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KFBD Sports Friday December 3rd

THE WINNERS SIDE OF THE BOYS BRACKET AT THE FRISCO LEAGUE TOURNAMENT IS SET AFTER LAST NIGHT’S SEMI’S…..
STOUTLAND 58-57 OVER NEWBURG IN O.T.

FIRST, THERE WAS AN ELIMINATION GAME AND IT WENT TO OVERTIME BEFORE STOUTLAND OUTLASTED NEWBURG, 58-57….
STOUTLAND RACED OUT TO A 16-5 LEAD AFTER ONE, AND BY 10 AT THE HALF..NEWBURG MADE IT A 2 POINT GAME AFTER 3 AND TIED IT AT THE END OF REGULATION THANKS TO OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS AND GETTING 2ND AND 3RD CHANCES AT THE BASKET AND CONNECTED….IN THE OVERTIME, STOUTLAND BUILT UP A 5 POINT ADVANTAGE, BUT NEWBURG CAME BACK AGAIN, BUT FELL SHY..A KEY FOR THE TIGERS WAS JAYDEN PENDERGRASS….THE 5-9 JR. PLAYED LIKE 6-11 POST PLAYER PULLING DOWN 18 REBOUNDS AND HAD 26 POINTS TO LEAD THE TIGERS….
STOUTLAND COACH JOE NICHOLSON SAID PENDERGRASS WAS A HUGE FACTOR IN THE “W”……..

THE TIGERS HAD LUKE ASH TOSS DOWN 13..
NEWBURG WAS LED BY COLTON POUND WITH 25, GUNNER POUND ENDS WITH 17 AND 10 BOARDS FOR A DOUBLE DOUBLE….

STOUTLAND COMES BACK TONIGHT TO FACE CROCKER THIS EVENING AT 8:30 IN AN ELIMINATION GAME AND THE RIGHT TO COME BACK SATURDAY….

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DIXON 58-48 OVER PLATO

THE DIXON BULLDOGS HELD ON FOR A 58-48 VICTORY OVER THE PLATO EAGLES IN ANOTHER THAT HAD OVERTIME WRITTEN ALL OVER IT…..A 7 POINT LEAD AT TEH BREAK, THE EAGLES GOT THE DEFICIT TO WITHIN 3 AT TIMES IN THE 2ND HALF BUT COULD NOT TOP THE HILL AS THE TEAMS TRADED BASKETS AND DIXON KEPT PLATO AT ARMS LENGTH, THANKS TO THE PERIMITTER SHOOTING…..
PLATO HIT 44% OF THEIR SHOTS, DIXON 33%, AND WHILE PLATO OWNED THE BOARDS WITH A 39-20 ADVANTAGE, DIXON KEPT THEIR TURNOVERS IN SINGLE DIGITS AND THAT PAYS OFF IN THE END…
33 OF THE 58 POINTS FROM DIXON CAME FROM BEYOND THE ARC…..DIXON COACH LOGAN RAY SAID THEY HAD TO RELEY ON THEIR OUTSIDE GAME, AND THE BULLDOGS KNOCKED THEM DOWN..

 

DRAKE YOUNG LEAD THE DAWGS WITH 16 POINTS, MATT BARNETT ADDED 10…THE OTHERS STEPPED UP WHEN PLATO DOUBLE AND TRIPLE TEAMED C.J. THILTGEN AND THAT’S WHAT GOOD TEAMS DO..

PLATO WAS LED BY GRAM TODD AND LANE JOHNSON WITH 12 EACH…JOHNSON PULLED DOWN A 17 REBOUNDS……
DIXON PLAYS FOR THE TITLE SATURDAY, 4TH SEED PLATO GOES FOR 3RD…

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RICHLAND 91-66 OVER LICKING

2ND SEED RICHLAND MOVED TO THE TITLE GAME WITH SOME ABOVE THE RIM BASKETBALL LAST NIGHT IN A 91-66 WIN OVER THE LICKING WILDCATS…THEY NEVER TURNED ON THE TURBO CLOCK, BUT HAD THE LEAD AT 30 A COUPLE TIMES BEFORE THE WILDCATS CAME BACK…IT WAS 40-19 AT THE HALF AND RICHLAND COULD DO NO WRONG…THEIR SHOTS WERE FALLING HITTING AT A 61% CLIP, THEY ONLY HAD 3 OR 4 TURNOVERS, AND THE OWNED THE BOARDS…THE FEARON BROTHERS HAD THE FANS OUT OF THEIR SEATS WITH SOME 2 HANDED DUNKS, AND SOME ONE HANDED TOMAHAWK JAMS…..

VETERAN RICHLAND COACH BILL BROWN, WHO’S BEEN AT THIS FOR 30 PLUS YEARS SAID THEY SPENT TIME PREPARING FOR THE WILDCATS….

VESTON FEARON LED THE BEARS WITH 25, TREVOR BLACK HAD 21, DAVETON FEARON ADDED 14, AND CHASE OTTO DROPPED IN 11…
KEYTON COOK HAD 15 TO LEAD LICKING, CARTER SULLINS ADDED 12……

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TODAY AND TONIGHT, THE CONSOLATION SEMI FINALS ON BOTH SIDES OF THE BRACKET…4 TEAMS SAY GOODBYE, 4 COME BACK FOR THE TROPHEY GAMES TOMORROW….
AT 4, THE GIRLS FROM STOUTLAND AND IBERIA HIT THE HARDWOOD….LAQUEY AND PLATO HOOK UP AT 5:30…WINNERS COME BACK TOMORROW AT 12 NOON FOR SOME HARDWARE, LOSERS ARE GONE..

THE BOYS CONSOLATION SEMI’S FOLLOW AT 7 AND 8:30..
LAQUEY AND IBERIA FIRST, THEN STOUTLAND AND CROCKER…
AGAIN, WINNERS PLAY IN THE 1:30 CONSOLATION FINAL TOMORROW…LOSERS ARE WATCHING……

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OZARK CONFERENCE TEAMS IN ACTION YESTERDAY.
GIRLS: BERGMAN ARKANSAS 47-20 OVER GLENDALE

FAIR GROVE GIRLS TRNY:
FAIR GROVE 69-55 OVER WEST PLAINS
LEBANON58-44 OVER AVA

ROGERS TRNY IN ARKANSAS:
CAMDENTON 60-57 OVER ROGERS

BOYS.
PARKVIEW TRNY
KICKAPOO 63-56 OVER RAYTOWN
PARKVIEW 60-49 OVER LEE’S SUMMIT WEST

REPUBLIC BOYS TRNY
LIBERTY 49-43 OVER ROLLA

WILLARD TRNY
BOLIVAR 64-33 OVER SMITH COTTON…

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THE WAYNESVILLE LADY TIGERS ARE IN THE
CARTHAGE GIRLS POOL PLAY TOURNAMENT THIS WEEK..THEY LOST TO WEBB CITY ON WEDNESDAY IN THEIR FIRST POOL GAME..SUNRISE CHRISTIAN BEAT WEBB CITY LAST NIGHT, 38-23, SO THE LADY TIGERS PLAY SUNRISE CHRISTIAN OUT OF KANSAS THIS AFTERNOON AT 5:30……THE OUTCOME DEPENDS WHERE WAYNESVILLE WILL PLAY TOMORROW…IT WILL BE 11, 12:30 OR 2PM….
THE OTHER POOL SAW MILLER BEAT SPRINGDALE ARKANSAS”S HAR-BER, 41-34…..

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THE WAYNESVILLE TIGERS HAVE ADDED ANOTHER GAME TO THEIR SCHEDULE AND IT’S ANOTHER ROAD TRIP TO THE ST. LOUIS AREA….THEY GO UP AGAINST HAZELWOOD CENTRAL AT 10 AM ON SATURDAY MORNING……..

THE TIGER WRESTLERS ARE IN ACTION TOMORROW..
THE BOYS HEAD TO THE BOLIVAR DUAL.
THE LADY TIGERS ARE IN THE MARSHFIELD DUAL TNRY.

THE LADY TIGER SWIM TEAM PARTICIPATES IN THE PARKVIEW VALKRIE INVITE IN SPRINGFIELD….

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FOOTBALL FINALS IN CLASSES 1 THRU 5 WRAP UP TODAY AND TOMORROW…

LAST NIGHT, 8 MAN FOOTBALL CROWNED THEIR CHAMP AND DREXEL OUTLASTED WORTH COUNTY, 48-42 FOR THE TITLE….

TODAY, 3 GAMES AT FAROUT FIELD IN COLUMBIA..

AT 11 AM, CLASS 4 HITS THE TURF..
THE HANNIBAL PIRATES, WHO ELIMINATED WEST PLAINS, ONE OF THE BEST THIS SEASON WILL SQUARE OFF AGAINST SMITHVILLE IN A BATTLE OF CROSS STATE TEAMS..SMITHVILLE IS FROM THE K.C. AREA WHILE HANNIBAL IS A MISSISSIPPI RIVER TOWN IN NORTHEAST MISSOURI…..

AT 3 THIS AFTERNOON, CLASS 2 STRAPS IT ON WITH PERRENIAL POWER LAMAR AND ST. CHARLES LUTHERAN……

THEN AT 7 TONIGHT, IT’S CLASS 5…….WEBB CITY, WHO TOOK DOWN LEBANON TO ADVANCE WILL FACE THE HOLT INDIANS OUT OF WENTZVILLE…
WEBB CITY WAS A CLASS 4 POWERHOUSE FOR YEARS, GOT BUMPED TO CLASS 5 LAST YEAR, MADE THE SEMI’S, AND NOW THE FINALS IN 21-22….

SATURDAY AT 11, CLASS 3 HITS THE PLASTIC GRASS IN COLUMBIA….IT WILL BE ST. MARY’S OF ST. LOUIS AND ST. PIUS OF KANSAS CITY IN THE FINALS IN ANOTHER CROSS STATE BATTLE…

THEN AT 3 ON SATURDAY, FOOTBALL COMES TO A CLOSE WHEN CLASS 1 WRAPS UP WITH MARCELINE AND EAST BUCHANAN……

CHRISTIAN BROS. COLLEGE PREP OF ST. LOUIS WON THE CLASS 6 TITLE LAST FRIDAY….

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Things didn’t start out on an ideal note for either offense, with both teams stumbling due to a mix of good defense and poor execution en route to the Dallas Cowboys handing the New Orleans Saints a 27-17 loss at Caesars Superdome on Thursday night, and despite the absence of head coach Mike McCarthy, who tested positive for COVID-19 earlier in the week.

 



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