The Cuba Lady Wildcats had a very good day on the Orchard Farm High School track in St. Charles last week. With 14 teams in the field, the CHS girls placed fourth overall in the Orchard Farm Varsity Invitational, scoring 53 points to tie with Oakville. The Montgomery County girls won the meet with 152.5 points scored.
Five Wildcat errors in the field led to seven unearned runs in a 9-3 conference baseball loss at Belle on Monday, April 15.
Cuba finished third in the Crocker Lions Invitational Golf Tournament that was held on Wednesday, April 17. In the three-team scramble, the Cuba Wildcats put together a 246 score to place third behind first-place School of the Osage (223) and second-place Iberia (228).
The Cuba Wildcats dropped a pair of road games last week before returning home to Paul Bryan Field, where they knocked off the Vienna Eagles in a Gasconade Valley Conference matchup.
Three CHS Lady Wildcats finished first in their respective field events to help the Cuba girls take fourth place overall in the Cuba High School Invitational Track Meet held at the Field of Pride on Thursday, April 11.