one home run, adding to their total of six this season. Following this win, Holy Cross remained undefeated with a conference record of 9-0, while Providence Catholic's record fell to 6-4.

Dripping Springs scores 7 runs, dominates Harlandale

Thursday also saw the Harlandale Indians confront the Dripping Springs Tigers at home. The Tigers walked away with a win, beating the Indians soundly, 7-0. The Indians added two hits, while the Dripping Springs Tigers added 13. The loss brought Harlandale's record to 16-16, while Dripping Springs' record rose to 34-2.

Warren edges out Reagan

Thursday also saw the Warren Warriors out-hustle the Reagan Rattlers by a score of 1-0. To add insult to injury, the Reagan Rattlers had zero hits all game and the Warriors had six hits. The win brought Warren's record to 22-4, while Reagan's record fell to 15-19.

Alamo Heights strikes out against Southwest

The Southwest team traveled to San Antonio this week to face off against the Alamo Heights Mules on Thursday. The Southwest Dragons walked away with an 11-0 success. The Alamo Heights Mules had two hits, while the Southwest Dragons had 10. The Dragons scored one home run, adding to their total of 1 this year. The loss brought Alamo Heights' record to 17-12, while Southwest's record rose to 33-6-1.

Holmes prevails over South San Antonio

On Thursday, the South San Antonio Bobcats hosted the Holmes Huskies for a varsity matchup. The Holmes Huskies ultimately defeated the South San Antonio Bobcats 3-1. The loss brought South San Antonio's record to 23-13, while Holmes' record rose to 23-5.

Burbank overwhelmed by Medina Valley

Thursday also saw Castroville's Medina Valley Panthers confront the Burbank Bulldogs at home. The Panthers walked away with the victory, beating the Burbank Bulldogs soundly, 14-1. The win brought Medina Valley's record to 32-2, while Burbank's record fell to 8-11.

Southwest scores 17 runs, tramples Alamo Heights

On Friday, April 26, the Southwest Dragons unseated the Alamo Heights Mules by a score of 17-0. The Southwest Dragons scored one home run to bring their total to 35 this year. The win brought Southwest's record to 33-6-1, while Alamo Heights' record fell to 17-12.

Johnson overwhelmed by Brennan

Friday also saw the Brennan Bears face off against the Johnson Jaguars at home. The Bears walked away with the win, beating the Johnson Jaguars soundly, 5-2. The win brought Brennan's record to 19-9, while Johnson's record fell to 23-14.

South San Antonio outmatched by Holmes

The South San Antonio team traveled to San Antonio this week to face off against the Holmes Huskies on Friday. The Huskies blew the South San Antonio Bobcats out of the park in a resounding 7-2 victory. The win brought Holmes' record to 23-5, while South San Antonio's record fell to 23-13.

Harlandale strikes out against Dripping Springs

Friday also saw the Dripping Springs Tigers confront the Harlandale Indians at home. Dripping Springs' home field advantage paid off: they walked away with a 12-2 win. The Tigers scored one home run, adding to their total of 23 this season. The win brought Dripping Springs' record to 34-2, while Harlandale's record fell to 16-16.

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