TRACK AND FIELD-
AT WAYNESVILLE SATURDAY, THE HOST TIGERS AND JEFFERSON CITY LADY JAYS CAPTURED TEAM TITLES IN CLASS FIVE DISTRICT FIVE…
KIARA STRAYHORN OF CAPITAL CITY WON THE HIGH JUMP AND LONG JUMP…ANASTASIA KOOPMAN OF CAPITAL CITY WON THE POLE VAULT..KICKAPOO’S TAYLOR MAYO WAS FIRST IN THE TRIPLE JUMP..KICKAPOO’S ISABELLA WILLIAMS CAPTURED THE SHOT PUT..SHAYLA STEWART OF CAPITAL CITY THE DISCUS..KENNEDY SHANUTH OF CAPITAL CITY WON THE JAVELIN….PARKVIEW’S ERYKAH LEE WON THE 100 METERS..DIJONAY DAWSON OF JEFFERSON CITY TOOK THE 200 AND 400 METERS…SALLY CYBULSKI OF KICKAPOO PREVAILED IN THE 800 METERS..KLARIE BROWN OF KICKAPOO WON THE 1600 METERS WHILE PARKVIEW’S LILAH GENEL WAS FIRST IN THE 3200 METERS..KICKAPOO WON THE 4X1000 RELAY..JEFFERSON CITY THE 4X200 AND 4X400 WHILE LEBANON WAS THE WINNER IN THE 4X800 RELAY..
ON THE BOY’S SIDE, WAYNESVILLE’S KEYSHAWN SMITH WAS FIRST IN THE HIGH JUMP AND TRIPLE JUMP, LEBANON’S COLE PATTEN WAS FIRST IN THE POLE VAULT….JUSTIN KNIGHT OF WAYNESVILLE WON THE LONG JUMP..CAPITAL CITY’S SAM ALBERT TOOK THE SHOT PUT…GLENDALE’S DOMINIC NICHOLS WON THE DISCUS..CORDELL ZEBEL OF LEBANON WON THE JAVELIN…..ALMONZO MARTIN OF WAYNESVILLE TOOK THE 100 METER DASH..BRANDON ALLEN OF PARKVIEW WON THE 200 METERS..CONNOR HULL OF CAPITAL CITY PREVAILED IN THE 4OO…KEION GRIEVE OF CAPITAL CITY WAS THE WINNER IN THE 800 METERS..GRANT MUSICK OF KICKAPOO TOOK FIRST IN THE 1600 METERS..WAYNESVILLE’S BRYAN O’BARR WON THE 3200 METERS…JAYZEN BLAKE OF WAYNESVILLE WAS FIRST IN THE 110 METER HURDLES..TARRICK DYER OF CAPITAL CITY WON THE 300 HURDLES..WAYNESVILLE CAPTURED THE 4X100, 4X200 AND 4X800 RELAYS..CAPITAL CITY WON THE 4X400..
FIRST ROUND ACTION AT THE MSHSAA STATE GOLF CHAMPIONSHIPS GETS UNDERWAY TODAY IF MOTHER NATURE ALLOWS….
CLASS ONE IS AT NIXA’S FREMONT HILLS COUNTRY CLUB..
CLASS TWO IS AT BOLIVAR’S SILO RIDGE..
CLASS THREE IS AT FARMINGTON’S CROWNE POINT COURSE..
CLASS FOUR AT JOPLIN’S TWIN HILLS..
CLASS FIVE IS AT THE SEDALIA COUNTRY CLUB..
HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT BASEBALL-
COLE CAMP 5 SHERWOOD 0
HOLDEN 15 STOVER 0
ELDON 7 OSAGE 2
SALEM 3 ST. JAMES 2
TIPTON 2 PRAIRIE HOME 0
FORDLAND 5 BAKERSFIELD 3
LINCOLN 11 SMITHTON 6
LICKING 4 BELLE 1
MANSFIELD 11 WILLOW SPRINGS 1
SALEM 5 OWENSVILLE 4
MOUNTAIN GROVE 11 BUFFALO 0
CLASS SIX DISTRICT SIX IS SLATED TO BEGIN TODAY IN SPRINGFIELD AT THE HOME OF THE CENTRAL BULLDOGS WHO WILL FACE TOP SEED KICKAPOO AT 11AM, FOLLOWED BY THE 4 AND 5 SEED MATCHUP BETWEEN LEBANON AND JOPLIN…REPUBLIC AND CARTHAGE WILL BE THE 2 VERSUS SEVEN GAME, THEN NUMBER THREE NIXA AND NUMBER SIX OZARK…
COLLEGE BASEBALL SUNDAY-
MISSOURI STATE 2 ILLINOIS STATE 1
For the first time since 2016 and the 11th time overall, Mizzou Softball is hosting an NCAA Regional in Columbia. Coach Larissa Anderson’s Tigers, 38-15 overall and 15-9 in the Southeastern Conference, received the 8th overall seed in the 2021 NCAA Tournament when pairings were announced Sunday evening.
The Columbia Regional will host Iowa State, Northern Iowa and UIC as the second, third and fourth seeds, respectively. Mizzou will open the tournament against UIC on Friday, May 21 at 3:30 p.m. at Mizzou Softball Stadium, following the region’s first game between Iowa State and Northern Iowa at 1 p.m.
Mizzou lost 9-8 to Iowa State early in the season at a tournament in Boca Raton Florida and followed up with a 3-2 win in Columbia mid-season.
DOUBLE A BASEBALL-
SPRINGFIELD CARDINALS 1 ARKANSAS 0
MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL-
SAN DIEGO 5 CARDINALS 3
Ivan Castillo’s RBI-single capped a four-run fourth inning as the Padres completed a 3-game sweep at Petco Park. Trent Grisham doubled in a run in the fifth for the Friars, who finished off the three-game sweep. Dinelson Lamet picked up the win and Mark Melancon notched his 14th save. Cards manager Mike Shildt watched the pitching staff incur control problems throughout the entire weekend.
Nolan Arenado smacked a two-run homer in the first inning for St. Louis, which wrapped up its road trip 2-and-4. Kwang Hyun Kim permitted four runs, just one earned, in three-and-a-third frames to suffer his first loss. The Cards are back home at Busch Stadium tomorrow night to host Pittsburgh…Pre-game airs at 5:50 on KJEL..
CHICAGO WHITE SOX 4 ROYALS 3
Jose Abreu scored the controversial game-winning run on a wild pitch in the bottom of the ninth as Chicago rallied to edge Kansas City and split the four game series.. Royals catcher Cam Gallagher thought he had the tag applied in time.
Yoan Moncada tied the game with a single in the ninth. . Matt Foster picked up the win for the White Sox, who have won eight of 10. Whit Merrifield and Carlos Santana drove in runs in the seventh for the Royals. Wade Davis took the loss for Kansas City, which has lost 13 of 15. After Monday off, KC returns home to host MIlwaukee tomorrow night at 7:10..
GAME ONE OF THE ST. LOUIS-COLORADO WESTERN CONFERENCE SERIES IS TONIGHT SHORTLY AFTER 9:00 IN DENVER…
The two teams are meeting in the Stanley Cup Playoffs for the second time, the first since the 2001 Western Conference Final. Defenseman Torey Krug feels the Blues have what it takes to make a run..
David Perron remained in NHL COVID-19 protocol Sunday, and the Blues’ leading scorer could miss Game 1 of the Stanley Cup First Round on Monday at 9 pm CT.
Perron led the Blues with 58 points (19 goals, 39 assists) in 56 games this season.
HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL-
ROLLA JUNIOR AND KJEL ALL STAR SAVANNAH CAMPBELL HAS GIVEN A VERBAL COMMITMENT TO PITTSBURG STATE FOR COLLEGE BASKETBALL….
LEBANON YELLOWJACKET ATHLETES OF THE YEAR HAVE BEEN ANNOUNCED..THERE ARE CO-WINNERS ON THE GIRLS SIDE; SOFTBALL’S NICOLE TRUITT AND MULTI-SPORT STANDOUT JOCEE PETTYJOHN WHILE SOCCER ALL-STATER JOSH RICHARDS IS THE BOY’S ATHLETE OF THE YEAR AT L.H.S.
AT LEBANON MIDWAY SPEEDWAY, MIKE STRIEGEL WON THE B-MOD FEATURE..MARK SIMON WAS FIRST IN THE LATE MODEL FEATURE..ROB MUILENBERG PREVAILED IN THE MIDWEST MODS FEATURE..MASON BECK CAPTURED PURE STOCK FEATURE, TONY ANGLIN THE SUPER STOCKS AND AARON O’DELL WAS AWARDED THE HORNETS FEATURE…
AT LUCAS OIL SPEEDWAY SATURDAY, COLE HENSON OF RUSSELLVILLE WON THE LATE MODEL FEATURE..LEBANON’S KRIS JACKSON TOOK FIRST IN THE B-MOD MAIN….DILLON MCCOWAN OF URBANA CAPTURED THE MODIFIED FEATURE AND BOLIVAR’S LYLE DIETRICH OUTRAN THE FIELD IN THE STOCK CAR FEATURE…
RAIN WASHED OUT THE PROGRAMS AT BOLIVAR, LAKE OZARK AND SPRINGFIELD…
ALEX BOWMAN WON SUNDAY’S NASCAR RACE AT DOVER..
FCS NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP:
SAM HOUSTON STATE 23 SOUTH DAKOTA STATE 21