ROLLA ORAL SURGERY GIRLS HOLIDAY TOURNAMENT WHICH HAS TURNED INTO A 3 GAME SHOOTOUT FOR EACH OF 6 TEAMS LEFT AFTER 2 DROPPED OUT DUE TO COVID QUARENTINE’S SAW
BOTH FRISCO LEAGUE TEAMS TAKE A HIT YESTERDAY…
THE CROCKER LADY LIONS GOT TO TASTE SOME MID MO. POWERHOUSE HOOPS TAKING ON THE ROCK BRIDGE LADY BRUINS, WHO NORMALLY BRING IN TALENT, THAT’S ALSO PRETTY TALL AND CONTROL THE BOARDS…..WITH A 6-5 POST PLAYER AND A 6′ POINT GUARD NAMED KRONKE WHO’S SIGNED WITH MIZZOU, THE LADY BRUINS PACK AN INSIDE OUT PUNCH THAT’S HARD TO DEFEND….
THE LADY BRUINS TURNED ON THE TURBO CLOCK ON THE SMALLER LADY LIONS IN A 76-37 FINAL..
THE TRUMAN PATRIOTS OF KANSAS CITY STUCK A 42-33 LOSS ON THE LADY WILDCATS OF LICKING…
LICKING LED 10-6 AFTER ONE, TRAILED 24-21 AT THE HALF AND LICKING WAS DOWN 34-28 AT THE END OF THE 3RD AND COULD NOT BUY A BASKET…..CALL IT ONE OF THOSE GAMES…COACH STEVE RISSLER HAD NO ANSWER…LICKING WAS ONLY 3 OF 11 FROM THE FREE THROW LINE…
FRESHMAN HANNA MEDLOCK LED THE LADY CATS IN SCORING WITH 15.
TALAYA SCOTT DRAINED 18 FOR TRUMAN…
LICKING GETS ROCK BRIDGE TODAY AT 4…THAT’S AT ROLLA HIGH SCHOOL…
CROCKER PLAYS COLUMBIA BATTLE THIS AFTERNOON AT 2 AND THEY’LL TIP AT ST. JAMES…
THE WAYNESVILLE TIGERS ARE IN THE BOYS BRACKET OF THE ROLLA U.S. BANK TOURNAMENT AND THE ORANGE AND BLACK SHINED LAST NIGHT TOPPELING THE 7-2 WARRESNBURG TIGERS, 44-31…..
WARRENSBURG IS A COACHES ASSOCIATION STATE RANKED CLASS 5 PROGRAM THAT DID NOT HAVE AN ANSWER FOR THE TIGERS IN THE 2ND HALF……A ONE POINT LEAD AFTER THE FIRST QUARTER TURNED INTO A 2 POINT LEAD AT THE HALF…WAYNESVILLE CAME OUT AND OUTSCORED WARRENSBURG 31-20 IN THE 2ND HALF TAKING CONTROL IN THE 3RD QUARTER AND STRETCHED THE LEAD TO 13 AT THE END ….
A.J. MARTIN DRAINED 14 TO LEAD WAYNESVILLE AND WHILE HE WAS THE ONLY ONE IN DOUBLES, MIKE LEWIS. ZAY MacARTHUR AND JARED HYATT WERE ALL WITHIN A BASKET OF DOUBLES FOR A GOOD TIGER BALANCE…..
THREE POINTERS WERE AT A MINIMUM IS THIS…WAYNESVILLE KNOCKS DOWN 1, WARRENSBURG 3..
THE TIGERS ARE 2-3 OVERALL, WARRENSBURG DROPS TO 7-2…
TIGER COACH CHRIS PILZ SAID ”Our guys found a little Roubidoux Creek magic tonight. We were able to knock off the # 5 5A state ranked Missouri Basketball Coaches State Poll team. We had 3 really good practices since our last game. We controlled the ball better tonight, improved our shot selection, and we’re able to shut the paint down defensively. Warrensburg is a solid team. We are striving for incremental growth and daily improvement. Our coaching staff saw that tonight. Our guys are looking forward to a rematch with Poplar Bluff tomorrow night.”
THE MULES BEAT THE TIGERS BY 20 IN THE ROUTE 66 SHOOTOUT IN TIGER TOWN IN MID DECEMBER….
THE TWO TIP AGAIN THIS EVENING AT 6 AT ROLLA….
THE GOLD DIVISION OF THE ANNUAL BLUE AND GOLD IN SPRINGFIELD STARTED YESTERDAY…
THE 2 OZARK CONFERENCE TEAMS THAT WERE SCHEUDLED TO PLAY, ONLY ONE DID..
WEST PLAINS BEAT SPOKANE 61-49..LEBANON HAD TO WITHDRAW SO BOLIVAR MOVED ON…
IN THE BLUE DIVISION FROM THE CONSOLATION SIDE, MTN. GROVE OVERTIMED GLENDALE, 49-45…
CABOOL BOYS HOLIDAY TOURNAMENT..
AFTER AN OPENING ROUND WIN OVER PLATO, LICKING DEFEATED SALEM, 68-48 IN THE WINNERS BRACKET……THE WILDCATS PLAY ALTON AT 6:30 THIS EVENING AFTER THE COMETS BLEW OUT CABOOL, 69-44….
PLATO FACED SUMMERSVILLE IN THE CONSOLATION ROUND AND FELL, 69-52…
IT WAS TIED AT 13 AFTER ONE, BUT SUMMERSVILLE SURGED AHEAD 31-22 AT THE HALF AFTER PLATO GOT INTO FOUL TROUBLE….
AT THE MOUNTAIN GROVE GIRLS TOURNAMENT: FIRST ROUND AND FIRST GAME ON SATURDAY SAW AFTER DORA GET BY THE PLATO LADY EAGLES, 60-45 ON SATURDAY, PLATO TURNED IT AROUND THE KNOCKED OFF SEYMORE 69-61 IN THE CONSOLATION ROUND…
PLATO WAS UP BY 2 AFTER THE FIRST QUARTER, LED 33-27 AT THE HALF, LED BY 9 AFTER THE 3RD AND WON IT BY 8……BRENNA COUCH LED THE LADY EAGLES WITH 20, CARA COUCH ADDED 19 AND KELSEY TODD TOSSED DOWN 17…
COACH WES SHAW SAID “We had girls step up and play well today, to advance to the next round against Gainesville, And a Good job to Seymour for battling back during the game, they never would let us put the game away.”
LADY EAGLES GET A TUESDAY GAME, AGAIN AT 9:00 THIS MORNING AGAINST GAINESVILLE…
THE PINK AND WHITE TOURNAMENT IN SPRINGFIELD
9 OF THE 10 OZARK CONFERENCE TEAMS ARE IN THIS……
THE WAYNESVILLE LADY TIGERS GOT BY BUFFALO 68-63 IN WHAT TURNED INTO A SHOOTOUT..
17-14 AFTER ONE, BUFFALO ON TOP..
WAYNESVILLE OUTSCORED THE LADY BISONS 19-12 TO LEAD 33-29 AT THE HALF, ADDED ANOTHER 5 POINTS TO THE MARGIN AFTER THE 3RD, THEN WITHSTOOD A BUFFALO RUN IN THE 4TH TO HOLD ON BY 5….THE LADY TIGERS 1-2 PUNCH OF NAUDIA EVANS AND BREONNA HURD DRAINED 57 OF THE TEAMS 63.
EVANS FINSIHED WITH 29, HURD ADDED 28….
COACH BRITTANY MATLOCK SAID “Faced a little adversity and overcame. I am proud of their effort on both ends of the floor. It was nice to get back playing after a short break. Everyone got to play and be involved.
NEXT GAME TONIGHT VS CARTHAGE 6PM KICKAPOO HS.
OTHER O.C. TEAMS FROM THE WHITE BRACKET
Willard 73, Hillcrest 17 –
Kickapoo 77, Catholic 34 –
Central 50, Ava 41 –
Strafford 59, Lebanon 28 –
WHEATLAND DEFEATED GLENDALE
Blue Eye 65, Parkview 49 –
West Plains 66, Greenwood 25 –
CAMDENTON MOVED RIGHT WHEN THAYER WITHDREW..
The Missouri Valley Conference has postponed Missouri State’s women’s basketball series at UNI, originally set for Jan. 1 and 2 in Cedar Falls, Iowa, due to positive COVID-19 test results among 24th-ranked MSU’s Tier I personnel, which consists of student-athletes, coaches, managers and staff. The Conference will announce make-up dates for the series/games at a later date.
THE ROSE AND SUGAR BOWLS WILL BE PLAYED ON NEW YEARS DAY AND WILL FEATURE THE TOP 4 AND IT WILL BE THE SEMI FINAL’S FOR THE TOP PRIZE, THE CFP CHAMPIONSHIP…
#1 ALABAMA MEETS #4 NOTRE DAME AT 3PM AT THE ROSE BOWL IN PASADENA..
#3 OHIO STATE TAKES ON #2 CLEMSON AT 7PM AT THE SUGAR BOWL IN NEW ORLEANS….
THOSE WINNERS MEET FOR THE TITLE ON JAN 11TH AT HARD ROCK STADIUM IN MIAMI…
In Week 15, the Bills were partying like it was 1995 after winning their first division title since that season. Now, following a 38-9 blowout over the New England Patriots on “Monday Night Football,” they are gigging it up like it’s 1999. For the first time since the ’99 season, Buffalo has been able to sweep the season series against their division rival and did so in convincing fashion in primetime.
As has been the case all season, the Josh Allen-Stefon Diggs connection was simply dominant. Allen finished his night throwing for 320 yards and four touchdowns, three of those falling in Diggs’ arms. Meanwhile, Cam Newton completed just 5 of 10 passes for 34 yards before being sent to the bench early in the second half with the blowout ongoing.