St. Louis-1 67 St. Maurice 28St. Louis-1 finished the regular season with a win over St. Maurice 67-28. St. Louis-1 got off to a slow start in the 1st quarter as they led 11-8 after one period. We got good shots but we couldn’t get the ball to fall. The 2nd quarter St. Louis-1 would shoot the ball much better as they would lead 32-15 at half. We got much better looks at the basket and the ball started to fall. In the 2nd half, St. Louis-1 would continue to make their shots as they would pull away for an easy win. Our defense really stepped up in the 2nd half which would lead to some easy baskets. This was a good effort by us as we head into the Deanery tournament.Kyle Siefert 16Sam Giesting 12Alex Westerfeld 10Lane Oesterling 8Cooper Williams 5Mitchell Ertel 5Nathan Eckstein 4Sam Bedel 4Jayden Beal 3Coach Roger DietzSt. Louis-2 92 St. Teresa’s 35St. Louis-2 would end the regular season on a good notes as they would defeat St. Teresa’s 92-35. The first quarter was closely contested as St. Louis-2 would led 23-15. We didn’t do a good job defensively in the first quarter, so once we played better defense we were able to take control of the game. St. Louis-2 would continue is good play on both ends of the court and would come away with an easy win. We really played well and hopefully we can continue the good play heading into the deanery tournament next week.Charlie Prickel 20Evan Vogelsang 18Adam Cox 15Gus Cooper 11George Ritter 8Joey Gutzwiller 5Karson Macke 4Jacob Wuestefeld 3Tyler Kuntz 2Braydon Worthington 2Christian Anderson 2Coach Fuzz Springmeyer
It’s not the best news for the Indians, but such a setback obviously is better now than, say, during August or September. Rookie Yu Chang is listed as Lindor’s backup, but infielder Jose Ramirez has plenty of experience at shortstop. Related News MLB hot stove: Phillies acquire J.T. Realmuto from Marlins The timetable means the All-Star would likely miss opening day but would be ready for a return to action by mid-April at the latest. Indians shortstop Francisco Lindor strained his right calf muscle preparing for spring training and will be sidelined 7-9 weeks, according to mutliple reports.Lindor, 25, had the calf examined Wednesday at the Cleveland Clinic. MLB hot stove: Hal Steinbrenner talks Bryce Harper, Manny Machado An All-Star each of the past three seasons, Lindor hit 38 home runs and had 7.9 WAR last season.