GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL TUESDAY-

CAMDENTON 69 BLAIR OAKS 44

OSAGE 69 BOONVILLE 58

 

BOYS BASKETBALL-

WEST PLAINS 56 BOLIVAR 50

MOUNTAIN GROVE 49 REEDS SPRING 35

SALEM 50 ST. CLAIR 41

SENECA 88 BUFFALO 38

KICKAPOO 60 LEBANON 35

THE CHIEFS GAINED A SHARE OF THE SCHOOL’S 25TH  OZARK CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP SINCE 1971 WITH A VICTORY AT BOSWELL AUDITORIUM…KICKAPOO JUMPED TO A 10-2 ADVANTAGE AFTER THE OPENING EIGHT MINUTES AND STRETCHED THE MARGIN TO 16 BY HALFTIME…
LEBANON COACH RYAN TOOMBS SAID IT WASN’T EASY INITIATING OFFENSE…

 

JAKE SAGE LED THE CHIEFS SCORING WITH 16…COOPER BERRY HAD 12 FOR THE YELLOWJACKETS WHO CONCLUDE THE REGULAR SEASON AT 16-10..CLASS SIX DISTRICT 2 PLAY IS NEXT, A WEEK FROM TOMORROW IN ST. LOUIS AGAINST LAFAYETTE WILDWOOD….

PARKVIEW 102 GLENDALE 93

LIBERTY 69 HOUSTON 43

DISTRICT SCORES:

SPRINGFIELD GREENWOOD 74 CONWAY 60

PLATO 59 ELLINGTON 51

STOUTLAND 67 VIENNA 58

AFTER A PAIR OF HI-SCORING LOSSES TO THE EAGLES EARLIER, TIGERS COACH JOE NICHOLSON SAW HIS DEFENSE PERFORM BETTER..

 

NEWBURG 67 RICHLAND 34

WOLVES COACH KOBE WANDS SAYS IT TAKES MORE THAN JUST THE REGULAR LINEUP IF YOU’RE GOING TO MOVE FORWARD.

CROCKER 80 LAQUEY 54

LIONS COACH STEVE SCHOLFIELD SAID IT WAS GOOD TO PREVAIL, BUT WORK REMAINS…

 

THE CLASS TWO DISTRICT NINE SEMIFINALS ARE TOMORROW NIGHT AT LAQUEY WITH EUGENE MEETING STOUTLAND AND CROCKER OPPOSING NEWBURG…THE DISTRICT TITLE GAME IS SATURDAY AT 6:00…

LICKING 52 ALTON 48

HUMANSVILLE 47 FAIR PLAY 29

DADEVILLE 74 GOLDEN CITY 27

HERMITAGE 43 CALVARY LUTHERAN 39 (OT)

HALFWAY 70 GREENFIELD 32

MACKS CREEK 48 CLIMAX SPRINGS 46

ST. ELIZABETH 96 TUSCUMBIA 42

MORRISVILLE 45 LINCOLN 36

RUSSELLVILLE 75 SKYLINE 62

COLE CAMP 53 WARSAW 33

FORSYTH 83 PLEASANT HOPE 73

STOCKTON 57 SHERWOOD 42

MENS COLLEGE BASKETBALL-

TENNESSEE 72 MIZZOU 67

THE TIGERS ARE NOW ON A 13-GAME LOSING STREAK FOLLOWING A FIVE POINT LOSS TO THE NUMBER-FIVE VOLUNTEERS AT MIZZOU ARENA. THE TIGERS LED AT HALFTIME AND WERE WITHIN ONE WITH UNDER TEN MINUTES LEFT IN REGULATION BEFORE THE VISITORS WENT ON A 14-2 RUN TO PUT THE GAME AWAY. MIZZOU FORWARD NOAH CARTER SAID DEFENSE CARRIED THE WAY IN THE GAMES EARLY STAGES…

 

SEAN EAST-THE-SECOND POURED IN 24 POINTS IN THE LOSING EFFORT, WHILE NOAH CARTER CHIPPED IN WITH 20. MIZZOU REMAINS IN LAST PLACE IN THE SEC WITH AN 0-AND-13 CONFERENCE RECORD AND AN 8-AND-18 MARK OVERALL. MISSOURI VISITS ARKANSAS ON SATURDAY.
(COURTESY MISSOURINET)

BASEBALL-

MISSOURI STATE 10 ORAL ROBERTS 6

COLLEGE OF THE OZARKS 8 EVANGEL 4

THE MSHSAA WRESTLING CHAMPIONSHIPS GET UNDERWAY TODAY AT MIZZOU ARENA IN COLUMBIA…….

MIDWEEK JACKET TALK AIRS AT 11:00 THIS MORNING FROM A TASTE OF ANDY’S ON KJEL