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KFBD Sports For Tuesday November 30

THE GIRLS FIRST ROUND IS IN THE BOOKS IN THE FRISCO LEAGUE TOURNAMENT AFTER 3 GAMES LAST NIGHT AT LAQUEY..

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LICKING 65-25 OVER STOUTLAND

IN THE FIRST GAME, THE TOP SEEDED LADY WILDCATS OF LICKING, BACK WITH THE TARGET ON THEIR BACK, SENT STOUTLAND TO AN ELIMINATION GAME WITH A 65-25 VICTORY…
THIS WAS LICKING’S FROM GET GO…EXPERIANCE, SIZE AND DEPTH WAS TOO MUCH FOR A TEAM THAT STARTED 3 FRESHMAN, A SOPHOMORE AND A SENIOR…
LICKING COACH STEVE RISSLER SAID THIS MAY BE THE YOUNGEST TEAM THEY”LL FACE.

THE LENGTH OF LADY CATS WITH ARMS EXTENDED HELPED FORCE STOUTLAND INTO 28 TURNOVERS, AND 22% SHOOTING FROM THE FIELD…LICKING BURIED 52% OF THEIR SHOTS, MANY FROM DOWN DEEP….
ABBIE SULLINS, A 5-11 JR. LED THE LADY CATS WITH 19….HANNA MEDLOCK ADDED 10..
STOUTLAND HAD SCHONA LOONEY WITH 10….
STOUTLAND GOES TO THE CONSOLATION SIDE AND HAS A FRIDAY DATE WITH IBERIA.
LICKING FACES CROCKER TOMORROW IN A WINNERS SEMI FINAL….

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COACH STEVE RISSLER OF LICKING SAID DESPITE THE BLOW OUT, THEY PLAYED BETTER THAN THEY DID AGAINST CUBA IN THEIR OPENER..

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NEWBURG 44-18 OVER LAQUEY

THE 2ND GAME SAW THE 2ND SEED NEWBURG LADY WOLVES MOVE TO THE SEMI’S WITH A 44-18 WIN OVER 7TH SEED LAQUEY…..NEITHER TEAM LIT UP THE NET….NEWBURG HIT FOR 32% FROM THE FIELD, BUT THEIR PESKY DEFENSE HELD LAQUEY TO JUST 16% HITTING JUST 6 SHOTS FROM THE FIELD IN 36 ATTEMPTS…..EVEN WHEN THE LADY HORNETS GOT GOOD LOOKS, THE SHOTS JUST DIDN’T FIND THE CYLINER….
NEWBURG LED BY 3 AFTER ONE, BUT A 12-2 RUN IN THE 2ND OPENED THE DOOR AND NEWBURG KEPT IT OPEN… THE LADY HORNETS 2 POINTS CAME FROM THE FREE THROW LINE

NEWBURG COACH ASHLEE MARLATT SAID THEY CHANGED THEIR OFFENSE TO MORE OF AN UPTEMPO STYLE IN THE 2ND STANZA AND IT WORKED.

THE ONLY DOUBLE DIGIT FOR LAQUEY WAS ADRIANNE MILLER WITH 12 REBOUNDS….
CLAIR AFFOLTER HAD 14 FOR NEWBURG, MARY ROSA DUMPED IN A DOZEN…..NEWBURG MOVES TO THE WINNERS SEMI’S ON WEDNESDAY WHILE LAQUEY GOES TO AN ELIMINATION GAME TOMORROW AGAINST DIXON….

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NEWBURG COACH ASHLEE MARLATT SAID THEY WERE ABLE TO TAKE AWAY THE INSIDE GAME AND THAT WAS A BIG KEY..

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RICHLAND 64-49 OVER PLATO

3RD SEED RICHLAND GOT A HANDFUL OF THE PLATO LADY EAGLES LAST NIGHT AND IN THE END, FORCED SOME KEY TURNOVERS AND TURNED A 3 POINT LEAD INTO A 64-49, 15 POINT WIN, IN THE LAST 4 MINUTES…..
18-15 AFTER ONE WAS A 10 POINT RICHLAND ADVANTAGE AT THE HALF….PLATO GOT TO WITHIN 6 AT THE END OF THE 3RD, HAD IT TO A ONE POSSESSION GAME WITH ABOUT 4 MINUTES LEFT, BUT 4 TURNOVERS TURNED INTO A PAIR OF 3’S, A TRANSITION LAYUP AND SOME FREE THROWS AND THE LADY BEARS PUT THIS AWAY..
RICHLAND COACH JON HALL SAID PLATO COACH WES SHAW HAS HIS LADY EAGLES READY.

BOTH TEAMS SHOT A PRETTY GOOD CLIP WITH RICHLAND HITTING FOR 48%, PLATO 43%….PLATO WON THE BATTLE OF THE BOARDS, 28-18, BUT 22 TURNOVERS FOR PLATO WAS TOO MUCH TO OVERCOME…
MIRANDA MOSS DRAINED 27 TO LEAD RICHLAND….BELLE HARLEY ADDED 14, AND ABBY LATHAM TOSSED IN 11…
CARA COUCH HAD 25 TO LEAD PLATO, RAMSEY CREWS HAD A DOUBLE DOUBLE WITH 10 POINTS AND 10 REBOUNDS…..SHELBY WILSON ALSO HAD 10 FOR THE LADY EAGLES…

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RICHLAND COACH JON HALL SAID THEIR SHOT SELECTION OVERALL WAS NOT AT IT’S BEST, BUT OVERALL, A DECENT GAME..

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TONIGHT AT THE FRISCO, IT’S THE BOYS TURN TO WRAP UP THEIR FIRST ROUND…
TOP SEED DIXON WILL FACE 8TH SEED LAQUEY IN THE OPENER….
2ND SEED RICHLAND GETS 7TH SEED STOUTLAND AT 6:30…
3RD SEED LICKING FACES 6TH SEED CROCKER AT 8 TONIGHT.
PRE GAME ABOUT 4:45 ON 97.9 FM……

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THE FIRST OF THE PREP BASKETBALL RANKINGS ARE OUT AND IN THE GIRLS RANKINGS, WE SEE A PAIR OF FRISCO LEAGUERS, AND 3 OZARK CONFERENCE MEMBERS…..

girls

Class 6
1 Incarnate Word
3 Kickapoo
4 Rock Bridge
5 Republic
6 Nixa
10 Jefferson City
Others receiving votes: Lebanon, Blue Springs, Blue Springs South

Class 5
1 Whitfield
2 West Plains
5 Rolla
6 Carl Junction
8 Mexico
10 Willard

Class 4
1 Westminster Christian
5 Ava
6 Helias Catholic
7 Maryville
9 Boonville
10 Blair Oaks
Others receiving votes: St. James, Southern Boone, Fatima

Class 3
1 Skyline
2 Strafford
4 Tipton
6 Licking
7 Steelville

Class 2
1 Ellington
6 Richland
7 Eugene
8 Greenfield

Class 1
1 Platte Valley
Others receiving votes: Tuscumbia

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boys

Class 6
1 Liberty
6 Nixa
7 Kickapoo
Others receiving votes: Waynesville, Republic, Truman, Pattonville

Class 5
1 Cardinal Ritter
2 Bolivar
7 Springfield Catholic
8 Webb City
9 Warrensburg

Class 4
1 Vashon
2 Blair Oaks
5 Mexico
7 Father Tolton
9 Ava

Class 3
1 Monroe City
2 Strafford
3 Thayer
4 Skyline
6 Steelville
Others receiving votes.Mansfield, Hartville

Class 2
1 Norwood
3 Alton
10 Eugene
Others receiving votes: Gainesville

Class 1
1 South Iron
4 St. Elizabeth
8 Bunker

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OZARK CONFERENCE HOOPS LAST NIGHT…
GIRLS SIDE..
KICKAPOO BURIES BOLIVAR BY 50, 85-35…
GLENDALE 48-37 OBRT FORSYTHE
PARKVIEW 62-49 OVER McDONALD COUNTY
WEST PLAINS 89, BUFFALO 15….

BOYS LAST NIGHT, SPRINGFIELD CENTRAL, 70-50 OVER CLEVER….

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THE WAYNESVILLE TIGER AND LADY TIGER WRESTLERS OPEN AT HOME TONIGHT AND BOTH WILL PLAY HOST TO REPUBLIC…
MATCH TIME IS 5:30 AT THE TIGER GYMNASIUM..

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Russell Wilson did not look much like himself in his first two games back from injury. On Monday night, with perhaps his last real chance to revive the Seahawks’ dwindling playoff hopes in prime time, he looked just as bad, if not worse until his final drive. Desperate to snap a two-game slide, the former MVP candidate stumbled all over FedExField before a last-gasp comeback effort to close Week 12, with Washington Football Team riding a tough defensive performance — at one point forcing five consecutive three-and-outs — and some steady-handed quarterbacking from Taylor Heinicke to its third straight win. Monday’s 17-15 victory drops Seattle to 3-8 and catapults Washington back into the Wild Card picture.

 



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