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High school sports scores in Greater Cincinnati from April 8 to April 14

BySamantha Johnson

Apr 9, 2024
High school sports scores in Greater Cincinnati from April 8 to April 14

The results provided below were reported by high school coaches or their representatives. If you have results to share, please send them each night to prepsports@enquirer.com. Team or athlete of the week nominations for the previous week’s performances should be submitted by Monday morning to mlaughman@enquirer.com.

In softball action on April 8th, Mount Notre Dame defeated St. Ursula 13-2 in six innings. The winning pitcher was Gildea (4-0), while Basil (5-2) took the loss. Notable performers included Hull with 3 hits and 3 RBIs for MND. In another game, Oak Hills beat Sycamore 9-5, with Szabo pitching the win.

Other softball results included Seton’s 14-3 win over Ursuline Academy, Badin’s 11-1 victory over Fenwick, Notre Dame’s 17-0 win over Holmes, and Rowan County’s 9-4 win over Dixie Heights.

On the baseball diamond, Northwest dominated Mount Healthy with a 28-3 win in which Smits pitched the victory. Key contributors for Northwest included Frey with 5 hits, 3 doubles, and 4 runs scored. Campbell County also had a big win, defeating Scott 20-5 in four innings.

Additional baseball results included Badin’s 10-0 win over Fenwick, Cincinnati Christian’s 2-1 victory over CHCA, and Walton-Verona’s 22-0 blowout over Cornerstone Christian. Boys tennis action saw Cincinnati Country Day blank Summit Country Day with a 5-0 win.

By Samantha Johnson

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