HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL WEDNESDAY-
GLENDALE 5 LEBANON 1
THE FALCONS AVENGED A MARCH 26TH DEFEAT AS THE TWO TEAMS CONCLUDED OZARK CONFERENCE PLAY AT DON PROVANCE FIELD…..CAIMON KUFAHL WENT THE DISTANCE ON THE HILL FOR GLENDALE, ALLOWING JUST TWO HITS WITH ELEVEN STRIKEOUTS…ZACK STEWART’S FOURTH INNING HOMER ACCOUNTED FOR THE ONLY YELLOWJACKET RUN..COACH DUSTIN YOUNG ON THE BATS GOING QUIET…
GLENDALE FINISHES SECOND IN THE O.C. AT 8-1 WHILE LHS WRAPS UP 5-4..THE REGULAR SEASON CONCLUDES THIS AFTERNOON FOR THE BLACK AND GOLD WITH A 4:30 CONTEST AT OLEY SCOTT FIELD AGAINST NIXA ON KBNN AM 750..
CONWAY 10 BUFFALO 2
WEST PLAINS 5 WAYNESVILLE 1
CAMDENTON 7 BRANSON 3
MARSHFIELD 14 REEDS SPRING 0
IBERIA 20 RICHLAND 0
WHEATLAND 9 MACKS CREEK 0
TROY 9 BLAIR OAKS 2
HOLLISTER 9 STRAFFORD 4
PLEASANT HOPE 9 SARCOXIE 4
DOUBLE A BASEBALL-
ARKANSAS 4 SPRINGFIELD CARDINALS 2
MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL-
MILWAUKEE 4 CARDINALS 1
The Cardinals held the Brewers in check before giving up three runs in the bottom of the eighth…. Ryan Helsley was tagged with the loss after allowing all three of those runs. Tyler O’Neill’s homer in the top half of the eighth for St. Louis..
The Redbirds four-game winning streak ended with the loss.. Manager Mike Shildt said they felt confident another comeback win was in the offing like the night before….
The three-game set wraps up today at Miller Park..Pre game coverage starts at 11:45 on Regional Radio…
DETROIT 4 KANSAS CITY 2
The Royals dropped their tenth straight, tying their longest skid since 2019. Danny Duffy struck out eight while allowing seven hits and four runs over six innings to pick up his third loss of the year.
KC had an early 2-run lead but failed to add-on…The Royals will try to salvage the final game of their three-game series with Detroit, when Daniel Lynch takes the mound this afternoon…
ST. LOUIS BLUES 4 MINNESOTA 0
Ville Husso stopped 31 shots for his first career shutout as the Blues blanked the Wild at the Enterprise Center. David Perron had a goal and two assists in the win. Ivan Barbashev, Jaden Schwartz, and Torey Krug also scored for the Blues, who have won two straight. St. Louis and Minnesota wrap up the regular season tonight at the Enterprise Center.