Local High School Sports-Wednesday, April 9

Pacific beat Borgia 14-8 at Borgia High School. The Indians banged out 12 hits including home runs from James Howie and Ryan Howell and two doubles from Hank Vandaveer. Tyler Straatmann, Noah Brocato and Lane Smith chipped in with two hits apiece. Justin Baylard went deep for the Knights. Austin Muich was the winning pitcher in relief and Evan Ayers suffered the loss. Pacific improves to 4-2 while the Knights drop to 6-3.
Fort Zumwalt East 7 Washington 2 at Ronsick Field
Warrenton 4 Orchard Farm 3 on a walk off hit by Hunter Russel.
Union 7 North County 6. Nick Eads with a walk off single to win it.

At Birch Creek. Sullivan 163, Pacific 181, St. James 202. Cullen VanLeer of Pacific was the medalist with a 37
At The Bluffs. Borgia 162, Duchesne 182 Lutheran-St. Charles 175. Clayton Voss of Borgia earned the medal with a 35 for his round

Girls Soccer...
Windsor Tournament...
Washington 2 Windsor 0. Brianna Pagan and Halee Nurnberger scored for the Jays.
Union 4 Pacific 1. Bethany Coons, Karlie Peth and Natalie Helling all scored for the Wildcats.
Sullivan 10 North County 3. Aley Lucas led the way with three goals and Skylar Evans added two.

Boys Volleyball...
Duchesne defeated Borgia in straight sets 25-19 25-16


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The KLPW Radio Athlete of the Week is Sophomore Cross Country Runner Mikayla Reed from Washington High School. Mikayla has already accumulated a lost list of accomplishments in the first couple of years of her high school career. As a Freshman, she was fifth in the 3200 Meter Run at the state track and field championships and had the third fastest time ever by a Freshman. Highlights this year in cross country include first place at the St.

OFF THE CUFF with Diane Jones

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John Lackey hurled seven-and-a-third frames of shutout ball to lift the Cardinals past the Cubs, 4-0, in Game One of their National League Division Series at Busch Stadium. Lackey struck out five batters and walked one to earn the win. Tommy Pham drilled a solo shot for the Cards, and Stephen Piscotty capped off the scoring with a two-run dinger. St. Louis now holds a 1-0 series lead.