Marvs Sport-KFBD-Monday January 11
THE TOP SEEDED RICHLAND BEARS ARE CHAMPS OF THE BOURBON TOURNAMENT, THE TOP SEEDED DIXON BULLDOGS WERE NOT AS FORTUNATE AT THE STOVER TOURNAMENT….THOSE STORIES AND THE WAYNESVILLE TIGERS ON QUARENTINE WILL KEEP THEM FROM PLAYING ANY VARSITY GAMES THIS WEEK…
FRIDAY AT THE BOURBON TOURNAMENT, TWO FRISCO LEAGUERS SQUARED OFF IN THE TITLE GAME AND WHILE LAQUEY JUMPED OUT TO AN EARLY LEAD, THE BEARS DEFENSE WAS TOO MUCH IN THE END AND RICHLAND WINS IT, 38-27 IN A RATHER LOW SCORING CONTEST…
LAQUEY LED BY 7 AFTER ONE, RICHLAND CUT IT TO 3 AT THE HALF, OUTSCORED THE HORNETS 8-2 IN THE 3RD TO GO UP BY 3, THEN PUT IT AWAY IN THE 4TH WITH A 13-5 ADVANTAGE.
LAQUEY COACH STEVE SCHOLFIELD SAID “Got off to a good start, but couldn’t sustain it. Give Richland credit s their defense gave us fits in the last 3 quarters.”
THE HORNETS ARE 4-4, RICHLAND IMPROVES TO 10-3..
THE REST OF THE TOURNAMENT SAW VALLEY CALADONIA BEAT CUBA 52-38 FOR 3RD..
BOURBON TOOK OUT CROCKER, 65-49 IN THE 5TH PLACE GAME…
IN THE BOURBON GIRLS TOURNAMENT SATURDAY, BELLE UPSET TOP SEED LIBERTY CHRISTIAN 57-53 FOR THE TITLE…
ST. PAUL LUTHERAN GOT BY PACIFIC 56-44 FOR 3RD..
IN THE 5TH PLACE GAME, THE LAQUEY LADY HORNETS BROUGHT HOME SOME HARDWARE AFTER NIPPING GRANDVIEW 32-29 IN A COMEBACK EFFORT.
THE LADY HORNETS WERE DOWN BY 5 WITH A MINUTE LEFT IN THE 3RD QUARTER, WHEN ADRIANNE MILLER STOLE THE BALL TWO TIMES, AND LAQUEY CUTS THE DEFICIT TO ONE….THE LADY HORNETS TOOK THAT MOMENTUM INTO THE LAST FRAME, OUTSCORED GRANDVIEW BY 4 AND WON IT BY 3…..MILLER FINISHED WITH 14 POINTS…..
VIBURNUM WON THE 7TH PLACE GAME, 72-17 OVER BOURBON…
AT THE STOVER TOURNAMENT, TOP SEED DIXON SETTLED FOR 2ND AFTER A 79-75 LOSS TO 2ND SEED VERSAILLES IN A DANDY TOURNAMENT FINALE’….
VERSAILLES DOUBLED UP THE BULLDOGS 22-11 IN THE FIRST QUARTER, CAME BACK AND HAD THE LEAD IN THE FINAL STANZA, BUT FELL IN THE END BY 4, 79-75…
COACH LOGAN RAY OF DIXON SAID “This was an exciting back and forth game that saw many possessions. We got down early in the game and we’re down by 8 after the 1st half. We made a run in the 4th quarter and we’re up by 6 at one point. Unfortunately, it didn’t end the way we we wanted but proud of the effort and grit we showed. We we definitely look to learn and get better from this game.
ELI GULIGSAYER FINISHED WITH 21 FOR VERSAILLES, SETH NEWTON ENDED WITH 17 AS THEIR TOP 2.
THE BULLDOGS GOT 33 FROM C.J. THILTGEN, 18 FROM WILL SHELTON AND 13 FROM CLAYTON SINDEN.
CJ THILTGEN & CLAYTON SINDEN MADE THE ALL TOURNAMENT TEAM FROM DIXON.
ON FRIDAY, THE DIXON LADY BULLDOGS GOT 30 POINTS FROM RESA MARTIN, 24 FROM RYLI MARTIN AND THAT WAS 54 OF THE TEAMS 58 AND THEY DROPPED THE 7TH PLACE GAME AT THE STOVER TOURNAMENT TO GREEN RIDGE, 70-58….THIS WAS RESA MARTIN’S FIRST GAME BACK AFTER AN ANKLE INJURY AND RYLI MARTIN’S 8 THREE’S IN THE GAME PUTS HER AT #29 IN THE STATE FOR THREE’S…..
JEFF CITY 67-45 OVER WAYNESVILLE LADY TIGERS
BOTH THE WAYNESVILLE TEAMS WERE SCHEDULED FOR FRIDAY, BUT ONLY 1 RANG THE BELL AT TIP OFF TIME…
THE LADY TIGERS WERE AT HOME WITH JEFF CITY IN TOWN, AND WHILE WAYNESVILLE HELD THEIR OWN ON THE BOARDS AGAINST A TRIO OF 6-3, 6-2, AND 6-1 POST PLAYERS, THEIR LENGTH CUTTING OFF THE PASSING LANES FORCING THE LADY TIGERS INTO SOME LOB PASSES THAT GOT INTERCEPTED, WAYNESVILLE GAVE A GOOD EFFORT IN A 67-45 LOSS..
THE LADY JAYS LED BY 6 AFTER ONE, THEN WENT ON A 25-8 RUN IN THE 2ND WHICH TURNED OUT TO BE THE DIFFERENCE….BOTH TEAMS PLAYED FAIRLY EVEN IN THE 2ND HALF….
NAUDIA EVANS FINISHED WITH 29, BREONNA HURD ADDED 10, BUT HURD, A 6-1 FRESHMAN FOR THE LADY TIGERS HAD HER HANDS FULL WITH THE TALLNESS OF THE LADY JAYS…
SARA LITHACUM, A 6-2 SR. LED THE LADY JAYS WITH 20 POINTS..HANNA NILGES ADDED 13, WHILE KARA DAILY A 6-1 SR. FINSIHED WITH 11, AND PULLED DOWN SOME DOUBLE DIGITS ON THE BOARDS…
21 TURNOVERS FOR THE LADY TIGERS WAS TOO MUCH TO OVERCOME….AGAIN, THEY HELD THEIR OWN ON THE BOARDS WITH THE LADY JAYS…WAYNESVILLE PULLED DOWN 30 REBOUNDS, 10 OFFENSIVE, WHILE JEFF HAD 32 REBOUNDS…
LADY TIGER COACH BRITTANY MATLOCK SAID “Jeff City is a great team. Proud of girls and the effort we gave on both ends of the floor. We executed better tonight on both ends of the floor. We were outmatched inside but played with lots of heart and we also have to limit our turnovers. We will continue to work and improve.
LADY TIGERS HOST PARKVIEW TONIGHT….THAT’S ON 97.9 FM…PRE GAME AROUND 7….
THE WAYNESVILLE VARSITY TIGERS ARE QUARENTINED AND DID NOT PLAY FRIDAY AT PARKVIEW, WILL NOT PLAY TOMORROW AGAINST CENTRAL AND WILL NOT PLAY FRIDAY AT JEFFERSON CITY….
THE 9TH AND J.V. GAMES ARE STILL ON FOR TOMORROW AT WAYNESVILLE….
THE VARSITY GAME WITH CENTRAL HAS BEEN RE-SCHEUDLED FOR FEB. 3RD.
O.C. FROM FRIODAY..
Kickapoo 84 Rolla 60 Rolla F
Glendale 80 Camdenton 61 Glendale F
Hillcrest 61 Lebanon 48 Lebanon F
West Plains 47 Springfield Central
IBERIA 81-50 OVER STOUTLAND
IBERIA RODE INTO STOUTLAND AND MOVES TO 10-1 ON THE SEASON AND TURNED ON THE MERCY CLOCK IN AN 81-50 THUMPIN’ OF THE TIGERS…IBERIA PUT 4 IN DOUBLES, LED BY GABE PLEMMONS WHO FINISHED WITH 19 POINTS AND WAS 1 REBOUND SHY OF A DOUBLE DOUBLE..ISAAC LAWSON SCORED 16 POINTS, WADE BOND GOT 14, AND KOBE HALLEY CONTRIBUTED 12 POINTS…MICHAEL McDOWELL ALSO CAME UP 1 BOARD SHY OF DOUBLES….
THAT WAS IBERIA’S FIRST CONFERENCE WIN.
LICKING 67-65 AT DORA
THE LICKING WILDCATS WENT TO DORA AND GOT INTO A SHOOTING MATCH WITH THE FALCONS AND LICKING RETURNED TO TEXAS COUNTY WITH A 2 POINT, 67-65 WIN TO UP THEIR RECORD TO 10-4 ON THE SEASON…
PLATO 68-57 OVER MARANATHA
THE PLATO EAGLES WELCOMED IN THE BAPTISTS FROM MARANATHA ON FRIDAY AND TOOK CARE OF BUSINESS IN A 68-57 VICTORY…
CASE McCLURE POURED IN 23 FOR THE EAGLES, GRAHAM TODD ADDED 19. WYATT COTREL TOSSED DOWN 10…..
MARANATHA’S MASON SPENCE LED ALL SCORERS WITH 28, PRESTON VOIGHT ADDED 19 FOR THE WARRIORS…
PLATO COACH MIKE PHILLIPS SAID “I appreciated the guys effort tonight. We were able to by secure with the ball, I thought we looked pretty good..We scored a lot of points in the paint tonight, which makes us hard to guard.”
THE WAYNESVILLE LADY TIGERS ENTERTAIN THE PARKVIEW LADY VIKINGS….9TH GRADE TIPS AT 4:30, JV TO FOLLOW WITH THE VARSITY TIP OFF NEAR 7…IT’S HERE ON 97.9 FM.
OTHER GIRLS GAMES:
CROCKER’S AT EUGENE
TUSCUMBIA COMES TO LAQUEY
NEWBURG’S AT PLATO
ON THE BOYS SIDE, WAYNESVILLE JV TIGERS ARE IN THE LEBANON J.V. TOURNAMENT THIS WEEK…
IT WAS A QUIET COVID WEEKEND FOR MISSOURI TIGER AND LADY TIGER BASKETBALL….
THE 13TH RANKED MISSOURI TIGERS WERE TO BE AT HOME SATURDAY FOR A GAME AGAINST THE L.S.U. TIGERS, BUT THAT HAS BEEN CALLED OFF DUE TO COVID-19 CONCERNS. REPORTER BILL POLLOCK SAYS THE MATCHUP WILL BE RESCHEDULED.
THE WOMEN OF MIZZOU WERE EXPECTED TO PLAY AUBURN ON SUNDAY AT 2, BUT Due to a combination of positive tests, contact tracing and subsequent quarantining of individuals within the Auburn women’s basketball program, today’s Missouri at Auburn game has been postponed, consistent with Southeastern Conference COVID-19 management requirements.
THIS NOW MAKES 6 GAMES ON THE WOMENS SCHEUDLE TO GET POSTPONED OR FLAT OUT CANCELLED…
without their head coach, and a couple of starters, not many gave the cleveland browns a legitiment shot at taking down the big ben led pittsburg steelers….it was a 6th seed vs a 3 seed and david took down goliath in a tale of 2 halves..
first half, all cleveland……..qb ben rothlisburger could not handle a wayward snap on the first play from scrimmage which the browns scooped up for a touchdown…the browns capitalized on 3 interceptions and ran up a 28 point lead…
pittsburgh showed they were not getting pushed around in the 2nd half, came back and pulled within 2 scores, but it was a little too late, and the browns won it, 48-37 and head to kansas city next sunday for a 2pm kickoff against the defending champion chiefs….
that was cleveland’s first playoff win since 1994….
Drew Brees will get to celebrate his 42nd birthday by preparing for a playoff game that will also feature the one active NFL quarterback older than him.
Brees completed 28 of 39 passes for 265 yards, connecting with Michael Thomas and Latavius Murray for touchdowns, and the New Orleans Saints defeated the Chicago Bears 21-9 in an NFC wild-card game Sunday.
The victory for the Saints (13-4) and Brees, who turns 42 on Friday, sets up a divisional-round meeting next weekend in the Superdome with Tampa Bay and 43-year-old QB Tom Brady. The Saints won each regular season matchup with the NFC South rival by double digits.
In Week 11, the Titans ruffled the Ravens’ feathers after huddling on Baltimore’s logo during pregame warmups. On Sunday, members of Baltimore’s defense stomped on the Titans’ logo following Marcus Peters’ interception that clinched the Ravens’ 20-13 wild-card win in Tennessee.
Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson, who raced to the locker room with time still on the clock, justified his actions after not shaking hands with the Titans following Sunday’s game.
“They were standing on our logo and getting into it with our coach,” Jackson said. “That was disrespectful because we treat all our opponents with respect. … There wasn’t any reason for us to shake hands.”
Saturday, January 16
(6) Rams at (1) Packers, 4:35 p.m. ET (Fox)
(5) Ravens at (2) Buffalo, 8:15 p.m. ET (NBC)
Sunday, January 17
(6) Browns at (1) Kansas City, 3:05 p.m. ET (CBS)
(5) Buccaneers at (2) Saints, 6:40 p.m. ET (Fox)