Editor Gabrielle Biondo firstname.lastname@example.org
Rams won MICDS Holiday Tournament championship game over Wildcats back in December, but Westminster returned the favor with a strong performance Friday night.
Metro League rivals staged two dynamite ballgames, with the host Wildcats claiming victory in both.
Rams get 20 points from Andrew Maddock, and 16 points from Cornell Johnston in 60-58 victory over Cadets in championship game of DC Wilcutt Tournament.
Bombers' and Rams' boys and girls will begin the night with double-dip at McDonnell, while No. 7 Ladue hopes to play giant-killer against No. 2 CBC.
The teams are participating in the 10-team shootout at De Smet Jesuit High School this weekend.
Thursday's district playoff opener was delayed for 50 minutes at the outset due to severe lightning storm. Once things got rolling, it was all Wildcats in a 28-0 victory over the Rams.
Although committed to play collegiately at Missouri State University next fall, recent Westminster grad Matheny was picked in the MLB draft by his father Mike Matheny's team, the St. Louis Cardinals.
Holst, the 2012 Suburban West Conference Player of the Year, has a scholarship offer from Texas A&M, but now has to decide if he wants to go pro, or play in college.
Wildcats jump on Lancers for seven runs in the first inning, then cruise to second straight state baseball championship.
Seven-run sixth inning gives Wildcats the chance to defend their state championship against league rival Lutheran South.
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