High School Sports-Tuesday, April 8

Baseball...
Warrenton 4 Orchard Farm 2. Warrenton won it with two runs in the seventh inning. Ben Stephens was the winner.

Borgia 1 St. Dominic 0 in eight innings. Spencer Juergens pitched a complete game two hitter. Justin Horace finished with one hit and and run batted in. Tyler Wyatt suffered the loss.

Cuba 10 Hermann 1. Craig Winkelmann had two hits in the loss. Garrett Leimkuehler suffered the loss.

Golf...
Washington 149 Fort Zumwalt North 184. Brad Carpenter shot the low score of one under par at Wolf Hollow.

Union and Northwest at St. Clair for a triangle at Meramec Lakes. Northwest took first with St. Clair second and Union third.

Triangle at Loutre Shores-Hermann 152, Owensville 157 and Cuba 173.

Girls Soccer...
Windsor Tournament...
Union 4 Seckman 3 in overtime. Bethany Coons scored the hat trick. Kaila Aubuchon posted one goal and three assists.

Sullivan 3 Hillsboro 0. Emma Randolph, Aley Lucas and Skylar Evans all found the back of the net for the Eagles

St. Clair 10 Belle 0

St. Dominic 2 Borgia 0

JV Baseball...
St. Dominic 28 Borgia 4

JV Golf...
Washington 183 Fort Zumwalt North 232

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

6 days 18 hours ago

The KLPW Radio Athlete of the Week is Sullivan Senior Baseball Player Matt Foster. Matt pitched a no hitter against Union in a game at GCS Ballpark in Illinois Friday night. He struck out 13 batters and walked four while throwing 111 pitches. He also had one hit in the game. Matt is also very good with the bat. His .520 average and 14 runs batted in leads the team.

OFF THE CUFF with Diane Jones

3 days 14 hours ago

Early Thursday morning, I received news that vandals had broken in to St. Francis Borgia Grade School in Washington, causing extensive damage to several classrooms and offices. School was closed for the day as the Washington Police Department went about their business of securing what had changed from a school community to a crime scene overnight.

OFF THE CUFF ARCHIVE

SPORTS CORNER

1 day 34 min ago

Floyd Mayweather Jr., the 38-year-old with the baby face and the unblemished professional boxing record, beat Manny Pacquiao on Saturday night with a unanimous decision in what was considered the highest-grossing bout in history.