HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL FRIDAY-

HARTVILLE 74 WILLOW SPRINGS 40

ROGERSVILLE 44 MARSHFIELD 42

ROLLA 83 GLENDALE 81 (OT)

SEYMOUR 67 CONWAY 48

LEBANON 51 HILLCREST 50

THE YELLOWJACKETS WON A DOWN-TO-THE-WIRE THRILLER AT BOSWELL AUDITORIUM, COMING BACK FROM A TEN POINT 2ND HALF DEFICIT TO EDGE THE HORNETS…..CALEB RAY’S BASKET PUT L.H.S. AHEAD AND COOPER BERRY SEALED IT BY DRAWING A CHARGING CALL ON THE POTENTIAL GAME-WINNING SHOT FOR THE VISITORS….COACH RYAN TOOMBS SAID IT WAS A NIGHT FOR OVERCOMING A LOT OF OBSTACLES TO EARN THE W……

WYATT CARR AND CALEB RAY LED THE ‘JACKETS WITH 12 POINTS EACH….A.K. STATEN BALLANCE HAD SIXTEEN FOR HILLCREST..LEBANON GOES TO 10-3 AND 2-0 IN OZARK CONFERENCE PLAY….UP NEXT ON THE SCHEDULE FOR LEBANON IS A ROAD GAME FRIDAY NIGHT AT OSAGE…..

ALSO:

KICKAPOO 74 CAMDENTON 38

PARKVIEW 62 BOLIVAR 28

FORSYTH 80 BUFFALO 47

OSAGE 78 STOUTLAND 68

DIXON 66 ST. JAMES 44

BELLE 48 PLATO 43

SOUTHERN BOONE 39 NEWBURG 35 (OWENSVILLE TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONSHIP)

NORWOOD 69 CABOOL 60

FAIR GROVE 75 MANSFIELD 56

AVA 57 REEDS SPRING 51

ASH GROVE 52 MORRISVILLE 44

EUGENE 71 CHAMOIS 31

LEXINGTON 58 TIPTON 55

SMITHTON 51 LINCOLN 43

FATIMA 59 LINN 28

HALLSVILLE 62 CALIFORNIA 44

PLEASANT HOPE 68 STOCKTON 61

MILLER CAREER ACADEMY 58 BLAIR OAKS 48

SOUTH CALLAWAY 88 TUSCUMBIA 45

 

FINAL SCORES SATURDAY:

COLUMBIA HICKMAN 69 NIXA 61

STOVER TOURNAMENT:

VERSAILLES 99 COLE CAMP 76

KNOB KNOSTER 69 GREEN RIDGE 52

GIRLS BASKETBALL FRIDAY-

EL DORADO SPRINGS 77 TIPTON 74

OSAGE 52 BUFFALO 41

REEDS SPRING 48 HARTVILLE 21

STOCKTON 41 PLEASANT HOPE 24

JAMESTOWN 61 TUSCUMBIA 27

SATURDAY FINAL SCORES-

SKYLINE TOURNAMENT:

STOUTLAND 38 LEETON 33

SKYLINE 75 WARSAW 21

WHEATLAND 55 WEAUBLEAU 46

STOVER TOURNAMENT:

STOVER 47 HOLDEN 37

KNOB KNOSTER 59 GREEN RIDGE 22

BOONVILLE 61 RUSSELLVILLE 43 (CHAMPIONSHIP GAME)

CALVARY LUTHERAN TOURNAMENT:

TUSCUMBIA 65 MARANTHA BAPTIST 37

ALSO:

FATIMA 66 MARQUETTE 53

TIPTON 69 CAIRO 42

COLLEGE BASKETBALL-

QUINCY 66 SOUTHWEST BAPTIST 50

S.B.U. LADY BEARCATS 68 QUINCY  65

DRURY 89 ROCKHURST 79

DRURY LADY PANTHERS 77 ROCKHURST 49

MCKENDREE 71 MISSOURI S&T 63

MCKENDREE 84 MISSOURI S&T LADY MINERS 71

OTTAWA 90 EVANGEL 81

EVANGEL WOMEN 72 OTTAWA 56

GEORGIA 75 MIZZOU 68

THE BULLDOGS OPENED S.E.C. PLAY WITH A ROAD VICTORY IN COLUMBIA…..RUSSELL TCHEWA TALLIED 18 POINTS AND 11 REBOUNDS FOR THE VISITORS WHO OUTSCORED THE TIGERS BENCH PERSONNEL 23-3..FRESHMAN FORWARD AIDEN SHAW WAS A BRIGHT SPOT FOR MIZZOU WITH 14 POINTS AND SIX REBOUNDS IN 26 MINUTES AND FELT GEORGIA WAS THE TEAM THAT INITIATED MORE OFTEN…..

SEAN EAST LED MIZZOU WITH 19 POINTS, SIX REBOUNDS AND 8 ASSISTS……THE TIGERS FALL TO 8-6 AND WILL BE ON THE ROAD TOMORROW NIGHT AT KENTUCKY FOR A 6:00 TIPOFF…….
(COURTESY MISSOURINET)

ALABAMA 79 MIZZOU LADY TIGERS 64

BRADLEY 86 MISSOURI STATE 60

THE BRAVES BLEW THE BEARS OUT OF PEORIA WITH 54 PERCENT FIELD GOAL SHOOTING AND A 41-22 REBOUNDING ADVANTAGE…….MISSOURI STATE DROPS TO 9-6 AND WILL HOST MURRAY STATE WEDNESDAY AT 7:00 IN SPRINGFIELD….

MISSOURI STATE LADY BEARS 51 ILLINOIS-CHICAGO 50

JADE MASOGAYO’S BASKET IN THE FINAL MOMENTS PROVIDED THE MARGIN OF VICTORY AT GREAT SOUTHERN BANK ARENA……

 

KYRAH DANIELS LED THE MISSOURI STATE SCORING WITH 15 FOR COACH BETH CUNNINGHAM….

 

THE LADY BEARS SWEPT THE SIX GAME HOMESTAND TO IMPROVE TO 9-3 AND 3-0 IN THE MISSOURI VALLEY CONFERENCE WITH A ROAD TEST AT BRADLEY COMING UP THURSDAY NIGHT….

NFL SUNDAY-

KANSAS CITY 13 L.A. CHARGERS 12

HARRISON BUTKER NAILED A GAME-WINNING 41-YARD FIELD GOAL WITH 49 SECONDS REMAINING TO SEND THE CHIEFS TO A WIN AT SOFI STADIUM…. BUTKER WAS 2-FOR-2 ON FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS ON A DAY WHEN KANSAS CITY RESTED MOST OF ITS STARTERS. CHIEFS SAFETY MIKE EDWARDS WAS THE LONE PLAYER TO FIND THE END ZONE WHEN HE RECORDED A 97-YARD SCOOP-AND-SCORE IN THE FIRST QUARTER.

KANSAS CITY FINISHES THE REGULAR SEASON AT 11-AND-6 HEADING INTO THE AFC WILD CARD ROUND NEXT WEEK.
THE CHIEFS WILL HOST THE DOLPHINS ON SATURDAY NIGHT.
(COURTESY MISSOURINET)

COLLEGE FOOTBALL TONIGHT-

WASHINGTON-MICHIGAN NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME FROM HOUSTON

F.C.S. NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME SUNDAY-

SOUTH DAKOTA STATE 23 MONTANA 3