Local High School Sports-Monday, September 30

The 58th Annual Hermann Tournament got underway with action from Pool A. Borgia finished undefeated at 6-0. Pacific was second at 4-2, followed by Washington at 2-4 and Montgomery County at 0-6. Borgia and Pacific advance to the semifinals Thursday with Washington playing in the consolation game. Montgomery is eliminated.
Sullivan beat Bourbon in straight sets
Dixon defeated St. James in two

Salem outscored St. Clair 18-10
Sullivan 6 De Soto 2. It is only the second time De Soto has lost this season
Wright City 8 Hermann 5
St. James 16 Bourbon 0
Linn Shut out New Haven 3-0
Owensville beat Cuba 6-4
Borgia topped Bishop DuBourg 14-9 to secure second place in the AAA Conference. Michaela Morhaus, Katelyn Gratza and Taylor Nadler all homered for Borgia.

Pacific shut out Sullivan 10-0
Hillsboro downed Union 3-1

Girls Golf...
Borgia took second in the AAA Conference Championships at the St. Peters Golf Club. Katie Eime medalled with an 84.

St. Clair Football Coach Cody McDowell and his wife are celebrating a new arrival. Hudson Ray McDowell weighed in at seven pounds-12 ounces and measured twenty and a half inches. Everyone is doing great!


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The KLPW Radio Athlete of the Week is Freshman Cross Country Runner Julia McIntyre from New Haven High School. Julia finished sixth in the state meet in Jefferson City with a time of 20:58.40 at the Oak Hills Golf Course in Jefferson City earlier this month. She helped her team to a 12th place finish. Julia was a straight A student at Franklin County R-2 and she continues to get A's in high school.

OFF THE CUFF with Diane Jones

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Football players strike. A university president resigns. Suddenly, the University of Missouri is in the eye of a media firestorm. Mizzou has now supplanted Ferguson as the hash tag known round the world.



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Alex Collins ran for 130 yards and three touchdowns as the Missouri Tigers fell to Arkansas, 28-3, Friday afternoon at Reynolds Razorback Stadium. The defense for Mizzou could have hardly started any better, as they allowed positive yardage on just one of Arkansas' first eight plays. In all, five of those eight plays went for negative yardage, including a Ricky Hatley sack to give the defense two three-and-outs to start the game.