Spring Break games: Clay County high school baseball scores for week 4

Tony Salazar

As other students enjoyed Spring Break, most of the high school baseball teams across Clay County played a full schedule of games. Listed below in alphabetical order are the records of each high school from March 13–17.

Clay High Blue Devils – 2-0

Clay High continued their stellar 2023 season with two wins in week four. Their first win of the week came Tuesday night against the Oakleaf Knights, 6-2 in a neutral site game at 121 Financial Ballpark. Their second win of the week was a 1-0 win at home Thursday night over the Arnold Marlins.

Fleming Island Golden Eagles – 2-0

The Golden Eagles continued to put wins in the record book for week four with two wins at home. Their first win was a 3-2 Tuesday night game at home against the Buchholz Bobcats. Their second win was a 6-0 victory over the Episcopal School of Jacksonville Wednesday night.

Middleburg Broncos – 0-3

The Broncos’ baseball team continues to struggle in the 2023 season. Their first game of the week was a mercy-rule loss Monday night against the Yulee Hornets, 11-0. Middleburg lost to the West Nassau Warriors 8-2 Wednesday night and the Bradford Tornadoes Thursday night, 6-2.

Oakleaf Knights – 1-1

Oakleaf started the week with a 4-2 win over the Episcopal School of Jacksonville at home Monday night. However, Oakleaf’s undefeated start came to an end at the hands of in-county rival Clay High Blue Devils Tuesday night at 121 Financial Stadium, 6-2.

Ridgeview Panthers – 3-0

The Panthers were busy with a tournament during their spring break. Their first two wins came on Tuesday. Their first win was a mercy-rule win against the Eustis Panthers, 14-0. Their second game was a 9-6 over the Menendez Falcons. Their final win of the week was a 5-1 victory over the Tocoi Creek Toros.

St. Johns Country Day Spartans – 1-0

St. Johns’ lone game of the week was a 5-1 win on the road against the Yulee Hornets Wednesday night.

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