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KJEL SPORTS TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 7, 2021

MISSOURI HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL RANKINGS-

CLASS 6
Rank, team, Rec., Pts., LW
1. Raymore-Peculiar (9), 2-0, 98, 2
2. DeSmet (1), 1-1, 89, 1
3. CBC, 1-1, 78, 3
4. Joplin, 2-0, 73, 4
5. Liberty North, 1-1, 61, 5
6. Francis Howell, 2-0, 45, 8
7. Nixa, 1-1, 32, 6
8. Lee’s Summit North, 2-0, 27, 10
T9. Hazelwood Central, 2-0, 13, NR
T9. Park Hill South, 2-0, 13, NR
Dropped out: No. 7 Rockhurst, No. 9 Liberty
Also receiving votes: Liberty (1-1), 12; Kirkwood (2-0), 9

CLASS 5
Rank, team, Rec., Pts., LW
1. Jackson (10), 2-0, 100, 1
2. Webb City, 1-1, 86, 2
3. Raytown, 2-0, 79, 3
4. Holt, 2-0, 66, 5
5. Battle, 1-0, 64, 4
6. Carthage, 2-0, 54, 6
7. Fort Osage, 2-0, 33, NR
8. North Kansas City, 1-1, 23, 10
9. Lebanon, 2-0, 18, NR
10. Ladue, 2-0, 17, NR
Dropped out: No. 7 Chaminade, No. 8 Fort Zumwalt North, No. 9 Staley
Also receiving votes: Staley (1-1), 4; Chaminade (1-1), 3; Rockwood Summit (2-0), 3

CLASS 4
Rank, team, Rec., Pts., LW
1. Smithville (8), 2-0, 96, 1
2. West Plains (1), 2-0, 85, T2
3. MICDS (1), 2-0, 84, T2
4. Hannibal, 2-0, 75, 4
5. Harrisonville, 2-0, 60, 5
6. St. Dominic, 2-0, 50, 7
7. Warrensburg, 2-0, 37, 10
8. Union, 2-0, 22, NR
9. McCluer, 1-1, 13, 6
10. Grandview, 1-1, 9, 8
Dropped out: No. 9 Excelsior Springs
Also receiving votes: Lincoln College Prep (2-0), 8; Soldan (2-0), 5; Excelsior Springs (1-1), 3; St. Joseph Lafayette (2-0), 3

CLASS 3
Rank, team, Rec., Pts., LW
1. Blair Oaks (9), 2-0, 98, 1
2. St. Mary’s (1), 1-0, 87, T2
3. Odessa, 2-0, 85, T2
4. Lutheran North, 0-1, 65, 4
5. Valle Catholic, 2-0, 59, 5
6. St. Pius X, 2-0, 52, 7
7. Cardinal Ritter, 0-2, 39, 6
8. Mexico, 2-0, 26, T9
9. Summit Christian, 2-0, 20, T9
10. Park Hills Central, 1-1, 14, NR
Dropped out: No. 8 Cassville
Also receiving votes: Kennett (2-0), 3; Seneca (2-0), 2

CLASS 2
Rank, team, Rec., Pts., LW
1. Lamar (10), 2-0, 100, 1
2. Duchesne, 2-0, 88, 2
3. Fair Grove, 2-0, 77, 3
4. Hallsville, 2-0, 64, 5
5. Macon, 1-1, 53, 4
6. Lutheran St. Charles, 1-1, 52, 7
7. Jefferson, 2-0, 26, 9
8. MV-Liberty, 1-1, 23, 8
9. Richmond, 2-0, 21, NR
10. Maryville, 0-2, 19, 6
Dropped out: No. 10 Butler
Also receiving votes: Butler (2-0), 15; Ava (2-0), 8; Bowling Green (2-0), 3; Lafayette County (1-1), 1

CLASS 1
Rank, team, Rec., Pts., LW
1. Windsor (9), 2-0, 97, 1
2. Monroe City, 2-0, 85, 2
3. Mid Buchanan (1), 2-0, 79, 3
4. Hayti, 2-0, 59, 5
5. Marionville, 2-0, 58, 4
6. Hamilton-Penney, 2-0, 57, 6
7. Westran, 2-0, 35, 7
8. East Buchanan, 2-0, 26, 8
9. Skyline, 1-1, 22, T9
10. Harrisburg, 2-0, 15, T9
Also receiving votes: Thayer (1-1), 10; Marceline (2-0), 7

LAST NIGHT-

LEBANON FRESHMEN 30 KICKAPOO 13

KICKAPOO JV 32 LEBANON 30

 

HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL MONDAY-

OSCEOLA DEFEATED WARSAW IN 3

SOFTBALL MONDAY-

MARSHFIELD 2 WEAUBLEAU 0

MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL MONDAY-

L.A. DODGERS 5 CARDINALS 1

A HEAVY DOSE OF MAX SCHERZER WAS MORE THAN THE REDBIRDS COULD TOLERATE ON LABOR DAY, AS THE GATEWAY CITY NATIVE CONTINUES TO DOMINATE HIS HOMETOWN TEAM WHILE NOW IN DODGER BLUE . SCHERZER STRUCK OUT 13 BATTERS OVER EIGHT SCORELESS FRAMES TO PICK UP HIS 13TH WIN OF THE YEAR.

THE RIGHTHANDER HAS COMPILED 104 DOUBLE DIGIT STRIKETOUT GAMES IN HIS CAREER, WITH SIX COMING AGAINST THE CARDINALS…MOOKIE BETTS AND COREY SEAGER EACH ADDED AN RBI FOR LOS ANGELES AND CHRIS TAYLOR PUT THE FINISHING TOUCH ON A PRODUCTIVE FIRST FOR L.A.

THE DODGERS HAVE WON FIVE OF THE LAST SEVEN  AND  LEAD THE NATIONAL LEAGUE WILDCARD RACE WHILE THE CARDS ARE THREE AND A HALF GAMES BEHIND IN THE CHASE FOR THE NUMBER TWO SPOT… TOMMY EDMAN HAD TWO HITS AND A RUN SCORED FOR ST. LOUIS, WHICH HAS DROPPED THREE STRAIGHT. MILES MIKOLAS WAS DEALT HIS SECOND LOSS, ALLOWING FIVE RUNS IN FIVE FRAMES. 6:45 IS GAMETIME TONITE AT BUSCH STADIUM FOR THE 2ND OF A FOUR GAME SERIES..PRE-GAME WILL AIR AT 5:50 ON KJEL..

 

ROYALS 3 BALTIMORE 2

ANDREW BENINTENDI SLASHED A GO-AHEAD, EIGHTH-INNING SINGLE DOWN THE RIGHT FIELD LINE BEFORE ROBBING THE ANTHONY SANTANDER OF A GAME-TYING HOME RUN IN THE NINTH DURING KANSAS CITY’S WIN AT CAMDEN YARDS.

EARLIER IN THE EIGHTH, SALVADOR PEREZ HIT A BLOOP SINGLE TO TIE THE GAME, EARNING HIS 103RD RBI. HANSER ALBERTO ALSO HOMERED AGAINST HIS FORMER TEAM IN THE ROYALS VICTORY. DOMINGO TAPIA WAS CREDITED WITH HIS SECOND WIN AND SCOTT BARLOW GOT THE SAVE. CEDRIC MULLINS HIT HIS 26TH HOME RUN OF THE SEASON IN THE LOSS, WHILE ZAC LOWTHER GAVE UP JUST ONE RUN THROUGH SIX INNING IN A NO-DECISION. COLE SULSER WAS TAGGED WITH HIS FOURTH LOSS. THE TWO TEAMS MEET AGAIN AT 6:05 TONIGHT…

 


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