SUPER BOWL-

KANSAS CITY 25 SAN FRANCISCO 22

THE CHIEFS ARE OFFICIALLY A DYNASTY AFTER BECOMING BACK-TO-BACK SUPER BOWL CHAMPIONS WITH AN OVERTIME VICTORY AGAINST THE 49’ERS…… QUARTERBACK PATRICK MAHOMES WAS NAMED MOST VALUABLE PLAYER…

HE FINISHED THE GAME WITH 34 COMPLETIONS IN 46 ATTEMPTS FOR 333 PASSING YARDS, INCLUDING THE GAME-WINNING 3-YARD TOUCHDOWN PASS TO MECOLE HARDMAN…. MAHOMES JOINS TOM BRADY AND JOE MONTANA AS THE ONLY PLAYERS TO WIN THE SUPER BOWL MVP AWARD AT LEAST THREE TIMES. K.C. HAD 455 YARDS OF OFFENSE TO 382 FOR SAN FRANCISCO….COACH ANDY REID ON THE HALFTIME MESSAGE, DOWN 10-3.

FIRST DOWNS FAVORED THE CHIEFS 24-23 WHILE THE ‘NINERS HAD A TWO MINUTE ADVANTAGE IN TIME OF POSSESSION….KANSAS CITY BECOMES THE NINTH REPEAT CHAMPION IN N.F.L. HISTORY AND THE FIRST SINCE NEW ENGLAND 19-YEARS EARLIER…KANSAS CITY WILL ENJOY ANOTHER CHAMPIONSHIP PARADE, THIS ONE ON VALENTINE’S DAY STARTING AT 11 AM….
(COURTESY MISSOURINET)

HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS BASKETBALL-

FRIDAY:

MACKS CREEK 73 FAIR PLAY 22

HARTVILLE 61 CABOOL 29

SPARTA 33 NORWOOD 26

EL DORADO SPRINGS 72 BUFFALO 21

BUTLER 54 WARSAW 49

GAINESVILLE 44 AVA 25

EUGENE 45 TUSCUMBIA 36

NORTHWEST 64 LINCOLN 14

BELLE 61 STEELVILLE 19

LINN 41 ST. ELIZABETH 37

SATURDAY:

SKYLINE 58 WALNUT GROVE 35

HELIAS 52 TIPTON 43

HIGH SCHOOL BOYS BASKETBALL-

FRIDAY:

HARTVILLE 60 CONWAY 42

MARSHFIELD 59 HOLLISTER 33

EL DORADO SPRINGS 50 BUFFALO 35

SPRINGFIELD CENTRAL 90 LEBANON 54

THE BULLDOGS CONTINUED THEIR QUEST FOR AN OUTRIGHT OZARK CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP WITH A RUNAWAY VICTORY AT BOSWELL AUDITORIUM…..CENTRAL WAS UP 27-9 AFTER THE FIRST 8 MINUTES, AND THE STATE’S THIRD RANKED CLASS SIX BALLCLUB CONTINUED TO ADD-ON THE REST OF THE NIGHT…LEBANON COACH RYAN TOOMBS ACKNOWLEDGED THE CENTRAL TALENT MIXTURE.

 

KEION EPPS LED THE CENTRAL SCORING WITH 25, WHILE WYATT CARR SUPPLIED FOURTEEN FOR L.H.S. LEBANON WILL ENTERTAIN WAYNESVILLE TOMORROW NIGHT…..

ALSO:

ROLLA 43 WAYNESVILLE 41

CROCKER 68 STOUTLAND 53

IBERIA 71 RICHLAND 25

NEWBURG 60 DIXON 53

CABOOL 82 HOUSTON 60

SPARTA 75 NORWOOD 44

SEYMOUR 77 FORDLAND 43

FAIR GROVE 75 FORSYTH 48

HALFWAY 45 HUMANSVILLE 43

MACKS CREEK 38 FAIR PLAY 32

THAYER 52 AVA 26

LIBERTY 70 SALEM 57

MOUNTAIN GROVE 60 WILLOW SPRINGS 41

CALIFORNIA 53 ELDON 46

MEXICO 78 OSAGE 64

JEFFERSON CITY 71 BLAIR OAKS 48

WEAUBLEAU 70 DADEVILLE 41

ST. ELIZABETH 62 LINN 58

EUGENE 81 TUSCUMBIA 22

HERMANN 57 ST. JAMES 39

WEST PLAINS 56 PARKVIEW 52

BUTLER 56 WARSAW 39

TIPTON 69 SMITHTON 52

VIENNA 75 VIBURNUM 20

ASH GROVE 54 STOCKTON 49

STOVER 84 LA MONTE 35

SATURDAY:

VERSAILLES 83 BUFFALO 32

HOUSTON 61 LESTERVILLE 44

WARSAW 50 LAWSON 36

COLLEGE BASKETBALL-

MISSISSIPPI STATE 75 MIZZOU 51

THE TIGERS WERE FORCED TO PLAY WITHOUT SEAN EAST DUE TO INJURY, AND THE VISITING BULLDOGS TOOK ADVANTAGE FOR A DECISIVE S.E.C. VICTORY, SENDING MIZZOU TO AN 11TH CONSECUTIVE DEFEAT, AND 14 OF THE LAST 15……COACH DENNIS GATES ON HIS GROUP COMMITTING 20 TURNOVERS..

MISSISSIPPI STATE PULLED AWAY FROM A FOUR POINT HALFTIME ADVANTAGE..NICK HONOR SCORED SIXTEEN AND TAMAR BATES 11 FOR THE TIGERS, WHO NEXT FACE MISSISSIPPI IN OXFORD SATURDAY NIGHT AT 7:30….

AUBURN 70 MIZZOU LADY TIGERS 59

INDIANA STATE 73 MISSOURI STATE 71

THE BEARS TOOK THE MISSOURI VALLEY CONFERENCE LEADERS DOWN TO THE WIRE BEFORE FALLING JUST SHORT AT GREAT SOUTHERN BANK ARENA…RYAN CONWELL LED THE SYCAMORES WITH 24 POINTS…COACH DANA FORD’S ZONE DEFENSE HELPED KEEP THE BEARS CLOSE WITH A CHANCE TO STEAL ONE…

 

ALSTON MASON HAD 26 FOR THE BEARS, WHO’VE DROPPED TWO STRAIGHT AFTER A FOUR GAME WIN STREAK…MISSOURI STATE NEXT PLAYS WEDNESDAY NIGHT AT MURRAY STATE…
(COURTESY MISSOURI STATE)

MURRAY STATE LADY RACERS 95 MISSOURI STATE LADY BEARS 89

THE FIRST LOSS OF THE SEASON AT GREAT SOUTHERN BANK ARENA WAS SUSTAINED SUNDAY AFTERNOON AS COACH BETH CUNNINGHAM AND THE LADY BEARS SAW THE VISITORS SHOOT 55% INCLUDING 11 OF 21 FROM THREE POINT DISTANCE……

 

MURRAY ALSO OUTSCORED MISSOURI STATE 24-9 AT THE FOUL LINE….THE LADY BEARS VISIT INDIANA STATE THURSDAY, THEN GO TO EVANSVILLE SATURDAY TO CONTINUE MISSOURI VALLEY CONFERENCE PLAY….
(COURTESY MISSOURI STATE)

ROCKHURST 70 SOUTHWEST BAPTIST 69

ROCKHURST 78 S.B.U. LADY BEARCATS 66

WILLIAM JEWELL 80 DRURY 57

DRURY LADY PANTHERS 75 WILLIAM JEWELL 66

MISSOURI S&T 82 MARYVILLE 65

MARYVILLE 67 MISSOURI S&T LADY MINERS 40

EVANGEL 79 AVILA 62

EVANGEL LADY VALOR 53 AVILA 45

COLLEGE OF THE OZARKS 86 CROWLEY’S RIDGE 75

C OF O LADY ‘CATS 93 CROWLEY’S RIDGE 52

N.H.L. SUNDAY-

ST. LOUIS 7 MONTREAL 2

TWO GOALS FROM JORDAN KYROU AND FIVE ASSISTS FROM TOREY KRUG POWERED THE BLUES TO A ROAD VICTORY, 24 HOURS AFTER A SATURDAY VICTORY IN BUFFALO….INTERIM COACH DREW BANNISTER ON THE POWER PLAY PRODUCING 3 GOALS……

JORDAN BINNINGTON STOPPED 30 SHOTS FOR ST. LOUIS, NOW 28-21-2 AND SQUARELY IN THE WESTERN CONFERENCE PLAYOFF CHASE.
6 DIFFERENT PLAYERS SCORED AS ST. LOUIS WON ON THE ROAD FOR THE FIFTH STRAIGHT TIME…….THE BLUES ARE IN TORONTO TOMORROW NIGHT BEFORE RETURNING HOME TO HOST EDMONTON ON THURSDAY……
(COURTESY MISSOURINET)

WRESTLING-

DEFENDING STATE CHAMPION LEBANON EMERGED WITH A SECOND PLACE FINISH IN A 21 TEAM DISTRICT MEET AT BELTON SATURDAY……STATE QUALIFIERS INCLUDE SOPHIEA QUINN, MARIYAH BRUMLEY, JESSA JOINER, HALEA BARTEL, KAYLEE HERD, LILLIAN COTTONGIM, BAYLYN WILLIAMS AND KALYN BRUMLEY..THE MISHSAA WRESTLING CHAMPIONSHIPS WILL BE HELD STARTING FEBRUARY 21ST AT MIZZOU ARENA IN COLUMBIA………

THE MARSHFIELD LADY JAYS ARE SENDING 8 TO STATE AFTER WINNING THE CLASS ONE DISTRICT 3 TITLE AT NEVADA….