Did you miss the last week in high school softball?
We've got you covered with a roundup of recent local girls varsity softball action in and around Seattle, powered by data from premiere high school sports source MaxPreps.
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Garfield scores 17 runs, dominates Seattle Prep
Tuesday, the Garfield Bulldogs hosted the Seattle Prep Panthers for a varsity matchup. Garfield's home team advantage paid off: they walked away with the 17-0 victory. To add insult to injury, the Panthers had zero hits all game. The Bulldogs added 11 hits. The Bulldogs hit three home runs, adding to their total of 12 this season. After this success, Garfield remained undefeated with a conference record of 13-0, while Seattle Prep's record fell to 1-6.
Franklin overwhelmed by Bishop Blanchet
Tuesday, the Bishop Blanchet Braves hosted the Franklin Quakers for a varsity matchup. The Bishop Blanchet Braves triumphed over the Franklin Quakers in a decisive 17-0 success. The win brought Bishop Blanchet's record to 14-4, while Franklin's record fell to 0-14.
Cleveland strikes out against Eastside Catholic
Also on Tuesday, the Sammamish Eastside Catholic Crusaders traveled to Seattle to face off against the Cleveland Eagles. They drove home satisfied: the Eastside Catholic Crusaders cinched a 9-4 victory. The Eagles had six hits, while the Eastside Catholic Crusaders had 10. The loss brought Cleveland's record to 12-5, while Eastside Catholic's record rose to 9-5.
Garfield scores 12 runs, smothers Bishop Blanchet
On Wednesday, the Garfield Bulldogs faced off against the Bishop Blanchet Braves at home. The Bulldogs blew the Bishop Blanchet Braves out of the park in an impressive 12-1 success. The Bulldogs added 11 hits, while the Braves added two. The Garfield Bulldogs hit one home run to bring their total to 12 this season. After this win, Garfield remained undefeated with a conference record of 13-0, while Bishop Blanchet's record fell to 7-1.
Ballard outmatched by Roosevelt
The Roosevelt Roughriders out-hustled the Ballard Beavers 12-2 on Wednesday. The Roughriders added 11 hits, while the Beavers added five. The win brought Roosevelt's conference record to 4-1, while Ballard's record fell to 6-8.
Cleveland smothers Seattle Prep
The Seattle Prep Panthers lost to the Cleveland Eagles 3-10 on Thursday. The Eagles hit two home runs. The loss brought Seattle Prep's record to 4-13, while Cleveland's record rose to 12-5.
Eastside Catholic flounders against Bishop Blanchet
On Friday, May 3, Sammamish's Eastside Catholic Crusaders fell to the Bishop Blanchet Braves by a score of 0-11 at home. The loss brought Eastside Catholic's conference record to 2-3, while Bishop Blanchet's record rose to 7-1.
Garfield yields to Stadium
The Garfield team traveled to Tacoma this week to face off against the Stadium Tigers on Friday. The Tigers trampled the Bulldogs in a decisive 4-0 victory. The Stadium Tigers added 10 hits, while the Garfield Bulldogs added three. The Stadium Tigers scored two home runs, adding to their total of 10 this year. The win brought Stadium's record to 17-1, while Garfield's record fell to 20-2.
Montesano scores 16 runs, tramples Roosevelt
Saturday, the Montesano Bulldogs hosted the Roosevelt Roughriders for a varsity face-off. The Montesano Bulldogs walked away with the success, beating the Roosevelt Roughriders soundly, 16-5. The Montesano Bulldogs scored two home runs to bring their total to 19 this season. The win brought Montesano's record to 15-3, while Roosevelt's record fell to 11-6.
Montesano snuffs out Holy Names Academy
Also on Saturday, the Holy Names Academy girls' team traveled to Montesano to face off against the Montesano Bulldogs. The Montesano Bulldogs ultimately toppled the Holy Names Academy team 12-10. The Montesano Bulldogs and the Holy Names Academy team had 11 hits each. The Bulldogs hit one home run to bring their total to 19 this season. It was an exciting game; Holy Names Academy hit an additional home run as well. The win brought Montesano's record to 15-3, while Holy Names Academy's record fell to 12-8.
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