Marvs Sports-KFBD-Tuesday January 26
LAST NIGHT SAW BOTH OF THE WAYNESVILLE VARSITY TEAMS IN ACTION AT DIFFERENT TOURNAMENTS..
THE WAYNESVILLE TIGERS ARE IN THE UNION TOURNAMENT THIS WEEK AND FELL SHORT AGAINST A GOOD ST. FRANCIS BORGIA TEAM 62-58…A CLOSE 1ST HALF WITH THE TIGERS DOWN BY 1 WHEN RYAN KELL HIT A 60 FOOTER AT THE BUZZER GIVING THE KNIGHTS A 35-31 LEAD AT THE BREAK…
IT WAS 53-39 AT THE END OF THE 3RD AFTER BORGIA WENT ON AN 18-8 RUN…DOWN BY 15 WITH 4 1/2 MINUTES LEFT, THE TIGERS MOUNTED A COMEBACK, GOT TO WITHIN 2 POINTS TWO TIMES, BUT 2 TURNOVERS KEPT THE TIGERS ON THE LOW END OF THE 4 POINT FINAL….ADAM RICKMAN BURIED TWO FREE THROWS WITH 10 SECONDS LEFT MAKING IT A TWO POSSESSION GAME AND THAT WAS IT…
THE KNIGHTS HAD 4 IN DOUBLES WITH RICKMAN LEADING THE WAY WITH 13..MAX MEYERS AND ADAM KELL EACH HAD 11, ANDREW PATTON FINISHED WITH 10.
THE TIGERS HAD 3 IN DOUBLES WITH MIKE LEWIS LEADING THE WAY WITH 21, XAY MacARTHUR ADDED 14, JARDE HYATT HAD 10….
ANOTHER GOOD NIGHT AT THE FREE THROW FOR WAYNESVILLE HITTING 9 OF 10…
TIGER Coach CHRIS Pilz SAID ”We found another highly competitive game tonight. Borgia plays extremely hard and it took us until late in the fourth quarter before we could match their intensity. We did a lot of things well tonight. We will get back in practice on Wednesday and clean up our shot selection, ball control, defensive rotations. I think it was a good sign to see our guys fight to get back in the game after we faced adversity in the 3rd quarter. We will play a well coached Union team on Thursday night.”
THE WAYNESVILLE LADY TIGERS ARE IN THE WASHINGTON TOURNAMENT THIS WEEK AND THERE ARE CHANGES TO THE BRACKET….PARKWAY WEST HAS NOT PLAYED A GAME SINCE MID JANUARY AND WILL NOT UNTIL EARLY NEXT MONTH SO SOME ADJUSTMENTS WERE MADE.
WAYNESVILLE GOT FRANCIS HOWELL CENTRAL AND EDGED THE LADY SPARTANS 47-45…
BIG NIGHT FOR FRESHMAN BREONNA HURD DRAINING 31 POINTS TO LEAD THE SCORING…
WAYNESVILLE LED BY 2 AFTER ONE QUARTER, BY ONE AT THE HALF, UP BY 4 AFTER 3 AND WON IT BY 2 AT THE END OF THE 4TH…
COACH BRITTANY MATLOCK SAID “We played great team defense and were patient on offense. We’ve been focusing on little things making big things happen and tonight we executed them. Now to continue to build on it and go from there.
NEXT GAME WED. 4PM VS PACIFIC.
THE OTHER GAMES SAW TOP SEED HOLT TURBO CLOCK ST. CHARLES 60-24..
WASHINGTON TOPS WARRENTON 38-28….
OTHER OZARK CONFERENCE TEAMS IN ACTION LAST NIGHT…
ALL GIRLS GAMES.
BOLIVAR BEATS SPRINGFIELD CENTRAL 70-61.
WEBB CITY TAKES OUT PARKVIEW 60-49.
BRANSON BEATS UP ON HILLCREST 58-27…
GLENDALE IS QUARENTINED AND THEIR GAME WITH WAYNESVILLE ON FEB. 1ST IS BUMPED TO FEB. 24TH……
LICKING 52-23 OVER CROCKER
THE LADY WILDCATS OF LICKING ROLLED NORTH TO CROCKER IN A RE-MATCH OF THE FRISCO LEAGUE TOURNAMENT SEMI FINALS AND TURNED ON THE MERCY CLOCK FOR A TIME IN 4TH WITH A 52-23 WIN OVER THE LADY LIONS….
A SLOW START TO THIS SAW LICKING ON TOP 8-3 AFTER ONE, WENT ON A 15-5 RUN IN THE 2ND AND LED BY 15 AT THE HALF, AND BY 27 AFTER 3 AND PUT IT ON CRUISE…
KACEY RICHARDS LED A BALANCED ATTACK BY LICKING WITH 10 POINTS….
LIKE MANY OTHER TEAMS THAT FACE THE LADY WILDCATS, CROCKER STRUGGLES WITH LICKINGS LENGTH AND DEPTH….
LADY WILDCAT COACH STEVE RISSLER SAID “We have literally seen everything this season. We are battle tested and ready to get to the important part of the season.”
A FRISCO LEAGUE BOYS AND GIRLS DOUBLE DIP SPLIT LAST NIGHT IN DIXON AS PLATO CAME TO TOWN..
THE GIRLS VARSITY GAME SAW THE PLATO LADY EAGLES POUR IN 30 POINTS IN THE FIRST 8 MINUTES, AND TOOK A 24 POINT LEAD INTO THE 2ND QUARTER, OUTSCORE DIXON 15-10 AND TURNED ON THE TURBO CLOCK WITH AN 81-27 BEATING OF THE LADY BULLDOGS.
CARA COUCH LED PLATO WITH 22, BRENNA COUCH ADDED 16 AND KELSEY TODD TOSSED DOWN 12….
RESA MARTIN HAD 21 OF DIXON’S 27…..
THE BOYS GAME WAS ANOTHER TURBO CLOCK GAME IN THE 4TH, ALTHOUGH NOT AS LOPSIDED…THE HOME TOWN TEAM, DIXON TOOK DOWN PLATO, 85-51..
THIS STARTED OUT HOT FROM BOTH TEAMS WITH 55 POINTS GOING DOWN IN THE FIRST QUARTER WITH DIXON LEADING 35-20…..DIXON SEALED IT WITH A 24-9 RUN IN THE 2ND FOR A 59-29 LEAD AT TEH BREAK..
WILL SHELTON LED DIXON WITH 24 POINTS, C.J. THILTGEN ADDED 14 AND JAYDEN ROAM TOSSED IN 11..
BOTH WYATT COTREL AND CASE McCLURE HAD 11 TO LEAD THE EAGLES IN SCORING…..
STOUTLAND AND LAQUEY FROM THE FRISCO ARE BOTH IN THE CONWAY TOURNAMENT THIS WEEK AND IT STARTED LAST NIGHT WITH A OVERTIME SHOOTOUT…..
CONWAY 73 LIGHTHOUSE CHRISTIAN 71
THE HOST BEARS RALLIED FROM FIFTEEN POINTS DOWN TO SEND THE GAME INTO OVERTIME, THEN WON IT 73-71 ON CHASE CAFFEY’S BASKET WITH TWO SECONDS LEFT………
CONWAY CONNECTED ON THIRTEEN THREE POINTERS WITH CAFFEY LEADING THE SCORING WITH 24…THE CHARGER’S GARRETT RUDY POSTED A GAME-HIGH 28….
STRAFFORD 86 STOUTLAND 33
IN THE NIGHTCAP, TEN STRAFFORD INDIANS SAW ACTION, NINE SCORED FOR THE DEFENDING TOURNAMENT CHAMPS AND THE INDIANS TURBO CLOCKED STOUTLAND 86-33….TOURE PARKS FURNISHED 22 POINTS…STRAFFORD IS NOW 22-0 ALLTIME IN THE CONWAY TOURNAMENT….
THE 1ST ROUND CONCLUDES TONIGHT WITH HOLLISTER MEETING NIANGUA AT 5:30….LAQUEY WILL MATCHUP WITH AURORA AT 7:30..
THE IBERIA BOYS ARE IN THE ELDON TOURNAMENT THIS WEEK..
THE RANGERS ARE THE 2 SEED BEHIND FATIMA AND IBERIA GETS THE HOST MUSTANGS TONIGHT AT 6…
VERSAILLES PLAYS THE ROCKBRIDGE J.V. BRUINS IN THE LATE GAME…..
LAST NIGHT, FATIMA WHIPPED OSAGE, 73-52…
EUGENE TOOK OUT SEDALIA SMITH COTTON 61-45….
THE IBERIA LADY RANGERS ARE IN THE RUSSELLVILLE TOURNAMENT..
THE OTHER GAMES TONIGHT WITH THE FRISCO LEAGUERS……..
RICHLAND’S AT DIXON AND LICKING’S AT MTN. VIEW LIBERTY IN A PAIR OF BOYS GAMES….
ON THE GIRLS SIDE…LAQUEY’S AT RICHLAND….LICKING’S AT SALEM……BOURBON’S AT NEWBURG…….AND FORDLAND’S AT PLATO…
THE WAYNESVILLE TIGER WRESTLERS ARE IN LEBANON FOR A DUAL TONIGHT WITH THE O.C. CHAMPION YELLOWJACKETS..
THE LADY TIGER SWIMMERS ARE AT THE OZARK CHAMPIONSHIP IN SPRINGFIELD TODAY……
The Missouri men’s basketball team climbed seven spots to No. 12 in Monday’s AP Top 25 poll, matching the program’s highest ranking this season after a pair of conference wins last week including a 73-64 victory at then-No. 6 Tennessee.
After much anticipation, Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium is excited to announce that 2021 Miami Marlins and St. Louis Cardinals Spring Training tickets will go on sale starting Monday, February 1st. Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium will host a total of 30 games throughout the duration of the 2021 Spring Training Season: 15 for the Miami Marlins and 15 for the St. Louis Cardinals. All tickets for the 2021 season will be available for purchase online only through Marlins.com, Cardinals.com or RogerDeanChevroletStadium.com.
As is tradition, 2020 Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium Season Ticket Holders will be given first priority in purchasing their tickets for the upcoming season. Unlike in years past, full Season Ticket packages will not be available for the 2021 season due to updated Health & Safety Protocols. Instead, all tickets will be available on an individual game basis. Season Ticket Holders will have the opportunity to pick their games, at a discounted rate for the 2021 Spring Training season starting February 1st at 10 a.m.
The Kansas City Chiefs are on to their second consecutive Super Bowl after defeating the Buffalo Bills 38-24 in the AFC Championship Game, but they also suffered a big loss during the matchup. During a play in the fourth quarter, offensive tackle Eric Fisher went down with what appeared to be a leg injury while blocking Patrick Mahomes’ blind side. Later in the quarter, the Chiefs announced that Fisher was ruled out for the rest of the game with an Achilles injury. And while the significance of the injury was not revealed on Sunday night, NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport has reported that Fisher has suffered a torn Achilles. The injury will keep him from playing in Super Bowl LV.