TODAY…..8 OF THE 9 FRISCO LEAGUE BASEBALL TEAMS ARE PLAYING….
ST. ELIZABETH AT CROCKER
COLE CAMP AT IBERIA
LAQUEY AT STOUTLAND
LICKING’S AT SALEM
NEWBURG AT ST. JAMES
CONWAY AT PLATO
VERSAILLES AT RICHLAND
DIXON AT ST. JAMES
SULLIVAN’S AT LAQUEY
DIXON AT STOVER
PLATO AT NORWOOD
WAYNESVILLE HAS THEIR JV HOME INVITATIONAL….CROCKER, RICHLAND AND LICKING ARE IN TOWN FOR THIS….
NEWBURG GOES TO CUBA FOR TRACK….
GOLF:LICKING’S AT SALEM
YESTERDAY IN PREP GOLF, WAYNESVILLE JOINED 11 OTHER GOLF PROGRAMS AT THE BIRCH CREEK GOLF COURSE FOR THE UNION WILDCAT TOURNAMENT….MISSING A FEW OF THEIR TOP PLAYERS DUE TO VARIOUS REASONS, TRISTAN CREASON HELPED CARRY THE TEAM AND WHILE THEY FINISHED NEAR THE BOTTOM OF THE TEAM SCORESHEET, CREASON WAS AT THE OTHER END THANKS TO SOME KEY LATE ROUND BIRDIES THAT PROPELLED HIM TO A 3RD PLACE FINISH…..
CREASON SHOT AN 84, 28 STROKES BETTER THAN THE TIGERS DAVID BENNETT WHO WAS 2ND ON TIGERS SCORESHEET, BUT ONLY 7 BEHIND THE MEDALIST, TRIGG LINDAHL OF HERMANN WHO CARDED A 77…
TIGER COACH NATE BOEH SAID “Tristan played well and kept getting better as the round progressed.
FRANCIS HOWELL WON THE TOURNAMENT, PACIFIC AND ST. FRANCIS BORGIA TIED FOR 2ND, SULLIVAN CAME IN 4TH…..
OSAGE RUN RULED THE CROCKER LIONS YESTERDAY, AT CROCKER IN A 3 INNING AFFAIR, 26-0…
IBERIA CAME HOME FROM EUGENE, ONE OF THEIR SHORTER ROAD TRIPS ON HIGHWAY 17 WITH A 5-1 WIN OVER THE EAGLES….
ISAAC LAWSON TWIRLED A COMPLETE GAME ONE HITTER…..EUGENE’S RUN WAS UNEARNED….LAWSON FANNED 10…….THIS WAS A 1-1 GAME HEADING INTO THE 6TH WHEN THE RANGERS TACKED ON 2 IN EACH THE 6TH AND 7TH FOR THE “W”….
TANNER ALEXANDER LED THE HIT PARADE WITH A DOUBLE, 2 SINGLES AND AN RBI….JAKE WHITTLE HAD 2 HITS AND 2 RBI’S…KADEN LAWSON HAD A PAIR OF RBI’S WHILE JAYDIN ROWDEN AND LOGAN SEEL BOTH DOUBLED…
THE LICKING WILDCATS RAN THEIR WINNING STREAK TO THREE WITH A 16-0 SHUTOUT OVER THE NEWBURG WOLVES ON MONDAY NIGHT.
LICKING SCORED EIGHT IN THE FIRST INNING AND ENDED THE GAME ON THE RUN RULE IN THE FOURTH. AUSTIN STEPHENS PICKS UP THE WIN WITH FOUR SCORELESS INNINGS IN WHICH HE ALLOWED TWO HITS AND STRUCK OUT SEVEN.
KENTON COOK DOUBLED, SCORED THREE TIMES, AND DROVE IN THREE RUNS FROM THE LEAD OFF SPOT FOR LICKING. MALACHI ANTLE WENT 3-FOR-4 WITH A DOUBLE, AND A TRIPLE, AND 4 RBIS.
THE WILDCATS ALSO RECEIVED A TWO-HIT NIGHT FROM SPENCER ROGERS. COLE WALLACE HAD A BIG NIGHT WITH A DOUBLE, TRIPLE, AND THREE RUNS-BATTED-IN.
THE WIN IMPROVES LICKING TO 3-1 FOR THE SPRING. IT’S BACK ON THE ROAD TODAY FOR THE WILDCATS AS THEY TRAVEL TO SALEM.
THE PLATO BASEBALL EAGLES SPANKED SUMMERSVILLE, 10-3 AT PLATO LAST NIGHT..
RICHLAND OPENED THEIR SEASON WITH A 19-13 WIN OVER BOURBON….MASON MICHAELS PICKS UP THE WIN….THE BEARS SCATTERED HITS UP AND DOWN THE LINE UP……COACH TIM BELSHE SAID “We played decent, got the chance to knock off the rust, have to cut down on the walks, but for the 1st game, not bad.”
STOUTLAND HIT THE ROAD TO TUSCUMBIA AND PUT A 17-2 WHOOPIN’ ON THE LIONS…
MACKS CREEK TRAVELED TO FAIR PLAY ON MONDAY FOR ANOTHER POLK COUNTY LEAGUE MATCHUP AND WERE STUNG BY THE HOST HORNETS, 12-1 IN FIVE INNINGS.
THE PIRATES WERE A LITTLE STAGNATE ON OFFENSE FOR THE NIGHT. MACKS CREEK HEAD COACH JASON TRUSTY SAID
“We came out a little flat in all facets tonight, we had a little trouble finding the zone on the mound and then adjusting to it at the plate.”
MACKS CREEK ONLY HAD 3 HITS…GRANT ENGLISH RIPPED A SINGLE AND A TRIPLE. TREVER SMITH COLLECTED AN RBI-SINGLE,
TANNER SMITH STARTED AND TOOK THE LOSS ON THE HILL FOR THE PIRATES.
ST. ELIZABETH GETS BY VIENNA 2-1…
CASSVILLE DEFEATS SPRINGFIELD CENTRAL, 11-1.
LOGAN ROGERSVILLE RUN RULED HILLCREST 14-0..
THE DIXON LADY BULLDOGS GOT A PAIR OF HOME RUNS AND 6 RBI’S FROM RYLI MARTIN IN SPRING SOFTBALL AND POLISHED OFF THE LADY WARHAWKS OF BOURBON, 17-6……
ABBY OVERSHON HAD A DOUBLE, AND 2 SINGLES, PLUS AN RBI….
TRISTEN LIPSCOMB DROVE IN 3 RUNS, MACI HOLTSCLAW DROVE IN 2…
MADDIE RYAN DOUBLED, SINGLED, AND DROVE IN A RUN.
EMMA THILTGEN AND KYLI BALLARD HAD DIXON’S OTHER 2 RBI’S…
MACI HOLTSCLAW GETS THE WIN…SHE GAVE UP 4 EARNED RUNS IN 4 INNINGS ON 6 HITS, FANNED 2 AND WALKED 2… MADDIE RYAN PITCHED 2 INNINGS OF 1 HIT BALL AND ALL 6 OUTS SHE NEEDED, CAME FROM STRIKE OUTS……
CONWAY AT PLATO
ON THE SOCCER PITCH YESTERDAY..
WAYNESVILLE HIT THE ROAD TO NIXA AND THE HOMECOOKIN’ PREVAILED AS THE LADY EAGLES SCORED A 9-1 WIN OVER THE LADY TIGERS…..
SMITH COTTON SHUT OUT CAMDENTON 4-0..
LEBANON BLANKS MARSHFIELD 8-0
JOPLIN CLIPS PARKVIEW 1-0
KICKAPOO SHUT OUT HARRISON ARK. 3-0…..
ST. JAMES WENT TO CROCKER FOR SOCCER AND THE LADY LIONS PROCEEDED TO SHUT OUT THE VISITING LADY TIGERS, 8-0…..
DIXON’S AT STOVER
ANOTHER TIE GAME ENDS SPRING TRAINING FOR THE ST. LOUIS CARDINALS…JOHN AND RICKY WRAP IT UP….
Teams from the state of Texas have fared well in the 2021 NCAA Tournament, and the Longhorn State will represent half of the Final Four field after Baylor and Houston both won in the Elite Eight on Monday night. Baylor’s 81-72 victory over Arkansas propelled the Bears to their first Final Four since 1950, while Houston’s 67-61 win over Oregon State sent the Cougars there for the first time since 1984.
With the two now set to play each other on Saturday, the state of Texas is guaranteed to have a representative in the national title game next Monday night.
Tuesday, March 29, TWO TEAMS FROM L.A. TAKE ON 2 NO. 1 SEEDS……
7:15 p.m. (6) USC vs. (1) Gonzaga
9:57 p.m. (11) UCLA vs. (1) Michigan
College basketball fans were in for a treat on Monday night, with a women’s NCAA Tournament game between UConn and Baylor that felt more like a championship matchup than an Elite Eight showdown. The game went down to the wire, but No. 1 UConn did what they seem to always do and punched a ticket to the Final Four, their 13th straight, with a 69-67 win.
Arizona asks Aari McDonald to do just about everything for the Wildcats. And just about every game, she delivers all she’s got.
McDonald scored 33 points in a dizzying display of razzle-dazzle shot making and gutsy leadership in crunch time, carrying the No. 3 seed Wildcats to a 66-53 win over No. 4 seed Indiana on Monday night, sending Arizona to its first Final Four in women’s NCAA Tournament history.
(6) Texas vs. (1) South Carolina — 7 p.m. ET | ESPN
(2) Louisville vs. (1) Stanford — 9 p.m. ET | ESPN