State Championship Golf

Checking the local results...
Class 4 at Rivercut in Springfield...
Washington golfer Brad Carpenter finished tied for 10th place with a two day total of 151. Teammate Colby Schuster tied for 18th with a 154.

Class 3 at Sedalia Country Club...
The Sullivan Eagles climbed to sixth place with a team score of 652. MICDS-Country Day won state with a 617. Sullivan results: Drew Armstrong-18th with a 156. Ryan Juergens-44th with a 164. Tyler Carrico-47th with a 165. Gavin Yociss-63rd with a 169 and Justin Biermann finished 74th wtih a 173.

Borgia sent two golfers to state: Clayton Voss tied for 58th with a two day total of 168 and Alex Rennick tied for 87th with a 181.

Brendan Jett-Kell of Pacific tied for 85th with a 179.

Ethan Luecke of Warrenton took third place with a 145.

Class 2 at Freemont Country Club in Nixa...
From Hermann, Austin Ruediger tied for 14th with a 159 and Collin Hart tied for 54th with a 173.


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The KLPW Radio Athlete of the Week is Senior Middle Blocker Amanda Vollmer of the Washington Blue Jays. She helped the team capture the championship of the 60th Annnual Hermann Tournament with a two set win over St. Francis Borgia last week. Amanda described the title win as the highlight of her high school career to this point. She will play volleyball at the University of Missouri-St. Louis, where she will study nursing.

OFF THE CUFF with Diane Jones

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Drew Lock threw two touchdown passes in his first career start, and Russell Hansbrough became the sixth 2,000-yard rusher of the Gary Pinkel era as Mizzou coasted to a 24-10 win over South Carolina on Saturday afternoon at Memorial Stadium. The win was the sixth straight game, going back to the Citrus Bowl win over Minnesota, that the Tigers have held their opponents to 21 or fewer points.