MSHSAA PLAYOFF FOOTBALL
WEBB CITY AT CAMDENTON ON KJEL
WHEN THE CARDINALS AND LAKERS MEET, THERE’S ALWAYS PLENTY ON THE LINE AND TONITE IS NO DIFFERENT…A TRIP TO THE CLASS FOUR SEMIFINALS IS ON THE LINE AS THE TWO DISTRICT CHAMPS COLLIDE…CAMDENTON COACH JEFF SHORE SAYS THE WEBB CITY OFFENSE IS FAMILIAR, AND NOT EASY TO CONTAIN..
CAMDENTON COMES IN AT 12-0, AND REMEMBERING LAST YEAR’S ONE POINT LOSS TO WEBB ON THE ROAD..THE CARDINALS ARE 11-1; THE ONLY LOSS COMING EARLY IN THE SEASON TO JOPLIN..COACH JOHN RODERIQUE ON THE KEYS FOR TONITE…
CAMDENTON AVERAGES 49 POINTS PER GAME WHILE ALLOWING 13…WEBB CITY SCORES 43 A GAME AND GIVES UP TEN ON THE AVERAGE..THE CARDINALS HAVE WON 14 STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS AND BEEN TO THE PLAYOFFS 30 CONSECUTIVE SEASONS, WHILE THE LAKERS ARE OWNERS OF FIVE CHAMPIONSHIPS AND 28 DISTRICT TITLES…THE WINNER WILL MEET EITHER LADUE ON WENTZVILLE LIBERTY NEXT WEEKEND FOR THE RIGHT TO ADVANCE TO THE SHOW ME BOWL..YOU’LL HEAR TONIGHT’S GAME ON KJEL WITH PRE-GAME AT 6:15 AND KICKOFF AT 7:00…
CARTHAGE AT GLENDALE
AVA AT LAMAR
CASSVILLE AT BLAIR OAKS
JOPLIN AT FORT ZUMWALT WEST
CLARK COUNTY AT HALLSVILLE
LINCOLN AT WINDSOR
VALLE CATHOLIC AT THAYER
COLLEGE FOOTBALL SATURDAY-
TENNESSEE AT MIZZOU
The Tigers will play its final of seven home games at Memorial Stadium at 6:30 p.m. SEC East foe Tennessee is 5-5 and 3-3 in the league.
Mizzou will be looking to snap a four-game skid as the Vols come to town Saturday, doing so with a three-game win streak in hand, with four wins in their last five games. Offensive coordinator Derek Dooley on the state of the Mizzou offense..
With both teams at 5-5 on the season, the winner will become bowl eligible, while keeping in mind Mizzou’s current postseason ban from the NCAA that’s currently under appeal…
The Tigers have won the last two against the Volunteers and are 5-2 in head to head matchups since joining the SEC in 2012..
INDIANA STATE AT MISSOURI STATE
COLLEGE BASKETBALL THURSDAY-
MIAMI 78 MISSOURI STATE 74
MISSOURI STATE 1 DENVER 0
BEARS ADVANCE IN THE N.C.A.A. TOURNAMENT AND WILL PLAY CENTRAL FLORIDA AT 5:00 SUNDAY IN ORLANDO..
ST. LOUIS BLUES 5 CALGARY 0
Jordan Binnington logged 40 saves as the Blues posted the shut out the at the Enterprise Center.
Zach Sanford had a goal and three assists for his first career four-point game. Oskar Sundqvist lit the lamp twice for the Blues, who are 9-1-and-2 in their last 12 games. Calgaryis 0-5-and-1 in its last six games. The Flames were shut out for the third time in four games.
The Royals have a new owner. Kansas City businessman John Sherman was unanimously approved Thursday at the MLB owners meetings in Dallas.
Sherman, who had been a Cleveland Indians minority owner, will purchase the club for close to one-billion dollars from David Glass, who bought the club for 96-million dollars in 2000.
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