Local High School Sports-Thursday, January 16

Boys Basketball...
Washington Tournament-Consolation Semifinals...
Westminster 63 St. Clair 33. Shane Benes scored 24 for the Wildcats while Reno Jones led St. Clair with 10.
Francis Howell Central 56 Fort Zumwalt East 36


Winfield 46 Warrenton 43

Girls Basketball...
Union Tournament-Championship Semifinals...
Eureka 52 Borgia 44. Jessica Moore scored 19 for Eureka. Borgia was paced by Megan Jensen with 14.
Sullivan held on for a 37-34 win over St. Charles West

South Callaway Tournament-Championship Semifinal
Hermann defeated New Haven 53-39 behind 16 points apiece from Karinne Lane and Jamie Gleeson. Rachel Steinhoff scored 13 for New Haven.
Consolation Semifinal...
New Bloomfield 56 Montgomery County 34

Warrenton Tournament-Consolation Final...
Warrenton held on for a 66-60 win over the St. Louis Patriettes.

Away from the tournaments...

Pacific 54 Cuba 33. Kya Hill drained 17 for Pacific and Shelby Whitaker 10 for Cuba

St. Clair knocked off Northwest 34-27

St. Clair 42 Sullivan 31
Park Hills 38 Sullivan 24

Pacific downed McCluer 42-19
Westminster beat Pacific 42-32

Washington topped Union 52-15. Individual highlight-Union's Dalton Kuenzil pinned Kyle Summers handing Summers his first loss of the season.


21 hours 21 min ago

The KLPW Radio Athlete of the Week is 6-7 Junior Center Alex Movila from St. Francis Borgia Regional High School in Washington. He scored a combined 61-points in three games of the Borgia/Pepsi Thanksgiving Tournament last week. Alex led the team in all three games with 21 against Fatima in the first round and 16 in the second round against Carnahan and 24 against North Tech in the Gold Championship game.

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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The Cardinals are adding depth at the catcher position. St. Louis signed Brayan Pena to be the backup to Yadier Molina. Pena got a two-year deal. Pena spent last season with Cincinnati and has a career .260 average with 23 total homers.