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Tucson High Magnet School scores 4 runs, smothers Mountain Ridge
Wednesday saw the Tucson High Magnet School Badgers out-hustle the Glendale Mountain Ridge Mountain Lions by a score of 4-1. The Badgers had five hits, while the Mountain Lions had four. The Badgers scored one home run to bring their total to 41 this season. The win brought Tucson High Magnet School's record to 16-7, while Mountain Ridge's record fell to 5-14.
Globe scores 23 runs, flattens Desert Christian
The Globe Tigers out-maneuvered the Desert Christian Eagles 23-1 on Wednesday. The Globe Tigers had 10 hits, while the Eagles had three. The Globe Tigers scored one home run, bringing their season total to 28 home runs. The win brought Globe's conference record to 13-1, while Desert Christian's record fell to 8-6.
Gilbert edges out Desert View
Wednesday also saw the Gilbert Tigers clash with the Desert View Jaguars. It was a squeaker: the Tigers just out-maneuvered the Jaguars 4-3. The Gilbert Tigers added 12 hits, while the Desert View Jaguars added six. The win brought Gilbert's record to 15-7, while Desert View's record fell to 11-13.
Marana hangs on against Rincon/University
Also on Wednesday, the Marana Tigers toppled the Rincon/University Rangers by a score of 6-5. The Marana Tigers had 12 hits, while the Rangers had eight. The Rincon/University Rangers hit one home run, adding to their total of 15 this season. The win brought Marana's record to 13-10, while Rincon/University's record fell to 10-12.
Academy of Tucson flounders against Bisbee
Wednesday also saw the Academy of Tucson Lynx face off against the Bisbee Pumas at home. The Bisbee Pumas blew the Academy of Tucson Lynx out of the park in an impressive 13-3 win. The Academy of Tucson Lynx had one hit, while the Bisbee Pumas had 11. The loss brought Academy of Tucson's record to 7-11, while Bisbee's record rose to 7-15.
Sahuaro scores 12 runs, trounces Greenway
The Phoenix Greenway Demons fell to the Sahuaro Cougars 0-12 on Wednesday. The Demons had two hits, while the Sahuaro Cougars had 18. The Sahuaro Cougars scored two home runs to bring their total to two this year. The loss brought Greenway's record to 13-9, while Sahuaro's record rose to 8-14.
San Carlos edges out Santa Rita
On Thursday, April 25, the Santa Rita Eagles traveled to San Carlos to face off against the San Carlos Braves. They drove home disappointed: the team fell to the Braves in a frustrating 11-12 loss. The win brought San Carlos' conference record to 6-8, while Santa Rita's record fell to 2-12.
Empire scores 10 runs, overthrows Casteel
On Tuesday, the Queen Creek Casteel Colts traveled to Tucson to face off against the Empire Ravens. The Empire Ravens out-maneuvered the Colts in a resounding 10-6 success. The Empire Ravens scored two home runs to bring their total to 15 this year. The win brought Empire's record to 28-2, while Casteel's record fell to 22-6.
Sahuaro yields to Mingus
Tuesday also saw Cottonwood's Mingus Marauders topple the Sahuaro Cougars by a score of 9-1. The win brought Mingus' record to 24-7-1, while Sahuaro's record fell to 8-15.