Pacific ended a big regular season with baseball victories over Windsor and Whitfield.

The Indians (18-3) won Wednesday at home over Windsor 10-8 and Thursday at Whitfield, 13-1.

Pacific is seeded fourth for the Class 4 District 4 Tournament. The Indians host fifth-seeded Marquette Saturday at 4 p.m.

The semifinals and championship games will be played Monday and Tuesday at Ballwin Athletic Association.

“Marquette is a good team. They’ve beaten Parkway South, Lafayette and Eureka, the top three seeds in our district,” said Pacific Head Coach Jeff Reed. “We’ll be in trouble if we don’t come ready to play.”

Windsor

Pacific collected 16 hits in a senior night win Wednesday over Windsor (11-15).

The Indians led 9-2 after three innings and 10-5 after six innings.

With the score 10-8, the game ended when Kyle Dean made a diving catch in left with the bases loaded.

“They would have taken the lead if that ball would have dropped,” Reed said.

Kyle Dean, Josh Moore and Hank Vandaveer (one double) each finished the game with three hits. Vandaveer and Moore also drew a walk. Moore had two RBIs. Dean scored two runs.

Ryan Jones, Tanner Brown (one double) and Zeth Boyer (one double) each added two hits. Jones and Boyer both scored two runs.

Nathan Bruns collected one hit and two RBIs. Andrew David walked and had two RBIs. Brandon Colter and Ryan Howell both scored a run.

“We had better approaches at the plate and the kids made better swings,” Reed said. “We got production up and down the lineup.”

Vandaveer pitched the first five innings for the win. He allowed five runs on eight hits with two walks and three strikeouts.

Boyer worked the final two frames for the save. He allowed three unearned runs on five hits with no walks and two strikeouts.

Whitfield

Pacific cruised to a five-inning win Thursday at Whitfield (5-13).

Bruns pitched all five innings for the win. He allowed one run on seven hits with no walks and six strikeouts.

“Nate did a good job. He pitched to contact and let our defense make plays,” Reed said. “We put up five runs in the first inning.”

Moore belted a home run, finishing the game with two hits and two runs.

Dean (one double) and Vandaveer also had two hits and two runs.

Josh Conley (double), Dalton Mathis, David, Bruns, Boyer and Brown each added one hit. David also walked twice, scored three runs and had two RBIs. Boyer and Conley had two RBIs. Bruns and Brown walked once.