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KJEL SPORTS MONDAY OCTOBER 4, 2021

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL FRIDAY-

LEBANON 44 WEST PLAINS 34

THE YELLOWJACKETS TOOK THE TOP SPOT INTHE OZARK CONFERENCE, AND STAYED UNBEATEN WITH A VICTORY OVER THE ZIZZERS…IT WAS BACK AND FORTH IN THE EARLY-GOING WITH THE ZIZZERS UP BY SIX EARLY IN THE SECOND PERIOD…BUT FULLBACK CADE MUSCIA SCORED HIS SECOND AND THIRD TOUCHDOWNS OF THE HALF, THEN ADDED A 54 YARD SPRINT TO THE ENDZONE EARLY IN THE THIRD TO GIVE LEBANON A FOURTEEN POINT LEAD..

MUSCIA FINISHED THE NIGHT WITH 267 YARDS ON 36 CARRIES AND FOUR TOUCHDOWNS…..Q.B. PEYTON MITCHELL ADDED A ONE YARD RUN AND THE ‘JACKETS ENJOYED A 22 POINT ADVANTAGE LATE IN THE THIRD QUARTER…A 50 YARD PICK SIX BY SAFETY MAX GROCE PUT LEBANON UP 44-20 IN THE FOURTH TO GIVE THE BLACK AND GOLD ITS SIXTH STRAIGHT VICTORY OF 2021…COACH WILL CHRISTIAN SAID ONCE AGAIN, THE OFFENSIVE LINE WAS THE CATALYST.

LEBANON FINISHED WITH 79 OFFENSIVE PLAYS AND 407 YARDS RUSHING WITH 9 FOR 12 EFFICIENCY ON THIRD DOWN…
THE YELLOWJACKETS WILL TAKE A SIX GAME WIN STREAK INTO FRIDAY’S GAME FOR THE HIGHWAY FIVE TROPHY WITH CAMDENTON AT 7:00…

OTHER SCORES:

BOLIVAR 24 WAYNESVILLE 20

CAMDENTON 54 HILLCREST 9

KICKAPOO 27 ROLLA 6

GLENDALE 34 PARKVIEW 6

BUTLER 29 BUFFALO 16

MARSHFIELD 50 REEDS SPRING 28

SKYLINE 54 CLEVER 7

WARSAW 50 EL DORADO SPRINGS 20

FAIR GROVE 58 STRAFFORD 20

ROGERSVILLE 35 SPRINGFIELD CATHOLIC 7

MOUNTAIN GROVE 22 LIBERTY 16

AVA 42 HOUSTON 7

THAYER 33 CABOOL 20

SALEM 30 WILLOW SPRINGS 12

LINCOLN 52 SLATER 34

BLAIR OAKS 71 ELDON 36

BOONVILLE 58 OSAGE 28

CALIFORNIA 43 VERSAILLES 40

JEFFERSON CITY 66 COLUMBIA HICKMAN 31

COLUMBIA BATTLE 56 SEDALIA SMITH COTTON 6

SAINT CLAIR 22 SAINT JAMES 8

COLE CAMP 46 TIPTON 7

WEEKEND HIGH SCHOOL SOCCER-

BOLIVAR 4 WEBB CITY 3

REPUBLIC 5 CAMDENTON 0

CAMDENTON 4 CARL JUNCTION 0

GREENWOOD 3 COLE CAMP 0

OSAGE 2 HANNIBAL 0

OSAGE 5 MOBERLY 1

OSAGE 3 FATIMA 0

ROLLA 2 POPLAR BLUFF 1

BRANSON 4 WAYNESVILLE 1

WAYNESVILLE 3 POPLAR BLUFF 1

BRANSON 8 ROLLA 0

 

COLLLEGE FOOTBALL SATURDAY-

TENNESSEE 62 MIZZOU 24

THE VOLUNTEERS ENJOYED A PARTY AT FAUROT FIELD WITH 683 YARDS OF OFFENSE INCLUDING 458 ON THE GROUND….THE VISITORS FROM KNOXVILLE LED
28-3 AFTER THE FIRST QUARTER, AND 45-10 BY HALFTIME..KRIS ABRAMS-DRAINE HAD A 100 YARD KICKOFF RETURN FOR A TOUCHDOWN BUT THE TIGERS WERE OVERWHELMED, DROPPING TO 2-3 ON THE SEASON….COACH ELI DRINKWITZ..

YESTERDAY, DEFENSIVE LINE COACH JETHRO  FRANKLIN WAS FIRED…MIZZOU WILL REMAIN AT HOME FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS WITH NORTH TEXAS IN THIS SATURDAY FOR A NON-CONFERENCE GAME…

MISSOURI STATE 41 ILLINOIS STATE 20

TOBIAS LITTLE RUSHED FOR 90 YARDS AND THREE TOUCHDOWNS, AND THE BEARS FOR THE SECOND STRAIGHT WEEK SHUTOUT THEIR OPPONENT OVER THE FINAL THIRTY MINUTES..JASON SHELLEY PASSED FOR 319 YARDS AND TWO TOUCHDOWNS, MONTRAE BRASWELL RETURNED AN INTERCEPTION FOR A SCORE AND VON YOUNG BLOCKED A PUNT HELPING THE BEARS IMPROVE TO 3-1 ON THE SEASON AND 2-0 IN THE M.V.F.C. MISSOURI STATE REMAINS ON THE ROAD THIS SATURDAY FOR A 1:00 KICKOFF AT YOUNGSTOWN STATE..

PERU STATE 23 EVANGEL 22

QUINCY 31 MISSOURI S&T 28

NFL SUNDAY-

KANSAS CITY 42 PHILADELPHIA 30

PATRICK MAHOMES THREW FIVE TOUCHDOWN PASSES, TYREEK HILL CAUGHT 11 FOR 186 YARDS AND THREE SCORES, AND CLYDE EDWARDS-HELAIRE RUSHED FOR 102 YARDS..ANDY REID PICKED UP HIS 100TH VICTORY AS CHIEFS HEAD COACH AND IS THE FIRST TO WIN 100 WITH TWO FRANCHISES AFTER DOING IT WITH THE EAGLES PREVIOUSLY..DESPITE A BIG OFFENISVE DAY, TYREEK HILL SAYS THEY’LL SEEK TO IMPROVE.

THE WIN PUTS K.C. AT 2-2 WITH AN A.F.C. CHAMPIONSHIP GAME REMATCH WITH BUFFALO NEXT SUNDAY NIGHT IN ARROWHEAD STADIUM AT 7:20..

 

BASEBALL-

CUBS 3 CARDINALS 2

THE REGULAR SEASON CAME TO A PREMATURE END WHEN UMPIRES CALLED A HALT TO THE PROCEEDINGS IN THE EIGHTH INNING DUE TO RAIN..THE CUBS WON THE FINAL TWO GAMES OF THE WEEKEND AT BUSCH STADIUM, SCORING TWICE IN THE FIFTH TO TAKE A ONE RUN LEAD…MATT DUFFY CONTRIBUTED A PAIR OF RBI SINGLES FOR CHICAGO…MANAGER MIKE SHILDT SAID  SCOREBOARD WATCHING  WAS WOVEN INTO THE ON-FIELD ACTION

TOMMY EDMAN HOMERED IN THE FIRST FOR ST. LOUIS..THE REDBIRDS CAPTURED 19 OF THEIR FINAL 22 GAMES TO END AT 90-72 AND NOW SET TO MEET THE DODGERS IN LOS ANGELES WEDNESDAY NIGHT IN THE NATIONAL LEAGUE WILDCARD ROUND ON KJEL..

 

MINNESOTA 7 ROYALS 3

THE TWINS SCUFFED JACKSON KOWAR FOR FIVE FIRST INNING RUNS ENROUTE TO A SEASON-CONCLUDING VICTORY AT KAUFFMAN STADIUM….BYRON BUXTON AND JORGE POLANCO HOMERED FOR MINNESOTA, WITH ALL THE SCORING IN THE GAME COMING IN THE FIRST FIVE INNINGS. THE ROYALS WHIT MERRIFIELD WOULD HAVE ENJOYED PLAYING SOME MORE GAMES…

KANSAS CITY WRAPS UP AT 74-88 IN 2021…

SO THE MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL POST-SEASON IS SET…THE YANKEES AND RED SOX MEET IN THE AMERICAN LEAGUE WILDCARD GAME TOMORROW NIGHT AT 7:08 IN BOSTON..THEN THE CARDS AND DODGERS IN L.A. WEDNESDAY AT 7:10 ON REGIONAL RADIO..DIVISIONAL MATCHUPS ARE CHICAGO AT HOUSTON IN THE AMERICAN LEAGUE STARTING THURSDAY, AND MILWAUKEE HOSTING ATLANTA FRIDAY..THE RED SOX OR YANKEES PLAY AT TAMPA BAY FRIDAY…THE CARDS OR DODGERS AT SAN FRANCISCO ALSO FRIDAY…

WEEKEND SOFTBALL-

REPUBLIC 8 BOLIVAR 7

PARK HILL SOUTH 11 BOLIVAR 2

LIBERTY 12 CAMDENTON 3

WALNUT GROVE 17 CLIMAX SPRINGS 4

WHEATLAND 14 FAIR PLAY 2

HARTVILLE 4 GAINESVILLE 1

WHEATLAND 9 HUMANSVILLE 8

SALEM 4 WESTMINSTER CHRISTIAN 2

FATIMA 5 SULLIVAN 3

RACING-

AT LEBANON MIDWAY SPEEDWAY FRIDAY,

USRA B MODS
1 DAYTON PURSLEY
2 KRIS JACKSON
3 REX HARRIS
4 WESLEY BRIGGS
5 SAM MCDANIEL.

POWER I SUPER STOCKS
1 DONNIE MILLER
2 AARON POE
3 MARK DAVIS
4 TED WELSCHMEYER
5 NICK GIBSON

MIDWEST MODIFIEDS
1. BEN NEWELL
2 JC NEWELL
3 JOHN BAXTER
4 DEREK COOK
5 JOE FRANCIS.

USRA STOCK CARS
1 BRYAN WHITE
2 DYLAN KEEPPER
3 PAYTON MCDOWELL
4 DALTON PHILLIPS
5 DARREN PHILLIPS

THE PURE STOCKS FEATURE RAINED OUT AND WILL RUN IN 2 WEEKS.
NO RACING THIS FRIDAY AT MIDWAY, WITH THE USRA NATIONALS THE FOLLOWING WEEKEND.

SUNDAY’S NASCAR PLAYOFF RACE AT TALLADEGA WAS RAINED OUT AND RESCHEDULED TO THIS AFTERNOON. BRANDON BROWN WON SATURDAY’S XFINITY RACE..TATE FOGLEMAN TOOK THE CHECKERED FLAG FOR THE TRUCK RACE..


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