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Marvs Sports-KFBD-Thursday October 1

TODAY, PLENTY OF SPORTS INCLUDING THE FRISCO LEAGUE SOCCER TOURNAMENT..

TOP SEED LAQUEY WILL NOT GET A BYE BECAUSE RICHLAND HAD TO DROP OUT DUE TO COVID ISSUES SO THE HORNETS WILL MEET 4TH MEET IBERIA AT 3, 2ND SEED DIXON AND 3 SEED CROCKER PLAY AT 5 TODAY……
LOSERS TODAY PLAY FOR 3RD ON SATURDAY AT 12 NOON..
THURSDAY’S WINNERS PLAY AT 2 ON SATURDAY FOR THE TITLE.
FRIDAY TURNS INTO A OFF DAY….
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SOFTBALL:
CROCKER AT ST. ELIZABETH
CUBA’S AT STOUTLAND
IBERIA’S AT OSAGE

VOLLEYBALL
WAYNESVILLE AT LEBANON
BOURBON AT DIXON
LICKING AT CONWAY

GOLF TODAY AHS WAYNESVILLE AT OSAGE….

BASEBALL TODAY
DIXON’S AT LICKING
STOUTLAND’S AT NEWBURG

BASEBALL TONIGHT…
PLATO AT IBERIA, 6PM START

FIRST PITCH, A LITTLE AFTER 6 CENTRAL TIME FOR YOUR ST. LOUIS CARDINALS AFTER A WIN IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA OVER SAN DIEGO.

PRE GAME AT 5:13 THIS AFTERNOON ON KFBD, 97.9.

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YESTERDAY IN SOFTBALL..

 

WHS 8-6 OVER DIXON

A FRISCO LEAGUE-OZARK CONFERENCE MATCH UP ON THE SOFTBALL DIAMOND AT WAYNESVILLE YESTERDAY SAW THE HOME TOWN LADY TIGERS ESCAPE WITH AN 8-6 OVER THE DIXON LADY BULLDOGS..
THIS WAS A BIG COME FROM BEHIND “W” FOR THE LADY TIGERS.
DIXON GOT 2 IN THE FIRST, WAYNESVILLE COUNTERED WITH 1…THE LADY TIGERS ADDED ANOTHER IN THE 2ND TO TIE IT, BUT DIXON WENT UP 5-2 WITH A 3 SPOT IN THE 3RD….IT STAYED THAT WAY UNTIL THE LADY BULLDOGS PLATED ONE IN THE 6TH AND NOW IT’S 6-2…LOOKING A DEFICIT, THE LADY TIGERS SCORED A 6 IN THEIR HALF OF THE 6TH, TOOK AN 8-6 LEAD AND HELD DIXON IN THE 7TH FOR THE WIN…

DIXON’S MACI HOLTSCLAW STARTED, WORKED 3 INNINGS AND GAVE UP 2 RUNS ON 6 HITS, FANNED 2 AND WALKED ONE.
MADDY RYAN RELEIVED AND TOOK THE LOSS, GIVING UP 2 EARNED RUNS ON 3 HITS..SHE WALKED 3 AND STRUCK OUT 2 IN HER 3 INNINGS..
EMMA THILTGEN HOMERED AND DROVE IN 2 FOR DIXON…MADDI RYAN AND ABBY OVERSHON DROVE IN A RUN EACH…ANNA MOORE COLLECTED 2 HITS.

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ST JAMES 16-6 OVER LAQUEY

IN A MAKE UP FROM LAST MONDAY, WHEN THOSE SUNDAY NIGHT RAINS LEFT SOME FIELDS TOO WET TO PLAY, LAQUEY WENT TO ST. JAMES AND TOOK ONE ON THE CHIN LOSING 16-6…
ONE HIGHLIGHT FOR THE LADY HORNETS WAS A SOLO HOMER FROM HANNAH THEIR…

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SOCCER

THE GLENDALE FALCONS CAME TO TIGER TOWN AND SHUT OUT WAYNESVILLE 5-0 ON THE SOCCER PITCH AT TIGER PRIDE PARK..
GLENDALE IS 6-2 ON THE SEASON AND HAS BEEN THROUGH CANCELLATIONS, POSTPONEMENTS AND RE-SCHEDULING ALL SEASON…
GAMES WITH ST. LOUIS TEAMS WERE WIPED OUT EARLY IN THE SEASON, AND MOST RECENTLY, WITH ROLLA WHO ARE UNDEGOING COVID ISSUES, LIKE MANY OTHERS AROUND THE STATE…

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BASEBALL WEDNESDAY, DIXON ROLLS INTO LAQUEY AND WHILE THE HORNETS STAYED CLOSE FOR TWO INNINGS, THE BULLDOGS BUSTED IT OPEN IN THE 3RD WITH 8 RUNS…..

 

DIXON 14-2 OVER LAQUEY

THE LAQUEY HORNETS HOSTED THE DIXON BULLDOGS YESTERDAY AND IT WAS 1-1 AFTER 1…2-2 AFTER 2..AFTER THAT, IT WAS ALL DIXON WHO EXPLODED FOR 8 RUNS IN THE 3RD, ADDED 3 IN THE 4TH AND LEFT LAQUEY WITH A 14-2 VICTORY…
DIXON TAGGED THE HORNETS PITCHING STAFF FOR 10 RUNS…
SHANNON KAMPETER STARTED, WORKED 2 1/3 INNINGS, AND GETS THE WIN….ANTHONY McCANCE AND EVAN NORTON RELEIVED, NEITHER GAVE UP A RUN….
DIXON COACH ALEX SHELTON SAID “This was a nice team win for us tonight. We stayed patient and were finally able to really get going in the third inning, where we scored 8 runs. Offensively, we were led by Creed Jones and Clayton Sinden who each had 3 hits. Case Sinden added a couple more extra bases hits.”
JONES, AND BOTH SINDEN’S DROVE IN RUNS…CLAYTON SINDEN HAD A PAIR OF RBI’S WHILE COLLECTING A TRIPLE….
THE COACH CONTINUED “Shannon Kampeter picked up the win and Anthony McCance and Evan Norton were both sharp in relief
DIXON IS 10-5 AND HEAD TO LICKING TODAY…..

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FROM RICHLAND ATHLETIC DIRECTOR KIM LATHAM….
AN Update on high school sports cancellations due to COVID-19:
Softball: all games through October 9th (9/29, 10/3, 10/5, 10/6, 10/8, 10/9)
Soccer: Frisco League Tournament October 1-3
Baseball: all games through October 9th (9/29, 10/1, 10/5, 10/6) this concludes the fall baseball season

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5:13 IS OUR PRE GAME…..FIRST PITCH SHORTLY AFTER 6…..
THE REST OF THE MAJORS YESTERDAY..
NATIONAL LEAGUE…..

Game 1: Braves 1, Reds 0 (FINAL) — ATL leads 1-0
Game 1: Marlins 5, Cubs 1 (FINAL) — MIA leads 1-0
Game 1: Dodgers 4, Brewers 2 (FINAL) — LAD leads 1-0

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IN THE AMERICAN LEAGUE WHERE THEY STARTED THE DAY BEFORE, HOUSTON ADVANCES WITH A 3-1 WIN OVER THE MINNASOTA TWINS…
TAMPA BAY MOVES ONTO THE DIVISION SERIES WITH AN 8-2 VICTORY OVER TORONTO..
THE CENTRAL DIVISION CHAMPS ARE DONE AFTER CLEVELAND WAS ELIMINATED BY THE YANKEES WITH A 10-9 FINAL…
OAKLAND TIED THEIR SERIES WITH THE WHITE SOX WITH A 5-3 TRIUMPH…

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The Los Angeles Lakers got off to an impressive start in the first game of the NBA Finals, handing the Miami Heat a 116-98 loss on Wednesday. The Heat built a 23-10 lead in the first quarter, but after that, it was all Lakers, who led by as many as 32 points on their way to victory.

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After 24 hours of uncertainty, a decision has been made concerning the Pittsburgh Steelers and Tennessee Titans matchup in Week 4. According to ESPN’s Dianna Russini, the Steelers-Titans game will be postponed, and the NFL is considering all options to reschedule. CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora confirmed this report. Not long after this news broke, the NFL released an official statement saying that the game will likely be played on Monday or Tuesday.


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