THE WAYNESVILLE TIGERS RACKED UP JUST SHY OF 40 POINTS, BUT IT WAS GLENDALE’S AIR ATTACK THAT WOULD AGAIN, TOPPLE THE TIGERS IN BACK TO BACK GAMES BETWEEN THE TWO O.C. MEMBERS AND ENDS THE SEASON FOR COACH JOE HAYNES AND THE ORANGE AND BLACK….
WE VISIT WITH THE TIGERS COACH IN A MOMENT…
VOLLEYBALL FINALS ARE DONE FROM CAPE GIRARDEAU…..
IT TOOK 3 DAYS TO COMPLETE DUE TO COVID ISSUES AND GYMS WHERE LIMITED ATTENDANCE WAS THE NORM..
CLASS 1, ADVANCE WON THEIR 3RD STRAIGHT TITLE TAKING OUT LESTERVILLE IN THE FINAL.
MIDWAY TOOK 3RD.
CLASS 2, CHRISTIAN OF O’FALLON KNOCKED OFF VALLE CATHOLIC FOR THE TITLE..
MILLER TOOK 3RD..
CLASS 3…MARYVILLE CLIPPED PARK HILLS CENTRAL…..HERMANN WON 3RD PLACE.
CLASS 4… WILLARD BESTED PARKWAY WEST OF ST. LOUIS COUNTY 3-1…..
PLATTE COUNTY TOOK 3RD PLACE.
CLASS 5 SAW LIBERTY NORTH SWEEP NIXA, 3-0….ST. FRANCIS BORGIA WAS THE 3RD PLACE WINNER……
CROSS COUNTRY STATE IN COLUMBIA WRAPPED UP THIS PAST THURSDAY THRU SATURDAY.
CLASS 1 BOYS AND PLATO’S DAVID HELD WAS 30 SECONDS SHY OF A STATE TITLE AND FINISHED RUNNER UP IN STATE…TYLER BLAY OF WEST NODAWAY RAN THE COURSE IN 16 MINUTES, 30 SECONDS.
HELD CAME IN 2ND WITH A TIME OF 17 MIN. 3.80 SECONDS…STOUTLAND’S BRADLEY SHAW FINISHED 45TH….
PLATO’S WYATT COTREL WAS 143RD…..
THE BOYS CLASS 1 TEAM CHAMP WAS CALVARY LUTHERAN..
CLASS 1 GIRLS, RILEY ARNOLD OF BLUE EYE WON IT ALL….THE GIRLS TEAM CHAMP WAS COLLEGE HEIGHTS CHRISTIAN……STOUTLAND’S BETHANY KINCADE CAME IN 26TH…..PLATO’S KELSEY TODD FINISHED NEAR THE MIDDLE OF THE PACK TAKING 98TH OUT OF SOME 164 RUNNERS…
CLASS 2 GIRLS, RITA EIMER OF ST. PIUS OF FESTUS WON THE TITLE..
LICKING’S KACY RICHARDS FINISHED 5TH IN STATE..
THE GIRLS TEAM CHAMP WAS ARCADIA VALLEY….
CLASS 2 BOYS, SAM SHUMAN OF SPOKANE IS THE TITLE HOLDER….FATHER TOLTON OF COLUMBIA WON THE BOYS TEAM TITLE…..
LAST THURSDAY, THE GIRLS RACE WAS TAKEN BY MACY SHELP OF LUTHERAN SOUTH…
DALEAN ACKLEY OF ELDORADO SPRINGS TOOK THE BOYS TITLE…
JOHN BURROUGHS OF ST. LOUIS ARE THE CLASS 3 GIRLS CHAMPIONS……
FATIMA WAS THE CLASS 3 BOYS CHAMP..
CLASS 4, LILLIAN JACKSON OF ST. CHARLES WEST WAS THE GIRLS CHAMP…WEST PLAINS TOOK THE GIRLS TEAM TITLE…. RILEY SIMPSON OF WEST PLAINS TOOK THE BOYS INDIVIDUAL TITLE…FESTUS WAS THE TEAM CHAMP, THE ZIZZERS CAME IN 3RD…
CLASS 5, ALLEY KRUGER OF LIBERTY WEST WAS THE GIRLS CHAMP…WAYNESVILLE’S TESSA SCOTT FINISHED 116TH..LAFAYETTE WILDWOOD WAS THE TEAM CHAMP, KICKAPOO CAME IN 8TH
CLASS 5 BOYS WINNNER WAS MATT HAUSER OF ROCKBRIDGE.
WAYNESVILLE’S BRYAN O’BARR WAS 35TH, ALAJANDRO MALAVE WAS 107TH.
THE TEAM CHAMP IN CLASS 5, ROCKBRIDGE….KICKAPOO WAS 6TH IN TEAM COMPETITION.
SOCCER HAS THEIR SECTIONAL ROUND IN CLASSES 3 AND 4 AND HAVE MADE THEIR WAY TO THE QUARTERS COMING UP TOMORROW…
CLASS 3, NOTRE DAME CAPE GIRARDEAU, CLAYTON, VAN HORN, PEMBROKE HILL, ROCKWOOD SUMMIT, F.T ZUMWALT SOUTH, GLENDALE AND NEOSHO ARE IN THE QUARTERS..
GLENDALE GOT THERE WITH A 6-0 SHUT OUT OF LEBANON…..NEOSHO ENDED THE SEASON FOR BOLIVAR WITH A 5-0 SHUT OUT IN THE ROUND OF 16..
CLASS 4, JACKSON, CHAMINADE, ROCKHURST, PARK HILL, DE SMET, ST. DOMINIC, THE JEFF CITY JAYS AND OZARK ARE STILL ALIVE..
THE JAYS BEAT BLUE SPRINGS 4-1…..OZARK NEEDED OVERTIME TO GET BY NEIGHBOR NIXA, 2-1….
THE SEASON CAME TO AN END FOR THE FOOTBALL TIGERS ON FRIDAY IN THE DISTRICT SEMI FINALS IN A LOSS TO GLENDALE, IN SPRINGFIELD…. HERE’S OUR INTERVIEW WITH COACH JOE HAYNES.
OTHER MATCH UPS IN THE O.C.
CLASS 5 DISTRICT 5…LEBANON 47-14 OVER WILLARD..
LEBANON HOSTS GLENDALE THIS FRIDAY….
CLASS 5 DISTRICT 4..
WASHINGTON ENDS IT FOR CAMDENTON, 28-21…
CAMDENTON’S AT WASHINGTON…ROLLA’S AT COLUMBIA BATTLE ROLLED PAST ROLLA, 41-21…..
CLASS 4 DISTRICT 5..WEST PLAINS TORCHED McDONALD COUNTY, 35-2…
HILLCREST LOST BIG CARL JUNCTION 43-6….
CLASS 4 DISTRICT 6, HELIAS 54-22 VICTORY OVER NEVADA..
WARRENSBURG UPSET 2ND SEED BOLIVAR 27-23…
For the first half of the season, Patrick Mahomes kind of got left out of the MVP conversation, but that’s likely going to change this week after the Chiefs quarterback almost single-handedly staved off an upset attempt by the Carolina Panthers during Kansas City’s wild 33-31 win on Sunday.
In a game where the Chiefs only rushed for 30 yards, they needed everything Mahomes had to offer and he came through with 372 passing yards and four touchdowns, including two to Tyreek Hill, who finished with nine catches for 113 yards.
The Chiefs spotted the Panthers an early 14-3 lead, but after that Mahomes took over.
Chase Elliott won his first NASCAR Cup Series championship by winning the final race of the season at Phoenix. The 24-year-old becomes the third youngest driver to win the title behind Jeff Gordon and Bill Rexford.
Elliott took the lead from Joey Logano with 42 laps to go rather handily and drove on to take the checkered flag in his first Championship 4 appearance. The No. 9 started the race from the rear after failing pre-race inspection twice but had no problem finding the speed to lead a race-high 153 laps.
This was the second-straight race win for Elliott, who punched his ticket to the Championship 4 by winning the Round of 8 finale at Martinsville last week.