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Marvs Sports-KFBD-Wednesday April 28


BASEBALL:

GLENDALE 12-1 OVER WHS

THE WAYNESVILLE TIGER OFFENSE CONTINUED ITS STRUGGLES LAST NIGHT IN THE QUEEN CITY AS THE TIGERS FELL TO GLENDALE, 12-1 IN AN OZARK CONFERENCE CONTEST…
CARSON WADE TOSSED A 1 HITTER AT THE TIGERS, A BUNT SINGLE BY HUNTER ALTHUSIUS. DUSTIN MURPHY SCORED THE TIGERS ONLY RUN. MURPHY TOOK THE LOSS ON THE MOUND..HE WENT 2 INNINGS, WALKED 5, ALLOWED 2 HITS, AND 7 RUNS (6 EARNED).
ISAAC WELLS WENT DEEP, DOUBLED, AND DROVE IN 4 TO LEAD THE FALCON OFFENSE….JUDE BURCH ALSO HAD 2 HITS..
WITH THE LOSS THE TIGERS ARE 3-9 ON THE SEASON 1-5 IN THE CONFERENCE AND OUR SCHEDULED TO HOST WEST PLAINS ON THURSDAY AT 4:30.

ELSEWHERE IN THE O.C. AS MOST TEAMS WERE IN ACTION

LEBANON 4-3 OVER JEFF CITY
ZACK STEWART PICKS UP THE WIN
KEATON MIZER THE SAVE…
THE OFFENSE WAS LED BY DREW MCBRIDE, HUNTER HONEY, AND BENNETT SCHNITZER….

ROLLA 20-2 OVER SPRINGFIELD CENTRAL
KICKAPOO SQUEEZES OUT A 1-0 WIN OVER PARKVIEW
WEST PLAINS 7-4 OVER HILLCREST

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AROUND THE FRISCO LEAGUE IN BASEBALL:
LAQUEY 11-0 OVER CROCKER

LAQUEY ACE, MASON SKIDMORE TOSSED A ONE HIT SHUT OUT LAST NIGHT AT THE CROCKER LIONS AND THE HORNETS CAME HOME WITH AN 11-0 VICTORY…SKIDMORE FANNED 10 ALONG THE WAY, PLUS DID SOME DAMAGE WITH HIS BAT GOING 3 FOR 4 AND DROVE IN 2 RUNS…..TYLER OWENS WAS 2 FOR 2 WITH 3 RBI’S AND BEN YORK HAD A PAIR OF HITS AND DROVE IN A PAIR OF RUNS..
LAQUEY COACH CHANCE ALLAN WAS PLEASED WITH THE OUTPUT, AND THE DEFENSE….HE SAID “We made 0 errors and swung it well.”

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DIXON 13-3 OVER PLATO

THE PLATO EAGLES RODE INTO DIXON AND HAD THEIR 2 GAME WINNING STREAK SNAPPED WITH A 13-3 RUN RULE VICTORY BY THE BULLDOGS….THIS WENT 5 INNINGS..
CLAYTON SINDEN PICKS UP THE WIN….HE WORKS 4 INNINGS, GAVE UP 3 RUNS, 1 EARNED ON 4 HITS, FANNED 4 AND WALKED ONE.
RANDON MAHURNIN FINISHED WITH 1 INNING OF NO HIT BALL, AND FANNED 2…

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MTN. VIEW 8-7 OVER LICKING

FOR THE 2ND STRAIGHT NIGHT, AND 2ND STRAIGHT GAME, THE LICKING WILDCATS CAME UP SHORT AND ON THE WRONG SIDE OF A ONE-RUN GAME AT DEER LICK PARK AND FELL TO MOUNTAIN VIEW LIBERTY 8-7.
ZEB CORNMAN LED OFF THE GAME WITH A HOME RUN FOR THE EAGLES.

SILAS ANTLE TIED THE GAME IN THE BOTTOM OF THE SECOND FOR LICKING WITH A SOLO HOME RUN. AFTER LIBERTY PUSHED AHEAD IN THE TOP OF THIRD WITH THREE RUNS, IT WAS LICKING’S EASTON ICE’S WHO DIALED LONG DISTANCE.
ICE’S 2-RUN BLAST BROUGHT LICKING TO WITHIN A RUN, AND RUSTY BUCKNER DOUBLED HOME THE TYING RUN.
LIBERTY ANSWERED WITH TWO IN THE FOURTH AND ONE IN THE SIXTH WHILE LICKING MANAGED A SINGLE RUN THE FIFTH.
TRAILING BY TWO IN THE SEVENTH, THE WILDCATS PLATED ONE AND HAD THE TYING AND GO-AHEAD RUNS ON BASE WITH TWO OUTS BUT COULDN’T GET THE KEY HIT, AND THE RALLY WAS SHORT CIRCUITED.

COLE WALLACE STARTED AND TOOK THE LOSS FOR LICKING. HE ALLOWED SIX RUNS ON 10 HITS AND TWO WALKS. BUCKNER PITCHED THE FINAL THREE FRAMES AND WAS CHARGED WITH ONE RUN ON THREE HITS AND FOUR WALKS.

THE LOSS DROPPED LICKING TO 8-7 ON THE SEASON. THE WILDCATS TRAVEL TO HOUSTON ON THURSDAY.

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STOUTLAND 24-5 OVER NEWBURG

THE STOUTLAND TIGERS ROLLED IN AND OUT OF NEWBURG YESTERDAY AND WHEN THEY LEFT, THEY HAD A 24-5 FRISCO LEAGUE WIN TO MAKE THE RIDE HOME, A GOOD ONE….

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RICHLAND 14-1 OVER MACKS CREEK

THE MACKS CREEK PIRATES SAW THEIR MODEST TWO GAME WINNING STREAK SNAPPED LAST NIGHT AT HOME, FALLING TO THE VISITING RICHLAND BEARS 14 – 1 IN FIVE INNINGS.
NOAH JOHNSON TOSSED A ONE HITTER, A GRANT ENGLISH SINGLE IN THE FIRST, THEN WENT ONTO STRIKE OUT 14 AND GAVE UP AN UNEARNED RUN….
RICHLAND PLATED A SINGLE TALLY IN THE TOP OF THE FIRST AND NEVER LOOKED BACK. THEY ADDED FOUR IN THE SECOND, TWO EACH IN THE THIRD AND FOURTH, AND THEN FIVE MORE IN THE TOP OF THE FIFTH, BOARDED THE BUS AND CAME HOME WITH THE “W”…
MACKS CREEK PLATED THEIR SINGLE TALLY IN THE BOTTOM OF THE FIFTH TO AVOID THE SHUTOUT.
CHASE OTTO AND MASON MICHAELS LED THE BEARS OFFENSE..OTTO HAD 2 HITS AND 4 RBI’S, MICHAELS 3 HITS AND DROVE IN 2 RUNS…
DAKOTA WILLIS STARTED AND TOOK THE LOSS. HE WORKED THE FIRST FOUR INNINGS AND ALLOWED 12 RUNS, FIVE EARNED, ON NINE HITS WHILE STRIKING OUT FIVE AND HITTING ONE BATTER. AUSTIN BROWN WORKED AN INNING AND ALLOWED TWO UNEARNED RUNS ON TWO HITS WHILE STRIKING OUT TWO.
RICHLAND COACH TIM BELSHE SAID “About everyone in the lineup contributed in some way. Good win for us, to go back to back at the lake…”THE BEARS WERE COMING OFF A 13-1, 5 INNING VICTORY OVER CLIMAX SPRINGS FROM MONDAY…

AFTER GOING 2-4 THRU MID APRIL WITH SEVERAL RAIN OUTS, THAT WAS THE BEARS 4TH STRAIGHT WIN AND NOW THEY’RE 6-4….THEY HOST DIXON THURSDAY, AND TUSCUMBIA FRIDAY…
THE PIRATES FALL TO 5-9 WITH THE LOSS. THEY TRAVEL TO CROCKER ON THURSDAY BEFORE RETURNING HOME AGAINST THE HALFWAY CARDINALS ON FRIDAY.

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SOME REGIONAL BASEBALL:
AFTER GETTING THEIR FIRST WIN OF THE SEASON MONDAY OVER THE WAYNESVILLE TIGERS, CAPITAL CITY GETS BY ELDON 9-8.
HERMANN WAS A BIG 23-0 WINNER OVER BOURBON.
THE CONWAY BEARS ARE 14-1 AFTER A 7-3 WIN OVER NORWOOD.
FATIMA SHUT OUT SOUTH CALLAWAY 10-0.
BLAIR OAKS 9-JEFF CITY HELIAS 7..
LINN WAS A 4-1 WINNER OVER ST. ELIZABETH..
ST. JAMES KNOCKS OFF STEELVILLE 6-3.
HOUSTON 16-5 OVER SUMMERSVILLE
HARTVILLE WAS A 9-1 WINNER OVER WILLOW SPRINGS.

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SOFTBALL

THE STRAFFORD LADY INDIANS HOSTED STOUTLAND LAST NIGHT IN SOFTBALL AND SHUT OUT THE LADY TIGERS, 17-0…..

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SOCCER

DIXON WENT TO SOUTHERN BOONE AND THE HOME TOWN EAGLES SHUT OUT THE LADY BULLDOGS, 8-0…..

LAQUEY ROLLED INTO MTN. VIEW LIBERTY AND CAME HOME WITH A 5-1 VICTORY OVER THE LADY EAGLES…THE LAQUEY COACH CALLED THE LADY EAGLES “a very physical Liberty team”.
Hannah Thier helped lead the lady hornets with the ‘w’…..

OZARK CONFERENCE SOCCER:
GLENDALE SHUTS OUT SPRINGFIELD CATHOLIC, 4-0..
SPRINGFIELD CENTRAL BLANKED HILLCREST, 6-0..

ELSEWHERE, NEW COVENANT IS 10-1 ON THE SEASON AFTER THEIR 3-1 WIN OVER ROGERSVILLE.
SULLIVAN SHUTS OUT ST. JAMES 8-0….

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LET’S SEE WHAT GETS RAINED OUT TODAY..

SOCCER HAS SMITH COTTON AT WAYNESVILLE, AND BECAUSE IT’S ON PLASTIC GRASS, IT HAS A CHANCE OF GETTING DONE, BUT THUNDERSTORMS MAY KEEP SMITH COTTON IN SEDALIA..

SOFTBALL
CROCKER’S AT STOUTLAND

GOLF
CROCKER GOES TO STEELVILLE

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ALL STAR

EXACTLY ONE WEEK AGO, RADIO STATIONS KJEL AND KFBD HELD THEIR 21ST ANNUAL ALL STAR BASKETBALL BANQUET WHERE PLAYERS, COACHES, AND PLAYERS PARENTS AND GUARDIANS ENJOYED A BANQUET OF CORDON BLUE, BRISKET AND ALL THE FIXIN’S….THEN AFTER DINNER, THE COACH AND THEIR PLAYERS WERE BROUGHT TO THE PODIUM WHERE THE COACH TALKED A LITTLE ABOUT THEIR PLAYER OR PLAYERS….PICTURES WERE TAKEN OF THOSE PLAYERS AND COACHES AND THEY’RE AVAILABLE TO VIEW ON OUR WEBSITE, myozarksonline. com

CLICK ON THE 2021 ALL STAR SPORTS BANQUET PHOTO’S AND DOWNLOAD ONTO YOUR DEVICE…..

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THE CARDINALS CARLOS MARTINEZ TURNED IN A GEM ON THE HILL AND THE CARDS TOOK CARE OF BUSINESS WITH PHILADELPHIA.

Four players have withdrawn from this week’s Valspar Championship after testing positive for COVID-19, the most at any event since the PGA Tour returned at the Charles Schwab Challenge at the beginning of June 2020. Tyrrell Hatton, Will Gordon, Brice Garnett and Sepp Straka are all out after positive tests.

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