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KFBD Sports For Wednesday December 1

THE BOYS FIRST ROUND OF THE FRISCO LEAGUE TOURNAMENT IS DONE, AND NO SURPRISES….ALL HIGHER SEEDS MOVED TO THE RIGHT ON THE BRACKET.

DIXON 67-35 OVER LAQUEY

TOP SEED DIXON JUMPED ON LAQUEY FOR A 12-4 RUN AFTER THE FIRST QUARTER, BUT THE HORNETS STAYED CLOSE MOST OF THE WAY UNTIL MID WAY THRU THE 4TH WHEN THE BULLDOGS HIT 6 OF 8 FROM THE FIELD, TAKING ADVANTAGE OF SOME HORNET TURNOVERS AND PUT THIS AWAY, 67-35…
DIXON WOULD FORCE 31 TURNOVERS IN THE GAME…
C.J. THILTGEN LED THE BULLDOGS WITH 27 POINTS AND PULLED DOWN 9 BOARDS….MATT BARNETT ADDED 18, ABD DRAKE YOUNG DUMPED IN 10…..
DIXON COACH LOGAN RAY SAID WITH SEVERAL SCORING, THE CONFIDENCE BUILDS…

LAQUEY WAS LED BY GAUGE FLESHUTE WITH 14…
THE HORNETS ARE IN AN ELIMINATION GAME FRIDAY AGAINST IBERIA, DIXON GETS PLATO ON THURSDAY IN A WINNERS SEMI FINAL…..

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RICHLAND 58-38 OVER STOUTLAND

THE NEIGHBORS OF RICHLAND AND STOUTLAND HOOKED UP NEXT AND THE ATHLETICISM OF THE BEARS WON OUT WITH 58-38 VICTORY WITH SOME ABOVE THE RIM HOOPS..
VESTON FEARON LED THE WAY IN SCORING WITH 21, AND 3 TIMES HE WAS ABOVE THE RIM WITH A PAIR TWO HANDED DUNKS, AND A TOMAHAWK SLAM THAT BROUGHT THE CROWD OUT OF THEIR SEATS…NOAH JOHNSON TOSSED IN A DOZEN, DAVETON FEARON ADDED 11, AND CHASE OTTO DRAINED 10, AND THAT’S 4 IN DOUBLES MAKING UP ALL BUTR 4 POINTS OF THE BEARS TOTAL OUTPUT..
THE BEARS HIT 51% OF THEIR SHOTS WHILE THEIR DEFENSE HELD STOUTLAND TO JUST 28%…RICHLAND PULLED DOWN 27 BOARDS IN THE CONTEST…
RICHLAND COACH BILL BROWN SAID STOUTLAND WAS A CHALLANGE.

THE TIGERS WERE LED IN SCORING BY LUKE ASH WITH 19….

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LICKING 95-76 OVER CROCKER

THE LAST GAME WAS THE LONGEST AND AN OLD FASHION FRISCO LEAGUE SHOOTOUT WITH LICKING KNOCKING OFF CROCKER 95-76…..171 POINTS WENT THRU THE HOOP, 117 SHOTS WERE TAKEN FROM FIELD, 66 MORE FROM THE FREE THROW LINE…A ONE POINT CROCKER LEAD AFTER 1 QUARTER, THE SCOREBOARD HAD CROCKER UP BY 1 AT THE HALF, BUT BEFORE THE 2ND HALF STARTED, ALL 3 REFS, BOTH COACHES, THEIR SCOREKEEPERS, AND THE OFFICAL SCOREKEEPER GATHERED AT THE SCORERS TABLE AND EVENTUALLY WOULD CHANGE THE HALF TIME SCORE TO 38-35, LICKING…..AFTER ABOUT 15-20 MINUTES, THE 2ND HALF FINALLY STARTED AND THE SHOOTOUT RESUMED….49 POINTS WENT DOWN IN THE 8 MINUTE 3RD PERIOD WITH LICKING INCREASING THE LEAD TO 8…CROCKER GOT IT DOWN TO 6 AT ONE POINT, BUT TURNOVERS COST THEM DOWN THE STRETCH WHEN LICKING HIT 10 OF 15 FROM THE FIELD AND PUT THIS AWAY…..
LICKING COACH MIKE PHILLIPS SAID WHEN HE SAW THE NUMBERS AND TALENT WHEN HE CAME TO LICKING, THE TRANSITION GAME CAME FRONT AND CENTER.

CROCKER HAD 28 POINTS FROM THE FREE THROW LINE, LICKING ADDED 20 FROM THE STRIPE………
THE CATS WERE LED BY AUSTIN JAMES WITH 29, KEYTON COOK HAD 19, AUSTIN STEPHENS AND CHRIS BARTLING ADDED 10 EACH FOR 4 IN DOUBLES..
CROCKER WAS LED BY DAVID CARRIGER WITH 27…RIGHT BEHIND WAS FRESHMAN ADAM NEWTON WITH 25 POINTS AND 12 REBOUNDS FOR A DOUBLE DOUBLE….STEPHEN OGLE ADDED 10….

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IT’S MORE FROM THE GIRLS BRACKET TONIGHT WITH ONE ELIMINATION GAME FROM THE CONSOLATION SIDE, AND THE SATURDAY FINAL AND 3RD PLACE GAME WILL BE SET AFTER THE WINNERS BRACKET SEMI FINALS FEATURING THE TOP 4 SEEDS..
IT’S DIXON AND LAQUEY IN THE 5PM TIP OFF FROM THE CONSOLATION SIDE…WINNER MOVES TO FRIDAY’S GAME AGAINST PLATO, LOSER IS DONE IN THE TOURNAMENT AND GETS SET FOR THE REST OF THE SEASON…
THEN, TOP SEED LICKING GETS 4TH SEED CROCKER AT 6:30…..2ND SEED NEWBURG AND 3RD SEED RICHLAND MEET AT 8…..THE WINNERS PLAY FOR THE TITLE ON SATURDAY….LOSERS GO FOR 3RD…..
ALL ON 97.9 FM…..PRE GAME, ABOUT 4:45 THIS AFTERNOON…

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GIRLS HOOPS LAST NIGHT, TWO STATE RANKED TEAMS, ROLLA AND JEFF CITY GOT TOGETHER AND CLASS 5, 5TH RANKED ROLLA TOOK DOWN CLASS 6, 10TH RANKED JEFF CITY, 47-35..
REESA MARTIN AND FAITH COATES EACH HAD 11 TO LEAD THE LADY BULLDOGS…
NEXT UP, THEY GO TO THE STEPHANIE PHILLIPS CLASSIC AT KICKAPOO AND RUN INTO THE STATE RANKED LADY CHIEFS WHO COME IN AT NO. 3 IN THE STATE, AND INCARNATE WORD OUT OF ST. LOUIS, THE STATE’S NO. 1 RANKED TEAM IN CLASS 6…….
OTHER O.C. GIRLS GAMES..NEVADA 64-58 OOVER PARKVIEW
LEBANON65037 OVER ROGERSVILLE
HILLCREST 39-LAMAR 37…

BOYS
LEBANON 60-46 OF SALEM
AURORA 75-59 OVER CAMDENTON

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REPUBLIC DOMINATED THE TIGERS FIRST WRESTLING DUAL OF THE SEASON AS THEY CAME TO WAYNESVILLE AND WON ALL BUT TWO MATCHES IN A 48=9 ROUTE OF THE HOME TOWN TIGERS….
WAYNESVILLE’S WILLIAM AUSTIN A 120 POUNDS WON BY FORFEIT, AND AIDEN SMITH AT 132 POUNDS WON A 9-4 DECISION…
ALL THE REST WENT TO THE VISITING REPUBLIC TIGERS….3 BY PINS, 6 BY DECISION, AND 2 BY FORFEIT……
Well we took it on the chin last night 48-9. We have a really young team but they all fought really hard and lost some close matches. Aiden Smith is the one wrestler who pulled out a win for us 9-4, our other points came from a forfeit.
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SOCCER

THE LAQUEY HORNET’S ARE PLAYING BASKETBALL RIGHT NOW, BUT JUST A SHORT TIME AGO, MOST OF THE BASKETBALL PLAYERS WERE ON THE PITCH PLAYING SOCCER…..THE HORNETS MADE IT TO THE QUARTER FINALS BEFORE LOSING A CLOSE ONE TO FAIR GROVE…..
THE ALL CONFERENCE TEAM, AND ALL DISTRICT TEAMS WERE ANNOUNCED…NOW THE CLASS 1 ALL REGION 3 TEAM GETS THE ACCOLADES…..

LAQUEY COACH RICH HEENAN WAS CO-COACH OF THE YEAR……
SAM SWIHART, DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR WHICH MEANT FIRST TEAM DEFENSE ALL REGION…..
ETHAN LARSON, 1ST TEAM ALL REGION
GAUGE FLESCHUTE, 1ST TEAM ALL REGION

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THE ALL OZARK CONFERENCE SOCCER TEAMS HAVE BEEN RELEASED…

POY: Alex Spence OF GLENDALE
CO-OPY: Landon Keisker OF KICKAPOO
CO-OPY: Silas Allouche OF PARKVIEW
DPY: Cayden Meyer OF GLENDALE
CO-KOY: Camden Meyer OF GLENDALE
CO-KOY: Ben Fisher OF ROLLA
Coach of Year: GLENDALE’S Jeff Rogers

1st Team
First Name Last Name Year Postion School
Faheem Mujahid 11 M Waynesville
2nd Team
First Name Last Name Year Postion School
Blake Holloway 10 D Waynesville
HM
First Name Last Name Year Postion School
Antwone Fowler 11 D Waynesville
Tyrell Phinn 10 M Waynesville

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Duke’s stay at No. 1 in the AP Top 25 may not last longer than one week after the Blue Devils suffered a 71-66 loss at Ohio State on Tuesday night the day after rising to the top of the rankings. Ohio State star forward E.J. Liddell hit a contested jumper with 15 seconds remaining to put the Buckeyes ahead 69-66, and Duke freshman phenom Paolo Banchero missed a game-tying 3-pointer with three seconds left.

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The fifth and penultimate edition of the College Football Playoff Rankings was released Tuesday night with Georgia remaining the No. 1 team in the nation. The next team in the rankings was a fresh one, however, with Michigan ascending to the No. 2 spot after soundly defeating Ohio State in The Game during Rivalry Week. It is the Wolverines’ first trip to the top four since late in the 2018 season; however, UM did not make the final CFP field that year.

Alabama and Cincinnati took the final two spots entering a weekend of conference championship games.

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JUST hours remain before the end of the current collective bargaining agreement between the players union and MLB, the St. Louis Cardinals still have some options available to improve for 2022, BUT THEY’LL HAVE TO MAKE THEIR MOVES BEFORE MIDNIGHT TONIGHT WHEN THE CBA ENDS….THE OWNERS ARE EXPECTED TO LOCK OUT THE PLAYERS IF NO SETTLEMENT IS REACHED WHICH IS EXPECTED….NO DEALS ONCE THE LOCKOUT STARTS…….

 

 



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