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KJEL SPORTS MONDAY NOVEMBER 22, 2021

STATE PLAYOFF FOOTBALL-

WEBB CITY 35 LEBANON 13

THE CARDINALS BLANKED THE YELLOWJACKET OFFENSE THRU THE FINAL 24 MINUTES TO ADVANCE TO THE CLASS FIVE SEMIFINALS…
LEBANON OWNED THE TIME OF POSSESSION ADVANTAGE BY OVER 14 MINUTES, AND OUTGAINED WEBB CITY 317 YARDS TO 289 AND FORCED THE GAME’S ONLY TURNOVER…BUT THE WEBB DEFENSE WAS STOUT AND COACH WILL CHRISTIAN GAVE CREDIT…..

CARDINAL Q.B. COHL VADEN THREW A TOUCHDOWN PASS AND RAN FOR ANOTHER…CADE MUSCIA GENERATED 84 YARDS RUSHING AND JAX GLENDENNING 79 FOR THE BLACK AND GOLD, WHICH ENDS THE CAMPAIGN 10-2…WEBB CITY HOSTS JACKSON SATURDAY AT 1:30 ON THE SEMIFINALS…

ALSO:

HANNIBAL 35 WEST PLAINS 26

THAYER 30 WINDSOR 22

LAMAR 35 AVA 14

CARDINAL RITTER 48 OWENSVILLE 6

 

MSHSAA SOCCER-

CLASS 1 THIRD PLACE: MARYVILLE 5 FAIR GROVE 0

CLASS 1 CHAMPIONSHIP: ST. CHARLES LUTHERAN 3 ST. PIUS X FESTUS 0

CLASS 2 THIRD PLACE: EXCELSIOR SPRINGS 3 HARRISONVILLE 1

CLASS 2 CHAMPIONSHIP: WHITFIELD 4 PERRYVILLE 2

CLASS 3 THIRD PLACE: GLENDALE 3 VAN HORN 2

CLASS 3 CHAMPIONSHIP: FORT ZUMWALT SOUTH 2 LADUE 1

CLASS 4 THIRD PLACE: JOHN BURROUGHS 3 BLUE SPRINGS 2

CLASS 4 CHAMPIONSHIP: ROCKHURST 2 JACKSON 0

 

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL-

BORGIA 59 ROLLA 53

STOUTLAND 61 HALFWAY 29

CROCKER 64 TUSCUMBIA 26

BUNKER 84 MACKS CREEK 53

LINN 72 IBERIA 65

HERMITAGE 75 MONTROSE 33

CALIFORNIA 52 NEW HAVEN 36

EUGENE 71 CLIMAX SPRINGS 57

TROY 70 PARKVIEW 56

SEDALIA SACRED HEART 65 RUSSELLVILLE 52

NORWOOD 73 SPARTA 33

SEYMOUR 55 NIANGUA 44

GIRLS BASKETBALL-

ELDON 68 TOLTON CATHOLIC 35

NEWBURG 72 RUSSELLVILLE 45

STOUTLAND 59 HALFWAY 32

TUSCUMBIA 57 CROCKER 43

CLIMAX SPRINGS 43 EUGENE 20

LINN 49 IBERIA 38

CAPITAL CITY 62 OSAGE 20

HERMITAGE 54 MONTROSE 26

SALEM 64 NORTHWEST 30

CABOOL 75 GREENVILLE 35

CROCKER 69 BUNKER 42

TIPTON 54 ROLLA 52

WOMEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL-

MIZZOU 75 IDAHO STATE 47

MISSOURI STATE LADY BEARS 67 U.S.C. 41

SBU LADY BEARCATS 88 HASKELL 43

DRURY 96 EMPORIA STATE 68

MISSOURI SOUTHERN 74 MISSOURI S&T 50

MEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL-

SOUTHWEST BAPTIST 81 PITTSBURG STATE 72

SOUTHERN NAZARENE 80 DRURY 71

MIZZOU 80 S.M.U. 75

AFTER GOING DOWN 13 POINTS IN THE SECOND HALF, THE TIGERS SHOT 7-OF-10 FROM THE FIELD IN THE FINAL SIX MINUTES OF SUNDAY NIGHT’S GAME, INCLUDING NINE POINTS BY RONNIE DEGRAY III, TO FORCE OVERTIME GAME AND WENT ON TO DEFEAT THE MUSTANGS, MOVING TO 2-0 IN THE JACKSONVILLE CLASSIC. COACH CUONZO MARTIN SAYS THEY’RE SHOWING SOME RESOURCEFULNESS..

MIZZOU WILL GO AGAINST FLORIDA STATE TONIGHT AT 7:30 P.M. IN THE CHAMPIONSHIP GAME OF THE DUVAL BRACKET.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL-

MIZZOU 24 FLORIDA 23

THE TIGERS BECAME BOWL ELIGIBLE WHEN CONNOR BAZELAK THREW A TWO POINT CONVERSION PASS TO DANIEL PARKER, JUNIOR, FOLLOWING A TYLER BADIE  TOUCHDOWN RUN IN OVERTIME.

MIZZOU GOES TO 6-5 AND WILL PLAY THIS FRIDAY AFTERNOON IN FAYETTEVILLE AGAINST ARKANSAS…THE GATORS DROP TO 5-6 AND FIRED HEAD COACH DAN MULLEN SUNDAY….

MISSOURI STATE 55 DIXIE STATE 24

THE BEARS CONCLUDED THE REGULAR SEASON WITH A ROAD VICTORY IN ST. GEORGE, UTAH, THEN RETURNED TO THE OZARKS SUNDAY¬† TO LEARN THEY’LL HAVE A HOME F.C.S. PLAYOFF GAME AGAINST TENNESSEE-MARTIN THIS SATURDAY IN SPRINGFIELD..COACH BOBBY PETRINO ON THE OPPONENT..

MISSOURI STATE IS ONE OF SIX MISSOURI VALLEY CONFERENCE SCHOOLS INCLUDED IN THE 24 TEAM BRACKET AND WILL MEET THE 9-2 SKYHAWKS OUT OF THE OHIO VALLEY CONFERENCE AT 3:00 IN PLASTER STADIUM..

FORMER WAYNESVILLE TIGER STANDOUT SAM ROBERTS IS THE M.I.A.A. DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR…HE HAS 13 AND A HALF TACKLES FOR LOSS THIS SEASON FOR NORTHWEST MISSOURI STATE…

NFL SUNDAY-

KANSAS CITY 19 DALLAS 9

CHRIS JONES RECORDED THREE AND A HALF SACKS TO GO WITH A FUMBLE RECOVERY AND K.C. WON THEIR FOURTH STRAIGHT..

CLYDE-EDWARDS HELAIRE RETURNED FROM THE INJURED LIST, AND RUSHED FOR 63 YARDS AND A TOUCHDOWN…TRAVIS KELCE ADDED A TOUCHDOWN RUN AND HARRISON BUTKER CONNECTED ON TWO FIELD GOALS…THE CHIEFS WILL GO TO THE BYE WEEK AT 7-4, THEN HOST DENVER SUNDAY DECEMBER 5TH..

NHL TONIGHT-

LAS VEGAS AT ST. LOUIS

 


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