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SALEM - The Salem Boys and Girls golf teams will host St Anthony this afternoon at Salem Country Club. 

Nashville won the Rocket Invitational held at Roland Barkau Memorial Golf Course in Okawville.  The Hornets had 303, 20 shots better than Columbia.  Wesclin was fourth and Okawville fifth followed by Breese Central.  Nashville's Tyler Wall was medalist with 71 and teammate Kyle Spencer tied Greenville's Mike Wernie for 2nd with 74s.  The Hornets Anthony Harper was fifth with 78 and Riley Edwards tied for 7th with an 81. 

The Rend Lake College Lady Warriors finished day one of the Illinois College Invite in Jacksonville this afternoon, tying for 4th place out of 12 teams with a score of 337.  Leading the tournament is William Woods University of Fulton, Missouri with a score of 297.  In 2nd is Indiana Institute of Technology of Fort Wayne, Indiana at 318.  Illinois Wesleyan University's A team is in 3rd with a score of 329.  Their B team is tied with RLC in 4th with Millikin University fifth.  


FOREST PARK - The KC college cross country Blue Devils and Angles open their season at the Gabby Reuveni Early Bird Invitational hosted by Washington University and held in Forest Park in St Louis.  Of the 10 teams at the meet, KC was the only community college present.  The Blue Devils were lead by sophomore Paul Jansen, of Breese Central, with a time of 23:49 on the 6K course.  The next finisher was freshman Brandon Beaver of Centralia, then Salem grad Elliott Brinkmeyer.

    The Blue Angels were lead by sophomore Brittany Goff of Salem with a time of 19:59 on the 4K course.  She was followed by Julie Waldhoff and Lauren Jansen each of T-Town, Jordyn Looman of Centralia then Cassie Kwiatkowski and Caroline Walthes each of Centralia.  KC will travel to Eastern Illinois for a meet on Friday. 

    The Salem Wildcats cross country team finished 3rd at the Metro East Lutheran Invite held at the SIU-Edwardsville Mud Mountain course.  Mater Dei was 4th, Nashville 7th, Okawville 20th and Central 31st.  The top placers from the area included Brenner Webster of Salem who was 9th and teammates  Hayden Wimberly was 16th, Blake Quandt 20th and Dawson Webster 25th. 

    In the girls race, Mater Dei was 4th, Salem 11th, Nashville 19th, Okawville 21st and Central 26th.  Salem's Chloee Philips was 21st.


KC Blue Angels Still Unbeaten

CENTRALIA - The KC Blue Angels are 4-0 and after this weekend's 6-0 win at home over St Louis College of Pharmacy, haven't allowed a goal all season.  

The Blue Angels got goals from Sylvia Adler, Monica Robinson, Kaylee Bunker and Sarah Entwistle.

KC will be tested on Wednesday when they play at Region 24 opponent at Lewis and Clark who was ranked 17th in the NJCAA preseason poll.  


CHICAGO (AP) - Welington Castillo homered and drove in three runs, Luis Valbuena also hit a home run and the Chicago Cubs beat the Milwaukee Brewers 4-2 Monday.

     Rookie sensation Jorge Soler had two doubles in his home debut for the Cubs and Jacob Turner won in just his second start for Chicago after being acquired from Miami last month. The right-hander allowed just one run and five hits in 6 1-3 innings.

     Hector Rondon pitched the ninth for his 23rd save in 27 chances.

     Soler became just the third player in the last 100 years to have at least one extra-base hit in each of his first five games in the majors. Will Middlebrooks did it for the Boston Red Sox in 2012 and Enos Slaughter for the St. Louis Cardinals in 1938.

     Jimmy Nelson, who was called up from the minors to make the start, took the loss.


UNDATED (AP) - Matt Holliday had the go-ahead RBI single in the seventh inning after Kolten Wong's pinch-hit homer tied the score, leading the St. Louis Cardinals to a 5-4 win over the Pittsburgh Pirates on Monday.

     St. Louis took sole possession of first place in the NL Central for the first time this season with its third straight win. The Cardinals moved one game ahead of Milwaukee, which lost to the Chicago Cubs.

     St. Louis scored three in the seventh. Wong homered off Pittsburgh starter Gerrit Cole to tie the score at 4-all. Jon Jay followed with a triple and scored on Holliday's single to left.

     Holliday, who also had a two-run double in the third, is 7 for 11 with three home runs and 12 RBIs in the last three games.

     Seth Maness picked up win in relief. Trevor Rosenthal got the last three outs for his 41st save.





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