HIGH GIRLS BASKETBALL WEDNESDAY-

STOUTLAND 74 WARSAW 57

WALNUT GROVE 48 CHADWICK 37 (CHAMPIONSHIP PLEASANT HOPE TOURNAMENT)

STOVER 54 CREST RIDGE 19

NORWOOD 52 WILLOW SPRINGS 23

FATIMA 69 SOUTHERN BOONE 40

BOYS BASKETBALL-

DIXON 63 PLATO 49

CHADWICK 51 MORRISVILLE 32 (CHAMPIONSHIP PLEASANT HOPE TOURNAMENT)

STOVER 72 CREST RIDGE 53

VERSAILLES 78 TIPTON 49

COLLEGE BASKETBALL-

NORTHERN IOWA 72 MISSOURI STATE 65

TEXAS A&M 79 MIZZOU 60

THE TIGERS ARE NOW MIRED IN A TEN-GAME LOSING STREAK FOLLOWING A 19 POINT SETBACK TO THE AGGIES AT MIZZOU ARENA. A&M LED  38-25 AT HALFTIME AND  OUTSCORED THE TIGERS 41-35 THE REST OF THE WAY. TAMAR BATES HAD 20 POINTS FOR MIZZOU, WHILE NICK HONOR FINISHED WITH 19.

 

HONOR’S RUNNING MATE, SEAN EAST MISSED THE GAME WITH AN INJURY. MIZZOU GAVE UP SCORING RUNS OF 16-0 IN THE FIRST HALF AND 10-0 IN THE SECOND HALF.
MIZZOU IS NOW 8-15 AND AT THE BOTTOM OF THE SEC WITH AN 0-AND-10 CONFERENCE RECORD…. THE TIGERS HOST MISSISSIPPI STATE ON SATURDAY FOR A 7:30 TIPOFF…..
(COURTESY MISSOURINET)

EVANGEL 97 MCPHERSON 88

EVANGEL LADY VALOR 77 MCPHERSON 49

COLLEGE FOOTBALL-

WEDNESDAY WAS NATIONAL SIGNING DAY…SOUTHWEST BAPTIST FOOTBALL ANNOUNCED A RECRUITING CLASS NUMBERING 47 INCLUDING 32 FROM MISSOURI…AMONG THOSE FROM THE AREA ARE MOUNTAIN GROVE LINEBACKER TYLER FLEETWOOD AND MARSHFIELD RUNNING BACK DAYVION HARRIS…..

MISSOURI S&T SIGNED 27 NEW MINERS INCLUDING BRANSON DEFENSIVE BACK MARSHALL STORM, KICKAPOO LINEBACKER PEYTON WOLFE AND CHIEFS TEAMMATE, WIDEOUT MATTHEW YOUNG, ALONG WITH ST. JAMES Q.B. COOPER HARLAN…

 

NFL-

THE CHIEFS ARE CONTINUING PREPARATIONS FOR SUPER BOWL 58. THE TEAM BATTLES THE SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS AT ALLEGIANT STADIUM IN LAS VEGAS ON SUNDAY NIGHT. KC IS EYING ITS THIRD TITLE IN FIVE YEARS, AND HOPES FOR A SUCCESSFUL CHAMPIONSHIP DEFENSE AFTER TAKING DOWN THE PHILADELPHIA EAGLES IN LAST YEAR’S BIG GAME. GUARD NICK ALLEGRETTI PRACTICED IN PLACE OF JOE THUNEY ON WEDNESDAY.

 

THUNEY IS UNLIKELY TO PLAY AS HE WORKS THROUGH A PECTORAL INJURY. RUNNING BACK JERICK MCKINNON WAS LIMITED AS HE WORKS BACK FROM SPORTS HERNIA SURGERY. COACH ANDY REID SAID MCKINNON WAS A “LONG SHOT” TO PLAY IN THE SUPER BOWL.
(COURTESY MISSOURINET)