Spencer Juergens-Pitcher and Player of the Year
Juergens and Justin Horace-Infield
Mitchell Hammack-Utility Player
Class 3 and 4 State Track and Field competition at Lincoln University in Jefferson City. Several athletes from the local area are in the competition.
Washington Post 218/Daniel Boone-Rained out
"Bikes and Tykes" night at the ballpark is rescheduled for June 20th-Same time
Michael Morse doubled in the winning runs during a three-run eighth as the Giants topped the Cardinals 6-5 from Busch Stadium. Allen Craig hit a solo homer and knocked in two runs for St.
Bosnia-Herzegovina and Ivory Coast hit the turf at the Edward Jones Dome tomorrow in a tune up for the World Cup next month.
Washington Post 218 kicked off the season with an 8-3 win over Warrenton Post 122 at Ronsick Field last night.
Jacoby Ellsbury was 3-for-5 with two runs and three RBI as the Yankees topped the Cardinals 7-4 from Busch Stadium. Shelby Miller gave up all the runs in five innings for the setback.
Yadier Molina leads all National League catchers in the first return of All-Star fan votes.
The St. Louis Blues have signed forward Joakim Lindstrom to a one-year contract.
Class 2 Sectional
The KLPW Radio Athlete of the Week is Sophomore Lauren Gerlemann from New Haven High School.
Our nation's founders were well versed in the lessons of the history that preceded them. They knew of power's natural tendency to escalate into greater power.
So they included the Bill of Rights, based on the notion of individual self-determination.
Never talk about Sex, Religion or Politics.
Honey draws more flies than vinegar.
These adages seem to have gone by the wayside in today's world of the social-network connected.
Intolerance and groupthink are not the domain of a single party, candidate or ideology.