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KFBD Sports For Monday November 1

THE FOOTBALL SEASON IS OVER FOR THE WAYNESVILLE TIGERS AFTER AN OPENING ROUND LOSS IN DISTRICTS FRIDAY AT GLENDALE….OUR LAST BY-WEEKLY VISITS OF THE SEASON WITH COACH JOE HAYNES OF THE TIGERS COMING UP……

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SOFTBALL

THE CONDITIONS WERE LESS THAN IDEAL FOR A STATE CHAMPIONSHIP, BUT THE GAMES WERE PLAYED IN SPRINGFIELD OVER THE WEEKEND AND SOFTBALL IS DONE..
CLASS 1:
MAYSVILLE WON THE TITLE WITH A 4-0 SHUT OUT OF LaPLATA.
MAYSVILLE KNOCKED OFF EAST CARTER IN ONE SEMI FINAL WHILE LaPLATA BEAT ST. ELIZABETH 3-1 IN THE OTHER SEMI…
ST. E CAME BACK AND WON THE 3RD PLACE GAME, 8-7 OVER EAST CARTER..

IN CLASS 2, IBERIA FELL BEHIND EARLY TO SHERWOOD AND COULD NOT COME BACK AND FELL 2-0 IN THE SEMI….A 2 RUN HOMER IN THE FIRST DID THE TRICK…
IBERIA’S KINLEE COCHRAN FANNED 9 IN THE GAME, TOSSED A 3 HITTER AND TOOK THE LOSS..CHOLE EDWARS HAD IBERIA’S ONLY HIT, AND SHE STOLE 3 BASES.

MARCELING BEAT NEW BLOOMFIELD 10-4 IN THE OTHER SEMI, THAN KNOCKED OFF SHERWOOD 4-1 TO WIN THE CLASS 2 TITLE…

THE IBERIA LADY RANGERS STAYED IN IT UNTIL THE END, BUT NEW BLOOMFIELD PULLED AWAY LATE IN A 13-4 VICTORY IN THE 3RD PLACE GAME….THIS WAS A 4-4 GAME IN THE 5TH, BUT THE WHEELS CAME OFF THE WAGON AND THE HIGH POWER OFFENSE OF NEW BLOOMFIELD PREVAILED..
KINLEE COCHRAN TOOK THE LOSS FOR THE RANGERS. THE RIGHTY SURRENDERED EIGHT RUNS ON EIGHT HITS OVER FOUR AND A THIRD INNINGS, STRIKING OUT FIVE.

THE RANGERS TALLIED EIGHT HITS. ADDISON WILLIAMS, HAYLEE HUMPHREY EACH HAD 3, HARPER ROLLINS ADDED 2
THE LADY RANGERS ENDED THEIR SEASON WITH A RECORD OF 20-8, AND 4TH PLACE IN STATE.
IBERIA COACH MADALINE COCHRAN SAID
“We’ve had a phenomenal season. My girls work hard year round. They are a talented group. I’m so proud of them. Making it to the Final Four is huge. I’m so glad they got to experience what most kids just dream of.”

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CLASS 3, BLAIR OAKS ADDS ANOTHER TITLE TO THEIR BELT AFTER A 3-2 WIN OVER CHILLOCOTHE….THE LADY FALCONS SHUTOUT SULLIVAN 4-0 IN THE SEMI’S WHILE CHILLOCOTHE BEAT PERRYVILLE 3-1…
SULLIVAN WON THE 3RD PLACE GAME, 5-0 OVER PERRYVILLE..

CLASS 4, THE WASHINGTON BLUE JAYS SHUT OUT THE ROLLA LADY BULLDOGS, 4-0 IN THE TITLE GAME…..WASHINGTON BLEW OUT PLATTE COUNTY 10-0 IN HE SEMI WHILE ROLLA WAS A 9-4 WINNER OVER INCARNATE WORD..
PLATTE COUNTY BEAT INCARNATE WORD 12-5 FOR 3RD..

CLASS 5, LEE’S SUMMIT WEST IS THE CHAMP AFTER A 6-5 SQUEEKER OVER FRANCIS HOWELL CENTRAL…..BLUE SPRINGS SOUTH TOOK 3RD OVER PARKWAY SOUTH, 12-3, TO THE K.C. AREA TOOK OUT THE ST. LOUIS AREA SCHOOLS IN THE LARGEST CLASS……

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CROSS COUNTRY DISTRICTS ON SATURDAY AND SOME FRISCO LEAGUERS MOVE ON…
DAVID HELD OF PLATO WAS A CLASS 1 DISTRICT CHAMPION AT CLEVER….HELD CROSSED THE FINISH LINE 42 SECOND AHEAD OF THE RUNNER UP AND HELD MOVES ONTO THE NEXT POST SEASON EVENT.
BRADLEY SHAW OF STOUTLAND FINISHED 6TH AT THEIR C;LASS 1 DISTRICT AT LINN…..AARON FRANKLIN WAS 19TH……
CROCKER’S ADAM NEWTON WAS 31ST……
IN GIRLS CLASS 1 ACTION, STOUTLAND’S BETHANY KINCADE WAS 12TH….
IN CLASS 2, LICKING’S JARRETT HUFF WAS 10TH, TEAMMATE LEVI STOUT FINISHED 22ND…THE LADY WILDCATS CASEY RICHARDS WAS 12TH AND MOVES ON..

CLASS 5 AT BOLIVAR, WAYNESVILLE’S ALAJANDO MALAVE (MAH-LAY-VA) WAS 16TH…….
ACCORDING TO MEESHA, THE TOP 30 IN EACH RACE MOVE TO STATE, NOT INCLUDING TEAM MEMBERS WHO QUALIFIED……

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VB

VOLLEYBALL QUARTERS WERE PLAYED ON SATURDAY STATE WIDE SETTING UP THE FINAL 4 FOR LATER THIS WEEK AT THE CAPE..

CLASS 5 WILL SEE CORE JESU, ST. DOMINIC, ROCKBRIDGE AND LEE’S SUMMT WEST COMING TO TOWN..

CLASS 4: NERINX HALL, WESTMINSTER CHRISTIAN, LOGAN-ROGERSVILLE AND PEMBROKE HILL WILL DANCE IN THE FINAL 4..

CLASS 3 VOLLEYBALL QUALIFIERS: VALLE CATHOLIC, BLAIR OAKS, STRAFFORD, AND NOTRE DAME DiSION WILL PLAY IN CAPE GIRARDEAU….

CLASS 2: JEFFERSON FESTUS, HERMANN, SKYLINE, AND BISHOP LeBLOND ARE IN..

CLASS 1, GIDEON, SOUTH IRON, MILLER AND SANTA FE HAVE MADE IT….

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SOCCER

CLASS 4, DISTRICT 5 AT CARTHAGE SAW TOP SEED KICKAPOO ELIMINATE WAYNESVILLE IN A 4-1 FINAL ON SATURDAY..
JOPLIN ENDS IT FOR REPUBLIC 2-1……NIXA SHUTOUT SPRINGFIELD CENTRAL, 3-0…..CARTHAGE, THE 6TH SEED, UPSET 3RD SEED OZARK 3-2..
TOMORROW, KICKAPOO GETS JOPLIN, NIXA TAKES ON CARTHAGE IN THE SEMI’S…

THE CLASS 1 DISTRICT 5 SOCCER TOURNAMENT AT LAQUEY HAD THEIR OPENING DATE CHANGED FROM SATURDAY TO THIS AFTERNOON FOR THE PLAY IN GAME….
IT WILL BE 4TH SEED IBERIA AND 5TH SEED RICHLAND THIS AFTERNOON AT 4..
WINNER GETS LAQUEY TOMORROW AT 2…2ND SEED DIXON AND 3 SEED CROCKER PLAY AT 4….
THIS IS HAPPENING AT LAQUEY…

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IT WAS A TOUGH CHORE FOR THE WAYNESVILLE TIGERS TO START, BUT THEY PUT ON A GOOD SHOW IN THE FIRST 2 QUARTERS, HAD THE GAME WITHIN 6 AT THE HALF, BUT SOME UNFORTUNATES TURN OF EVENTS, INCLUDING THEIR TWO MAIN THREATS ON THE SIDELINES WITH INJURIES MADE IT A LONG NIGHT……THE TIGER COACH TALKS ABOUT IT NEXT…

AFTER AN OPENING ROUND BYE, LEBANON WILL GET CAMDENTON THIS FRIDAY AFTER THE LAKERS 34-18 WIN OVER SPRINGFIELD CENTRAL..
ROLLA’S 28-0 SHUT OUT OF BRANSON WILL SEE THEM HOST GLENDALE THIS FRIDAY AT LIONS MEMORIAL FIELD..

CLASS 5 DISTRICT 6 HAD THE SEASON END FOR PARKVIEW IS A 54-0 LOSS TO REPUBLIC..

CLASS 4 DISTRICT 6 SAW PLAINS, WITH A 1ST ROUND BYE WILL NOW GET LOGAN ROGERSVILLE AFTER THE WILDCATS ENDED IT FOR MARSHFIELD, 28-18….

CLASS 4 DISTRICT 7 HAD 3RD SEED BOLIVAR MOVE TO NEXT WEEK WITH A 31-14 WIN OVER WARRENSBURG..

CLASS 6 DISTRICT 3, 5TH SEED KICKAPOO IS DONE AFTER A 23-7 LOSS TO RAY-PEC…

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HIGH SCHOOL TRYOUTS, WINTER PRACTICE START ON MONDAY, NOV. 1ST…
AT THE FRISCO LEAGUE LEVEL, THAT’S BOYS AND GIRLS BASKETBALL…..AT WAYNESVILLE, IT’S BOYS AND GIRLS BASKETBALL AND BOYS AND GIRLS WRESTLING..
GIRLS SWIMMING PRACTICE IN TIGER TOWN STARTS NOV. 8TH…..
ALL STUDENT-ATHLETES WILL NEED A VALID PHYSICAL ON FILE THAT IS DATED FEB 1, 2021 OR AFTER.

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The Houston Astros fended off elimination on Sunday night and denied the Atlanta Braves the chance to win the 2021 World Series at their home ballpark. The Astros defeated the Atlanta Braves in Game 5 of the World Series by a 9-5 final (box score) to force Game 6 and a return trip to Houston. The Astros still trail in the best-of-seven series by a 3-2 margin, and Atlanta remains one win away from its first championship since 1995.

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New York Giants coach Joe Judge made a good point about the struggling Kansas City Chiefs this week when he was asked whether the rest of the league had finally caught up to the two-time defending AFC champs.

”I mean, how’d the league catch up to them?” Judge asked. ”Is everyone as fast as Tyreek Hill?”

the truth is Hill remains one of the fastest players in the league. And for all their warts, especially on defense, the Chiefs still have a dynamic offense with Patrick Mahomes pulling the trigger and Hill and Travis Kelce catching his passes.

The Chiefs (3-4) are near the bottom of the league in turnover differential at minus-10, and their defense – both on the ground and through the air – has been abysmal. They’re coming off a 27-3 drubbing by Tennessee, and losses to the Bills, Chargers and Ravens means they have lost the tiebreaker to just about everyone ahead of them…chiefs host hte giants for monday night football..


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