By TOMMY REZAC
St. Joseph Post
Mother Nature has been a lot more cooperative this week (other than the wind), which has allowed for spring high school sports to go on fully, and Tuesday was certainly a busy day for our area high schools.
Lafayette 4 Savannah 0. The Irish are now 5-1. Brayden Luikart struck out 17.
Bishop LeBlond 6 West Platte 4. It’s the Eagles’ first win this year.
Mid-Buchanan 10 East Buchanan 7. The Dragons overcame a 5-0 deficit to win their home opener.
Northeast Nodaway 21 DeKalb 2
Maryville 20 West Harrison 3
Lawson 12 North Platte 2
Stewartsville-Osborn 13 North Nodaway 9. It was the first ever baseball game for the Stewartsville-Osborn program.
Platte Valley 7 East Atchison 1
South Holt 21 West Nodaway 0
Maryville 6 Lafayette 0
Pembroke Hill 5 Bishop LeBlond 1
Mid-Buchanan 9 East Kansas City 1. The Dragons are now 2-1 overall and 2-0 on their home field.
Also in girls’ soccer news, St. Joseph Central senior Greycie Bardo signed her national letter of intent to play soccer at Truman State, joining her sister Ashlynn on the team.
Savannah swept LeBlond in a dual, 9-0. Savannah competes in a tournament at Cameron on Wednesday.
The Bishop LeBlond boys and girls each took 2nd in the Cyclone relays.
The Stewartsville-Osborn girls placed 1st in the Riverside Relays.
The West Platte boys finished 1st in their first meet of the season.
The North Platte girls took 1st in their home track meet amongst 18 schools.
The Maryville boys took first at the Lathrop invitational. At that meet, West Nodaway’s Tyler Blay became the new school record holder in the 1600 meter race with a time of 4:40.
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