DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIP SOCCER THURSDAY-
GLENDALE 3 LEBANON 1
HELIAS 6 CAMDENTON 1
SPRINGFIELD CENTRAL 3 WAYNESVILLE 0
SPRINGFIELD GREENWOOD 1 FAIR GROVE 0
BRANSON 1 OZARK 0
MONETT 2 ROGERSVILLE 0
WILLARD 5 PARKVIEW 0
THE STATE SEMIFINALS ARE SET TO BEGIN TODAY AT THE SHOW-ME CENTER IN CAPE GIRARDEAU..
CLASS ONE PARTICIPANTS:
CLASS TWO PARTICIPANTS:
ST. PIUS X FESTUS
ST. PAUL LUTHERAN
CLASS THREE PARTICIPANTS:
CLASS FOUR PARTICIPANTS:
FRANCIS HOWELL CENTRAL
DISTRICT FOOTBALL GAMES FRIDAY-
LEBANON AT HELIAS ON KJEL
THE TWO AND THE THREE SEEDS MEET TONITE TO DECIDE WHO GOES TO THE CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND IN A WEEK..
THE CRUSADERS ARE 9-1 AFTER LAST FRIDAY’S 34-21 WIN OVER ROLLA…LEBANON STANDS 8-2 AFTER A 56-18 TRIUMPH AGAINST UNION..COACH WILL CHRISTIAN SAYS SENIOR FULLBACK QUAMEIRE WRIGHT’S SEASON HAS BEEN SPECIAL WITH OVER A THOUSAND YARDS RUSHING AND SEVENTEEN TOUCHDOWNS..
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THE ONLY DEFEAT FOR THE CRUSADERS WAS TWO WEEKS AGO AT THE TOP-RANKED CLASS SIX TEAM, ST. LOUIS DESMET…HELIAS FEATURES PLACEKICKER VITO CALVARUSO WHO SET A NEW SCHOOL RECORD WITH ELEVEN FIELD GOALS THIS SEASON…PREGAME BEGINS AT 6:15 TONITE WITH KICKOFF AT 7:00 FROM RAY HENTGES STADIUM ON KJEL…
WASHINGTON AT CAMDENTON
THESE TWO TEAMS HAVE LOST JUST ONE TIME COMBINED…THE BLUEJAYS ARE 9-1….LAKERS 10-0, STILL RANKED 2ND IN THE STATE, WITH 17 CONSECUTIVE HOME VICTORIES GOING BACK TO AUGUST OF 2017….CAMDENTON DEFEATED PACIFIC 51-27 LAST FRIDAY, WHILE WASHINGTON HELD OFF MARSHFIELD 21-14 IN THE DISTRICT QUARTERFINALS…COACH JEFF SHORE’S SQUAD CONTINUE TO BATTLE SOME INJURY CONCERNS.
THE LAKERS HAVE WON THE LAST THREE MEETINGS WITH WASHINGTON, ALL IN DISTRICT PLAY..THE LAST LOSS TO THE BLUEJAYS WAS BACK IN 2002…LAKER TALK COMES YOUR WAY AT 9:30 THIS MORNING ON KJEL..
BOLIVAR AT WEST PLAINS
CENTRAL AT WAYNESVILLE
PARKVIEW AT GLENDALE
NIXA AT OZARK
BRANSON AT CARTHAGE
WILLARD AT WEBB CITY
SEDALIA SMITH COTTON AT FORT ZUMWALT NORTH
SALEM AT BLAIR OAKS
ROGERSVILLE AT BUFFALO
VERSAILLES AT FAIR GROVE
WARSAW AT LAMAR
WILLOW SPRINGS AT LIBERTY
LOCKWOOD AT SKYLINE
CABOOL AT THAYER
COLE CAMP AT LINCOLN
KIRKWOOD AT JOPLIN
COLLEGE FOOTBALL SATURDAY-
MIZZOU AT GEORGIA
Mizzou is coming off of its second bye week of the season and will look to bounce back from consecutive road losses at Vanderbilt and Kentucky. Coach Barry Odom said finding the running game again was a major focus during the bye week..
Georgia is coming off of a 24-17 win vs. No. 8 Florida last week in Jacksonville. A Mizzou win would create a three-way tie in the SEC East Division standings.. Georgia, Florida and Mizzou would each have two league losses, though Mizzou has played one fewer SEC game than Georgia and two fewer than Florida. The Tigers are 1-2 in Athens since joining the SEC…Kickoff is set for 6:00 tomorrow night…
MISSOURI S&T AT LINDENWOOD
EVANGEL AT CENTRAL METHODIST
SOUTHWEST BAPTIST AT CENTRAL WASHINGTON
MISSOURI STATE AT SOUTHERN ILLINOIS
KANSAS CITY AT TENNESSEE
After playing the last two and four of the last five games at Arrowhead, the Chiefs are on the road Sunday against the Titans in Nashville. Kansas City has actually played better in away games, going 4-and-0 and leads the AFC West with a 6-and-3 record. Coach Andy Reid said the availability of QB Patrick Mahomes may not be known until shortly before game time.
The Titans are fighting to stay alive in the playoff hunt. Tennessee is 4-and-5 after a loss last Sunday at Carolina. The Titans had won their previous two games at home.
COLLEGE BASKETBALL TONIGHT-
NORTHERN KENTUCKY AT MIZZOU
TEXAS A&M CORPUS CHRISTI WILL FACE THE MISSOURI STATE LADY BEARS TONIGHT AT JQH ARENA IN THE PRESEASON W.N.I.T.
THE UNBEATEN MISSOURI STATE BEARS PLAY THE REGULAR SEASON FINALE TOMORROW IN DES MOINES AGAINST DRAKE..COACH JON LEAMY’S SQUAD IS 15-0 AND BEAT THE BULLDOGS 3-1 LAST MONTH IN OCTOBER…
THE BEARS HAVE OUTSCORED THEIR OPPONENTS 36-9, LED BY MATT BENTLEY’S 12 GOALS …AFTER SATURDAY’S MATCH WITH DRAKE, THE BEARS WILL HEAD TO CHICAGO FOR THE MISSOURI VALLEY CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT NEXT WEEK…
THE ST. LOUIS BLUES REMAIN ON THE ROAD TOMORROW NIGHT AGAINST THE CALGARY FLAMES…
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