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HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL TUESDAY-

LEBANON 73 SPRINGFIELD CENTRAL 48

THE BULLDOGS GAVE THE YELLOWJACKETS ALL THEY WANTED IN THE 1ST HALF, LEADING 18-13 AFTER ONE AND 25-24 AT HALFTIME…. BUT LEBANON GUARD QUENTON SHELTON TOOK CONTROL IN THE FINAL SIXTEEN MINUTES, SCORING 23 OF HIS GAME HIGH 29 POINTS, AND ETCHING HIS NAME IN THE RECORD BOOK ALSO…

 

LHS OUTSCORED CENTRAL 49-23 IN THE 2ND HALF….COACH BILL BROWN SAID IT TOOK AWHILE TO GET INTO THE FLOW OFFENSIVELY..

 

 

LEBANON IMPROVES TO 14-7 AND STAYS UNBEATEN AT 4-0 IN THE OZARK CONFERENCE WITH A ROAD TRIP TO SPRINGFIELD GLENDALE ON TAP THIS FRIDAY…

HILLCREST 73 CAMDENTON 54

ROLLA 73 WAYNESVILLE 58

PARKVIEW 71 GLENDALE 61

KICKAPOO 56 WEST PLAINS 48

DIXON 80 LAQUEY 38

PLATO 75 STOUTLAND 64 (GRADY TODD OF THE EAGLES IS THE ALLTIME SCORING LEADER IN PLATO BASKETBALL HISTORY WITH 2214 POINTS)

VIENNA 56 CROCKER 40

MOUNT VERNON 42 MARSHFIELD 31

FAIR GROVE 75 BUFFALO 48

CLIMAX SPRINGS 59 MONTROSE 27

MACKS CREEK 89 HERMITAGE 70

SKYLINE 78 FORSYTH 67

HARTVILLE 84 CONWAY 60

NORWOOD 77 HURLEY 68

GAINESVILLE 72 FORDLAND 53

SEYMOUR 76 MANSFIELD 47

ROGERSVILLE 64 REEDS SPRING 27

BRADLEYVILLE 64 NIANGUA 33

PLEASANT HOPE 59 ASH GROVE 54

FAIR PLAY 58 MORRISVILLE 56

AVA 48 HOUSTON 31

THAYER 68 LIBERTY 45

SALEM 83 MOUNTAIN GROVE 55

ST. JAMES 61 ST. CLAIR 58

WILLOW SPRINGS 62 CABOOL 51

STEELVILLE 89 BELLE 62

COLUMBIA HICKMAN 65 JEFFERSON CITY 61

BLAIR OAKS 80 ELDON 38

SOUTHERN BOONE 48 OSAGE 40

BOONVILLE 96 CALIFORNIA 69

FATIMA 69 EUGENE 60

LINN 62 RUSSELLVILLE 30

HALLSVILLE 83 VERSAILLES 61

ST. ELIZABETH 83 SOUTH CALLAWAY 55

COLE CAMP 51 SEDALIA SACRED HEART 43

TIPTON 82 LA MONTE 38

LINCOLN 77 SMITHTON 37

WINDSOR 62 STOVER 54

GIRLS BASKETBALL-

SKYLINE 58 WALNUT GROVE 49

MACKS CREEK 52 HERMITAGE 28

EUGENE 43 LINN 41

SOUTH CALLAWAY 67 ST. ELIZABETH 25

TIPTON 82 LA MONTE 21

MONTROSE 63 CLIMAX SPRINGS 56

GAINESVILLE 46 FORDLAND 38

LICKING 50 STOUTLAND 20

AVA 44 CHADWICK 28

BRADLEYVILLE 58 NIANGUA 20

HALFWAY 55 LIGHTHOUSE CHRISTIAN 27

FAIR GROVE 51 MONETT 45

COLLEGE BASKETBALL-

LSU 82 MIZZOU 78

The Tigers led for 33 minutes, but lost despite shooting 51.7 percent and four different players scoring in double figures.
Dru Smith led Mizzou with 20 points, reaching that mark for the seventh time in his career. Coach Cuonzo Martin said the opponent exploited some things…

 

 

Mizzou was up 43-31 with 1:18 to play in that first half and held on for a six-point halftime lead and had a 69-65 advantage with 6:41 to play, but LSU surged ahead with an 11-2 run to take its first lead since early in the opening half.
Mizzou drops to 3-8 in SEC play and will host Auburn Saturday.

TONITE-

DRAKE AT MISSOURI STATE

NHL TUESDAY-

THE ST. LOUIS BLUES AND ANAHEIM WERE TIED AT 1-1 IN THE 1ST PERIOD WHEN BLUES DEFENSEMAN JAY BOUWMEESTER SUFFERED A CARDIAC EPISODE WHILE ON THE BENCH..HE WAS REVIVED BY MEDICAL PERSONNEL ON-SCENE AND TRANSPORTED TO A LOCAL HOSPITAL…THE GAME WAS SUSPENDED AND WILL BE RESUMED AT A LATER DATE…THE BLUES ARE SCHEDULED TO PLAY TOMORROW NIGHT IN LAS VEGAS…

MIDWEEK JACKET TALK AT 11:05 THIS MORNING FROM A TASTE OF ANDY’S

CARDINAL COUNTDOWN TO OPENING DAY SHOW TONIGHT AT 6:05 ON KJEL..

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