By Joseph Kenny | email@example.com | twitter: @josephkenny2
Steve Bieser's coaching is built on four cornerstones. The first is faith — the core values of players, their integrity and the character they represent as well as self-worth, purpose and respect. Family, education and service are the others.
His record shows those cornerstones built a strong foundation.
Joseph Kenny | firstname.lastname@example.org | twitter: @josephkenny2
St. Vincent High School's players are having fun and serving the Lord while winning games early in the spring baseball season.
Behind a one-hit, 15-strikeout performance from Jordan Rellergert, St. Vincent won 4-1 March 28 against Crystal City, its third consecutive victory to open the season.
With six seniors providing leadership, "I couldn't ask for a whole lot more out of those guys," St. Vincent coach Tyler Search said, adding, "There's not a whole lot of holes (in the lineup). We just have to continue having quality at-bats."
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The CBC baseball team gave outgoing principal Brother David Poos a lovely parting gift June 6 at T.R. Hughes Ballpark.
The Missouri Class 5 title.
Brother David proudly carried the championship trophy from the field, through the stands and to the deck beyond the left-field corner where the Cadets, parents and supporters celebrated after CBC dispatched Staley High School of suburban Kansas City 17-5 for the state title.
"It's wonderful; pretty exciting," said Brother David, who might have contributed to the unexpected title-game onslaught with his prayers before the state games.