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KFBD Sports For Tuesday September 7

IT WAS NOT HOW THEY DREW THINGS UP IN PRACTICE, AND TIGER FOOTBALL COACH JOE HAYNES SAID WHEN YOU DON’T EXECUTE THE GAME PLAN, IT’S HARD TO WIN AND HIS TIGERS WERE THROTTLED BY CAMDENTON LAST FRIDAY AND ARE WORKING TO BOUNCE BACK THIS WEEK….

THE TIGER COACH IS NEXT..

OTHER THAN THE TIGERS HOSTING KICKAPOO, THE REST OF THE OZARK CONFERENCE WILL KICK IT OFF IN A FEW DAYS AS WELL..
THE GLENDALE FALCONS WILL HOST HILLCREST IN A THURSDAY NIGHT TILT ON THE 9TH….A CONTINUING TRADITION OF THURSDAY NIGHT O.C. FOOTBALL IN THE QUEEN CITY.

THE REST PLAY FRIDDAY…
BOLIVAR’S AT LEBANON
CAMDENTON TRAVELS TO PARKVIEW
ROLLA HITS THE ROAD TO HOWELL COUNTY TO MEET THE 2ND RANKED TEAM IN CLASS 4, THE WEST PLAINS ZIZZERS….

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2 OZARK CONFERENCE TEAMS HAVE DENTED THE TOP 10 IN THE LASTEST HIGH SCHOOL RANKINGS.
RAY-PEC IS NO. 1 IN CLASS 6..
NO. 1 IN CLASS 5 IS JACKSON.
LEBANON IS NO. 9 IN CLASS 5.
CLASS 4 HAS SMITHVILLE AT NO. 1, WEST PLAINS AT NO. 2..
BLAIR OAKS IS THE TOP SQUAD IN CLASS 3..
CLASS 2, IT’S LAMAR, AND CLASS 1 IT’S WINDSOR ON THE TOP OF THE PORCH…..

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THE WAYNESVILLE SOFTBALL TIGERS HAD 3 GAMES SCHEDULED AT COLUMBIA BATTLE SATURDAY WITH THE HOST SPARTANS, TRUMAN, AND MEXICO IN THE BATTLE TOURNAMENT, BUT AFTER SEVERAL WEATHER DELAY’S DUE TO THE LIGHTNING AND SHOWERS, THEY TOOK THE CAUTIONARY ROAD AND SENT SOME OF THE TEAMS HOME….

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SOME HARDBALL OVER THE WEEKEND.

LICKING SHUT OUT ALTON 9-0 ON FRIDAY….
KANNON BUCKNER STARTED, WENT 3 INNINGS OF 1 HIT BALL AND GETS THE WIN.
KEYTON COOK FOLLOWED WITH 4 INNINGS OF 1 HIT BALL WITH A HALF DOZEN STRIKE OUTS…
COLE WALLACE AND MALACHI ANTLE LED THE OFFENSE….WALLACE HAD 3 HITS, ANTLE HAD 2 HITS AND DROVE IN 3 RUNS…RUSTY BUCKNER AND AUSTIN STEPHENS EACH DROVE IN 2…..

IBERIA SHUT OUT CROCKER 10-0 BEHIND TANNER PATTERSON’S 2 HITTER…
KADEN LAWSON, EVAN RIEMENSNIDER AND HUTER PIGGOT ALL COLLECTED 2 HITS EACH… REIMENSNIDER, PIGGOT AND JAYDIN ROWDEN DROVE IN TWO RUNS APIECE.

IT TOOK 10 INNINGS AT CONWAY ON FRIDAY, BUT THE DIXON BULLDOGS LEFT SOUTHWEST LACLEDE COUNTY WITH A 5-4 WIN…..

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FRISCO LEAGUE BASEBALL TOURNAMENT STARTS TODAY IN BOTH STOUTLAND AND RICHLAND…..
2 GAMES AT EACH SITE AT 5 AND 7 PM…
ALL 9 TEAMS ARE INVOLVED….
LICKING HAS THE 1 SEED AND A FIRST ROUND BYE…

AT RICHLAND TODAY, THE FIRST GAME IS THE PLAY IN GAME BETWEEN THE 8 AND 9 SEEDS, CROCKER AND NEWBURG..THE NIGHT CAP HAS 3RD SEED DIXON AND 6TH SEED PLATO..

2ND SEED IBERIA AND 7TH SEED LAQUEY GET THE EARLY GAME AT STOUTLAND AT 5…..
THE 2ND GAME IS 4TH SEED STOUTLAND AND 5TH SEED RICHLAND…

LICKING GETS THE PLAY-IN GAME WINNER WEDNESDAY AT 5PM, THAT’S AT STOUTLAND…
WEATHER LOOKS PROMISSING ALL WEEK SO IT SHOULD GET THE GREEN LIGHT AT EITHER LOCATION….
ADDITONAL SITES WILL BE DETERMINED BY THE WINNER AND LOSER OF THE STOUTLAND/RICHLAND OPENING ROUND GAME…

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THE REST OF TODAY’S SCHEUDLE IS A BUSY ONE..
SOCCER:
WEST PLAINS COMES TO WAYNESVILLE
LAQUEY’S AT GREENWOOD
IBERIA’S AT THE SMITHTON SOCCER TOURNAMENT THIS WEEK…
RICHLAND AT BELLE HAS BEEN CANCELLED…
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TENNIS TODAY HAS OSAGE AT WAYNESVILLE
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VOLLEYBALL:
SULLIVAN’S AT WAYNESVILLE
DIXON AT OTTERVILLE
LICKING AT MTN. GROVE
PLATO AT CABOOL
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SOFTBALL:
CROCKER AT TUSCUMBIA
DIXON AT LAQUEY
IBERIA AT RICHLAND
BELLE AT NEWBURG
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SWIMMING HAS WAYNESVILLE AT KICKAPOO AT THE FOSTER NATATORIUM
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FOOTBALL TONIGHT SEES CAMDENTON AT WAYNESVILLE FOR A 5:30 KICKOFF…

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COLLEGE FOOTBALL

The Lincoln University athletic department in Jefferson City announced in a press release Sunday night the Blue Tigers are canceling Thursday night’s football game against Northwest Missouri due to COVID-19 concerns. According to a press release from the Northwest Missouri athletic department, the game will be considered a “no-contest” and will not be rescheduled.

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STL

A BAD FIRST IS ALL A FORMER MIZZOU TIGER AND ST. LOUIS NATIVE NEEDED TO FINISH OFF THE CARDINALS..

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the St. Louis Cardinals have announced Dakota Hudson is expected to make a rehab start with Springfield TONIGHT at Hammons Field.
The SPRINGBIRDS host the Arkansas Travelers at 6:35 p.m.
This will be the second rehab appearance in Springfield for the 26-year-old Hudson, who threw 2.2 shutout innings for the Cardinals on September 2 at Tulsa, allowing two hits and one walk while striking out three Drillers.

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ROYALS
Andrew Benintendi hit a go-ahead single in the eighth inning, then reached above the left-field wall to take away a potential tying home run in the ninth, sending the Kansas City Royals past the Baltimore Orioles 3-2 Monday.

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The Kansas City Chiefs remained without All-Pro safety Tyrann Mathieu after his positive test for COVID-19 as the two-time defending AFC champions began preparing Monday for their season opener against the Cleveland Browns. Chiefs coach Andy Reid said Mathieu, who was vaccinated against the virus, remained in the league’s protocol, which means he had yet to return two negative tests taken 24 hours apart. That is the requirement for vaccinated players who are asymptomatic to return to their teams under the NFL rules released in July.

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