High School Basketball-Thursday, March 6

Class 5 District 10 at Northwest High School...
Girls Championship-Washington 50 Lebanon 48. Paige Carpenter, Courtney Kedroski and Kyra Hardesty combined for 11 three pointers. Hardesty led the way in scoring with 19 points. Carpenter added 14 and Kedroski 12. Maggie Vaughn paced Lebanon with 18. Washington advances to the sectional with a 23-4 record. It's the first district title for the Lady Jays since 2004.
Boys Championship-Waynesville 60 Washington 54 in overtime. They were tied at 49 at the end of regulation, then the Tigers outscored the Jays 11-5 in the extra session. Juwan Morgan led Waynesville with 17 points. Ronnie Suggs scored 19 to lead Washington. The Jays end the season with a 16-11 record. Waynesville advances to the sectional with a 24-2 mark.

Class 4 District 9 at Borgia...
Girls Semifinals...
Borgia 67 Pacific 41. Megan Jensen poured in 31 points for the Lady Knights.
Sullivan 51 Owensville 46. Owensville Sophomore Hailey Diestelkamp reached one thousand points for her high school career.

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

6 days 17 hours ago

The KLPW Radio Athlete of the Week is State Champion Wrestler Dalton Voyles from Pacific High School. Dalton won the class 3 title at 182 pounds with a 6-2 decision over Zach Courtoise of Kearney Saturday at the University of Missouri-Columbia. It caps off a tremendous season for Dalton with a 56-2 record. Dalton, who is very good on his feet, took control early in the bout in securing the win over Courtoise.

OFF THE CUFF with Diane Jones

2 weeks 5 days ago

The balance of power in Congress may have changed hands, but the game of "budget chicken" is on again--albeit on a smaller scale.

OFF THE CUFF ARCHIVE

SPORTS CORNER

23 hours 11 min ago

Paul Stastny netted the game-winner with 5:40 to play to give the Blues a 2-1 win over the Oilers at Rexall Place. Dmitrij Jaskin found the back of the net as well and Brian Elliot had 21 saves. The victory was St. Louis's fourth straight on the road. Ben Scrivens gave up both goals on 27 shots for Edmonton, which has dropped five of its last seven. Justin Schultz scored the Oilers' lone goal in the loss.