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KFBD Sports For Friday September 3

WAYNESVILLE PLAYED HOST TO WEST PLAINS IN SOFTBALL YESTERDAY, AND WHEN THE DUST SETTLED, THE LADY TIGERS CAME AWAY WITH A 7-5 VICTORY BEHIND EMMA RAY WHO GAVE UP THE 5 RUNS ON 8 HITS, FANNED 9 AND WALKED 3..
IN THE FIRST TWO INNINGS, RAY TOSSED 23 STRIKES AND JUST 6 BALLS AND WAS IN CONTROL MOST OF THE GAME….
THE TOP 3 IN THE LINE UP SCORED 6 OF THE 7 RUNS AND TO DO THAT, YOU HAD TO GET ON BASE…CLEAN UP HITTER KAITLYN LANGE WAS 2 FOR 3 GETTING ON BASE ALL 3 TIMES AND DROVE IN 3 RUNS….JO JONES, WHO HIT 5TH COLLECTED 2 RBI’S WHILE CALLIE ZARCONE, THE NO. 2 HITTER IN THE LINE UP; WAS 2 FOR 4 AND SCORED 3…
IN THE 7TH, WEST PLAINS PUT THE TYING RUN ON AFTER 2 OUTS BEFORE EMMA RAY GOT AUDARA WILLARD LOOKING AT STRIKE 3 AND THE CELEBRATION BEGAN…
LADY TIGERS MOVE TO 4-2 AND ARE SCHEDULED FOR THE BATTLE TOURNAMENT TOMORROW IN COLUMBIA..

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THE FRISCO LEAGUE HAS A SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT CHAMP AND THE TOP SEED PREVAILED AFTER IBERIA PLATED 5 RUNS IN THE 2ND INNING AND TOOK OUT DIXON, 9-1….IN THE 5TH, HARPER ROLLINS AND CHLOE EDWARDS BOTH DOUBLED, ADDISON WILLIAMS AND HAYLEE HUMPHREY COLLECTED 2 RBI’S EACH…..EDWARDS SCORED IN THE FIRST AFTER STROKING A SINGLE TO GET THE LADY RANGERS ROLLING…SHE FINISHED WITH 3 HITS TO LEAD THE OFFENSE
KINLEE COCHRAN PICKS UP THE WIN GOING 6 INNINGS OF ONE HIT BALL AND STRIKING OUT 9..
IBERIA COACH MADALINE COCHRAN SAID “Our energy was really up. We had a pretty flat weekend at the marshall tournament, but the girls looked alive tonight. Kinlee threw a heck of a game and was in control the whole time. There’s something extra special about playing in the championship game of the first league tournament. Our team earned this win!”
MADI RYAN TOOK THE LOSS FOR DIXON AND GETS THE LADY BULLDOGS ONLY HIT..COURTNEY SCOTT SCORED THE LONE LADY BULLDOG RUN

3RD PLACE GAME WENT TO THE 5TH SEED STOUTLAND LADY TIGERS WITH A 7-4 WIN OVER LAQUEY….

THE 3RD SEED RICHLAND LADY BEARS CLAIMED THE CONSOLATION TROPEHY WITH AN 8-7 VICTORY OVER CROCKER AND PULLED IT OFF IN THE LAST INNING..
WITH THE TIME LIMIT COMING UP, THE GAME WAS TIED AT 7, RICHLAND BATTING IN THE LAST INNING..
SINGLES BY ABBY LATHAM AND LILLY GIBSON PUT 2 ON WITH NO OUTS…AN INTENTIONAL PASS TO MIRANDA MOSS LOADED THE BASES AND DAKOTA CREWS ENDS IT WITH A SAC FLY TO CENTER, SCORING LATHAM FOR THE WIN….
LATHAM WENT 3 FOR 4 WITH AN RBI..CREWS FINISHED WITH A SINGLE, DOUBLE, SAC FLY AND 4 RBI’S….
VIVIAN SHEERER WENT 5 INNINGS, FANNED 4, WALKED ONE AND ALLOWED 7 HITS AND 4 EARNED RUNS, AND PICKS UP THE WIN….

 

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ON THE PITCH, THE WAYNESVILLE SOCCER TIGERS WENT TO UNION AND LOST A CLOSE 4-3 DECISION TO THE WILDCATS….
ELSEWHERE IN THE OZARK CONFERENCE:
WEST PLAINS SHUT OUT CAMDENTON 3-0…
PARKVIEW BLANKS CARL JUNCTION 5-0..
BOLIVAR WAS A 2-1 WINNER OVER GREENWOOD
ROGERSVILLE SHUTS OUT HILLCREST 6-0
KICKAPOO SQUEEZES BY NIXA 3-2
ROLLA EDGES OUT FATIMA 2-1…

IN THE FRISCO..
LAQUEY ENJOYS THE HOME COOKIN’ WITH A 3-2 OVERTIME VICTORY OVER IBERIA…
HAYDEN ALLEY LED THE TEAM WITH A BRACE, THAT’S TWO GOALS, AND ETHAN LARSON ADDS ANOTHER GOAL TO HIS SEASON TALLY.

CROCKER AT MARSHFIELD SOCCER WAS POSTPONED.
RICHLAND AT STOVER WAS CANCELLED…….

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VOLLEYBALL….WAYNESVILLE HOSTED THE MARSHFIELD LADY BLUE JAYS AND WHILE IT TOOK 4 GAMES, THE HOME TOWN ORANGE AND BLACK CAME AWAY WITH A 3-1 WIN….

WINONA TRAVELED TO LICKING, WON THE FIRST GAME 25-14, BUT THEN IT WAS ALL THE LADY CATS TAKING THE NEXT 3, 25-21, 25-18, 25-18…..

PLATO WENT TO CONWAY FOR VOLLEYBALL AND WERE SWEPT IN 3 STRAIGHT…..

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IN BASEBALL, SOME GOT DONE, SOME DID NOT….

CONWAY TRAVELED TO PLATO AND HANDED THE EAGLES A 12-4 LOSS…

THE LICKING WILDCATS HIT THE ROAD TO WINONA AND PICKED UP THEIR FOURTH CONSECUTIVE VICTORY WITH A 16-6 TRIUMPH AND THE CATS STARTED EARLY…
A 10-HIT ATTACK AND A 13 RUN FIRST INNING KEYED THE WIN.
MALACHI ANTLE HOMERED AND DROVE IN FOUR RUNS TO HELP LEAD THE WILDCAT OFFENSE..
AUSTIN STEPHENS WAS 2-FOR-3 WITH 2 RBIS….SPENCER ROGERS DOUBLED AND DROVE IN THREE RUNS….KEYTON COOK SCORED THREE TIMES AND COLLECTED 2 RBIS…

KAIDEN WANTLAND WAS THE BENEFICIARY OF THE GENEROUS RUN SUPPORT. THE SENIOR PITCHED THREE INNINGS FOR THE WIN AND GAVE FOUR RUNS ON THREE HITS WITH FIVE STRIKEOUTS.
LICKING IMPROVED TO 4-1 WITH THE WIN AND FACES ALTON TODAY…

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THE TUSCUMBIA-IBERIA VARSITY ONLY GAME WAS POSTPONED YESTERDAY, A MAKE DATE IS PENDING..

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TONIGHT, IT’S WEEK 2 OF THE FOOTBAL SEASON AND THE WAYNESVILLE TIGERS ARE ON THE ROAD TO CAMDENTON….BOTH TEAMS WON THEIR OPENER LAST WEEK AND LOOKING TO CONTINUE THE SUCCESS…
WE VISIT WITH COACH JOE HAYNES OF THE TIGERS NEXT….

LAKER COACH JEFF SHORE SAID THEY’RE PREPARING FOR MULITPLE LOOKS FROM THE TIGER OFFENSE.

LAKER COACH JEFF SHORE SAID LAST WEEK AGAINST KICKAPOO WAS NOT ESPECIALLY A SOLID OUTING…

PRE GAME AT 6:45, IT’S A 7PM KICKOFF ON 102.3 FM….

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THE REST OF THE PREP SPORTS SCENE TODY..
THE WAYNESVILLE TENNIS INVITE IS UNDERWAY THIS MORNING AT 9..

BASEBALL:
CROCKER’S AT IBERIA
DIXON’S AT CONWAY
BELLE’S AT LAQUEY
ALTON’S IN LICKING
NEWBURG GOES TO BOURBON

SOCCER HAS DIXON AT LEBANON

VOLLEYBALL HAS DIXON AT STEELVILLE…

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STL

KEVIN WHEELER HAS OUR REDBIRD UPDATE..

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THE SPRINGFIELD CARDINALS HAD ST. LOUIS’ DAKOTA HUDSON WORK 2 2/3 INNINGS IN A RE-HAB START, GAVE UP 2 HITS AND FANNED 3 BEFORE GIVING WAY TO DOMINGO ROBLES WHO FINISHED AS THE SPRINGBIRDS RIPPED OUT 10 HITS AND BEAT THE TULSA DRILLERS 10-1

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ROYALS
Triston McKenzie limited Kansas City to a run and two hits in six innings Thursday night and the Cleveland Indians beat the Royals 4-2.

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KANSAS CITY CHIEFS

According to a report from NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero, the Kansas City Chiefs have placed second-year linebacker Willie Gay Jr. on their Reserve/Injured list.
On Monday, Chiefs head coach Andy Reid confirmed what had already been rumored: that Gay had suffered a toe injury during the final preseason game against the Minnesota Vikings LAST Friday night.
This move means that Gay will miss at least the first three games of the regular season — against the Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Ravens and Los Angeles Chargers.


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