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Showing no mercy

April 13, 2013

The Spartans baseball team ran onto their field before their Tuesday game against bitter rival Francis Howell, aiming to knock off the No. 2 team in the STLhighschoolsports.com large-schools rankings. Unfortunately for Central, Howell showed no mercy, but in the end MHSAA (Missouri High School Athletic As...

Finding their groove

April 2, 2013

The Spartans baseball team, which struggled to maintain a winning streak in its first week of games, came into the Midwest Classic with the will to win, and that’s exactly what they did, according to senior Roger Robinson. “We went 3-1 in the tournament,” Robinson said. “We beat Vianney, Glenb...

Baseball’s balancing act

March 27, 2013

The baseball balancing act continues, as they defeated Parkway North (3-1), who were ranked seventh in the STLhighschoolsports.com large-schools rankings by a score of 7-3 last Friday, but fell to Parkway South 6-2 the very next day. The Spartans record is now at 2-2, as they try to start a winning st...

Breaking even

March 22, 2013

After a sudden change of plans, during which the first baseball game was moved up three days, the Spartan baseball team struggled, falling 4-1 to Parkway Central. The Spartans struggled fielding, committing three errors, while Parkway Central committed none. Parkway scored two runs in three innings, ...

No break for baseball

March 13, 2013

With only a week away until their first game, the baseball team is making every practice count. With the weather inconsistent over the past week, sports teams have been forced to adjust accordingly. Senior Austin Pierce says that they’ve had to adjust their practices over break. “Since the weather hasn’t allow...

Back in full swing

March 6, 2013

Baseball is back, and this year, the boys baseball team, which was, according to STL Today, was the top ranked team in St. Louis last year, looks to improve on its 22-5 record and 1-1 record in the postseason before falling to St. Charles West in the playoffs. Last year, the baseball team lost two ga...

Playoff baseball approaches

May 9, 2012

With only one game left in the regular season, the Spartans prepare for its first district playoff game on Saturday. The Spartans, now ranked number one in St. Louis, will take on Hazelwood Central Wednesday night before heading to St. Charles West for districts on Saturday. The team’s difficult...

Baseball explodes on offense

May 5, 2012

The varsity baseball team picked up two major victories as the team defeated Francis Howell North and Union by the scores of 10-3 and 14-0, respectively. “Right now we’re swinging the bats well as a team,” Coach Ray Howard said. “And that’s always our goal.” Two major contributors on offense hav...

Trojans take down the Spartans

April 11, 2012

District play opened for the varsity baseball team with a loss as the Spartans fell to Troy by a score of 6-0. According to Coach Ray Howard, the team just did not come to play on Tuesday night. “We just didn’t seem like we could get things going and I don’t know if we were mentally ready to ...

Baseball overcomes two losses

April 3, 2012

Following a successful start in which the team won four of its first five games, the varsity baseball team lost two straight, including a 1-5 defeat at the hands of Vianney on Friday. “Friday we did not play as well as we could have played,” Coach Ray Howard said. “Saturday was more like we expected ...

Baseball gets off to hot start

March 28, 2012

While students spent their spring break on vacation or sleeping in, the varsity baseball team opened its season of March 19 with a 9-5 victory over Parkway Central. The team would win three more games against Parkway West, Parkway South, and Rockwood Summit, along with tying with Parking North in th...

Baseball prepares for season opener

March 7, 2012

The varsity baseball team opens its season on March 20 at Parkway West, but before it could prepare to participate in the Parkway round robin tournament, the team had to go through tryouts. “We just finished tryouts, and we’re gearing up for [our first game],” Coach Ray Howard said. While it is extreme...

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