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ST. ELIZABETH 81 FATIMA 64

COLUMBIA ROCK BRIDGE 54 JEFFERSON CITY 42

HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS BASKETBALL –

RICHLAND 51 MACKS CREEK 35

HARTVILLE 61 DORA 31

WALNUT GROVE 70 DADEVILLE 28

FAIR PLAY 32 HERMITAGE 28

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LINN 48 BELLE 38

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COLLEGE BASKETBALL-

TEXAS A&M 68 MIZZOU 51

The Tigers scored just 18 first-half points – a season low for a half – in a loss at College Station. The Aggies swept the season series. Mitchell Smith led Mizzou with nine points and matched his career-high with 11 rebounds, nearly securing his first career double-double. Sophomore Javon Pickett added seven points in just 12 minutes before fouling out. Coach Cuzonzo Martin said they didn’t do enough in other areas to compensate for the lack of offense.

 

Jeremiah Tilmon, who had missed nine of the last 10 games with a foot injury, returned to the court for the first time since Jan. 4. He posted two points, four boards and an assist.
Mizzou committed 31 personal fouls and sent A & M to the free throw line 37 times.The Tigers host Arkansas this Saturday at 2:30…

COLLEGE OF THE OZARKS 81 CROWLEY’S RIDGE, ARK. 61

C OF O LADY BOBCATS 88 CROWLEY’S RIDGE 25

NHL-

ST. LOUIS BLUES 6 CAROLINA 3

Brayden Schenn scored back-to-back power-play goals in the second period as the Blues doubled up the Hurricanes at the Enterprise Center. For Schenn, it gives him twenty goals on the season..

 

 

Zach Sanford also scored twice for the Blues, who built leads of 3-0 and 6-1 to interrupt a streak of five losses in the six previous games…St. Louis will host Winnipeg tomorrow night…

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