THE WAYNESVILLE LADY TIGER BASKETBALL TEAM WAS SCHEDULED TO PLAY A JAMBOREE TONIGHT AT MARSHFIELD, BUT THAT HAS NOW BEEN CANCELLED…..
The number of positive cases and quarantined students at Waynesville High School has continued to rise; therefore, Waynesville High School students moved into Phase II of the district’s reopening plan starting today, Nov. 17.
High school athletes will be participating in virtual practices only.
The district, in close cooperation with the Pulaski County Health Department, has reached this decision in an effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19 among high school students.
THE CROCKER BOYS WERE ALSO SCHEUDLED FOR A JAMBOREE THIS EVENING, BUT DUE TO COVID QUARENTINE, THEY WILL NOT BE GOING TO THEIR JAM….THEY TOO ARE IN QUARENTINE AND WILL NOT PLAY THEIR BOYS AND GIRLS DOUBLE DIP WITH TUSCUMBIA ON FRIDAY…
NEITHER WILL THE DIXON LADY BULLDOGS, AND THE NEWBURG BOYS..
THE NEWBURG BOYS WERE GOING TO HOST A JAMBOREE THIS EVENING, BUT COVID PROTOCAL CANCLLED THAT…….
THE DIXON LADY BULLDOGS WERE GOING TO A JAMBOREE AT EUGENE, BUT THAT WILL NOT HAPPEN…
IBERIA WAS HEADED TO A JAMBOREE THIS EVENING, BUT IT’S NOT GOING TO HAPPEN EITHER..
THEY ARE SCHEUDLED TO OPEN FRIDAY AT LINN FOR A BOYS AND GIRLS DOUBLE DIP…
L.E. Gibson has coached the Swedeborg Panthers for the last 11 years. LAST Thursday, HE coached his last home game for the Panthers…
Coach Gibson has volunteered his time during his tenure as the Panther Coach, as well as driving the bus to away games at no cost to the District. As Coach Gibson has often said about Coaching at Swedeborg,”It is the best non-paying job I have ever had!”
Coach Gibson is loved by his players and patrons WHILE helping prepare athletes to play basketball at the high school level, but he has also given students the opportunity to be part of an organized team that they might never have otherwise.
Coach Gibson was recognized with a Plague of Appreciation and a gift certificate to his favorite sporting goods store between games at his last home coaching game…. The highlight of the night however was when the District honored Coach “L.E.” by naming the gymnasium at Swedeborg, “Gibson Court.”
enjoy your retirement coach…..
THE CLASS 4 DISTRICT 11 SOCCER TOURNAMENT CONSISTED OF 4 TEAMS, AND WAS WON BY OZARK.
THE WAYNESVILLE TIGERS WERE ELIMINATED IN THE FIRST ROUND BY KICKAPOO, BUT STILL WERE ABLE TO NOTCH 5 PLAYERS ON THE ALL DISTRICT TEAM..
KEVIN CRUZ WAS A FIRST TEAM DEFENDER…..FAHEEM MUJAHID WAS FIRST TEAM FORWARD AND ANTHONY SALAS MADE FIRST TEAM MIDFIELDER…
JESUS OLIVAS AND TYRELL PHINN WERE BOTH 2ND TEAM ALL DISTRICT MID FIELDERS….
IT’S SEMI FINAL FOOTBALL ON FRIDAY NIGHT AND SATURDAY FOR THE 8 MAN SQUADS AND CLASS 6…..
8 MAN WILL HAVE 2 GAMES ON FRIDAY NIGHT.
DREXEL VISITS SOUTHWEST LIVINGSTON COUNTY WEST OF KANSAS CITY AT 7 ON FRIDAY.
NORTH ANDREW GOES TO STANBERRY WEST OF ST. JOSEPH ALSO AT 7 ON FRIDAY NIGHT.
CLASS 6 WILL HAVE ONE GAME ON FRIDAY, ONE ON SATURDAY AND BOTH ARE REALLY CLOSE TO EACH OTHER COMPARED TO TRAVEL TIME FOR THE SOCCER SEMI FINALS LAST SATURDAY…..SOME OF THE PLAYERS SPENT 4 HOURS, ONE WAY ON BUS TRIPS SINCE MEE=SHA MOVED THE SEMI FINALS TO CAMPUS SITES OF THOSE TEAMS STILL PLAYING RATHER THAN THE FINAL 4 WHERE THE LAST 4 STILL LEFT ALL MET IN ONE LOCATION….THIS OF COURSE DUE TO PANDEMIC PROTOCAL….
FOX TRAVELS TO THEIR NEIGHBORING COUNTY…FROM JEFFERSON COUNTY TO ST. LOUIS COUNTY TO MEET DeSMET….THAT’S FRIDAY AT 7..
ACROSS THE STATE IS RAY-PEC HEADING TO LIBERTY NORTH…..THEY’LL TRAVEL FROM CASS THRU JOHNSON COUNTY TO CLAY COUNTY FOR A SATURDAY AFTERNOON TILT AT 1…
EVERYBODY ELSE IS INTO THE QUARTER FINALS AND PLAYS EITHER FRIDAY NIGHT OR SATURDAY AFTERNOON..
The Chicago Bears and Minnesota Vikings met on Monday night headed in opposite directions, and that trend continued during the finale to Week 10. Neither side was particularly consistent, with defense and special teams playing big roles in a low-scoring affair, and for a while it appeared that those very units were going to end the Bears’ three-game skid. Nick Foles and Co. were listless for much of the evening, however, whereas Justin Jefferson helped propel Minnesota’s attack en route to a 19-13 Vikings victory.
Nick Foles was carted off the field after taking a hard hit during the final minute of the Bears’ loss…..Bears coach Matt Nagy said after the game that Foles suffered a right leg/hip injury on the play. The Bears are preparing for the possibility that the injury could be season-ending.
New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees suffered “multiple ribs fractures on both sides of his chest and a collapsed lung on the right side,” according to ESPN… CBS Sports confirmed Brees has suffered broken ribs and will be sidelined more than one week. The injuries were suffered over a two-week period and could require the veteran to miss time recovering. However, the current timetable for Brees’ recovery from the injury is not certain at this time.
With COVID-19 still raging across the country, it was long expected that many college football games would be postponed if not outright canceled over the course of the season. As we enter Week 12 of the 2020 season, there have now been 67 games affected by COVID-19 with most postponements coming as a result of contact tracing protocols that require players to quarantine for 14 days if they are deemed to have been in high-risk contact with someone who has tested positive for the coronavirus.
Week 11 saw eight Power Five games canceled or postponed with the addition of one game in the Pac-12 — Cal at UCLA — after those two programs saw their games erased. Now into Week 12, five games are already off the books including Ole Miss at Texas A&M and Arizona State at Colorado.
Some teams, such as Florida, Missouri, Houston, Memphis, Baylor, FAU, FIU, Virginia Tech, Arkansas State, Charlotte, Rice, Texas A&M and Arizona State have already experienced multiple game disruptions.
The NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Committee announced Monday that it will relocate all 13 of its previously determined preliminary round sites for the 2021 NCAA Tournament, with their sights set on moving the NCAA Tournament to a single host city.
“In recent weeks, the Division I Men’s Basketball Committee has engaged in a thorough contingency planning process to determine the most effective way to conduct a safe and healthy March Madness for all participants for the 2021 championship,” NCAA spokesman David Worlock said. “Through these discussions, it became apparent to the committee that conducting the championship at 13 preliminary round sites spread throughout the country would be very difficult to execute in the current pandemic environment.