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KJEL SPORTS TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 21, 2021

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL-

TOP 10 RANKINGS:

CLASS 6

Rank, team, Rec., Pts., LW
1. CBC (5), 3-1, 95, 1
2. Liberty North (4), 2-1, 93, 2
3. Joplin (1), 4-0, 78, 3
4. DeSmet, 2-2, 66, 5
5. Lee’s Summit North, 4-0, 54, 8
6. Francis Howell, 4-0, 51, 6
7. Nixa, 3-1, 38, 7
8. Hazelwood Central, 4-0, 23, 9
9. Park Hill South, 4-0, 21, 10
10. Kirkwood, 4-0, 17, NR
Dropped out: No. 4 Raymore-Peculiar
Also receiving votes: Raymore-Peculiar (2-2), 14

CLASS 5

Rank, team, Rec., Pts., LW
1. Jackson (9), 4-0, 99, 1
2. Carthage (1), 4-0, 84, 5
3. Raytown, 2-0, 80, 3
4. Holt, 4-0, 76, 4
5. Webb City, 2-2, 57, 2
6. Lebanon, 4-0, 44, 7
7. Platte County, 3-1, 29, NR
8. Fort Osage, 3-1, 22, 9
9. Jefferson City Helias, 3-1, 21, 10
10. Ladue, 3-1, 18, 8
Dropped out: No. 6 North Kansas City
Also receiving votes: Rockwood Summit (4-0), 10; North Kansas City (2-2), 8; Battle (2-1), 1; Springfield Glendale (3-0), 1

CLASS 4

Rank, team, Rec., Pts., LW
1. Smithville (8), 4-0, 98, 1
2. West Plains (1), 4-0, 86, 2
3. MICDS (1), 4-0, 83, 3
4. Hannibal, 4-0, 73, 4
5. Union, 4-0, 53, 7
6. Harrisonville, 3-1, 41, 9
7. St. Dominic, 3-1, 29, 5
8. Lincoln College Prep, 4-0, 27, NR
9. McCluer, 3-1, 22, 8
10. Warrensburg, 3-1, 18, 6
Dropped out: No. 10 Vashon
Also receiving votes: Vashon (4-0), 13; St. Joseph Lafayette (4-0), 6; Nevada (3-1), 1

CLASS 3

Rank, team, Rec., Pts., LW
1. Odessa (10), 4-0, 100, 2
2. St. Mary’s, 2-1, 88, 3
3. Valle Catholic, 4-0, 79, 4
4. St. Pius X, 4-0, 68, 5
5. Lutheran North, 2-2, 52, 6
6. Boonville, 3-1, 48, NR
7. Blair Oaks, 3-1, 43, 1
8. Mexico, 4-0, 32, 8
9. Cardinal Ritter, 2-2, 22, 7
10. Park Hills Central, 3-1, 12, 10
Dropped out: No. 8 Summit Christian Academy
Also receiving votes: Kennett (4-0), 4; Buffalo (3-1), 1; Summit Christian (3-1), 1

CLASS 2

Rank, team, Rec., Pts., LW
1. Lamar (10), 4-0, 100, 1
2. Fair Grove, 4-0, 85, 2
3. Lutheran St. Charles, 3-1, 73, 4
4. Hallsville, 4-0, 71, 3
5. Richmond, 4-0, 57, 7
6. Butler, 4-0, 43, 9
7. Ava, 4-0, 41, 8
8. Duchesne, 2-2, 32, 5
9. Jefferson, 3-1, 21, 6
10. Bowling Green. 3-0, 13, NR
Dropped out: No. 10 Maryville
Also receiving votes: Lafayette County (3-1), 10; Maryville (1-3), 2; North Callaway (3-0) 1; Palmyra (2-2), 1

CLASS 1

Rank, team, Rec., Pts., LW
1. Windsor (9), 4-0, 97, 1
2. Monroe City, 4-0, 87, 2
3. Mid Buchanan (1), 4-0, 80, 3
4. Hayti, 3-0, 65, 4
5. Marionville, 4-0, 60, 5
6. East Buchanan, 4-0, 50, 7
7. Harrisburg, 4-0, 35, 8
8. Thayer, 3-1, 30, 9
9. Hamilton-Penney, 3-1, 26, 6
10. Skyline, 2-2, 12, NR
Dropped out: No. 10 Westran
Also receiving votes: Marceline (3-1), 6; Sarcoxie (4-0), 1: Westran (2-2), 1

MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL-

LEBANON FRESHMEN 18 KICKAPOO 15

LEBANON J.V. 46 WAYNESVILLE 16

MARSHFIELD JV 38 HOLLISTER 6

CAMDENTON FRESHMEN 22 WEST PLAINS 7

LAKER JV 38 ZIZZERS 33

 

SOCCER-

COLE CAMP 3 IBERIA 1

MONETT 3 MARSHFIELD 1

HELIAS 5 CAMDENTON 0

 

TENNIS-

WILLARD 6 LEBANON 3

 

HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL MONDAY-

LEBANON DEFEATED WILLARD IN 4

CAMDENTON TOPPED SOUTHERN BOONE IN 3

GLENDALE DEFEATED MARSHFIELD IN 4

SKYLINE TOPPED ASH GROVE IN 3

VERSAILLES OVER COLE CAMP IN 3

ELDON DEFEATED BOONVILLE IN 4

SALEM BESTED ST. JAMES IN 4

ROGERSVILLE OVER WEST PLAINS IN 3

BELLE DEFEATED CALVARY LUTHERAN IN 4

ST. PAUL LUTHERAN DEFEATED LINCOLN IN 4

 

SOFTBALL-

LEBANON 3 SALEM 1

BLAIR OAKS 5 VERSAILLES 0

ROGERSVILLE 4 BOLIVAR 3

RUSSELLVILLE 7 PILOT GROVE 1

CAPITAL CITY 26 ELDON 6

OSAGE 5 IBERIA 4

EUGENE 8 MONTGOMERY COUNTY 1

LINN 10 ST. ELIZABETH 8

HALFWAY 3 WHEATLAND 2

CALIFORNIA 14 KNOB KNOSTER 11

CROCKER 12 LAQUEY 10

WEAUBLEAU 23 MACKS CREEK 4

HUMANSVILLE 20 CLIMAX SPRINGS 11

VIENNA 13 CUBA 0

NORWOOD 15 PARKVIEW 0

ST. JAMES 8 DIXON 4

 

MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL-

CARDINALS 5 MILWAUKEE 2

9 STRAIGHT WINS FOR THE SURGING ST. LOUISANS….JON LESTER EARNED A MILESTONE  WITH THE 200TH WIN OF HIS CAREER AFTER ALLOWING JUST TWO RUNS OVER SIX INNINGS PITCHED.

NOLAN ARENADO GOT THE SCORING STARTED WITH A TWO-RUN HOME RUN IN THE FIRST INNING ON HIS 33RD LONG BALL OF THE YEAR. AVISAIL GARCIA AND LUIS URIAS EACH HIT A HOME RUN FOR THE BREWERS. FREDDY PERALTA WAS TAGGED WITH THE LOSS AFTER ALLOWING THREE EARNED RUNS OVER SIX INNINGS OF WORK. YADIER MOLINA CONTRIBUTED TWO HITS AND TWO RBI’S FOR THE VISITORS.

LUIS GARCIA CLOSED OUT THE GAME FOR THE CARDINALS FOR HIS FIRST SAVE OF THE SEASON. ST. LOUIS IS NOW 80-AND-69 WHILE THE BREWERS SLIPPED TO 91-AND-59. ST. LOUIS MANAGER MIKE SHILDT SAID LESTER HAS FIT RIGHT IN WITH HIS ABILITY AND DEMEANOR..

THE CARDS STAY 3 GAMES AHEAD OF CINCINNATI IN THE RACE FOR THE 2ND NATIONAL LEAGUE WILDCARD POSITION WITH 13 GAMES REMAINING…CARDS AND BREWERS AGAIN TONIGHT FROM WISCONSIN WITH PRE-GAME AT 5:45 ON KJEL..

ROYALS SWEPT CLEVELAND 7-2 AND 4-2

BRADY SINGER WENT THE DISTANCE IN THE 7 INNING OPENER AND SALVADOR PEREZ SOCKED HIS 46TH HOMER OF THE SEASON…ANDREW BENINTENDI AND HUNTER DOZIER ALSO WENT DEEP..

IN THE NIGHTCAP, DOMINGO TAPIA WAS THE WINNER AS THE ROYALS SCORED TWICE IN THE FIRST AND DIDN’T GIVE UP THE LEAD…
THE ROYALS AND INDIANS MEET AGAIN THIS EVENING IN CLEVELAND WITH FIRST PITCH AT RIGHT AFTER 5:00..

 


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