THE 3RD AND FINAL ROUND OF THE MISSOURI WOMENS AMATURE AND MID AMATURE CHAMPIONSHIPS WRAPPED UP YESTERDAY AT THE KETH MEMORIAL GOLF COURSE IN WARRENSBURG…
FIRST DAY LEADER, SARA BELL OF JACKSON RALLIED BACK FROM 2ND PLACE ON DAY 2 TO CLAIM THE TOP PRIZE IN THE WOMENS AMATURE DIVISION, CARDING A 68 THURSDAY AND FINISHED AT 7 UNDER PAR 203 AND CARRIED HOME THE BIG PIECE OF HARDWARE….
MICHELLE BUTLER OF COLUMBIA, WHO SET A NEW MULES NATIONAL GOLF CLUB COURSE RECORD WEDNESDAY, FIRING OFF A 7-UNDER 63 DURING THE SECOND ROUND, FINISHED RUNNER UP, COMING INTO THE CLUBHOUSE WITH A 72, AND A 5 UNDER 205, 2 STROKES BACK..
ABBY GLYNN OF TOPEKA WAS 3RD AT 1 UNDER PAR 209…
WAYNESVILLE’S VICTORIA HOOKER SHOT A 93 YESTERDAY FOR A 3 DAY TOTAL OF 280….
JENNA SHELL OF OSAGE BEACH CARDED A 255 AFTER COMING IN WITH AN 87 THURSDAY.
MARLEE EDGEMAN FINISHED AT 241 AFTER CARDING AN 80 YESTERDAY…..
IBERIA’S DEIDRA ROBERTSON SHOT A 91 TO FINISH AT 268 IN THE MID AMATURE DIVISION.
THE UPCOMING SCHEDULES FOR HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS ARE AVAILABLE FOR VIEWING ON THE MSHSAA WEB PAGE, AND WE’RE PREVIEWING WHAT’S COMING UP FOR THE FRISCO LEAGUER’S WHEN THE FALL SEASON STARTS ON AUGUST 27TH…..
WE STARTED IN TIGER TOWN WITH WAYNESVILLE, AND THIS WEEK WE’VE CHECKED IN WITH CROCER AND DIXON AND TODAY WE CHECK IN WITH THE SCHEDULES OF THE IBERIA RANGERS AND LADY RANGERS..AGAIN, ALL THESE SCHEDULES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AND IBERIA’S BASEBALL SCHEDULE MAY BE ONE…
ON OPENING DAY, AUGUST 27TH, IT HAS THE RANGERS IN THE NEWBURG TOURNAMENT……THAT TOURNAMENT MAY OR MAY NOT HAPPEN..IN THE SPRING, NEWBURG HAD 3 OF THE LADY RANGER SOFTBALL PLAYERS FILLING IN JUST TO SUPPORT A 9 PERSON TEAM, AND WHILE THEY DID A GOOD JOB..THOSE SOFTBALL PLAYERS WILL HAVE A SEASON OF THEIR OWN THIS FALL SO THEY MAY NOT BE AVAILABLE FOR THE BASEBALL TEAM…AGAIN, IT’S TOO EARLY TO TELL SINCE PRACTICE DOES NOT START UNTIL A MONTH FROM TODAY, AUGUST 9TH…..
IF THE RANGERS DO NOT START IN THE NEWBURG TOURNAMENT, THEN THEIR FIRST GAME WILL BE AT MACKS CREEK ON AUUST 31ST..
THE LADY RANGER SOFTBALL TEAM WILL START AT THE ONE DAY MARSHALL TOURNAMENT ON AUGUST 28TH….THE SOCCER RANGERS BEGIN PLAY AT RICHLAND ON AUGUST 31ST…..
WE CONTINUE OUR CHECK OF STARTS FOR FALL SPORTS ON MONDAY WHEN WE CHECK IN WITH THE HORNETS AND LADY HORNETS OF LAQUEY….
TIGER PERFORMACE TRAINING FOR MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS FOR THE WEEK OF JULY 12TH THRU THE 15TH ARE UNDERWAY ON THE SCHOOLS WEBSITE…..
AGAIN, AND THIS IS JUST COMMON COURTESY, IF YOU SIGN UP, SHOW UP, OR YOU TAKE SOMEONE ELSE’S SPOT….
TPT IS WIDING DOWN FOR THE SUMMER…THE SCHOOL’S 9 DAY DEAD PERIOD, A MANDATORY BREAK SANCTIONED BY THE MSHSAA WILL BE FROM JULY 31ST THRU AUGUST 8TH……
THE CARDINALS TOOK SOME TIME OFF IN THE WINDY CITY YESTERDAY AND GET SET FOR A 3 GAME WEEKEND SERIES AGAINST THE TEAM CLOSEST TO THEM IN THE N.L. CENTRAL STANDINGS…
TOM ACKERMAN HAS OUR PREVIEW OF THIS AFTERNOON’S MATCH UP.
THE SPRINGBIRDS HAVE WON 5 STRAIGHT AFTER THEIR 10-9, 10 INNING VICTORY OVER TULSA LAST NIGHT..
NICK PLUMMER HAD QUITE THE NIGHT….HE WENT 3 FOR 5, AND ALL 3 HITS WERE HOMERS….
THE SPRINGBIRDS WERE UP 8-7 AFTER 8 INNINGS AND NEEDED 3 OUTS….TULSA HOWEVER, TIED IT WITH 1 IN THEIR HALF OF THE 9TH, THEN GOT ANOTHER IN THE TOP OF THE 10TH TO GO AHEAD, 9-8…
AFTER TAGGING THE BALL FOR A PAIR OF DINGERS EARLY ON, TULSA DECIDED TO PITCH TO PLUMMER WITH A RUNNER ON 2ND AND HE SENT A ROCKET DEEP INTO RIGHT FIELD FOR A 2 RUN, WALK OFF HOMER FOR THE SPRINGBIRDS WHO GO FOR THEIR 4TH STRAIGHT AGAINST TULSA TONIGHT….
As Franmil Reyes stood waiting in the on-deck circle, he silently begged for a chance to end Cleveland’s losing streak. He got his wish. Reyes hit a three-run homer with two outs in the ninth inning as the Indians stopped a nine-game losing streak — their longest under manager Terry Francona — with a 7-4 win Thursday night against the Kansas City Royals.
Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes caused a little bit of panic in Kansas City back in April when he was spotted wearing a walking boot on his foot.
The walking boot got a lot of people wondering about his health and whether his surgically repaired toe would be fully healed in time for the start of the 2021 season. It appears the answer to that question is yes and we know that because Mahomes gave up an update on his toe during an interview with NFL Network on Thursday.
“The toe’s feeling great,” Mahomes said.
Mahomes underwent surgery back in February to fix a turf toe injury that he suffered during the divisional round of the playoffs. The Chiefs quarterback played two-and-a half games with the injury, which only made things worse. Mahomes wasn’t able to finally get the toe operated on until three days after Kansas City’s Super Bowl loss to Tampa Bay.
Five months after the surgery, Mahomes seems good to go.
Vladimir Tarasenko has asked the St. Louis Blues for a trade, a person with knowledge of the situation told the Associated Press on Thursday. The Blues declined comment when asked about Tarasenko’s trade request, which was first reported by The Athletic. The person spoke on condition of anonymity.