Hickman golfers win title in Fulton

Friday, April 8, 2005 | 12:00 a.m. CDT; updated 3:07 p.m. CDT, Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Hickman captured the William Woods Tournament title on Thursday at Tanglewood Golf Course in Fulton.

Hickman led the 12-team field with a score of 310. Jefferson City finished second with 314 and Helias was third with 316. Drew Wier and Kyle Kovar led the Kewpies with 76s. Nick Wilson added a 77 and D.J. Chung shot 81.

Justin Bardgett from Chaminade won the individual title with a 73.

COLUMBIA COLLEGE SOFTBALL: The No. 17 Columbia College softball team swept a doubleheader against conference opponent McKendree College on Thursday.

Monica Mueller’s one-hitter led the Cougars (27-14, 9-1) to a 3-0 win in the first game. Katie McMahon was 2-for-2 with a run scored and a stolen base.

Columbia College won the second game 5-2. Kerri Gapka picked up the win, giving up one run on four hits. Sarah Moreau hit a home run, and Lindsay Williams added a double and two runs scored for the Cougars.

NHL CHARITY GAME: Two dozen NHL players, including Brett Hull, Keith Tkachuk and Rob Blake, have committed to participating in a charity exhibition game next month.

Organizers of the May 6 game at the St. Charles Family Arena hope to raise $100,000 for various charities. Other players scheduled to appear include Craig Conroy, Dallas Drake, Jeremy Roenick, Geoff Sanderson and Al MacInnis.

“It’s not every day that this group of players is on the ice at the same time,” MacInnis said. “All of the players are excited to compete and to give something back.”

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