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Lindbergh Flyers baseball cruises to a 10-2 victory against Parkway South

Pitcher Evan Henson. Photo by Jessica Belle Kramer.

May 3, 2019

By Stephen Glover For the Call The Lindbergh Flyers cruised to a 10-2 victory over Parkway South last week behind the two-run performance of starting pitcher Evan Henson. The win for the Flyers (10-9) marked Lindbergh’s fourth win in its last seven games. “I thought it was a good win for us,” Lindberg...

Former Bayless coach is inducted into Amateur Hall of Fame as a player

Former Bayless coach is inducted into Amateur Hall of Fame as a player

April 17, 2019

Former centerfielder for the University of Missouri-St. Louis, Thom Tusinski, was inducted into the Greater St. Louis Amateur Baseball Hall of Fame April 18. Tusinski helped lead UMSL to two consecutive Baseball College World Series in 1972 and 1973. He was named MVP of Division II Regional Finals and was selected as part of the Al...

On the prowl for a win, Panthers seize it from Hazelwood Hawks

Mehlville shortstop Christian Harvey forces Oakville runner Joey Giunta at second base in the early innings of a 5-0 Oakville win last Thursday evening. Photo by Bill Milligan.

April 11, 2019

By Stephen Glover For the Call After losing four of its last five games, the Mehlville High Panthers baseball team was on the prowl for a win against Hazelwood Central last week. The Panthers (5-5) got their prey and then some as they belted out nine runs on eight hits in a 9-1 pounding of the Hawks ...

Flyers started out strong in 2019, now seeking next winning streak

Pitcher Evan Henson is pictured above in Lindbergh’s win at the district championship last year. Photo by Jessica Belle Kramer.

April 11, 2019

By Stephen Glover For the Call  After jumping out to a 6-1 start in the 2019 campaign, a loss last week for the Lindbergh baseball Flyers (6-4) marked a three-game losing streak. Despite holding Marquette scoreless for five later innings April 3, a four-run outburst by the Mustangs in the first inning ...

Oakville earns solid win against Francis Howell, looks to Eureka

Oakville’s Hunter Iffland slides home safely as Mehlville catcher Carmen Fuller awaits the throw from his defense in a March 2019 game. Photo by Bill Milligan.

April 10, 2019

By Stephen Glover For the Call Oakville Tigers baseball broke a three-game losing streak with a 2-1 win at home against Francis Howell last week, behind a solid eight-inning performance by starting pitcher James Whitman. The win for Oakville (5-8) inches the Tigers one step closer to the .500 mark, ...

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