WAYNESVILLE 3-1 OVER LEBANON
THE WAIT WAS WORTH IT FOR THE WAYNESVILLE SOFTBALL TIGERS….AFTER MOTHER NATURE CAME CALLING TUESDAY, THEIR GAME WITH LEBANON WAS MOVED TO YESTERDAY AND THE LADY TIGERS CAME AWAY WITH A 3-1 VICTORY.
BELLA PONDROM PICKED UP THE WIN TOSSING 4 INNINGS OF SHUT OUT BALL….EMMA RAY RELEIVED AND A DEFENSIVE MISTAKE COST WAYNESVILLE THE ONLY RUN THE LADY JACKETS WOULD GET….
KAYLIN KRANTZ HIT HER FIRST HOMER OF THE YOUNG SEASON…COACH ROCHELLE MAUBACH SAID “We are quick on the bases. We were a little aggressive to start the game – but were able to time some hits. ”
LADY TIGERS HOST WEST PLAINS TODAY……
RUSSELLVILLE 9-0 OVER DIXON
ON THE SOFTBALL DIAMOND YESTERDAY, RUSSELLVILLE CAME TO DIXON AND SHUT OUT THE LADY BULLDOGS,
THE LADY INDIANS TAGGED MACI HOLTSCLAW AND MADDIE RYAN FOR A DOZEN HITS IN THE 7 INNINGS.
HOLTSCLAW STARTED AND TOOK THE LOSS…SHE WORKED 4 INNINGS WHILE RYAN TOSSED THE LAST 3…..
DIXON WAS LIMITED TO JUST 2 HITS…
MADDIE RYAN AND TRISTEN LIPSCOMB REACHED VIA A HIT AND THAT WAS ABOUT IT…..
RUSSELLVILLE SCORED 2 IN EACH THE 2ND, 3RD AND 4TH, THAN TACKED ON 3 MORE IN THE 5TH….
GOLF HAS WAYNESVILLE AT THE HELIAS INVITATIONAL….
FRISCO LEAGUE BASBALL TOURNAMENT IN IBERIA LAST NIGHT…
THE 2ND SEEDED RANGERS POUNDED OUT 10 HITS AND TOOK CARE OF STOUTLAND 15-2…..
THE RANGERS GOT 4 IN THE 1ST, 3 IN THE 2ND AND SHUT THE DOOR WITH AN 8 RUN 4TH…..
KADE LAWSON DROVE IN 4 RUNS FOR THE RANGERS….
WADE BOND WAS 3 FOR 3 WITH 2 DOUBLES AND 2 RBI’S…
JAKE WHITTLE COLLECTED 2 HITS….KALE ONSTOTT DOUBLED AND DROVE HOME 2 RUNS..
LOGAN SEEL AND JAYDIN ROWDEN BOTH COLLECTED DOUBLES….SEEL DROVE IN 2 AND ROWDEN 1 RUN…
ETHAN WRACHER STARTED ON THE MOUND AND PICKED UP THE WIN. HE THREW 2 2/3 INNINGS, ALLOWED 2 HITS, 0 RUNS, AND STRUCK OUT 4.
JAKE WHITTLE AND KADEN LAWSON RELEIVED….
DIXON 10-1 OVER RICHLAND
THE 3RD SEEDED DIXON BULLDOGS SCORED IN EACH OF THE FIRST 4 INNINGS AND KNOCKED OFF RICHLAND, 10-1 AT RICHLAND..
SHANNON KAMPETER PICKS UP THE WIN GOING 2 INNINGS OF NO HIT BALL…HE FANNED 2…
RANDON MAHURIN AND CASE SINDEN BOTH WORKED ON THE HILL..
RANDON MAHURIN, AND EVAN NORTON EACH COLLECTED 2 HITS…BOTH OF MAHURIN’S WERE DOUBLES..NORTON HAD AN RBI..
ROSTEN MARTIN AND JACOB CROSS EACH DROVE HOME 2 RUNS..ANTHONY McCANCE DOUBLED ABD DROVE HOME A RUN AND CASE SINDEN HAD AN RBI..
DIXON COACH ALEX SHELTON SAID “This win took 2 nights, as we began play on Tuesday and got interrupted by Mother Nature after 1 ½ innings. We played a very solid and complete game. We got solid pitching from Shannon Kampeter, Randon Mahurin, and Case Sinden, AND had contributions up and down the order, and most importantly, played very strong defense.
COACH SHELTON CONTINUED “If we can continue to find consistency here, we will be able to compete and be in most games every night.
A MILD UPSET IN THE NIGHT CAP AT RICHLAND WHERE 5TH SEED PLATO GOT BY 4TH SEED CROCKER 10-8 SENDING THE EAGLES AGAINST TOP SEED LICKING FOR THE 2ND TIME IN LESS THAN A WEEK…MONDAY, PLATO WENT TO LICKING AND THE WILDCATS HAD THEIR WAY WITH A 16-1 VICTORY….
ONE GAME ON TAP TODAY AT RICHLAND…..STOUTLAND MEETS THEIR NEIGHBOR, AND HOST, THE RICHLAND BEARS AT 5 IN AN ELIMINATION GAME…
THE WINNER GETS CROCKER ON SATURDAY, THE LOSER IS DONE…..
TOMORROW, THE WINNERS BRACKET HAS LICKING AND PLATO AT 4, IBERIA AND DIXON AT 6:30…..
TUESDAY, THE TIGER SWIM TEAM TRAVELED TO THE FOSTER NATATORIUM IN SPRINGFIELD FOR A DUAL WITH PARKVIEW….
COACH NIKKI STONE SAID “The boys did great and we had 3 swimmers making their season debut!!!”
BAILEY RAINES, A JUNIOR, WON THE 200 METER FREESTYLE INDIVIDUAL EVENT… SOPHOMORES JULIAN DORDAL AND JULIAN HILLMANN ALSO DEBUTED IN THEIR FIRST MEET, AND RACKED UP A COMBINED 13 POINTS IN JUST 2 EVENTS EACH.
THE RELAYS HAVE BEEN STRONG FOR THE TIGERS….
THE 200 MEDLEY RELAY TEAM OF BAILEY RAINES, TYLER NEWSOME, COLTEN SHULTZ, AND GRANT KINDRED, TOOK 9 SECONDS OFF THEIR THEIR PREVIOUS MEET….
THE 200 FREESTYLE RELAY TEAM OF BAILEY RAINES, GRANT KINDRED, JACOB DYE, AND DUSTIN MYERS TRIMMED THEIR TIME BY 8 SECONDS….
COACH STONE CONTINUED “We are healthy and getting the entire team back and are working hard toward our next meet.”
NEXT MEET IS THE OZARK INVITATIONAL AT FOSTER NATATORIUM SPRINGFIELD SATURDAY.
WAYNESVILLE AT WILLARD
RICHLAND AT CROCKER
FATIMA AT DIXON
TENNIS: WAYNESVILLE HAS A DOUBLE DUAL ON THE ROAD WITH WEST PLAINS AND CAMDENTON
HILLCREST COMES TO WAYNESVILLE
DIXON’S AT BELLE
PLATO TRAVELS TO AVA
WEST PLAINS AT WAYNESVILLE
DIXON AT CAMDENTON
IBERIA AT CALIFORNIA
LAQUEY AT RICHLAND
CROSS COUNTRY: LAQUEY AND PLATO HIT THE ROAD TO WILLOW SPRINGS FOR A MEET.
GOLF HAS THE DIXON LADY BULLDOGS AT CAMDENTON
The SEC released “fan health and safety guidelines” for the 2020 season on Aug. 18 that mandated masks be worn by fans at specified times inside league venues this season. But the league left many decisions about fan attendance up to its 14 schools.
Most notably absent from the league’s guidelines were any requirements to cap attendance at a certain percentage of stadium capacity. Instead, the league’s announcement encouraged schools to determine how many fans can attend games by using state and local guidelines.
Many have done just that by establishing plans that will cap football attendance at well under 50% of stadium capacity. Other schools are still formulating plans as the league’s Sept. 26 kickoff of a 10-game, conference-only season approaches.
Missouri plans to cap attendance at no more than 25% of capacity at Memorial Stadium in 2020, according to an email sent to fans on Aug. 18. That would translate to a maximum attendance of 15,655.
It has been a mere eight months since Patrick Mahomes led Kansas City from a 24-0 hole to beat Deshaun Watson and the Houston Texans in the divisional round of the playoffs, a brutally efficient comeback that ultimately propelled the Chiefs to their first Super Bowl title in 50 years. A whole lot has changed, though.
WE’LL BEGIN OUR COVERAGE OF CHIEFS FOOTBALL TOMORROW ON 102.3 FM WHEN THE DEFENDING SUPERBOWL CHAMPS OPEN AGAINST THE HOUSTON TEXANS..