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Whenever the Tigers needed a boost, Navin provided it. She hit five home runs with 47 RBI, and Of her 56 hits from 103 at-bats, half were extr…

Hit a team-best .506, 11 homers, 33 RBI and a 1.04 slugging percentage. The Indiana recruit had twenty-four walks and only four strikeouts in …

The Kentucky Wesleyan recruit finished with a .431 batting average and fanned only twice in 125 plate appearances.

  • By Ken Roberts | kroberts@post-dispatch.com

Whenever pitcher Alexis Silkwood stepped into the circle this spring, there was a very good possibility she would pitch a shutout, hurl a no-h…

Was 14-1 with 0.92 ERA and had two homers and 21 RBI. Committed to Bradley.

Was 15-1 with a 1.22 ERA and hit .408, four homers and 28 RBI. Committed to Eastern Illinois.

One of the main reasons the Hornettes won the Class 2A state championship, Ingram fanned 25, only walked three and had at least one strikeout …

The Wisconsin recruit had team highs in home runs (9), RBI (50), stolen bases (14) and slugging percentage (.854). Oswald ended with 53 hits, …

Led her team in average (.520), homers (8), RBI (35) and slugging percentage (.949).

Led team in RBI with 28 and hit .383.

Fanned just five times in 100 plate appearances and hit .414.

Batted a team-best .517 with two homers, 27 RBI and fanned only once in 137 plate appearances.

Harre hit .537 with six homers, 60 RBI and finished with 58 hits, 35 for extra bases. She had a key two-run double in a 5-2 championship game …

Had nine homers, 49 RBI and a .531 batting average with a 1.03 slugging percentage.

Led team in RBI with 47 and hit .403.

Bobrowski hit .398 with 34 RBI. She struck out just seven times in 129 plate appearances and provided timely hitting for the Tigers.

The talented youngster was five-for-six at the plate at the two-day state tournament. Pelker went four-for-four in the championship game with …

Led the area in batting average (.549) and steals (47).

Hit .407 with three homers, 28 RBI and a .775 slugging percentage.

The leadoff hitter made the Panthers go. Ralphs hit a team-best .447 and had a .521 on-base percentage with a .563 slugging percentage.

Led the Meteors in average (.480), homers (2) and RBI (27).

Batted .376 with a homer and 23 RBI.

Second in the area in steals (46), the speedster set the table for the Lancers. Fields batted .443 with a .475 on-base percentage and a .513 s…

The Tennessee-Martin signee hit .415 with 10 stolen bases.

Hit .396 and struck out only three times in 124 plate appearances.

Roessler batted .402 with two homers, 23 RBI and ended with a .448 on-base percentage. She struck out only three times in 112 plate appearances.

Batted .529 with five homers, 33 RBI and had a .900 slugging percentage.

Finished with a .913 slugging percentage and a .452 batting average — both tops.

Left-handed swinger hit .430 with five homers, 32 RBI and a .763 slugging percentage.

Bailey set a school career record for home runs and ended with seven and 36 RBI for the season. She had a .779 slugging percentage and a .476 …

Hit .465 with three homers, 39 RBI and 10 steals.

  • By Brett Auten | STLhighschoolsports.com

Charlotte Martin was the driving force behind the John Burroughs girls lacrosse team’s perfect run.

  • By Brett Auten | STLhighschoolsports.com

Chris Hiemenz is a bargain shopper's dream.

An academic all-American, Roskamp was the primary weapon for Parkway West's final four team. The Ohio Wesleyan recruit finished the regular se…

An all-America selection and the state's second-leading scorer with 87 points, Place will play Division I lacrosse at Marquette. The shifty pl…

The left-handed scoring machine finished his career with 136 goals plus a final four and two state championship appearances.

An all-American that led the state with 92 points, Bundy will play MCLA lacrosse at Arizona University. Bundy also is known for his tenacity i…

The go-to player for the Division II state champions, Schloss was a do-it-all attacker for the Falcons and will return next year as a top play…

A Marquette recruit, McFarland was the state's most electric one-on-one attacker. He could finish from anywhere or light it up with his outsid…

The Statesmen speedster lit it up between the boxes with 32 goals and 11 assists.

A deadly shooter, Leritz led the MSLA Division I in goals by a midfielder with 35. Leritz was named first team all-state.

The Red Devils’ top player led the program to another final four and a 13-5 season. An old-school midfielder, Anthon's work ethic separated hi…

An old-school work horse, Catsavis won over 70-percent of his face-offs, and his 134 ground balls were the most by any midfielder this year. C…

The 6-foot-4, 205-pound bruiser was the only junior offensive player selected to the MSLA's All-State first team. Next year Morehead will anch…

A highlight reel player, Rommel could shoot with both hands on the run better than anyone. He finished the regular season with 21 goals.

The Rams’ top shut-down man has committed to Jacksonville. He will, however, have one more year to help Ladue secure a playoff berth.

The SLUH star is the only junior all-America selection and undoubtedly will be one of the top players in the Midwest next year.

The bull of the Red Devils' defense, Hull is a multi-year all-state performer.

Jedlicka earned all-America honors and was the rock on SLUH's No. 1-ranked defense.

Cannon finished his SLUH career with a state title. The Marquette recruit and team captain was a first team all-state selection and scooped up…