Local High School Basketball-Friday, February 14

Boys...
The Fort Zumwalt North Panthers forced several turnovers late in a 63-54 win over the Washington Blue Jays. The game was tight in the closing minutes but a few mistakes at mid-court turned into easy baskets for the Panthers as Washington fell to 12-8 overall and 5-1 in the GAC Central. Fort Zumwalt North improves to 13-8 and 4-2. Chaz Glotta led the Panthers with 27 points. Brad Carpenter hit seven three's and finished with 23. Ronnie Suggs followed with 20.

Elsewhere...

Fort Zumwalt South 70 Fort Zumwalt East 35. Zumwalt South and Washington are tied atop the conference standings at 5-1 and will face-off Tuesday night.

St. James 53 St. Clair 46

Warrenton/Winfield-Postponed

Pacific 46 Sullivan 37. It's career win number 300 for Pacific Coach John VanLeer.

Union 41 Owensville 36

Hermann 44 New Haven 42. With the game tied, the Shamrocks held the ball for a last shot, but Collin Hart stole the ball and hit the game winning shot.

Here's how the boys teams stand in the Four Rivers Conference...
Pacific is 5-0
Sullivan 4-1
St. James is 4-1
Hermann 3-2
St. Clair 2-3
New Haven 1-4
Union 1-4
Owensville 0-5

Girls...
Warrenton/Winfield-Postponed

Washington 54 Fort Zumwalt North 34 The Lady Jays are at the top of the GAC Central standings with a 5-0 record. Kyra Hardesty scored 17 and Paige Carpenter hit three three's and finished with 15

Saturday...
Boys Basketball...
St. James 52 New Haven 45 OT. Seth Schenck hit a 60-footer at the end of regulation to tie it up at 42. St. James outscored the Rocks 10-3 in the extra period.

AAA Conference Showcase...
Boys-Borgia 55 Lutheran-St. Charles 53 OT
Girls-Borgia 46 Cardinal Ritter 35

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

6 days 19 hours ago

The KLPW Radio Athlete of the Week is 6-3 Senior Guard Walton Eckelkamp of the St. Francis Borgia Basketball Team. Walton was the MVP of the Union Tournament last week. He scored 21 points in the championship leading Borgia to a 66-54 win over Columbia Rock Bridge. He hit four three's, dished out four assists and pulled down three rebounds.

OFF THE CUFF with Diane Jones

3 weeks 6 days ago

As Mizzou students return to campus from semester break, they will be experiencing some of the changes promised to Concerned Students 1950.

OFF THE CUFF ARCHIVE

SPORTS CORNER

20 hours 5 min ago

The Blues ripped off three goals in the second period as they blitzed the Wild, 4-1 at the Scottrade Center. Vladimir Tarasenko scored his 26th goal of the year to start the scoring, with Jori Lehtera and Paul Stastny each adding goals in the second. Troy Brouwer added a goal in the third for St. Louis. Matt Dumba scored the lone goal for Minnesota, which has lost 10 of its past 11 games.