Marvs Sports-KFBD-Monday February 8
TONIGHT, WEATHER PERMITTING…MOSTLY GIRLS GAMES ON TAP…
CHECK THE SCHOOLS WEBSITE OR FACEBOOK PAGE FOR ADDITIONAL CANCELLATIONS..
MANY MAY NOT BE MADE UNTIL IT’S ABOUT TIME FOR BUSSES TO DEPART FOR THEIR ROAD TRIPS…
WAYNESVILLE ACTED EARLY…THE GIRLS GAME AT ROLLA IS POSTPONED UNTIL FEB. 16TH…
ALL ATHLETICS AT THE R-6 ARE CANCELLED FOR TONIGHT…
CROCKER AT CLIMAX SPRINGS, BOTH BOYS AND GIRLS ARE POSTPONED TONIGHT…..
CHANCES ARE IF A SCHOOL IS NOT IN SESSION, OR GETS OUT EARLY DUE TO EXPECTED TOUGH ROAD CONDITIONS, THE NIGHT TIME GAMES WILL NOT HAPPEN IF THERE’S NO IMPROVMENT IN THE WEATHER…….THAT’S NOT ALWAYS THE CASE, BUT IS A GENERAL RULE….
….NEWBURG, LICKING, PLATO AND STOUTLAND ALL HAD GIRLS GAMES TONIGHT…ALL WERE OUT OF SCHOOL TODAY…..DIXON LET OUT EARLY, THEY TOO HAD A GIRLS GAME SCHEDULED…
ST. ELIZABETH WAS STILL SCHEUDLED FOR IBERIA TONIGHT….
THE RICHLAND LADY BEARS HOSTING WHEATLAND IS CANCELLED, AND THAT’S BECAUSE THE LADY BEARS ARE QUARENTINED..
THE WAYNESVILLE TIGERS UPPED THEIR OZARK CONFERENCE MARK TO 2-1 AFTER EDGING THE LEBANON YELLOWJACKETS 39-36 FRIDAY NIGHT…..
A CLOSE GAME ALL THE WAY SAW THIS TIED AT 6, TIGERS LED BY 5 AT THE HALF, UP BY 1 AT THE END OF THE 3RD, AND LED BY 1 WITH 3 1/2 MINUTES LEFT WHEN PLAY CAME TO A STAND STILL….THE TIGERS STALLED, HOLDING ONTO THE BALL JUST ON THEIR SIDE OF CENTER COURT…LEBANON DID NOT CHALLENGE AND FOR 3 MINUTES, NOTHING BUT FANS WISHING FOR A SHOT CLOCK…..
FINALLY WITH 30 SECONDS LEFT, THE JACKETS MADE THE MOVE TO CHALLENGE THE TIGERS, WHO WENT TO THE HOLD WITH XAY MacARTHUR WHO FOULED, MADE IT HIS 2 FREE THROWS, TIGERS WIN BY 3…
NOBODY IN DOUBLES FOR THE TIGERS…COACH PILZ OF THE TIGERS SAID “Our guys played hard tonight. We executed the last :28 seconds. We made our free throws and held on the defensive end.”
TIGERS HOST ROLLA TOMORROW NIGHT…
AROUND THE OZARK CONFERENCE FRIDAY NIGHT..
ROLLA 61-56 OVER WEST PLAINS
PARKVIEW 58-55 OVER HILLCREST
KICKAPOO 98-50 OVER CAMDENTON..
HOMECOMING FRIDAY NIGHT IN IBERIA PLAYED RIGHT INTO THE HANDS OF THE RANGERS WHEN THEY TURBO CLOCKED CROCKER, 74-30 WITH ANOTHER BALANCED ATTACK..
4 IN DOUBLES AND ONE DOUBLE DOUBLE..
KOBE HALLEY LED IBERIA’S SCORING WITH 21 POINTS, ISAAC LAWSON AND GABE PLEMMONS BOTH DRAINED 17…. PLEMMONS ALSO ADDED 11 REBOUNDS, AND JAKE WHITTLE NETTED 10 POINTS…
IBERIA’S 17-AND-2 WITH A 3-AND-0 CONFERENCE MARK.
LAQUEY IS 4-0 IN THE FRISCO AFTER THEIR 46-32 WIN OVER STOUTLAND FRIDAY….
THIS WAS LOW SCORER THANKS TO BLANKS FROM DOWNTOWN BY BOTH TEAMS….3’S JUST WERE NOT FALLING….
LAQUEY COACH STEVE SCHOLFIELD SAID “Not an offensive juggernaut by either team as both the tigers and hornets combined to go 0 for 27 from 3. Both teams did play hard with our experience & size giving us the advantage in the end.
THE HORNETS WERE LED BY JASON YOUNG WITH 13, AND NATHAN FOWERS 10…….
ON TUESDAY BOTH THE LAQUEY BOYS & GIRLS WILL HOST DIXON. THE BOYS JV GAME WILL START AT 5:30 FOLLOWED BY THE VARSITY GIRLS & VARSITY BOYS.
LAQUEY IMPROVES TO 12-7 OVERALL…
THE DIXON BULLDOGS POSTED A 52-51 WIN OVER LICKING AT DIXON FRIDAY NIGHT….
LICKING LED BY 11 AFTER ONE, BY 12 AT THE HALF…..BUT A 13 POINT DIXON ADVANTAGE IN THE 3RD AND 4TH QUARTER COMBINED GAVE THE DAWGS THE WIN….LICKING WILL MOST LIKELY BE AT THE FREE THROW LINE IN PRACTICE…THEY WERE 13 OF 28, MISSING 15 FREE THROWS IN A ONE POINT LOSS..
WILL SHELTON DRAINED 19 TO LEAD DIXON, C.J. THILTGEN HAD 14, AND CLAYTON SINDEN DROPPED IN A DOZEN..
LICKING ALSO HAD 3 IN DOUBLES….WILSON MURRAY HAD 15, MALACHI ANTEL AND KEYTON COOK BOTH HAD 10…
NEWBURG HUNG A 94-75 LOSS ON PLATO FRIDAY NIGHT…THIS WAS A MAKE UP FROM MID JANUARY ON A NIGHT WHERE THE EAGLES WERE PLANNED IN BEING IN RICHLAND FOR THEIR HOMECOMING….QARANTINE ISSUES FOR RICHLAND CANCELLED THAT, SO NEWBURG CANCELLED THEIR GAME WITH CUBA AND PICKED UP THE CONFERENCE GAME WITH PLATO…..
ALL OF RICHLAND’S GAMES EXCEPT THEIR LAST CONTEST WITH NEWBURG ON THE 16TH HAVE BEEN CANCELLED..SINCE THEIR CONFERENCE GAMES WILL HAVE NO IMPACT ON THE FRISCO LEAGUE RACE, THEY WILL NOT BE MADE UP….
A GOOD FRIDAY AND SATURDAY AT ST. CLAIR FOR THE WAYNESVILLE LADY TIGER WRESTLERS….
ONE DISTRICT CHAMP, A 2ND, TWO THIRDS, AND 2 FOURTH PLACE FINISHES SENDS 6 ONTO THE SECTIONAL ROUND OF STATE….
MARISA GONZALES AT 151 LBS WAS THE LADY TIGERS ONLY DISTRICT CHAMPION…
Somia McPherson AT 143 WAS IN THE CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH AND TOOK 2nd….
Josie Moody AT 112 AND Jordan Wilson AT 195 WERE 3rd place FINISHERS…
Jaylen Williams AT 122 AND ZAY SZAH Medrano AT 102 WERE BOTH 4th, FALLING IN THEIR 3RD PLACE MATCHES….
All these girls qualify for sectionals feb. 20th….
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are Super Bowl LV champions after completing a victory that exceeded expectations and made all kinds of history on Sunday night at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. In dominating the Kansas City Chiefs 31-9, the Bucs won its second Super Bowl and became the first team to win a Super Bowl in their home stadium. Quarterback Tom Brady secured his seventh Lombardi Trophy, two more than any player in NFL history and one more than any entire NFL franchise has achieved.
Brady’s performance at age 43 was nearly flawless, and the suffocating pressure of Todd Bowles’ defense was a perfect compliment to the offense’s effort. The future Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback completed 21 of 29 passes for 201 yards and three touchdowns, including a pair to his long-time favorite target in tight end Rob Gronkowski and another to wide receiver Antonio Brown. He calmly distributed the ball to his cadre of pass catchers and was especially successful over the middle. Brady and Gronk now have 14 postseason scoring connections in their legendary careers.
The Bucs forced the Chiefs into their worst offensive performance of the Patrick Mahomes era as Tampa Bay’s defensive front completely controlled the line of scrimmage through all four quarters.