HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL TUESDAY-

CONWAY TOURNAMENT:

NIANGUA 69 GLORIA DEO ACADEMY 39

CLAYTON HENDERSON SCORED 28 WHILE ETHAN SCHEETZ CONTRIBUTED 21..
COACH KALEM COPLING’S TEAM IS RANKED 3RD IN THE STATE WITH A MARK OF 13-1 NOW..

NIANGUA PULLED AWAY FROM A 40-23 HALFTIME ADVANTAGE TO SECURE THE DECISION…..

CONWAY 77 SKYLINE 64

EACH TEAM MADE 13 THREE POINTERS IN A HI-VELOCITY CONTEST..BRIXON BILYEU TALLIED 30 FOR THE BEARS…
COACH DAYTON ROBISON IS SEEING PROGRESS..

 

PARKER OWEN LED SKYLINE WITH 27…..

RUSH 74 HOLLISTER 28

RYAN RAY’S 18 POINTS LED THE WAY…RUSH WAS UP 25 AT HALFTIME UTILIZING PRESSURE DEFENSE THAT LED TO 25 HOLLISTER TURNOVERS….
COACH GREG RAY FEELS THE SCHEDULE RUSH HAS PLAYED HAS BROUGHT ABOUT IMPROVEMENT AS THE SEASON’S MOVED ALONG.

 

TONIGHT-

RICHLAND-SPRINGFIELD CATHOLIC 5:30 ON KJEL

HERMANN TOURNAMENT:

LEBANON 71 WRIGHT CITY 38

MONTGOMERY COUNTY  83 NEW HAVEN 21

HERMANN 61 ST. CLAIR 27

ST. JAMES 60 BELLE 45

OTHER BASKETBALL FINALS-

KICKAPOO 55 WAYNESVILLE 36

ROLLA 89 JEFFERSON CITY 83

NEWBURG 74 STOUTLAND  69

CHADWICK 65 HERMITAGE 30

HALFWAY 72 MORRISVILLE 54

SEYMOUR 71 SPOKANE 33

COLE CAMP 62 OTTERVILLE 31

TIPTON 69 GREEN RIDGE 43

VIENNA 52 ST. ELIZABETH 43

LINCOLN 59 WARSAW 34

STEELVILLE 61 SALEM 41

GLENDALE 82 OZARK 76

SPRINGFIELD CENTRAL 74 JOPLIN 50

ROGERSVILLE 80 MOUNT VERNON 38

WEAUBLEAU 81 EL DORADO SPRINGS 50

MOUNTAIN GROVE TOURNAMENT:

HARTVILLE 70 WILLOW SPRINGS 16

MOUNTAIN GROVE 79 FORSYTH 75

OSCEOLA TOURNAMENT:

WALNUT GROVE 74 CLIMAX SPRINGS 49

HARRISBURG TOURNAMENT:

BLAIR OAKS 83 FULTON 59

GIRLS BASKETBALL-

EL DORADO SPRINGS 51 SKYLINE 49

FORDLAND 52 PLATO 43

SPARTA 54 AVA 26

MORRISVILLE 55 HALFWAY 26

ST. ELIZABETH 56 FATIMA 51

TIPTON 81 GREEN RIDGE 22

WEBB CITY 52 WALNUT GROVE 50

ROGERSVILLE 68 WILLARD 47

OSCEOLA TOURNAMENT:

WHEATLAND 65 OSCEOLA 35

MACKS CREEK 94 LAKELAND 28

HERMANN TOURNAMENT:

ROLLA 62 ST. CLAIR 24

MENS COLLEGE BASKETBALL-

TEXAS A&M 63 MIZZOU 57

THE TIGERS HELD A&M TO JUST 28.8 PERCENT SHOOTING BUT THE HOSTS WERE ABLE TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF 37 FREE-THROW ATTEMPTS TO EARN A 6 POINT VICTORY IN COLLEGE STATION…
SEAN EAST LED THE TIGERS WITH 17 POINTS AND FIVE ASSISTS, WHILE JUNIOR TAMAR BATES REGISTERED HIS NINTH-STRAIGHT GAME IN DOUBLE-DIGIT SCORING WITH 16 POINTS. COACH DENNIS GATES FELT THAT TYPE OF DEFENSIVE EFFORT SHOULD HAVE LED TO A BETTER RESULT…..

 

THE TIGERS STARTED THE GAME STRONG WITH A 13-4 LEAD OVER THE FIRST SIX MINUTES. HOWEVER, MIZZOU WOULD GO COLD OVER THE NEXT 12 MINUTES AND THE AGGIES (12-7, 3-3 SEC) WERE ABLE TO TAKE ADVANTAGE WITH A 23-2 RUN. MIZZOU MADE 1-OF-11 FIELD GOALS DURING THE STRETCH WITH EIGHT TURNOVERS .. THE TIGERS ARE 8-11 AND NOW 0-6 IN THE LEAGUE WITH A REMATCH AGAINST SOUTH CAROLINA ON THE ROAD SATURDAY AT 12 NOON….
(COURTESY MISSOURINET)

TONIGHT-

DRAKE AT MISSOURI STATE

NHL-

ST. LOUIS 4 CALGARY 3

A PAIR OF GOALS IN THE THIRD PERIOD PROPELLED THE BLUES TO A COME-FROM-BEHIND WIN AGAINST THE FLAMES AT SCOTIABANK SADDLEDOME. JORDAN KYROU TIED THE GAME AT THREE WITH A GOAL IN THE SEVENTH MINUTE OF THE FRAME, AND BRANDON SAAD SCORED THE GAME-WINNER WITH UNDER 50 SECONDS LEFT IN REGULATION.

 

SAAD HAD TWO GOALS IN THE CONTEST, WHILE BRAYDEN SCHENN ALSO LIT THE LAMP. ST. LOUIS HAS WON ITS LAST TWO GAMES TO MOVE TO WITHIN THREE POINTS OF THE FINAL PLAYOFF SPOT IN THE WESTERN CONFERENCE WITH TWO GAMES IN HAND OVER NASHVILLE. THE BLUES WILL VISIT VANCOUVER TO MEET THE CANUCKS TONIGHT AT 9:08 BEFORE FRIDAY NIGHT’S CONTEST IN SEATTLE…
(COURTESY MISSOURINET)

MIDWEEK JACKET TALK FROM A TASTE OF ANDY’S AT 10:55 THIS MORNING ON KJEL