Local High School Basketball-Saturday, January 18

Boys Basketball...
Washington Tournament...
Championship- St. Charles 57 Washington 37
Third Place-Borgia 63 Bayless 36
Consolation-Westminster 83 Howell Central 71
Seventh Place-St. Clair 61 Fort Zumwalt East 48
All Tournament Team
Casey Teson-St. Charles
Sam Kohrs-St. Charles
Ronnie Suggs-Washington
Walton Eckelkamp-Borgia
Shane Benes-Westminster
Damon Arnold-St. Clair

South Callaway Tournament...
Third Place-New Haven 39 North Callaway 31
Championship-Montgomery County 101 Harrisburg 87
All Tournament Selections include
Kyle Ruediger-New Haven
Craig Winkelmann-Hermann

Girls Basketball...
Union Tournament...
Championship-Eureka 49 Sullivan 46
Third Place-Borgia 51 St. Charles West 40
Consolation-Washington 44 Helias 32
Seventh Place-Union over College Prep by forfeit

South Callaway Tournament...
Third Place-New Haven 40 Russelville 27
Championship-Hermann 47 North Callaway 20
MVP-Jamie Gleeson-Hermann
The All Tournament Team includes
Karinne Lane-Hermann
Rachel Steinhoff-New Haven
Stephanie Gerling-New Haven

Washington took first place in the Route 141 Rumble


5 days 22 hours ago

The KLPW Radio Athlete of the Week is Senior Middle Blocker Amanda Vollmer of the Washington Blue Jays. She helped the team capture the championship of the 60th Annnual Hermann Tournament with a two set win over St. Francis Borgia last week. Amanda described the title win as the highlight of her high school career to this point. She will play volleyball at the University of Missouri-St. Louis, where she will study nursing.

OFF THE CUFF with Diane Jones

3 weeks 3 days ago

No matter how many years pass, few of us old enough to understand the scope of what happened on September 11, 2001 will ever forget those video images of planes flying through skyscrapers, which then crumbled into dust. Perhaps out of psychological necessity, we have distanced ourselves from the visceral emotions of that day.



1 day 39 min ago

Julio Teheran hurled six scoreless frames and the bullpen completed the shutout as the Braves blanked the Cardinals, 4-0 at Turner Field. Teheran scattered five hits and fanned six to improve to 11-and-8. Daniel Castro homered, tripled, and scored twice to lead Atlanta. Jaime Garcia gave up two runs over four frames to take the loss for St. Louis, which rested most of its regular starters.