Marvs Sports-KFBD-Monday February 1
SKYLINE 61-43 OVER CROCKER
THE 2ND RANKED TEAM IN CLASS 3, THE SKYLINE LADY TIGERS ROLLED INTO CROCKER FOR A SATURDAY AFTERNOON MATINE’ AND THE CROCKER LADY LIONS GAVE THEM A GAME…AN EARLY CROCKER LEAD TURNED INTO A 22-13 SKYLINE ADVANTAGE AFTER THE VISITORS CAPITALIZED ON SOME TURNOVERS…CROCKER CAME BACK, GOT TO WITHIN 6 AT THE HALF AND WHILE THEY TRADED SHOTS IN THE 3RD, SKYLINE WENT UP BY 11 AFTER 3 BEFORE CROCKER GOT IT BACK TO 7, BUT THE PRESSURE DOWN THE STRETCH PUT THIS AWAY FOR THE STATE RANKED TEAM, 61-43….CROCKER COACH RICH MUELER SAID “I am proud of the effort that my girls gave and the intensity in which they played with. My girls competed and if we could have done a better job of taking care of the ball the outcome may have been different.”
MEGAN BECKER HAD HER SECOND CONSECUTIVE DOUBLE DOUBLE WITH 15 POINTS AND 10 REBOUNDS….SKYELER LAYMAN ALSO PUT UP 15 POINTS… SKYLINE WAS LED BY MIRANDA QUENNOZ HITTING FOR 20, ALYEE GUNTER HAD 16 POINTS AND JUSTINE BARB SCORED14.
CROCKER’S 6-11 OVERALL, 3-2 IN THE LEAGUE AND PLAY IN THE NEWBURG TOURNAMENT THIS WEEK AND GET DIXON TONIGHT.
AT THE ELDON BOYS TOURNAMENT…
TOP SEED FATIMA LAID THE 2ND LOSS OF THE SEASON ON THE 9TH RANKED IBERIA RANGERS IN A 51-47 CLOSE ONE…..
A DOUBLE DOUBLE FOR GABE PLEMMONS WITH 16 POINTS AND 14 REBOUNDS…
KOBE HALLEY ADDED 15 POINTS..
RANGERS FINISH IN 2ND PLACE AND FALLS TO 14-2….
OTHER TOURNAMENT FINALS SATURDAY…
AT THE UNION BOYS TOURNAMENT….
ST. FRANCIS BORGIA WON IT WITH A 49-42 VICTORY OVER PACIFIC..
WASHINGTON GRABBED 3RD PLACE TAKING DOWN FT. ZUMWALT SOUTH 60-42…
LUTHERAN SOUTH DEFEATED WAYNESVILLE SATURDAY IN A NAIL BITER, 57-54…
THE TIGERS LED FOR 30 OF THE 32 MINUTES….WITH A LITTLE MORE THAN 90 SECONDS LEFT, A TURNOVER BY THE TIGERS TURNED INTO A LAYUP BY THE LANCERS GIVING THEM THEIR FIRST LEAD OF THE GAME, AND THEY HOLD ON FOR A 3 POINT WIN…
FOUL PROBLEMS CROPPED UP FOR THE TIGERS…THEY LOST JADEN SMITH WITH JUST OVER 7 MINUTES LEFT AND THEN LOST JERED HYATT WITH 6 MINUTES LEFT…..
THE TIGERS WERE UP BY 2 AFER ONE, AND HELD A ONE POINT LEAD AT THE HALF, WON THE 3RD QUARTER BY 6, BUT WERE OUTSCORED 26-16 IN THE FOURTH AND DROPPED THE GAME BY 3….
XAY MacARTHUR HIT FOR 26 AND WAS THE ONLY 2 IN THE DOUBLES…
Coach Pilz on the WHS Tigers -”Our guys competed with great effort tonight. We had a good practice this morning and were able to execute our game plan at a high level. We were giving up several inches at every position. We were without our leading rebounder AJ Martin and when Smith and Hyatt fouled out early in the fourth we really were exposed on the defensive glass. We lost their best shooter # 3 Prange several times in the second half. It was a game we led for 30 plus minutes. Lewis and MacArthur controlled the game. Those guys played all 32 minutes tonight. They played well. We had 2 costly turnovers at the end of each half which led to 4 crucial points. We now jump into conference play. Our guys are looking forward to conference play.”
UP NEXT, THE TIGERS ARE AT GLENDALE TOMRROW…
AT THE CONWAY TOURNAMENT SATURDAY……
THE STRAFFORD INDIANS CONTINUED THEIR PERFECT WAYS IN THIS TOURNAMENT WINNING IT AGAIN WITH A 64-50 TRIUMPH OVER HOLLISTER SATURDAY..IT WAS STRAFFORD’S 6TH CONSECUTIVE TOURNAMENT TITLE AT CONWAY…
THE 3RD PLACE GAME WENT TO AURORA IN A 64-63 SQUEEKER OVER CONWAY..
LAQUEY BEAT NIANGUA FRIDAY 43-36 AS THE CARDINALS HAD MORE TURNOVERS THAN POINTS THANKS TO A STIFF HORNET DEFENSE..JASON YOUNG LED WITH 14..ALSO FRIDAY, LIGHT HOUSE CHRISTIAN TURBO CLOCKED STOUTLAND 77-34.
THAT SET UP LAQUEY AND LIGHTHOUSE CHRISTIAN FOR 5TH ON SATURDAY AND THE DAY BELONGED TO LIGHTHOUSE WITH A 62-29 TURBO CLOCK WIN….LIGHTHOUSE WON THE FIRST QUARTER 15-3, THE 2ND 22-8 AND DIDN’T LOOK BACK….
Nathan Fowers HAD 10 TO LEAD THE HORNETS…. Gauge Fleschute HAD 9 on 3-3 pointers
COACH STEVE SCHOLFIELD OF LAQUEY SAID
Got off to a poor offensive start & let that effect our defense against a very good shooting team as they made 11-3 pointers in the game.”
LAQUEY IS NOW 9-7.
NIANGUA BEAT STOUTLAND 79-66 IN THE 7TH PLACE GAME….
THE CONWAY ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM INCLUDES HOLLISTER’S JOSH BARLOW, WHO WAS THE LEADING SCORER DURING THE WEEK AND TEAMMATE GARRETT SNYDER, AURORA’S JAESIK FRIGGLE AND TRANDAN DARNALL, CONWAY’S CHASE CAFFEY AND JAKE VESTAL, GARRETT RUDY OF LIGHTHOUSE CHRISTIAN AND STRAFFORD’S SETH SODEN, A.K. RAEL AND TOURNAMENT MVP VANCE MULLINS…
THE I-44 CLASSIC AT THE BOSWELL AUDITORIUM SATURDAY, THE LADY TIGERS OF WALNUT GROVE WON IT WITH A 49-37 WIN OVER LEBANON…FRIDAY, RICHLAND EDGED LEBANON 60-59 AFTER LOSING TO WALNUT GROVE LAST THURSDAY TO OPEN THE TOURNAMENT….
SO WALNUT GROVE GOES 2-0, RICHLAND 1-1 FOR 2ND AND LEBANON 0-2 FOR 3RD.
THE WAYNESVILLE LADY TIGERS FINISHED THE WASHINGTON TOURNAMENT IN THE TITLE GAME AND CAME UP ON THE LOW END OF THTE 42-33 FINAL AGAINST WENTZILLE-HOLT….
HOLT’S DEFENSE THROTTLED THE LADY TIGERS AND KEPT ALL PLAYERS OUT OF DOUBLES..
BOTH NAUDIA EVANS AND BREONNA HURD WERE A BUCKET AND A POINT SHY….HOLT DOUBLED UP WAYNESVILLE 10-5 IN THE FIRST QUARTER, BUT WAYNESVILLE CAME BACK AND TIED IT UP AT 16 EACH AT THE HALF…HOLT TOOK A 5 POINT LEAD INTO THE 4TH QUARTER, AND WON IT BY 9…
COACH BRITTANY MATLOCK OF WAYNESVILLE SAID “Proud of the girls effort this week and finishing 2nd in the Washington Tourney.”
BREONNA HURD AND NAUDIA EVANS WERE NAMED TO THE ALL TOURNAMENT TEAM..
NEXT GAME IS THURSDAY AT LEBANON.
ALSO WARRENTON TOOK 5TH WITH A 61-31 WIN OVER PACIFIC..
FRANCIS HOWELL CENTRAL BEAT WASHINGTON 68-25 FOR 3RD……
FRISCO LEAGUE FRI NIGHT.
DIXON DOUBLED UP THE CROCKER LIONS 18-9 IN THE OPENING QUARTER AND WHILE CROCKER TRIMMED THE DEFICIT BY 2 AT THE HALF, A 41-23 SECOND HALF GAVE THE BULLDOGS THE 78-53 WIN…
FOR THE BULLDOGS, C.J. THILTGEN PACED 3 IN DOUBLES WITH 29…WILL SHELTON ADDED 14 AND SHANNON KAMPETER DRAINED A DOZEN..
PAYTON HARRISON LED THE LIONS WITH 21, BALIN HUEY ADDED 12..CROCKER WAS ONLY 6 OF 14 FROM THE FREE THROW LINE.
RICHLAND TOPPLES BELLE 59-50 IN A NON CONFERENCE TILT….
SATURDAY NIGHT, PLATO HANDED BELLE A 69-63 LOSS..
THE HOST TIGERS LED BY 3 AFTER ONE, AND AT THE HALF, BUT PLATO’S 19-12 THIRD QUARTER ADVANTAGE PUT THEM IN THE LEAD AND THE EVENTUAL 9 POINT WIN…
BIG NIGHT FOR WYATT CONTREL WITH A NEAR TRIPLE DOUBLE WITH 28 POINTS, 9 BOARDS AND 7 ASSISTS…HE ALSO ADDED 6 STEALS…BRYCE CASEY TALLIED 15, AND CASE McCLURE ADDED 14 FOR THE EAGLES WHO HOST LAQUEY TUESDAY AND VISIT NEWBURG ON WEDNESDAY.
LICKING PLAYED A NON CONFERENCE GAME AND KNOCKED OFF SALEM 71-58…..
ELSEWHERE FRIDAY IN THE OZARK CONFERENCE:
SULLIVAN BEATS LEBANON 58-33 IN A BOYS TILT…
IN A GIRLS POWERHOUSE OUTING BETWEEN TWO NEIGHBORS, ST. JAMES GETS BY STATE RANKED ROLLA, 67-59……
REGIONAL BOYS ACTION…VIENNA BEAT UP ON CUBA, 70-27..
ST. ELIZABETH WON A 30 POINTER OVER CALVARY LUTHERAN 88-58….
NEWBURG GIRLS TOURNAMENT FIRES OFF TODAY WITH 4 GAMES……4 FRISCO LEAGUERS, 3 GVC TEAMS AND A HOME SCHOOL FROM SPRINGFIELD MAKE UP THE BRACKET…3RD SEED CUBA AND 6TH SEED VIENNA OPEN IT UP AT 4 ON MONDAY..
2ND SEED CROCKER FACES 7TH SEED DIXON AT 5:15…..THE 6:30 GAME FEATURES 4TH SEED LAQUEY AND 5TH SEED RUSH…THE NIGHT CAP HAS TOP SEED NEWBURG AND 8TH SEED BOURBON AT 7:45…..
GIRLS GAMES HAS PLATO AT IBERIA.
LICKING VISITS STEELVILLE
WAYNESVILLE WAS HOSTING GLENDALE TONIGHT, BUT QUARENTINE ISSUES AT GLENDALE FORCED THEM TO CHANGE SOME THINGS.
TONIGHT’S GAME HAS BEEN BUMPED TO THE 24TH….
A BOYS AND GIRLS DOUBLE DIP HAS THE STOUTLAND TIGERS AND LADY TIGERS AT HALFWAY
FOR A PAIR OF VARSITY GAMES WITH THE CARDINALS AND LADY CARDINALS.
THE LICKING J.V BOYS TOURNAMENT IS THIS WEEK..WAYNESVILE IS SENDING THEIR JV TEAM TO THE EVENT….
THE MISSOURI MEN’S BASKETBALL TEAM JUMPED CONFERENCES THIS SATURDAY AND STEPPED BACK INTO A MATCH WITH THE BIG 12….MISSOURI OUTLASTED THE TEXAS CHRISTIAN HORNED FROGS, 102-98
Although the COVID-19 pandemic continues unchecked throughout the United States, spring training is scheduled to open in a little more than two weeks. MLB hopes to delay the start of the 2021 season but can not do so unilaterally, so, as of right now, spring training and Opening Day are on schedule.
That could soon change. Tim Brown of Yahoo! Sports reports MLB has recently proposed framework for a delayed 154-game season to the MLBPA. Here are the key details from the proposal:
154-game season with full pay for players
Season delayed one month and extended one week
Spring training would begin March 28, according to ESPN’s Buster Olney, and Opening Day would be moved back to April 28.
THIS STORY BROKE LATE FRIDAY……The St. Louis Cardinals are finalizing a trade to acquire star third baseman Nolan Arenado from the Colorado Rockies, a blockbuster that still needs various approvals but is expected to be completed in the coming days…..
The complicated deal took months of on-and-off discussions and gained momentum in recent weeks when the Rockies committed to sending around $50 million to help cover a portion of the six years and $199 million remaining on Arenado’s contract, sources said.
THE CARDINALS ARE GOING TO GIVE UP SOME TALENT IN THE DEAL
Arenado, 29, has won a Gold Glove in each of his eight seasons in Colorado, where he developed into one of the best players in baseball.