THE ALL OZARK CONFERENCE FOOTBALL TEAM FOR 2023 HAS BEEN ANNOUNCED…..

1ST TEAM SELECTIONS:

OFFENSIVE LINE-

DANEN CONRAD-LEBANON
OWEN MCCULLAH-BOLIVAR
CONNOR LUTES-KICKAPOO
KARSON GEORGE-CAMDENTON
THOMAS HOWE-LEBANON
GUNNER WILLIAMS-LEBANON

RECEIVERS-

KYLE EIDSON-CAMDENTON
BRIGGS HUGHSTON-WEST PLAINS
SHAUN CAMPBELL-KICKAPOO

TIGHT END-

PAXTON WEHNER-KICKAPOO
LUKE DILL-BOLIVAR

RUNNING BACKS-

TRENTON PATKE-BOLIVAR
JAX GLENDENNING-LEBANON
MICHAEL KELSEY, JR.-WAYNESVILLE

QUARTERBACK-

KADE DURNIN-CAMDENTON

ATHLETE-

GAVIN SMITH-LEBANON

KICKER-

RHETT RHOADES-LEBANON

DEFENSIVE LINE-

JAXON HUNTER-WEST PLAINS
JESHUA BALDERAS-CAMDENTON
GUNNER WILLIAMS-LEBANON
TATE MASHBURN-BOLIVAR

ENDS-

KELLEN LINDSTROM-GLENDALE
MASON HENDRICKS-LEBANON
GANNON BENTON-KICKAPOO

LINEBACKERS-

SAM DEMOTT-CAMDENTON
MASON MCCURRY-BOLIVAR
PEYTON WOLFE-KICKAPOO
ALEX JUDD-WEST PLAINS

DEFENSIVE BACKS-

BRAYDEN SHEPPARD-CAMDENTON
DREW BOWLING-LEBANON
SPENCER MELLENCAMP-CAMDENTON
LEVI PHILLIPS-KICKAPOO

PUNTER-

PRYCE BROWN-KICKAPOO

KICK RETURNER-

SHAUN CAMPBELL-KICKAPOO

ATHLETE-

NICK ALLEN-LEBANON

OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: JAX GLENDENNING-LEBANON
DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: KELLEN LINDSTROM-GLENDALE
COACH OF THE YEAR: WILL CHRISTIAN-LEBANON

COLLEGE BASKETBALL MONDAY-

MIZZOU 68 S.I.U. EDWARDSVILLE 50

THE COUGARS MADE JUST ONE BASKET IN THE FIRST 18 AND A HALF MINUTES IN THE SECOND HALF AS THE TIGERS BLEW OPEN A TIED GAME AT 21 BY OUTSCORING SIU-E 37-16 AT ONE POINT. SEAN EAST WAS THE TIGERS LEADING SCORER FOR THE THIRD STRAIGHT GAME, SCORING 20 ON 8 OF 11 SHOOTING.

THE TIGERS SHOT 43 PERCENT FOR THE GAME AND HELD S.I.U.-E TO 28 PERCENT..THE TIGERS LIMITED TURNOVERS TO NINE…THEY’LL VISIT MINNESOTA ON THURSDAY FOR AN 8:00 TIPOFF AGAINST THE GOLDEN GOPHERS……
(COURTESY MISSOURINET)

MISSOURI STATE 84 ORAL ROBERTS 69

PACED BY A CAREER-HIGH 28 POINTS FROM ALSTON MASON AND 17 MORE FROM DONOVAN CLAY, THE BEARS LED WIRE TO WIRE TO ENJOY A SUCCESSFUL HOME OPENER.
MASON FINISHED 10-FOR-15 FROM THE FIELD AND 5-OF-7 FROM 3-POINT RANGE. COACH DANA FORD THOUGHT THE FIRST TWENTY MINUTES SET THE TONE..

 

N.J. BENSON ALSO SCORED IN DOUBLE FIGURES FOR MISSOURI STATE  WITH A CAREER-BEST 11 POINTS, WHILE MASON SNAGGED A GAME-HIGH 9 REBOUNDS, AND MATTHEW LEE DISHED OUT 9 ASSISTS TO HELP THE WINNING CAUSE.
ORU WAS LED BY ISAAC MCBRIDE’S 27 POINTS…THE BEARS WILL HEAD TO THE VIRGIN ISLANDS TO MEET FLORIDA GULF-COAST FRIDAY AT 7:00…..

NHL TONIGHT-

TAMPA BAY AT ST. LOUIS