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Boys Volleyball, girls soccer start undefeated, boys lacrosse win Battle of 109

Weekly Sports Update March 25-31
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After their win against Eureka in the Battle of 109, seniors Cam Callaham and Sam Classen jump in celebration. The Lancers beat the Wildcats 8-4.

Baseball

The Lancers played against Troy Buchanan, losing 3-2 March 26 and Francis Howell North, winning 1-0 March 27. At the Midwest Classic Tournament, the Lancers finished 3rd with a 2-1 record. They beat Blue Springs South 4-1 on March 29 and lost against Fort Zumwalt West 8-2. In the 3rd place game against Summit, they won 5-0 with senior Paul Pratte throwing 7 scoreless innings. They will go on to play Parkway South April 1, Kirkwood on April 2 and April 3,  Raytown South April 6 and Tolton April 6.

 

Boys Lacrosse

The Lancers came out on top in the Battle of 109, beating Eureka 8-4. This week, the Lancers will face Parkway South April 2 and Parkway West April 5. 

 

Girls Lacrosse

The Lady Lancers lost their matchup against Parkway West 12-5. They will play four games this week, facing St. Joseph’s April1, Cor Jesu April 3 and traveling to Indiana to play Castle High School and Evansville Reitz Memorial High School April 6.

 

Girls Soccer

The Lady Lancers went 3-0, not conceding a single goal. Against Pattonville, they won 8-0. Senior Allie Kinner and junior Aubrey Sinn both scored braces in the win. Then they beat Parkway Central 4-0 and finished off the week with a 3-0 win over Oakville. The Lady Lancers have two games this week. They will face Parkway South April 1 at home at 4:30 p.m. Then they will face Lindbergh away, April 4. 

 

Boys Tennis

The Lancers currently have a record of 1-2, with two losses against Lindbergh, 9-0, and Parkway South, 3-6, on March 26 and 28. The team won 6-3 against Eureka. They have upcoming matches against Summit April 2, Webster Groves April 3, and Mexico April 4.

 

Boys Track

At the Marquette Invite, the Lancers finished 1st out of 15 teams. 1st place individual finishes were achieved by junior Robbie Preckel in javelin and sophomore Baron James in shot put. The Lancers will participate in the Northwest Invitational April 6.

 

Girls Track

Although the Lady Lancers did not place as a team at the Marquette Invite, there were a number of top finishers. First place finishes were achieved by senior Natalie Barnard in the 3200-meter, sophomore Sydney Berger in javelin and sophomore Chloe Tabb in the triple jump. A 4×800-meter relay team consisting of Barnard, juniors Avery Brown and Mizelle Groenwald and freshman Alexis Sandberg also placed 1st in their event. The Lady Lancers will also compete at the Northwest Invitational.

 

Boys Water Polo

The Lancers lost against last year’s State Champions Parkway Central, 14-7. The Lancers have a busy schedule this week. First they’ll face Lindbergh on the road, April 2. Then they will go to the Ladue Invitational and face Kirkwood, De Smet, Chaminade and Clayton.

 

Girls Water Polo

The Lady Lancers beat Ladue 19-4, March 27. The Lady Lancers will also face Lindbergh away, April 2. 

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