BOYS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL TUESDAY-

HARTVILLE 51 FAIR GROVE 36

SPARTA 63 MARSHFIELD 46

BUFFALO 65 WARSAW 30

CAMDENTON 52 WAYNESVILLE 47

WEST PLAINS 71 LEBANON 63

THE YELLOWJACKETS BATTLED BACK FROM TEN POINTS DOWN ON A COUPLE OF OCCASIONS BUT COULDN’T GET TO THE FINISH LINE IN AN OZARK CONFERENCE ROAD LOSS ON KJEL….THE ZIZZERS NEVER TRAILED, LEADING 17-10 AFTER ONE AND 33-28 AT HALFTIME…
LEBANON COACH RYAN TOOMBS SAYS THEY’RE BATTLING SOME THINGS RIGHT NOW..

 

L.H.S. DREW EVEN AT 56 IN THE FOURTH QUARTER BEFORE WEST PLAINS WENT ON A 15-8 RUN TO CLOSE IT OUT….BRIGGS HUGHSTON LED THE ZIZZERS WITH 18…CALEB RAY HAD A GAME-HIGH 24 FOR THE YELLOWJACKETS, NOW 13-7 ON THE SEASON, WITH COURTWARMING AGAINST ROLLA THIS FRIDAY AT BOSWELL AUDITORIUM…

HILLCREST 72 BOLIVAR 49

CENTRAL 60 KICKAPOO 49

PARKVIEW 52 ROLLA 37

NIANGUA 80 CONWAY 47

DIXON 74 BOURBON 22

STOUTLAND 71 GLORIA DEO ACADEMY 52

CROCKER 61 VIENNA 47

HALLSVILLE 81 ELDON 38

VERSAILLES 80 ST. PAUL LUTHERAN 74

MANSFIELD 65 PLATO 38

SALEM 56 CABOOL 46

THAYER 65 WILLOW SPRINGS 50

MOUNTAIN GROVE 86 HOUSTON 50

WALNUT GROVE 55 DADEVILLE 42

EL DORADO SPRINGS 46 CLINTON 34

WEAUBLEAU 80 HUMANSVILLE 40

STOCKTON 48 LOCKWOOD 44

HERMITAGE 54 FAIR PLAY 38

HALFWAY 55 WHEATLAND 32

CHADWICK 63 MACKS CREEK 18

EUGENE 68 LINN 35

ST. ELIZABETH 72 CALVARY LUTHERAN 49

SOUTH CALLAWAY 68 RUSSELLVILLE 53

KAYSINGER CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT:

TIPTON 50 COLE CAMP 46

GIRLS BASKETBALL-

MACKS CREEK 65 CHADWICK 53

RICHLAND 53 CLIMAX SPRINGS 30

HARTVILLE 46 NORWOOD 43

OSAGE 57 BLAIR OAKS 50

WARSAW 58 BUFFALO 49

FAIR GROVE 53 SPRINGFIELD CATHOLIC 18

WALNUT GROVE 56 DADEVILLE 30

LINN 56 EUGENE 35

LOCKWOOD 45 STOCKTON 23

WHEATLAND 65 HALWAY 28

ST. ELIZABETH 48 CAPITAL CITY 37

TIPTON 73 WINDSOR 9

MENS COLLEGE BASKETBALL TONIGHT-

ARKANSAS AT MIZZOU

MISSOURI STATE AT SOUTHERN ILLINOIS

NHL TUESDAY-

COLUMBUS 1 ST. LOUIS 0

THE GAME WAS SCORELESS THROUGH TWO PERIODS BEFORE THE BLUE JACKETS SCORED THE GAME-WINNING GOAL IN THE FIFTH MINUTE OF THE THIRD. JORDAN BINNINGTON MADE 21 SAVES FOR THE BLUES, WHOSE FIVE-GAME WINNING STREAK CAME TO AN END… FORWARD BRANDON SAAD FEELS THE GOOD PLAY DURING JANUARY HAS PUT THEM BACK IN A POSITIVE LIGHT…

 

ST. LOUIS IS TIED FOR FOURTH PLACE IN THE CENTRAL DIVISION WITH 54 POINTS AND A 26-21-AND-2 RECORD. THE BLUES HEAD INTO THE ALL-STAR BREAK AND PLAY THEIR NEXT GAME ON FEBRUARY 10TH AGAINST BUFFALO.
(COURTESY MISSOURINET)

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