Pacific Post 402 defeated St. Clair June 22, 4-1.
The Union Post 297 Freshmen defeated Pacific June 23, 22-1.
JCC edged Union in Gateway Swimming and Diving League action Monday, June 20.
Washington Post 218 defeated Warrenton Post 122 in Junior Legion action Tuesday, June 21, at Rotary Recreational Complex - Ronsick Field.
Race Across America riders continued to arrive at Time Station 34 at Revolution Cycles in Washington Wednesday, June 22.
The SEMO Pirates defeated Washington Post 218 during Washington Wood Bat Invitational Tournament pool action Friday, June 17, at Rotary Recreational Complex - Ronsick Field.
Seven area high school baseball players have been honored by the Missouri High School Baseball Coaches Association.
Running away with the game in the final two innings, the Washington Post 218 Freshmen (18-2) defeated Pacific Post 402 Saturday, 11-0, in five…
Venturing across the Mississippi River, the Washington Post 218 Juniors came home with a doubleheader split Saturday against Fairview Heights, Ill.
Washington Post 218 Senior Legion Tournament
Visiting a longtime opponent Monday, the Pacific Swim Team stayed unbeaten with its third victory in a row.
Union scored first.
One team was polishing up on the way to the Washington Wood Bat Invitational semifinals.
Facing Warrenton Post 122 (6-5) in nonleague action Sunday, the St. Clair Post 347 Seniors (6-5) fell on the road Saturday, 18-6, in seven innings.
For five innings, it was a game.
There was good news and bad news Monday for the Washington Swim Team.
Closing out the Decatur, Ill., Tournament, the Union Post 297 Juniors split games Sunday.
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Home to an annual men’s fastpitch softball tournament since the 1960s, New Haven is drawing some of the region’s top squads June 25-26 for the…
Rallying late, O’Fallon defeated the Pacific Post 402 Seniors (3-3) at home Wednesday, 6-5.
Getting a complete game shutout from starting pitcher Dylan Hamlett, the Warrenton Post 122 Freshmen downed St. Clair Post 347 at home Sunday, 5-0.
Dave Scheer learned the “ins and outs” of baseball coaching from four managers he played for in college and semi-pro ball.
For six innings, it was a very festive atmosphere for the Washington Post 218 Seniors Friday at Rotary Recreational Complex - Ronsick Field.
Dropping their first game of the season, the Missouri Cyclones fell to the undefeated Midwest Chargers on the road Saturday, 35-26.
Traveling to Decatur, Ill., the Union Post 297 Juniors split games on the opening day of last weekend’s tournament.