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KFBD Sports For Wednesday November 24

THE CROCKER LIONS AND LADY LIONS HEADED TO STOVER AND BOTH CAME HOME WITH LOSSES…
THE LADY LIONS WAS NIP AND TUCK WITH STOVER COMING AWAY WITH A 1 POINTER, 45-44 OVER THE LADY LIONS…..CROCKER LED 13-11 AFTER ONE, BUT THE 2ND AND 3RD QUARTER ESPECIALLY HURT….I WAS 29-26 STOVER AT THE HALF, THEN A 10-2 RUN IN THE 3RD PUT THE LADY LIONS DOWN BY 11, THEN BY 13 IN THE FINAL STANZA, BUT CROCKER MADE A LAST GASP EFFORT WITH A 16-6 RUN IN THE 4TH, BUT FELL SHORT…
SKEYLAR LAYMAN LED WITH 14, MEGAN CAMPISE ADDED 13….AMYJAH (AH-MY-ZHA) BELT HAD 14, SANDALIN MORRIS ADDED 13….
CROCKER IS BACK IN ACTION SATURDAY AGAINST IBERIA AS THE 4 AND 5 SEEDS IN THE CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT HIT THE HARDWOOD AT LAQUEY…..
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THE CROCKER BOYS TOOK IT ON THE CHIN IN THEIR GAME…THE STOVER BULLDOGS PUT A 72-43 WHOOPIN’ ON THE LIONS AND SENT THEM HOME WITH A LOSS….

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THE HORNETS AND LADY HORNETS OF LAQUEY WENT TO CLIMAX SPRINGS TO MEET THE COUGARS AND THE HOME COOKIN’ AT THE LAKE TASTED GOOD FOR THE HOME TOWN TEAMS..

THE LADY COUGARS SCORED A 53-29 WIN OVER LAQUEY….
NONE IN DOUBLES FOR LAQUEY WHO WERE LED BY OLIVIA BOEVINGLOH WITH 8 AND ALEXIS SHELTON WITH 7….

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IN THE BOYS GAME, CLIMAX SPRINGS JUMPED OUT TO AN 18-6 LEAD AFTER ONE QUARTER, THE 2ND AND 3RD QUARTERS WERE CLOSER, BOTH WON BY THE HOME TOWNERS, IN THE END, THE COUGARS TOPPED THE HORNETS, 67-36…..
AGAIN, NO PLAYERS IN DOUBLE FIGURES FOR THE HORNETS WHO HAVE NOT BEEN AT FULL STRENGTH FOR PRACTICES BECAUSE MANY CAGERS ARE ALSO SOCCER PLAYERS AND LAQUEY JUST GOT DONE IN TEH QUARTER FINALS…THE HORNETS HAVE ONLY HAD 7 PRACTICES BEFORE LAST NIGHT’S OUTING…
BETWEEN THAT & CLIMAX RETURNING 4 STARTERS FROM A DISTRICT FINALIST TEAM MADE IT A TOUGH GO.
COACH STEVE SCHOLFIELD SAID”Feel like we are making progress but it will be slow as we need to get more practice time.”

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THE DIXON BULLDOGS SAW STEELVILLE TAKE CARE OF BUSINESS AT THEIR PLACE WITH A 69-51 VICTORY…A 3 POINT GAME AFTER ONE, 15-12, THE CARDINALS MADE IT A 13 POINT LEAD AT THE HALF, 16 AFTER 3, 56-40 AND WON IT BY 18……

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GIRLS ACTION..

THE LADY WILDCATS OF LICKING MADE THE TRIP TO CUBA AND JUMPED UP A CLASS WITH CUBA A CLASS 4 PROGRAM THIS YEAR, BUT SIZE DOES NOT MATTER TO LICKING…
COACH STEVE RISSLER’S LADY CATS RIPPED THE NET FOR A NEAR TURBO CLOCK THUMPIN’, 73-46……
HANNA MEDLOCK LED THE TEAM WITH 24, KYLIE TAYLOR ADDED 15, AND ABBY SULLINS TOSSED IN A DOZEN….
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BOYS TONIGHT….NEWBURG, WITH NEW COACH KOBE WANDS HEAD TO ST. CLAIR…

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NORWOOD ROLLED INTO PLATO AND SPOILED THE HOME COOKIN WITH A 70-52 WIN FOR THE PIRATES…
NORWOOD LED BY 6 AFTER THE FIRST 8 MINUTES, 14-8, PLATO TRIMMED IT BY 1 FOR A 5 POINT DEFICIT AT THE HALF…..NORWOOD’S 3RD QUARTER 23-11 SURGE MADE IT A 17 POINT LEAD AFTER 3 AND AN 18 POINT WIN IN THE END..

LEVI JOHNSON HAD 17 TO LEAD THE EAGLES SCORING…
WYATT COTTRELL ADDED 11….

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AROUND THE OZARK CONFERENCE..
GIRLS GAMES SAW CARTHAGE 10 POINT HILLCREST, 60-50….
SOUTHERN BOONE BEAT ROLLA 58-40..THE LADY BULLDOGS ARE WITHOUT 3 STARTERS, ALL SUFFERING INJURIES RANGING FROM A KNEE, TO AN ELBOW, AND A BACK INJURY…..
LADY BULLDOGS RETURN HOME NEXT WEEK WITH JEFF CITY COMING TO TOWN….

BOYS GAMES..
BRANSON TOPS LEBANON 59-25…
WILLARD SQUEEZES BY SPRINGFIELD CENTRAL, 64-60……

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IT WAS NOT THE BEST FOOTBALL SEASON FOR THE WAYNESVILLE TIGERS, BUT SOME POST SEASON HONORS ARE COMING TODAY FOR SEVERAL OF THE TIGERS FROM THE MISSOURI SPORTSWRITERS AND SPORTSCASTERS…
AT THEIR MEETING RECENTLY IN JEFFERSON CITY, THEY VOTED FOR THE CLASS 5 PLAYERS IN THE CENTRAL ASSOCIATION’S COVERAGE AREA WHICH INCLUDED CAMDENTON, CAPITAL CITY, COLUMBIA BATTLE, JEFF CITY HELIAS, ROLLA, SEDALIA SMITH COTTON, AND WAYNESVILLE……THE TIGERS HAD 4 FIRST TEAMERS AND 3 SECOND…..
THE TIGERS ERIC RICHARDSON WAS A FIRST TEAM TAILBACK, AIDEN McFARLAND WAS A FIRST TEAM OFFENSIVE LINEMAN…..EVAN STUBBLEFIELD MADE FIRST TEAM DEFENSIVE LINEMAN, MARIAN FIAME WAS A FIRST TEAM LINEBACKER..
2ND TEAM ALL DISTRICT FROM TIGER TOWN WAS EVANDER BRADFORD AT RUNNING BACK, NIKO FAU, OFFENSIVE LINEMAN AND DEFENSIVE BACK, CHASE THOMAS PLUMMER..

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TO MAKE THE MEDIA ALL DISTRICT TEAM, AN ALL CONFERENCE BERTH IS USUALLY A PRE REQUISIT, BUT NOT ALWAYS…
THE RELEASE OF THE MEDIA ALL DISTRICT TEAM TODAY AND LATE YESTERDAY, THE ALL OZARK CONFERENCE FOOTBALL TEAM WAS RELEASED……

ALL OZARK CONFERENCE FOOTBALL 2021

Offensive POY: Dagen Kenslow – West Plains
CO-Defensive POY: Cooper Roy – Glendale
CO-Defensive POY: Logan Lybarger – Lebanon
Coach of the Year: Will Christian – Lebanon

FROM THE WAYNESVILLE TIGERS…..
FIRST TEAM OFFENSE
RB SR. Eric Richardson

HONORABLE MENTION
OL SR. Aidan McFarland
OL JR. Niko Fau
RB JR. Evander Bradford
DT SR. Evan Stubblefield
LB SR. Marion Fiame
DB JR. Chase Thomas-Plummer

THE COMPLETE ALL OZARK CONFERENCE TEAM CAN BE FOUND ON MYOZARKSONLINE.COM, A LITTLE LATER TODAY….

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FOOTBALL ROLLS ON THE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY AFTER THANKSGIVING….

THE FINALS IN CLASS 6 IS SET FOR THIS SATURDAY…….
CBC AND LIBERTY NORTH MEET AT 1PM ON SATURDAY AT FAROUT FIELD IN COLUMBIA FOR THE TITLE…. THIS IS A BATTLE OF OPPOSIT SIDES OF THE STATE…CHRISTIAN BROS. COLLEGE OF ST. LOUIS, AND LIBERTY NORTH OF KANSAS CITY……

CLASS 5 SEMI FINALS…FRIDAY NIGHT AT 6, FT. OSAGE OF THE K.C. AREA TRAVELS TO WENTZVILLE TO MEET THE HOLT INDIANS….
SATURDAY AT 1, JACKSON FROM THE CAPE GIRARDEAU AREA MOTORS ACROSS THE STATE TO WEBB CITY IN SOUTHWEST MISSOURI…

CLASS 4, FRIDAY AFTERNOON AT 1:30, COUNTRY DAY OF ST. LOUIS WILL PLAY HOST TO SMITHVILLE FROM THE K.C. AREA…..SATURDAY AT 1, HANNIBAL WILL TRAVEL TO NORTH COUNTY IN BONN TERRE…

CLASS 3 HAS BOTH SEMI’S ON SATURDAY THE 27TH AT 2PM…… ST. MARY’S OF ST. LOUIS IS HOSTING THE MEXICO BULLDOGS….ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE STATE, ST. PIUS OF KANSAS CITY HOSTS CARDINAL RITTER OF ST. LOUIS……

CLASS 2 AND BOTH SEMI’S ARE SATURDAY……LUTHERAN ST. CHARLES IS HOSTING LAFAYETTE COUNTY IN A 2 PM KICKOFF……RICHMOND MAKES THEIR WAY TO SOUTHWEST MISSOURI TO MEET THE LAMAR TIGERS IN A 1 PM START..

CLASS 1 FOOTBALL AND BOTH KICKOFF SATURDAY AT 1PM..
HAYTI TRAVELS TO MARCELINE……THAYER LOADS THE BUS AND HEADS NORTHWEST TO EAST BUCHANAN BETWEEN KANSAS CITY AND ST. JOE…

8 MAN FOOTBALL IS SET FOR THEIR SEMI’S ON FRIDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING…..WORTH COUNTY TRAVELS TO NORTH SHELBY FOR A 2PM KICKOFF FRIDAY……..DREXEL GOES TO KING CITY FOR A DATE UNDER THE FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS AT 7……

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THE UNDEFEATED MISSOURI TIGER WOMEN STAY THAT WAY, AFTER THEIR 76-63 WIN OVER TROY, EXTENDING ITS WIN STREAK TO FIVE GAMES. THOUGH TROY CAME TO THE THE COURT WITH AN AVERAGE OF 14 MORE REBOUNDS THAN ITS OPPONENTS EVERY GAME, MISSOURI STILL MANAGED TO OUTREBOUND THE TEAM BY FOUR, WITH THEIR STRONG DEFENSE. MISSOURI WILL PLAY NEXT IN THE CHRISTMAS CITY BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT.

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The fourth edition of the College Football Playoff Rankings was released Tuesday night with Georgia remaining the No. 1 team in the nation. The rest of the top four saw a shakeup, however, with Ohio State jumping two spots to No. 2 and Alabama sliding down one to No. 3. With Oregon being blasted at Utah on Saturday, the Ducks fell out of the top four entirely with Cincinnati finally breaking through in the last slot.

The Bearcats, at 11-0 with two Power Five wins, became the first Group of Five program to be placed among the top four in the CFP Rankings. Cincinnati has made history all season as the highest-ranked Group of Five program in the process but now appear to have a legitimate opportunity to make the playoff.

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If there was any doubt over whether No. 1 Gonzaga truly deserved the top spot in the AP Top 25 following the departure of key players such as Corey Kispert, Jalen Suggs and Joel Ayayi’s (eye yi eye) from last season’s national runner-up team, the Bulldogs erased it in emphatic fashion on Tuesday night. Gonzaga thrashed No. 2 UCLA 83-63 on a neutral floor at the Empire Classic in Las Vegas to firmly establish itself as the team to beat in college basketball with more than four months to play until a new national champion is crowned.

 


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