Lindbergh Varsity Baseball

  • Overall Record: 12 - 12
  • Conference Record: N/A

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Oakville Edges Varsity Baseball 3-2

Tuesday, March 21, 2017 1:00 PM Lindbergh High School AWAY 2 Oakville Senior High School HOME 3 Game Recap The Lindbergh High School varsity baseball team fell to Oakville 3-2 on Tuesday, March 21. Lindbergh (2-2) will face Pattonville in the third place game of the Lindbergh-Mehlville Tournament on Wednesday, March 22 at Vianney High

Varsity Baseball Tops Webster Groves 12-4

Monday, March 20, 2017 1:00 PM Lindbergh High School AWAY 12 Webster Groves High School HOME 4 Game Recap The Lindbergh High School varsity baseball team topped Webster Groves 12-4 on Monday, March 20. Lindbergh (2-1) will take on Oakville on Tuesday, March 21 at LHS. First pitch is scheduled for 1 p.m. Box Scores

Varsity Baseball Blanks Saint Mary’s 7-0

Saturday, March 18, 2017 1:00 PM Saint Mary’s High School AWAY 0 Lindbergh High School HOME 7 Game Recap The Lindbergh High School varsity baseball team blanked St. Mary’s 7-0 on Saturday, March 18. Lindbergh (1-1) will take on Webster Groves on Monday, March 20 at LHS. First pitch is scheduled for 1 p.m. Box

Varsity Baseball Falls to Vianney in Extra Innings 5-2

Friday, March 17, 2017 4:00 PM St John Vianney High School AWAY 5 Lindbergh High School HOME 2 Game Recap The Lindbergh High School varsity baseball team dropped it’s season opener 5-2 to Vianney on Friday, March 17. Lindbergh (0-1) will take on St. Mary’s on Saturday, March 18 at LHS. First pitch is scheduled

Hutchison Earns Athlete of the Week Award

Lindbergh High School senior right-handed pitcher Blake Hutchison is this week’s insideSTL.com 590 The Fan High School Athlete of the Week. Hutchison tossed 4.0 scoreless innings, scattering three hits while striking out eight, as Lindbergh blanked St. Mary’s 7-0 Saturday, March 18. Click here to read the article.

Nine Student-Athletes Commit to College Play

Nine Lindbergh High School student-athletes committed to college teams on National Signing Day, Feb. 1. LHS Athletics Director Scott Luczak congratulated the seniors, who will represent three sports at seven Midwest institutions. Luczak said all of the Lindbergh athletes signing are great students as well, and applauded them on balancing high academic standards with excellent

LHS Athletics Offers Advertising Opportunities

Local businesses now have a winning opportunity to support Lindbergh High School athletics by purchasing banner advertisements in major competition areas such as the outdoor athletic complex, gymnasiums and pool area. Because the ads are being sold by Lindbergh Schools, all of the revenue goes directly to student programs (with the exception of printing costs).