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KFBD Sports For Wednesday September 1

THE RAINS DID STAY AWAY YESTERDAY, AND IT TURNED OUT TO BE A BUSY DAY IN PREP SPORTS..

AFTER SPLITTING AT MORRISVILLE OVER THE WEEKEND, THE 2 AND 2 WAYNESVILLE SOFTBALL TIGERS ARE NOW 3-2 AFTER WINNING THEIR HOME OPENER, 9-6 OVER HILLCREST YESTERDAY…
EMMA RAY PICKS UP THE WIN AND WAS TOUGH TO HIT….SHE FANNED 18 ON THE NIGHT…..
ABBY HILLMAN SINGLED, DOUBLED, SCORED 3 AND DROVE IN 2 RUNS….ALYSSA HILLMAN AND EMMA RAY EACH HAD 2 HITS………LADY TIGERS HOST WEST PLAINS TOMORROW…

SOME OF THE OTHER OZARK CONFERENCE GAMES:
KICKAPOO SHUT OUT ROLLA 4-0…
LEBANON BURY’S PARKVIEW 18-1.
GLENDALE BEAT WEST PLAINS, 11-6…
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THE FRISCO LEAGUE TOURNAMENT SOFTBALL AT DIXON HAS THE FINALS SET….
TOP SEED IBERIA CAME OUT FIRING ON ALL CYLINDERS AND KNOCKED OFF STOUTLAND 12-1….
AFTER SCORING 1 IN THE FIRST, THE LADY RANGERS PLATED 5 IN THE 5TH AND CRUISED…
SINGLES BY ATIERA ROWDEN AND CHOLE EDWARDS, AND A HAYLEE HUMPHREY DOUBLE WERE THE KEY HITS.
IBERIA RACKED UP 11 HITS….ROWDEN, EDWARDS AND ADDISON WILLIAMS ALL HAD 2 HITS IN THE GAME.
ACELYN BAUER PICKS UP THE WIN IN THE CIRCLE..THE FIREBALLER SURRENDERED ONE RUN ON FOUR HITS OVER FIVE INNINGS, STRIKING OUT SIX WITH NO WALKS…

MADISON COOLEY TOOK THE LOSS FOR STOUTLAND ALLOWING 7 HITS AND 7 RUNS OVER 4 INNINGS, SHE FANNED 4…

DIXON RUN RULED LAQUEY, 15-0…..
MADDIE RYAN GOT THE WIN STRIKING OUT 8 AND ALLOWING 3 HITS WHILE WALKING 1.
COURTNEY SCOTT LED THE RBI PARADE WITH 3…
EMMA THILTGEN HAD 3 HITS AND DROVE HOME 2 RUNS..
TRISTEN LIPSOMB COLLECTED 2 HITS AND DROVE HOME 2..
KYLI BALLARD,ABBY OVERSHON, AND KINSLEY LIPSCOMB ALL DROVE HOME A RUN..
3 LAQUEY STARTERS COULD NOT PLAY DUE TO UNFORSEEN CIRCUMSTANCES.

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RICHLAND WON THE CONSOLATION NIGHT CAP, 19-6 OVER NEWBURG…

THAT SETS UP THE FINALS ON THURSDAY..
CROCKER AND RICHLAND PLAY FOR THE CONSOLATION…
STOUTLAND AND LAQUEY BATTLE FOR 3RD…
TOP SEED IBERIA AND 2ND SEED DIXON HOOK UP FOR THE TITLE….
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THE CLASS 1 DEFENDING STATE CHAMP VIENNA LADY EAGLES BEAT UP ON ST. JAMES YESTERDAY, 18-6…

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SOME OF THE BASEBALL SCHEDULED FOR YESTERDAY DID NOT GET DONE DUE TO WET FIELDS…
MACKS CREEK WAS ONE OF THE FIELDS THAT WAS TOO WET TO PLAY…THEIR GAME WITH IBERIA COULD GET RE-SCHEDULED, SO FOR NOW, IT’S PENDING…

A WET FIELD AT VIENNA CAUSED THE EAGLES TO LOSE MONDAY’S GAME WITH TUSCUMBIA, AND YESTERDAY’S GAME WITH LAQUEY…..

STOUTLAND AT CONWAY WAS ALSO CANCELLED…

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THEY DID PLAY AT LICKING YESTERDAY AND THE HOMETOWN WILDCATS WON THEIR THIRD IN A ROW WITH A 7-4 VICTORY OVER HARTVILLE AT DEER LICK PARK.
ELIJAH ULLOM OPENED ON THE MOUND FOR LICKING. THE DEFENSE WAS LESS THAN STELLAR BEHIND ULLOM AND PERMITTED THREE UNEARNED RUNS TO HARTVILLE.
LICKING COACH HARV ANTLE SAID
“Elijah did his job, but our defense didn’t.”
FOLLOWING A PITCHING CHANGE IN THE SECOND INNING, LICKING TIED THE GAME WITH TWO RUNS IN THE BOTTOM OF THE SECOND AND ONE IN THE THIRD, THEN TOOK THE LEAD WITH 2 IN THE 4TH, THEN ICED IT WHEN KEYTON COOK TRIPLED WITH ONE OUT IN THE SIXTH AND RODE HOME ON A RUSTY BUCKNER SINGLE…BUCKNER WENT TO SECOND ON A THROWING ERROR ON THE PLAY. KEYTON RINNE RIPPED A SINGLE TO FINISH THE SCORING AND PUT LICKING IN FRONT 7-4.

SILAS ANTLE WORKED AROUND A COUPLE OF BASERUNNERS IN THE SEVENTH TO SECURE THE WIN. ANTLE WAS THE THIRD AND FINAL PITCHER OF THE NIGHT AND, HE GOT THE WIN WITH FOUR INNINGS OF NO HIT BALL THAT INCLUDED SIX STRIKEOUTS.

CARTER SULLINS RELIEVED IN THE SECOND AND WORKED ONE AND ONE-THIRD SCORELESS INNINGS BEFORE TURNING THE GAME OVER TO ANTLE. ANTLE ALSO PACED THE OFFENSE WITH A 2-FOR-4 NIGHT AT THE PLATE.
BUCKNER WAS 2-FOR-2 WITH TWO RUNS SCORED. COOK TRIPLED, STOLE A BASE AND SCORED TWICE WHILE RINNE HAD A BIG NIGHT GOING 2-FOR-4 WITH A DOUBLE AND 2 RBIS.
LICKING (3-1) TRAVELS TO WINONA ON THURSDAY BEFORE RETURNING HOME TO HOST ALTON ON FRIDAY.

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NEWBURG WENT TO PLATO AND FOR THE 2ND TIME IN 4 DAYS, THE PLATO EAGLES KNOCKED OFF THE WOLVES….IT WAS A 20-0 SHUT OUT AT NEWBURG SATURDAY IN TOURNAMENT PLAY, AND LAST NIGHT, PLATO GOT IT DONE WITH A 15-0 RUN RULE SHUT OUT…

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SWIMMING

THE WAYNESVILLE SWIM TEAM OPENED THEIR SEASON YESTERDAY AND MADE STATE CONSIDERATION ON 2 EVENTS AT THE SPRINGFIELD RELAY’S…TO MAKE STATE, IT’S DETERMINED BY TIMES IN THE EVENT..
THE TIGERS MADE A GREAT SHOWING TODAY FOR THE ALL RELAYS MEET! TYLER NEWSOM, COLTEN SHULTZ, JACOB DYE, AND BAILEY RAINES MADE UP THE 200 FREE RELAY, NEEDED TO SWIM 2:07.77 FOR STATE CONSIDERATION, SMASHED IT WITH A 1:47.90…
IN ANOTHER RELAY EVENT, A TIME OF 4:37.37 WAS NEEDED TO MAKE STATE CONSIDERATION, BAILEY RAINES, DOMINIC LEONE, BRENDEN HICKMAN, AND TYLER NEWSOM FINISHED WITH A 4:34.56 TO SLIDE IN ON STATE CONSIDERATION..

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SOCCER

IT WAS A THRILLING FINISH FOR THE WAYNESVILLE SOCCER TIGERS….
THEY HOSTED THE OZARK CONFERENCE NEWEST MEMBER, BOLIVAR, AND CLIPPED THE LIBERATORS, 3-2 AT THE ANDERSON SOCCER FIELD….

OTHER OZARK CONFERENCE SOCCER OUTINGS.
WEST PLAINS SHUT OUT GREENWOOD 6-0
GLENDALE BLEW OUT LEBANON 9-0…
ROLLA BLANKED CAMDENTON 1-0…
SPRINGFIELD CENTRAL GOT BY PARKVIEW 3-2….

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VOLLEYBALL SAW LICKING TRAVEL TO HOUSTON AND THE LADY TIGERS LAID A 3 GAME SWEEP ON LICKING WINNING 25-15, 25-23, AND 25-22…..

OZARK CONFERENCE TEAMS ON GYM FLOOR LAST NIGHT FOR VOLLEYBALL,
LEBANON SWEEPS REPUBLIC IN 3..
BOLIVAR NEED ONLY 3 TO KNOCK OFF OSCEOLA..
CENTRAL NEEDED 5 TO BEAT REEDS SPRING, 3 TO 2…
HILLCREST KNOCKED OFF WILLOW SPRINGS…..

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A SOMEWHAT LIGHT DAY IN HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS WHICH IS COMMON FOR WEDNESDAY’S..
BASEBALL HAS LAQUEY AT CROCKER…
GOLF HAS THE WAYNESVILLE LADY TIGERS OPENING THEIR SEASON AT THE LAKER INVITATIONAL AT CAMDENTON..

CROSS COUNTRY SEES LICKING AT WINONA…

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STL
KEVIN WHEELER HAS THE REDBIRD UPDATE WITH A DOUBLE HEADER TODAY STARTING

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THE SPRINGFIELD CARDINALS LOST TO THE TULSA DRILLERS 15-2 TO OPEN A 6 GAME SERIES IN TULSA YESTERDAY.
he St. Louis Cardinals have announced RHP Dakota Hudson is expected to make a rehab start with Springfield on Thursday, September 2 in Tulsa.
the St. Louis Cardinals have announced RHP Dakota Hudson is expected to make a rehab start with Springfield on TOMORROW, September 2 in Tulsa.

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ROYALS

HISTORY WAS MADE AT THE “k” LAST NIGHT….
Amed Rosario became the first player on record to go 5-for-5 with five RBI, an inside-the-park homer and a drive over the fence, and the Cleveland Indians beat the Kansas City Royals 7-2 Tuesday night.

 


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