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KFBD Sports Monday September 20

IT WAS HOMECOMING AT TIGER STADIUM AND A TALE OF TWO HALVES WITH LEBANON OWNING THE FIRST AND FINALLY, THE GAME IN A 58-20 VICTORY OVER THE TIGERS..
WE VISIT WITH COACH JOE HAYNES COMING UP..

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VOLLEYBALL

THE LADY WILDCATS OF LICKING PLAYED A MARATHON ON SATURDAY AND AFTER 15 SETS, AND 6 MATCHES, THEY CAME AWAY CHAMPIONS OF THE CABOOL TOURNAMENT..
THE LADY CATS DEFEATED MTN. GROVE, HOUSTON, NEOSHO, COUCH AND SALEM…THEIR ONLY MATCH ON LOSS SIDE WAS WINONA, BUT A 5-1 RECORD ON SATURDAY WAS GOOD FOR THE GOLD…

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IN SOFTBALL FRIDAY…
6TH RANKED IBERIA GOT A WALK OFF IN THE 8TH INNINGS IN A 6-4 WIN OVER NEELEYVILLE……
TIED AT 4 IN THE BOTTOM OF THE 8TH, IBERIA PUT TWO RUNNERS IN SCORING POSITION AND KINLEE COCHRAN GOT ONE IN TEH ZONE AND DELIVERED A 2 RUN SINGLE FOR THE WIN..
THE HIT ALSO MADE A WINNER OUT OF COCHRAN WHO WAS THE PITCHER OF RECORD IN THE CIRCLE.
THE RIGHTHANDER WENT THE DISTANCE, ALLOWING 4 RUNS ON TEN HITS WHILE STRIKING OUT EIGHT.
NELLEVILLE SCORED 3 OF THE THEIR 4 RUNS IN THE FIRST INNING FORCING THE ALDY RANGERS TOO PLAY CATCH-UP, AND THAT THEY DID…
THE LADY RANGERS BANGED OUT 16 HITS… HAYLEE HUMPHREY, KINLEE COCHRAN, HARPER ROLLINS, CHLOE EDWARDS, AND LANEY HALLEY ALL COLLECTED MULTIPLE HITS FOR THE RANGERS. HUMPHREY HAD 3…..BOTH THE LADY RANGERS AND NEELEYVILLE PLAYED ERROR FREE BASEBALL…

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LAQUEY WENT TO SEYMORE FRIDAY AND KNOCKED OFF THE HOST LADY TIGERS, 9-3 IN SOFTBALL AND RODE HOME WITH SMILES ON THEIR FACES AND ANOTHER WIN….

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VIENNA 18-0 OVER NEWBURG IN PHELPS COUNTY.

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STOUTLAND LOST A PAIR AT THE 12 TEAM RAKE AT THE LAKE TOURNAMENT AT MACKS CREEK FRIDAY, BOTH TO LARGER SCHOOLS..
NIXA TOOK CARE OF THE LADY TIGERS 16-0 IN THEIR FIRST GAME…SOUTHERN BOONE SCORES AN 18-0 WIN IN THE NIGHT CAP OVER THE LADY TIGERS…..
THE LADY TIGERS RETURNED SATURDAY AND LOST A 19-1 CONTEST TO OSAGE….

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BASEBALL:

SOME MIS-INFORMATION ON SATURDAY AND A CORRECTION TODAY…
Bouncing back from a tough loss against Iberia, the Licking Wildcats posted a 9-5 win over Belle on Friday night at home.
The Wildcats jumped to a 3-0 lead after three innings.. Belle answered with two runs in the top of the fourth to pull within a run. When Licking answered with a run of its own in the bottom of the inning, Belle promptly tied the game 4-4 with two tallies in the fifth
From that juncture, Licking pulled away and ran their record to 11-2 with the victory. The Wildcat offense managed just six hits but took advantage of six walks and four Belle errors.
Austin Stephens was 3-for-4 at the plate to pace offense for Licking. Malachi Antle, Cole Wallace, and Kannon Buckner all recorded two runs-batted-in on the evening. Rusty Buckner went 1-for-3 with a RBI and Keyton Cook was 1-for-2 with two runs scored while Keyton Rinne reached base three times and scored twice.
Cook picked up the win in relief of starter Carter Sullins. Sullins pitched into the fourth and gave two runs on five hits and fanned four.
Cook struck out four in three and one-third innings of work. He was charged with two runs on three hits.

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THE PLATO EAGLES RUINED THE HOME COOKIN’ AT SUMMERSVILLE LAST NIGHT WITH A 12-9 VICTORY OVER THE WILDCATS….

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IBERIA HOSTED STOUTLAND ON THE BASEBALL DIAMOND AT HOOPER FIELD AND KNOCKED OFF THE TIGERS 9-5….
HUNTER PIGGOTT STARTED AND PICKED UP THE WIN. HE WENT 6 1/3 INNINGS, ALLOWED 8 HITS, 1 EARNED RUN, AND STRUCK OUT 2. HE WAS RELIEVED BY KADEN LAWSON.
IBERIA WENT UP 1-0 AFTER ONE…STOUTLAND PUT UP A 3 SPOT IN THE 2ND BEFORE IBERIA RE-TOOK THE LEAD WITH 7 IN THE 3RD..THE TIGERS GOT 1 IN THE 5TH AND ANOTHER IN THE 7TH WHILE IBERIA INCREASED THEIR LEAD WITH ONE IN THE 6TH AND DIDN’T NEED THE 7TH…..

KADEN LAWSON WAS 3-3 WITH A DOUBLE..BRADY BLANKENSHIP DOUBLED AND DROVE IN A RUN…JAYDIN ROWDEN COLLECTED TWO HITS AND DROVE IN ONE….
LOGAN SEEL, HAIDEN MARTIN AND EVAN RIEMENSNIDER EACH DROVE IN A RUN FOR THE RANGERS.

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BACK TO FOOTBALL……

THE OTHER OZARK CONFERENCE GAMES.
ROLLA BURIED HILLCREST, 56-6……
2ND RANKED WEST PLAINS TAKES OUT CAMDENTON 53-21.
GLENDALE WAS A 42-27 WINNER OVER BOLIVAR
KICKAPOO BLANKED PARKVIEW 40-0…..

CLASS 5 DISTRICT 5:
BRANSON 58-28 OVER NEOSHO
STATE RANLED MARIONVILLE BLEW OUT SPRINGFIELD CENTRAL, 48-0…

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TODAY

A HUGE CROSS MEET IN PLATO TODAY HAS AT LEAST 17 TEAMS IN TOWN INCLUDING CROCKER, DIXON, LAQUEY, LICKING AND STOUTLAND FROM THE FRISCO LEAGUE..

TENNIS TODAY HAS WAYNESVILLE IN SPRINGFIELD WITH PARKVIEW AND HILLCREST…

SOFTBALL:
LAQUEY’S AT CROCKER
ST. JAMES AT DIXON
OSAGE AT IBERIA.

BASEBALL:
CROCKER AT DIXON
IBERIA AT CONWAY
LICKING AT LAQUEY
BELLE AT NEWBURG

SOCCER HAS:
BELLE AT CROCKER
IBERIA AT COLE CAMP

VOLLEYBALL SEES DIXON AT PLATO

GOLF HAS THE CROCKER LADY LIONS AT OSAGE

FOOTBALL, ONLY THE J.V. TIGERS PLAY TONIGHT AND THEY’RE AT LEBANON…

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STL

IT WAS back to back broom breakouts THAT has given the ST. LOUIS cardinals a little breathing room in the wild card race, but SEVERAL games with division LEADING milwaukee are coming up…HERE’S JOHN ROONEY WITH THE RE-CAP.

ST. LOUIS IS IN SOLE POSSESSION OF 2ND PLACE IN THE CENTRAL DIVISION 11 1/2 BEHIND MILWAUKEE, WHO HAVE CLINCHED A PLAYOFF SPOT…
THE REDBIRDS ARE 3 UP ON
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SPRINGBIRDS LOST 8-4 TO WRAP UP THEIR SEASON..SPRINGFIELD FINISHED AT 45-75, 30 GAMES UNDER 500, BUT HAD SEVERAL PROMOTED TO THE TRIPLE A LEVEL, SAW A FEW ST. LOUIS CARDINALS DO SOME RE-HAB WORK IN TEH QUEEN CITY, BUT THE MOST IMPORTANT THING OF ALL, BASEBALL GAMES RETURNED TO THE MINOR LEAGUES THIS YEAR AFTER A PANDEMIC DROUGHT IN 2020…..

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CHIEFS

The Baltimore Ravens overcame a slow start and ended the night with their first victory over Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs in a thrilling 36-35 comeback victory in baltimore.
THE CHIEFS HAD THE BALL IN FIELD GOAL TERRITORY WHEN RB CLYDE EDWARDS-HALAIR FUMBLED, BALTIMORE RECOVERED AND RAN OUT THE CLOCK.
THE CHIFS DEFENSE FULL OF HOLES…THEY ALLOWED 6.1 YARDS A CARRY TO BALTIMORE….THE RAVENS RACKED UP 482 YARDS TOTAL OFFENSE, THAT INCLUDED 31 FIRST DOWNS….
RECEIVERS WERE LEFT WIDE OPEN AT TIMES, AND THE CHIEFS WERE ONE OF 6 IN THIRD DOWN CONVERSIONS…


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