HIGH SCHOOL BOYS BASKETBALL TUESDAY-

FORSYTH TOURNAMENT:

LEBANON 73 REEDS SPRING 23

THE YELLOWJACKETS ROLLED TO A SEASON OPENING WIN IN THE FORSYTH TOURNAMENT ON KJEL…KELBY VANDERGRIFT PACED FIVE DOUBLE FIGURE SCORERS WITH THIRTEEN…LEBANON WAS UP 32-9 BY HALFTIME AND ENJOYED THE RUNNING CLOCK IN THE 4TH QUARTER..L.H.S. FORCED 23 TURNOVERS ON THE NIGHT AND KEPT THE WOLVES OFF THE FREE THROW LINE THROUGHOUT FOR COACH RYAN TOOMBS…..

LEBANON WILL MEET BRANSON, AN 85-46 WINNER OVER SPOKANE, IN FRIDAY’S WINNER’S BRACKET SEMIFINAL AT 7:30…CARL JUNCTION WILL OPPOSE GAINESVILLE IN THE TOP SIDE OF THE BRACKET TO DETERMINE WHO GOES TO THE CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND…..

FRISCO LEAGUE TOURNAMENT:

DIXON 66 STOUTLAND 55

THE BULLDOGS PULLED AWAY FROM A TWO POINT GAME AFTER THREE TO SECURE THE VICTORY…COACH LOGAN RAY ON THE PERFORMANCE…

 

TOMMY McBRIDE LED DIXON WITH 19, DREW YOUNG ADDED 14, AND CASE SINDEN TOSSED DOWN 11.. STOUTLAND GOT 23 FROM AARON FRANKLIN AND 11 FROM MICHAEL KINCADE..

LICKING 73 LAQUEY 43

A 17-6 THIRD QUARTER RUN BY THE WILDCATS HELPED SEAL THE DECISION ..TURNOVERS WERE A BIG KEY AS LICKING HELD THEIRS TO 6, LAQUEY COMMITTED 18…..ELEVEN PLAYERS SCORED FOR LICKING LED BY KEYTON COOK WITH 22 WHO RECEIVED ACCOLADES FROM COACH PHIL GAMBILL…

 

ROSTON STOCKARD ADDED 19 AND AUSTIN JAMES DRAINED 12 FOR 3 IN DOUBLES…
LAQUEY GOT 14 FROM IZEYAH BOGGS AND 10 FROM LANDYN NADERMAN…

NEWBURG 55 PLATO 37

CAGE HOLDERBY LED THE WOLVES WITH 16, COLTON POUND ADDED 13, AND FRESHMAN JAYCE DYER TOSSED  IN   11…COACH KOBE WANDS ON THE TEMPO….

 

PLATO ONLY HAD 4 SCORE POINTS BUT THEY WERE LED BY ANDREW WOODRUFF WITH 19….

ALSO:

CONWAY  59 MORRISVILLE  46

SPARTA 60 BUFFALO 28

MOUNTAIN GROVE 70 CASSVILLE 50

HARTVILLE 49 CHADWICK 25

MANSFIELD 87 BRADLEYVILLE 55

NORWOOD 89 DORA 59

NIANGUA 72 FAIR PLAY 41

FAIR GROVE 56 CLEVER 35

COLE CAMP 54 SKYLINE  42

WEAUBLEAU 79 WARSAW 46

CHAMOIS 59 VIENNA 57

SOUTH CALLAWAY 62 TIPTON 60

EUGENE 96 MACKS CREEK 22OSAGE 57 LINN 45

SOUTHERN BOONE 83 RUSSELLVILLE 59

WHEATLAND 74 EVERTON 24

BLUE EYE 75 FORDLAND 59

HERMITAGE 49 LAKELAND 43

HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS BASKETBALL-

FAIR GROVE TOURNAMENT:

ROGERSVILLE 77 LEBANON 54

WEST PLAINS 66 MOUNT VERNON 18

ALSO:

BOLIVAR 53 ASH GROVE 38

BUFFALO 50 SENECA 32

WEAUBLEAU 50 COLE CAMP 23

GLENDALE 68 MANSFIELD 26

ELDON 66 VERSAILLES 22

MEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL-

MIZZOU 71 PITTSBURGH 64

THE TIGERS WON THEIR SECOND ROAD GAME DURING THE NON-CONFERENCE CAMPAIGN, DEFEATING PANTHERS IN THE ACC/SEC CHALLENGE ON TUESDAY NIGHT…..THE TIGERS IMPROVE TO 6-2 ON THE YEAR, WHILE THE PANTHERS FALL TO 5-2.SENIOR GUARD SEAN EAST TALLIED HIS FOURTH 20-POINT GAME OF THE SEASON, POSTING 21 POINTS TO GO WITH FOUR ASSISTS. OVERALL, FOUR TIGERS SCORED IN DOUBLE FIGURES WITH EAST BEING JOINED BY NOAH CARTER  WITH 13 POINTS AND A GAME-HIGH EIGHT BOARDS, TAMAR BATES WITH A DOZEN POINTS IN HIS FIRST START OF THE YEAR AND CALEB GRILL ADDING 10 POINTS OFF THE BENCH. COACH DENNIS GATES SAID REBOUNDING WAS A POINT OF EMPHASIS.

 

THE TIGERS WON THE BATTLE ON THE GLASS 36-33 AGAINST ONE OF THE NATION’S TOP REBOUNDING TEAMS; A PITT SQUAD THAT ENTERED THE GAME OUTREBOUNDING FOES BY 17.5,. MIZZOU WILL HOST WICHITA STATE SUNDAY AT 2:00 IN COLUMBIA…
(COURTESY MISSOURINET)

TONIGHT-

EVANSVILLE AT MISSOURI STATE

WRESTLING-

REPUBLIC 52 WAYNESVILLE 25

CAPITAL CITY 70 ST. JAMES 12

NHL TUESDAY-

MINNESOTA 3 ST. LOUIS 1

THE WILD PUT AN END TO THEIR SEVEN-GAME LOSING STREAK WITH A VICTORY IN ST. PAUL. JOEL ERIKSSON EK AND FREDERICK GAUDREAU SCORED FIRST-PERIOD GOALS FOR THE WILD, WHO GAVE NEW HEAD COACH JOHN HYNES A WIN IN HIS DEBUT AND BLUES COACH CRAIG BERUBE SAID THAT ASPECT WAS NOTICEABLE…

 

MATT BOLDY ADDED AN INSURANCE GOAL LATE TO BACK 23 SAVES FROM FILIP GUSTAVSSON.. COLTON PARAYKO SCORED THE LONE GOAL FOR ST. LOUIS, WHICH HAS DROPPED TWO OF THREE. JORDAN BINNINGTON ALLOWED ALL THREE GOALS ON 37 SHOTS IN THE SETBACK. ST. LOUIS RETURNS HOME TO HOST BUFFALO TOMORROW NIGHT AT THE ENTERPRISE CENTER.
(COURTESY MISSOURINET)

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