Local High School Sports-Monday, April 28

Baseball...
Pacific improved to 10-2 overall and 6-0 in the Four Rivers Conference with a 9-3 win over Union Monday afternoon. Pacific jumped out to a 7-0 lead in the first inning with Hunter Finney blasting a two run homer. Hank Vandaveer and James Howie had two hits apiece and Noah Brocato finished with a hit and three batted in. Ryan Howell was the winning pitcher. Nick Schumaker had two hits for Union, now 5-9 and 3-3.
Elsewhere...
St. James 12 Owensville 2

Girls Soccer...
CYC Tournament-First Round...
Washington 4 Columbia 1. Halee Nurnberger scored twice for the Jays.
Union 7 Freeburg 0. Bethany Coons and Kalyn Bigley scored two goals apiece.
Other action...
Warrenton 3 Sullivan 0

Golf...
The Four Rivers Conference Golf Tournament was held at Meramec Lakes in St. Clair.
Sullivan took first with Pacific second and Owensville third.
It's the fifth Four Rivers Conference title and 15th tournament title of the school year for Sullivan athletics.

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

2 days 22 hours ago

The KLPW Radio Athlete of the Week is Washington Post 218 Junior Legion Baseball Player Adam Gauzy. As a pitcher, Adam has the most innings pitched on the staff with 46. His record is 6-0, he's given up 10 runs, three earned, for a staff low ERA of .450. Adam has struck out 53 batters while walking 11. At the plate, Adam is a switch hitter with an avarage of .315, an on-base percentage of .427 and a slugging percentage of .342.

OFF THE CUFF with Diane Jones

1 month 21 hours ago

There are few things more inspiring in life than watching an octogenarain with two hip replacements swimming a 200 yard race, or guys in their late 70's playing some pretty vigorous 3 on 3 basketball. A generation of baby boomers is learning that, while they can't reverse age, they certainly can embrace life!

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SPORTS CORNER

1 day 9 min ago

Former NFL head coach Tony Dungy is elaborating on his comments he made about the NFL's first openly-gay player.