KFBD Sports Thu July 8
IBERIA’S DEIDRA ROBERTSON AND WAYNESVILLE’S VICTORIA HOOKER CONTINUE PLAY TODAY AND WILL BE PAIRED WITH KATHY HAEFNER OF REPUBLIC FOR AN 8:20 TEE TIME THIS MORNING AT THE MISSOURI GOLF ASSOCIATION’S WOMENS AMATURE AND MID AMATURE TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONSHIPS AT THE KETH MEMORIAL GOLF COURSE IN WARRENSBURG…
YESTERDAY, DIEDRA ROBERTSON TOOK 3 STROKES OFF HER FIRST DAY TOTAL CARDING AN 87 AND COMING INTO THE CLUBHOUSE WITH A 2 DAY TOTAL OF 177..
VICTORIA HOOKER WENT THE OTHER WAY CARDING A 100 FOR A 2 DAY TOTAL OF 187.
JENNA SHELL OF OSAGE BEACH ADDED 4 STROKES TO HER FIRST DAY FOR A 2 DAY TOTAL OF 168 AND TEES OFF THIS MORNING AT 8:30…
MARLEE EDGEMANN OF MARSHFIELD IMPROVED 13 STROKES FROM DAY ONE’S TOTAL OF 87, TO A 74 YESTERDAY AND HER 2 DAY TOTAL OF 161 GETS HERE A 9:10 TEE TIME THIS MORNING…
THE LEADER AFTER 2 DAYS IS MICHELLE BUTLER OF COLUMBIA..SHE’S 7 UNDER PAR WITH A 2 DAY TOTAL OF 133…..FIRST DAY LEADER SARA BELL OF JACKSON IS IN 2ND, CARDING A 5 UNDER 135….
ABBY GLYNN OF TOPEKA KANSAS IS IN 3RD AT 1 UNDER, 139…
THE UPCOMING SCHEDULES FOR HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS ARE AVAILABLE FOR VIEWING ON THE MSHSAA WEB PAGE, BUT ARE ALL SUBJECT TO CHANGE……
we’re spending some time checking in with the area school districts and see who’s opening at home, on the road, and who’s opening on the first day of the fall sports season, friday, august 27th…
YESTERDAY we were at crocker, and as we run down the frisco league, we do so in alphabetical order so today, we check in with the schedules of the bulldogs and lady bulldogs of dixon…
THE DIXON BOYS SOCCER TEAM WILL OPEN ON THAT FIRST DAY, THE 27TH AT THE LEBANON TOURNAMENT AND WILL GO BACK THE NEXT DAY….
THE BULLDOG BASEBALL TEAM WILL ALSO OPEN ON THE 27TH AT THE CONWAY FALL CLASSIC….
THE FOLLOWING MONDAY, THE DIXON LADY BULLDOGS WILL JOIN 6 OTHERS IN THE ANNUAL FRISCO LEAGUE SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT…..DIXON IS HOSTING THIS YEAR….
THE LADY BULLDOG VOLLEYBALLERS OPEN AT STEELVILLE ON SEPT. 3RD.
THE CROSS COUNTRY TEAM RUNS ON SEPT. 8TH WITH VIENNA….
ON SEPT. 9TH, THE BULLDOG LADY GOLFERS TEE OFF AT CAMDENTON TO OPEN THEIR SEASON..
THE FT. WOOD COMMISSARY WILL HOST A VIRTUAL PROCAMPS MILITARY YOUTH FOOTBALL CAMP THIS MONTH….
THANKS TO THE EFFORTS OF THOUSANDS OF SHOPPERS, PATRONS AND SUPPORTERS WHO VOTED IN A CONTEST HELD BY THE DEFENSE COMMISSARY AGENCY.
ALMOST 4,000 VOTES CAME IN, AND THE CAMP WILL BE HELD, VIRTUALLY, ON JULY 17TH VIA A WEBCAST AT 1PM, AND CONDUCTED BY GREEN BAY PACKER RUNNING BACK, AARON JONES……
THE WEB SITE TO LOG ON IS facebook.com/procamps
THE PACKERS RUNNING BACK KNOWS A LITTLE ABOUT MILITARY LIFE…BOTH HIS PARENTS WERE IN THE ARMY AND NEEDLESS TO SAY, THE FAMILY, LIKE ALL MILITARY FAMILIES, WERE ABLE TO SEE A LOT OF THIS WORLD……
THE BROOMS WENT BACK IN THE CLOSET WHEN THE GIANTS KNOCKED OFF THE CARDINALS IN THE FINAL OF THEIR 3 GAME SERIES ON THE WEST COAST LAST NIGHT….
the cubs snapped their 11 game losing streak yesterday and with their win and the cards loss, the cubs are in 3rd, 8 1/2 behind milwaukee, cards are 9 back and in 4th place in the n.l. central…
Delvin Perez had a three-hit night and Cardinals starter Dalton Roach tossed 6.0 impressive innings in a 6-4 Springfield win over the Tulsa Drillers on Wednesday night at Hammons Field.
The win pushed Springfield’s win streak to a season-high four games as the Cardinals have won the first two of a six-game series against North Division rival Tulsa.
Roach improved his record to 4-5, allowing just two runs on six hits and two walks over his 6.0 full innings, striking out five. Both runs came on solo home runs by Drillers batters in the fourth and fifth innings.
Sonny Gray gave up two runs in seven innings, and Jonathan India hit a two-run double as the Cincinnati Reds rallied for three runs in the seventh inning and beat the Kansas City Royals 5-2 on Wednesday. Gray (2-4) allowed seven hits, struck out seven and walked two to end a three-start winless streak.
Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes is teaming with USA Football to host three youth football coaching clinics across Missouri this summer while his 15 and the Mahomies Foundation has provided grants to 15 youth football leagues. The collaboration between the three-time Pro Bowl quarterback and USA Football was announced Monday.
Webb City High School coach John Roderique, who has led the Cardinals to a state-record 12 championships, and longtime Rockwood Summit High School coach Mike Bellars will lead the clinics. Their purpose is to prepare other coaches to teach youth athletes based on their age, skill level and the type of football games they are playing.
The first of the clinics, which are free to youth football coaches, will take place July 27 in the Kansas City suburb of Olathe, Kan. The second will take place July 31 in Webb City and the third is Aug. 7 in Kansas City.
Along with the clinics, the 15 and the Mahomies Foundation announced $2,000 operating grants will be distributed to 15 area youth leagues across the region. They will be awarded through an online grant application.
Mahomes will join the Chiefs’ other quarterbacks, rookies and select veterans in reporting to training camp July 23 at Missouri Western in St. Joseph. The rest of the team reports July 28, with the first full-squad workout the following day open to the public for the first time since the 2019 preseason.
The Chiefs open the regular season Sept. 12 against the Cleveland Browns…CATCH THE CHIEFS AGAIN THIS YEAR ON kozq-102.3 FM…
The Tampa Bay Lightning defeated the Montreal Canadiens 1-0 in Game 5 to win their second consecutive Stanley Cup. It marks the third time in franchise history that the Lightning have won the Stanley Cup as they also won it all in 2004 and 2020.
In addition, the Lightning became the ninth franchise in NHL history to win back-to-back Stanley Cups. Tampa Bay’s Game 5 win also marked the 15th consecutive playoff game in which they followed up a loss with a win.
TAMPA BAY GOALIE Andrei Vasilevskiy VAZ-AH-LEF-SKI) won 2021 Conn Smythe Trophy as MVP of Stanley Cup Playoffs.
“It’s amazing. This group has been through so much together,” Lightning captain Steven Stamkos told Sportsnet after the game. “To do this in front of our fans and family, we didn’t get a chance to do that last year. That was huge motivation for this group: to win it again. To do it again, it’s validation into history
GAME 2 THE NBA FINALS IS TONIGHT IN PHOENIX….THE SUNS LEAD THE MILWAUKEE BUCKS 1 GAME TO NONE IN THE BEST OF 7 FOR THE NBA TITLE……