Hickman easily wins the Warrenton Tournament

Friday, April 16, 2004 | 12:00 a.m. CDT; updated 7:25 p.m. CDT, Wednesday, July 9, 2008

The Hickman golf team won the Warrenton Tournament on Thursday with a school record 285. The Kewpies were the defending champions at the 21-team tournament.

Francis Howell finished second at 302 and St. Francis Borgia finished third at 316.

Hickman won all the individual medalist honors. D.J Chung won the tournament with a 69. Josh Brady carded a second-place 70 and Kyle Kovar finished third with a 72.

ROCK BRIDGE SOCCER: The Bruins defeated Quincy 1-0 in Quincy, Ill. Kelley Tanzey, a striker, scored from 24 yards on a direct kick in the 63rd minute. Goalies Emily Schuenemeyer and Emily Roark combined for the shutout for Rock Bridge (7-1-1).

WNBA: The WNBA’s Seattle Storm traded Amanda Lassiter, a former Missouri forward, to the Minnesota Lynx. The Lynx acquired Lassiter and a 2004 first-round draft pick for forward Sheri Sam and center Janell Burse.

Lassiter played two seasons for the Tigers and was named to the All-Big 12 Conference team in 2001. She holds the school record for most blocked shots in a season (69). The Houston Comets drafted her in 2001 and traded her to the Storm in 2002.

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