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KJEL SPORTS WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 15, 2021

HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL TUESDAY-

LEBANON SWEPT GLENDALE IN 3

CONWAY WAS VICTORIOUS IN 3 AGAINST FORDLAND

LICKING DEFEATED CABOOL IN 3

SKYLINE OVER OSCEOLA IN 4

STOCKTON SWEPT BUFFALO IN 3

AVA EDGED NEW COVENANT ACADEMY IN 4

POTOSI DOWNED SALEM IN 3

MARSHFIELD OVER MONETT IN 3

ROGERSVILLE DEFEATED OZARK IN 4

MILLER TOPPED FAIR GROVE IN 3

BLAIR OAKS OVER ELDON IN 3

EUGENE DEFEATED FATIMA IN 4

RUSSELLVILLE SWEPT BUNCETON IN 3

 

HIGH SCHOOL SOCCER-

BOLIVAR 5 WEST PLAINS 2

LEBANON 2 HILLCREST 1 (OT)

NEW COVENANT ACADEMY 2 LAQUEY 0

FAIR GROVE 7 CASSVILLE 2

SULLIVAN 2 FATIMA 1

TENNIS-

BOLIVAR 8 LEBANON 1

HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL-

MARSHFIELD 17 REED SPRING 1

KICKAPOO 11 LEBANON 0 (5)

ROLLA 7 GLENDALE 0

HARTVILLE 4 DIXON 2

WALNUT GROVE 15 HALFWAY 1

BELLE 8 SALEM 4

SEYMOUR 7 GAINESVILLE 5

WHEATLAND 22 MACKS CREEK 5

WEAUBLEAU 14 HUMANSVILLE 4

ROGERSVILLE 7 NEVADA 5

MORRISVILLE 8 BOLIVAR 1

IBERIA 18 NEWBURG 1

SEDALIA SMITH COTTON 12 OSAGE 6

RUSSELLVILLE 11 ST. ELIZABETH 3

VERSAILLES 6 CALIFORNIA 5

FATIMA 12 TUSCUMBIA 0

EUGENE 10 ELDON 5

BASEBALL-

ST. ELIZABETH 13 TUSCUMBIA 2

MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL-

CARDINALS 7 NEW YORK METS 6

THE REDBIRDS HAVE CLIMBED THE RUNGS INTO THE TOP SPOT FOR THE SECOND NATIONAL LEAGUE WILDCARD SPOT…WITH THE GAME TIED 4-4 IN THE 11TH, EDMUNDO SOSA HIT AN RBI SINGLE AND ANDREW KNIZNER ADDED A TWO-RBI SINGLE THAT GAVE ST. LOUIS A THREE-RUN LEAD. THE METS WERE ABLE TO SCORE TWO RUNS IN THE BOTTOM OF THE 11TH, BUT IT WASN’T ENOUGH. IN THE TENTH, THE ST. LOUIS DEFENSE CAME UP BIG TO KEEP THE GAME GOING.

JAKE WOODFORD ALLOWED TWO RUNS IN FOUR INNINGS AND ALEX REYES EARNED THE WIN OUT OF THE BULLPEN. TYLER O’NEILL POWERED THE CARDINALS OFFENSE WITH AN RBI SINGLE IN THE FOURTH AND A TWO-RUN BLAST IN THE EIGHTH.

ST. LOUIS HAS WON FOUR IN A ROW AND WILL TRY TO COMPLETE THE 3-GAME SWEEP TONIGHT AT CITI FIELD..PRE-GAME COVERAGE WILL BEGIN AT 5:15 ON KJEL…

ROYALS 10 OAKLAND 7

KANSAS CITY WAS ABLE TO RECOVER FROM AN EARLY 6-0 DEFICIT….SALVADOR PEREZ’S THREE-RUN SHOT IN THE BOTTOM OF THE SIXTH GAVE THE ROYALS AN 8-7 LEAD, AND THE BULLPEN, LED BY ERVIN SANTANA BEHIND STARTER JACKSON KOWAR, WAS ABLE TO SHUT DOWN THE A’S FROM THERE FOR MANAGER MIKE MATHENY.

PEREZ FINISHED WITH FOUR RBI IN THE WIN. KYLE ISBEL AND HUNTER DOZIER ALSO HOMERED FOR KANSAS CITY. JAKE BRENTZ PICKED UP HIS FIFTH WIN IN RELIEF WHILE SCOTT BARLOW EARNED SAVE NUMBER 13. THE ROYALS HAVE WON FOUR OF THEIR LAST FIVE

DURING A PRESS CONFERENCE TUESDAY, ROYALS CHAIRMAN/CEO JOHN SHERMAN ANNOUNCED THAT GENERAL MANAGER DAYTON MOORE WILL SERVE AS THE TEAM’S PRESIDENT OF BASEBALL OPERATIONS, A NEW ROLE FOR THE ORGANIZATION.

MOORE’S LONGTIME ASSISTANT J.J. PICOLLO, CURRENTLY OVERSEEING PLAYER PERSONNEL, WAS PROMOTED TO GENERAL MANAGER.

THE PROMOTIONS WERE EFFECTIVE TUESDAY, AND THERE COULD BE FURTHER TITLE CHANGES WITHIN THE FRONT OFFICE OVER THE OFFSEASON.
PERHAPS EVEN BIGGER NEWS WAS DISCLOSURE THAT JOHN SHERMAN AND THE ROYALS OWNERSHIP GROUP ARE DISCUSSING THE POSSIBLITY OF CONSTRUCTING A NEW DOWNTOWN STADIUM.

 

THE ROYALS HAVE PLAYED AT KAUFFMAN STADIUM SINCE 1973…

DOUBLE A CENTRAL LEAGUE-

NORTHWEST ARKANSAS 3 SPRINGFIELD CARDINALS 2

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL-

SOUTHWEST BAPTIST HAS PICKED UP A VERBAL COMMITMENT FROM SENIOR STANDOUT DRENNAN DINKINS OF SOUTH IRON

MIDWEEK JACKET TALK AIRS AT 11:05 THIS MORNING FROM A TASTE OF ANDY’S ON KJEL

 

 


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