Marvs Sports-KFBD-Monday December 21
THE ROUTE 66 SHOOTOUT CAME TO A CLOSE SATURDAY AFTERNOON WITH TWO TEAMS THAT FINISHED THE TWO DAY AFFAIR AT 1 AND 1….
THE LAST GAME SATURDAY WITH THE WAYNESVILLE TIGERS AND POPLAR BLUFF GOT A LITTLE ROUGH LATE IN THE GAME AND POPLAR BLUFF LEFT WITH A 59-39 VICTORY OVER THE FOUL PRONED TIGERS…
THE TIGERS DEFENSE SUFFERED WITH KEYSHAWN SMITH FOULING OUT, MIKE LEWIS AND SHAWN BARBER BOTH PLAYED WITH 4 FOULS AND PLAYED CAREFUL AND IT SHOWED IN THE SCORING.
POPLAR BLUFF LED 21-14 AFTER ONE, HAD AN 8 POINT LEAD AT THE BREAK, BUT THE THIRD QUARTER, THE TIGERS WERE OUTSCORED 15-3 AND COULD NOT GET BACK IN THIS….
TYRIQUE BROOKS LED WAYNESVILLE WITH 12 POINTS, SHAWN BARBER TOSSED DOWN 11, AND MIKE LEWIS ADDED 10..
THE EARLY GAME WAS A BLOWOUT FROM THE START…
THE ROLLA LADY BULLDOGS LIKE TO PRESS AND THE POPLAR BLUFF LADY MULES HAD NO ANSWER FOR THE PRESSURE…THEY TURNED IT OVER 10 TIMES IN THE FIRST 4 MINUTES, HAD 21 TURNOVERS AT THE HALF AND AFTER A 10-1 START, ROLLA WENT ON A 30-8 RUN AND LED 40-10 AT THE BREAK AND COACH CHARLIE PARKER HAD HIS STARTERS ON THE BENCH IN THE 2ND QUARTER…..ROLLA WENT ON A 14-3 RUN IN THE 3RD AND THE TURBO CLOCK DID NOT STOP IN THE LAST 8 MINUTES…SAVANNA CAMPBELL AND WILLOW GIDEON EACH HAD 16 TO LEAD…ROLLA WAS COMING OFF A 44-31 WIN ON FRIDAY AGAINST HICKMAN IN WHICH CARLEY LIBHART LED THE TEAM WITH 14…
THREE GAMES WERE TAKEN OFF THE SCHEUDLE AT THE ROUTE 66 SHOOTOUT IN WAYNESVILLE FRIDAY AND IT STARTED WITH A BLOWOUT WITH THE HOST WAYNESVILLE LADY TIGERS ROUTING POPLAR BLUFF, 50-17…
WAYNESVILLE OWNED THE BOARDS IN THE FIRST HALF, FORCED SOME TURNOVERS WITH A SOMTHERING DEFENSE AND KEPT THEIR 6′ POST PLAYER SIERRA SEIVERS QUIET NETTING ONLY 3 POINTS ALL NIGHT AND KEPT THEIR TURNOVERS TO JUST 10…
COACH BRITTANY MATLOCK OF WAYNESVILLE SAID “Nice win to finish out before break. I am proud of the girls and the growth they show each game.”
BREONNA HURD POURED IN 21 POINTS TO LEAD THE WAYNESVILLE ATTACK, AND PULLED DOWN DOUBLE DIGITS IN REBOUNDS…..NAUDIA EVANS ADDED 12….
THE MIDDLE GAME FRIDAY WAS A DANDY WITH PARKVIEW AND POPLAR BLUFF AND WHEN THE DUST CLEARED, PARKVIEW WON IT 65-63….THE PARKVIEW VIKINGS, WHO CAME TO TOWN JUST LOOKING FOR A GAME TO PLAY DUE TO QUARENTINE ISSUES HELD OFF THE MULES IN A DANDY FINISH…TIED AT 63, THE MULES FOULED WITH 1.7 SECONDS LEFT AND THE VIKES DRAINED BOTH…..THE MULES COULD ONLY GET OFF A 3/4 COURT SHOT THAT HIT THE TOP OF TEH BACKBOARD AND THE VIKES ENJOYED THEIR RIDE BACK TO SPRINGFIELD..
PARKVIEW HAD NOT PLAYED SINCE DEC. 5TH AT THE REPUBLIC TOURNAMENT…
IN THE NIGHT CAP, THE WAYNESVILLE TIGERS POSTED THEIR FIRST WIN OF THE SEASON IN JUST THEIR 2ND GAME KNOCKING OFF ST. LOUIS CHRISTIAN, 67-53….
THE TIGERS WOULD KNOCK DOWN 8 THREE POINTERS IN THIS WHILE THE COUGARS FOUND THE BOTTOM OF THE NYLON JUST 1 TIME FROM DOWNTOWN, AND WHEN YOU DO THE MATH, THAT’S A 24-3 MARGIN…..THE FIRST QUARTER REALLY TOLD THE STORY OF THE GAME…WAYNESVILLE OUTSCORED THE COUGARS 23-6…THE REST OF TEH GAME, THE TEAMS WERE FAIRLY CLOSE..
MIKE LEWIS LIT UP THE NET FOR 11 IN THE FIRST QUARTER, HE WOULD FINISH WITH 17..
LEADING THE TIGERS WAS TYTIQUE BROOKS WITH 20, DRAINING 7 DOWN THE STRETCH FROM THE CHARITY STRIPE….
COACH CHRIS PILZ OF THE TIGERS SAID –
” I thought our guys played well tonight. We cleaned up our shot selection from our last game and were aggressive on the offensive boards. We were much better on the defensive end tonight…
FATIMA 80-52 OVER DIXON
THE FATIMA COMETS CAME SHOOTING INTO DIXON AND DID JUST THAT, SHOT VERY WELL HITTING FOR NEARLY OR JUST ABOVER 20 POINTS IN EACH QUARTER FOR A NICE BALANCE AND SPOILED THE HOME COOKIN’ FOR THE BULLDOGS IN AN 80-52 BEATING…
THE COMETS TURNED A 22-13 FIRST QUARTER LEAD IN A 41-20 HALF TIME ADVANTAGE AND DIDN’T LOOK BACK….
NATHAN BRANDT LED 3 IN DOUBLES WITH 26 POINTS FOR FATIMA…AFTER AN OPENING SEASON LOSS, THE COMETS HAVE REELED OFF 5 STRAIGHT WINS….
IBERIA 54-35 OVER CONWAY
A ROAD WIN FOR THE IBERIA RANGERS AFTER THEY CAME HOME FROM CONWAY WITH A 54-35 VICTORY USING A PRODUCTIVE 2ND AND 4TH QUARTER FOR THE “W”, THEIR 8TH OF THE SEASON AGAINST ONE LOSS…
ISAAC LAWSON WAS THE ONLY 1 IN DOUBLES WIHT 14 POINTS…
WADE BOND, JAKE WHITTLE AND KODE HALLEY WERE ALL WITHIN A BASKET OF DOUBLES, SO IT WAS ANOTHER WELL BALANCED ATTACK…
HOUSTON 71-49 OVER PLATO
HOUSTON CAME TO PLATO AND HANDED THE EAGLES A 71-49 LOSS…
CASE McCLURE LED PLATO WITH 16…
TY FRANKLIN HAD 18 TO LEAD HOUSTON…..
COACH MIKE PHILLIPS OF PLATO SAID “We were really outsized, but I felt like we played alright when we didn’t turn it over. We will work on ball control and hopefully make that something we are getting better at as the year goes on.
PLATO PLAYS NEXT IN THE CABOOL TOURNAMENT VS LICKING ON 12/26 @ 6:00
THE LAQUEY LADY HORNETS HIT THE ROAD TO SEYMORE LAST NIGHT AND THE LADY TIGERS SENT THE LADY HORNETS HOME WITH A 66-40 LOSS….
IT WAS A 4 GAME SWEEP AT STOUTLAND FOR THE BEARS AND LADY BEARS OF RICHLAND FOR COMMUNITY NIGHT….
EVERY YEAR, THE TWO COMMUNITIES GET TOGETHER FOR THE 7 MILE TRIP EITHER AT STOUTLAND OR RICHLAND AND THIS YEAR IT WAS STOUTLAND’S TURN TO HOST, BUT RICHLAND’S TURN TO DOMINATE WITH A PAIR OF TURBO CLOCK VARSITY OUTINGS…….
THE J.V. GIRLS GAME WENT TO RICHLAND, 37-22…THE J.V. BOYS ONLY PLAYED 2 QUARTERS AND RICHLAND WON THAT, 17-15..THAT WOULD BE THE CLOSEST OF THE EVENING..
THE LADY BEARS, THE CONFERENCE FRONTRUNNERS HAMMERED THEIR NEIGHBOR, 61-18….
THE RICHLAND BOYS WHIPPED STOUTLAND BY 30, 73-43…
THE WAYNESVILLE WRESTLERS TOOK ON 5 PROGRAMS AT FT. ZUMWALT EAST OVER THE WEEKEND AND WAYNESVILLE WON 4 OF THE 5 MATCHES.
THE TIGERS KNOCKED OFF DESOTO 51-18, TOOK CARE OF FT. ZUMWALT WEST 43-24..LOST TO TROY-BUCHANAN 46-24,
TOOK OUT FT. ZUMWALT EAST, 42-25 AND DEFEATED UNION, 40-26…..
AT 120 POUNDS DUSTIN GREEN LOGGED 2 MAJOR DECISIONS OF 14-3, AND 17-3, A 10-7 DECISION AND WON 1 BY FORFIET…..
CARL GERVACIO AT 126 HAD 3 PINS, ALL IN THE 2ND PERIOD, AND WON A MATCH BY FORFEIT..
AT 138, KAIDEN CRUZ WON 3 MATCHES BY PINS, ONE AT 49 SECONDS, ONE AT 50 SECONDS AND THE OTHER AT A MINUTE….HE ALSO HAD AN 8-4 DECISION..
KEVIN CRUZ AT 145 POUNDS HAD 2 PINS, ONE AT A MINUTE, ANOTHER AT 2:59 IN 2ND PERIOD AND A 13-7 DECISION..
AT 152, MARTIN MEDRANO HAD A 4-1 DECISION, AND WON HIS MATCH OVER FT. ZUMWALT EAST BY INJURY WHEN HIS OPPONENT HAD TO WITHDRAW..
ISAAC PETERSON AT 160 WON A 16-5 MAJOR DECISION, A PIN AT 44 SECONDS AND A FORFEIT..
DILLON SMITH AT 182 WON 2 MATCHES BY FORFEIT, AND HAD A PIN AT 2:17 AGAINST DESOTO..
UNLIKE OTHERS, COLTON JUSTUS AT 195 FACED AN OPPONENT IN MOST OF THE MATCHES…HE HAD A PIN AT 5:57, JUST BEFORE THE 3RD PERIOD ENDED, A PIN AT 2:51, A PIN AT 4:30 IN THE 3RD PERIOD AND A PIN AT :56 SECONDS…HE ALSO DREW A FORFEIT.
HEAVYWEIGHT, JACOB FORSHAY HAD 2 FORFEITS, A PIN AT 2:26, AND A 1-0 DECISION AGAINST DESOTO…
TONIGHT, EVEN WITH THE SCHOOLS ON HOLIDAY BREAK, BASKETBALL CONTINUES..2 FRISCO LEAGUE BOYS GAMES TONIGHT……RICHLAND’S AT CROCKER…….STOUTLAND GOES TO DIXON…
THE NEWBURG LADY WOLVES JUMP OUT OF CONFERENCE, JUMP ON THE BUS AND TRAVEL TO EUGENE TO MEET THE LADY EAGLES…
EUGENE HAS HAD THEIR LAST 3 GAMES POSTPONED AGAINST OSAGE, HALLSVILLE, AND ELDON..
THEY’VE NOT PLAYED SINCE DEC. 5TH, A 51-33 LOSS TO FATIMA IN THE FINALS OF THE EUGENE TOURNAMENT..
WHEN FALL FOOTBALL SEASON KICKED OFF, WAYNESVILLE TIGER FANS, ENJOYED TIGER TOUCHDOWNS, AND THE WAYNESVILLE ATHLETIC DEPT. ENJOYED A 25 DOLLAR GIFT FROM THE SELLERS SEXTON AUTO GROUP….EVERY T.D. GENERATED 25 BUCKS AND AFTER TEH MATH WAS TABULATED, GENERAL MANAGER MIKE FREEMAN FROM SELLERS SEXTON RECENTLY PRESENTED A CHECK FOR 875 DOLLARS TO TIGER COACH JOE HAYNES AND A.D. CORY ACE……THAT’S 35 TOUCHDOWNS OVER THE COURSE OF 9 GAMES….
the 16th ranked missouri tiger basketball team were off this weekend and get set for a home game against bradley coming up tomorrow at the mizzou arena….it’s a 6:30 tip off….the bradley braves are 5-2, while mizzou carries a 5-0 record into the contest..
the 5-4 missouri tigers will take on mississippi state this afternoon in a 2:30 kickoff from mississippi..the bulldogs are 2-7….this is a make up from a missed game earlier..
the tigers are coming off a 48-14 loss to no. 8 georgia last week….
In a stunning turn of events to close out this college football season, Army will not be playing in a bowl game despite an impressive 9-2 record and a guaranteed spot in the 2020 Independence Bowl. On Sunday, it was announced that the Independence Bowl has been canceled due to “a lack of teams available to play” against Army.
There have already been 22 teams that opted out of being in contention for bowl games, and 16 bowls including the Independence have been canceled.
The Black Knights were set to face a Pac-12 team on Saturday, Dec. 26. It will be the first time the Independence Bowl will not be played in 45 years.
THE ROSE AND SUGAR BOWLS WILL BE PLAYED ON NEW YEARS DAY AND WILL FEATURE THE TOP 4 AND IT WILL BE THE SEMI FINAL’S FOR THE TOP PRIZE, THE CFP CHAMPIONSHIP…
#1 ALABAMA MEETS #4 NOTRE DAME AT 3PM AT THE ROSE BOWL IN PASADENA..
#3 OHIO STATE TAKES ON #2 CLEMSON AT 7PM AT THE SUGAR BOWL IN NEW ORLEANS….
THOSE WINNERS MEET FOR THE TITLE ON JAN 11TH AT HARD ROCK STADIUM IN MIAMI…
Patrick Mahomes’ repertoire of side-arm throws, basketball-style push passes, underhanded flips and renowned improvisation humbled yet another highly regarded defense.
Mahomes passed for 254 yards and three touchdowns, and the Kansas City Chiefs extended their winning streak to nine games with a 32-29 victory over the New Orleans Saints on Sunday.
”Patrick is more impressive than I could imagine,” said running back Le’Veon Bell, who joined the Chiefs in mid-October and scored a 12-yard touchdown on an option pitch from Mahomes. ”He’s even more impressive in person. … I’m fortunate to be his teammate.”
The Kansas City defense did its part to spoil Drew Brees’ return from rib fractures and a punctured lung that had kept the record-setting passer out four games.