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Marvs Sports-KFBD-Wednesday January 13


IT WAS A LONG RIDE BACK HOME FROM NIXA FOR THE WAYNESVILLE WRESTLING TIGERS AFTER TAKING ONE ON THE CHIN AT THE HANDS OF THE EAGLES, 56-18…
THE TIGERS WERE PINNED 3 TIMES, AND GAVE UP 4 FORFEITS…NIXA ALSO HAD 2 MAJOR DECISIONS AND 2 DECISIONS..
3 TIGERS WON MATCHES, ALL BY PINNING THEIR OPPONENT.
AT 113 POUNDS, WILLIAM AUSTIN PINNED HIS NIXA OPPONENT IN THE FIRST PERIOD AT 1 MIN. 43 SECONDS..
AT 145, KEVIN CRUZ PINNED HIS OPPONENT AT 5:23 IN THE 3RD PERIOD..
AT 160 POUNDS, ISAAC PETERSON PINNED HIS NIXA COUNTERPART AT 43 SECONDS INTO THE 3RD PERIOD…
THOSE WERE THE ONLY TIGER WINS AGAINST A GOOD NIXA PROGRAM…

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IN THE FRISCO LEAGUE LAST NIGHT…

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BOYS GAMES…
CROCKER’S AT NEWBURG.
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LAQUEY 53-21 OVER BOURBON

THE BOURBON WARHAWKS CAME TO LAQUEY AND THE HOME TOWN HORNETS ENJOYED THE HOME COOKIN’ AFTER STRAPPING ON THEIR DEFENSIVE SNEAKERS AND PUT UP A 53-21 WIN…
THE HORNETS LED 12-11 AFTER ONE QUARTER, BUT WENT ON A 21-2 RUN IN THE 2ND FOR A 33-13 HALF TIME LEAD, WON THE THIRD AND SHUT OUT THE WARHAWKS, 8-0 IN THE FINAL FRAME AND TURNED ON THE TURBO CLOCK FOR THE 32 POINT “W”….
COACH STEVE SCHOLFIELD SAID “We couldn’t have played much better defense. At one point starting in the 2nd quarter, we held Bourbon scoreless for 21 straight possessions. We also got some points in transition which we haven’t been doing.”
JASON YOUNG FINISHED WITH 14, NATHAN FOWERS ADDED 10…..
THE HORNETS ARE 5-4, AND HEAD TO BELL ON THURSDAY IN AN ADDITION TO THE SCHEDULE…

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LICKING 57-55 OVER MTN. GROVE

IT WAS A BIG CAT BATTLE AT THE SHERMAN HILL FIELDHOUSE IN LICKING LAST NIGHT AS THE PANTHERS OF MTN. GROVE CAME TO TOWN TO FACE THE WILDCATS….FOLLOWING A 7-1 START PRIOR TO THE CABOOL HOLIDAY TOURNAMENT, THE WILDCATS WENT 2-2 IN THE HOLIDAY TOURNAMENT WINNING THEIR FIRST 2, AND LOSING THE NEXT 2, THEN GOT BLOWN OUT AT WILLOW SPRINGS IN THEIR FIRST GAME OF THE NEW YEAR, BOUNCED BACK FOR A 2 POINT WIN OVER DORA LAST FRIDAY, AND ADDED ANOTHER 2 POINT WIN OVER MTN. GROVE LAST NIGHT, 57-55….

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WILLOW SPRINGS 72-39 OVER PLATO.

THE LAST FRISCO LEAGUE TEAM TO VENTURE INTO THE WILLOW SPRINGS GYM, IT WAS NOT GOOD FOR THE VISITORS….THE BEARS TURNED ON THE TURBO CLOCK ON LICKING FOR A 51 POINT WIN….LAST NIGHT, WILLOW SPRINGS TURNED ON THE MERCY CLOCK ON PLATO IN A 72-39 VICTORY…

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IBERIA 53-31 OVER STOUTLAND

THE IBERIA LADY RANGERS CLIMED TO 8-4 ON THE SEASON AFTER A 53-31 TRIUMPH OVER VISITING STOUTLAND LAST NIGHT IN ROCK TOWN..
PAIGE SPENCER LED IBERIA WITH 17 POINTS…..KAILYN STRADT TOSSED IN 13 TO LEAD THE LADY TIGERS.
LADY RANGERS STAY HOME FOR A GAME WITH OSAGE ON THURSDAY..

LAST NIGHT IN RICHLAND, THE GIRLS J.V. TOURNAMENT PLAYED THEIR FIRST ROUND, WITH THE 2ND AND FINAL ROUND COMING UP TONIGHT…
CONWAY KNOCKS OFF RICHLAND, 37-31…
OSAGE SPANKED WAYNESVILLE 48-19
TONIGHT AT 6, THE CHAMPIONSHIP GAM WITH CONWAY AND OSAGE..
3RD PLACE TIPS AT 7:15 WITH WAYNESVILLE AND RICHLAND..

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IN THE OZARK CONFERENCE LAST NIGHT ON THE BOYS SIDE..

West Plains 59 Glendale 52
Kickapoo 49 Parkview 46
Lebanon 51 Camdenton 47

THE OTHER 4 CONFERENCE TEAMS HAD A COVID NIGHT OFF …….

ROLLA, LIKE WAYNESVILLE IS ON QUARENTINE PROTOCOL…..
THE TIGERS GAME WITH CENTRAL LAST NIGHT WAS POSTPONED TO EARLY FEB. ROLLA AND HILLCREST ALSO WAS POSTPONED…
ROLLA WAS COMING OFF A LOSS TO KICKAPOO, THEN WENT ON QUARENTINE……WAYENSVILLE DIDN’T PLAY LAST FRIDAY AGAINST PARKVIEW, OR LAST NIGHT AGAINST CENTRAL….THEY WILL NOT RING ON FRIDAY AT JEFF CITY.
WAYNESVILLE’S LAST GAME WAS JAN. 5TH AT SEDALIA WHICH IS WHERE THE COVID CONTACT CAME FROM…

OUR REPORTS INDICATE A SEDALIA PLAYER, WHO WAS ON THE FLOOR, WAS POSITIVE WITH THE VIRUS, AND WAS IN CONTACT WITH THE BASKETBALL, AS WELL AS ALL THE TIGER STARTERS AND SUBS…WHEN THE TIGERS GOT THE WORD, QUARENTINE WENT INTO EFFECT…..
ONLY THE VARSITY TIGERS ARE UNDER QUARENTINE PROTOCOL…THE J.V. AND FRESHMAN ARE STILL PLAYING…TIGERS JV DEFEATS CENTRAL 34-28. FRESHMEN DROP A CLOSE ONE 40-44 LAST NIGHT……

THE VARSITY TIGERS SHOULD BE READY BY NEXT MONDAY THE 18TH WHEN THEY PLAY THAT WEEK IN THE ST. JAMES TOURNAMENT AND BRING IN THE 3RD SEED….
THE TOURNAMENT’S BRACKET HAD TO BE RE-WORKED BECAUSE ROLLA HAD TO DROP OUT….THE 5TH THRU 8TH SEEDS ALL MOVED UP ONE, AND THE ST. JAMES J.V. TEAM WAS ADDED TO REPLACE THE BULLDOGS, KEEPING IT AN 8 TEAM TOURNAMENT…..

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SOME AREA HOOPS LAST NIGHT…
HARTVILLE TAMED THE MANSFIELD LIONS, 89-32.
DONAPHIN KNOCKS OFF MTN. VIEW 62-53.
BUFFALO BEATS VERSAILLES IN A 169 POINT SHOOTOUT, 88-81…
BOLIVAR 65-MARSHIELD 60..
AVA BEATS UP ON CONWAY 73-48.
CABOOL 61-45 OVER LUTIE
EUGENE BEAT CHAMOIS 67-61…

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girls
Class 6
1 Incarnate Word
2 Kickapoo
3 Jefferson City
4 Rock Bridge
5 Nixa
9 Republic

Class 5
1 West Plains
2 Helias Catholic
3 Willard
5 Rolla
6 Carl Junction

Class 4
1 Central Park Hills
5 Boonville
6 Fatima

Class 3
1 Monroe City
2 Skyline
3 Tipton
10 Strafford
Others receiving votes: St. Paul Lutheran (Concordia), Lawson, Iberia

Class 2
1 Wellington-Napoleon
2 Richland
4 Greenfield
6 Crane
10 College Heights

Class 1
1 Walnut Grove
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boys

Class 6
1 Chaminade
3 Kickapoo
5 Nixa
10 Rock Bridge

Class 5
1 Cardinal Ritter
6 Warrensburg

Class 4
1 Vashon
5 Father Tolton
6 Mexico
8 Blair Oaks

Class 3
1 Greenwood
2 Hartville
4 Thayer
7 Skyline
8 Strafford
9 Iberia
10 Linn

Class 2
1 Lakeland
2 Crane

Class 1
1 South Iron

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mizzou
The Missouri Tigers men’s basketball team is still firmly in the Associated Press Top 25 and ranked for the fifth straight week, though Mizzou did fall a tad after blowing a second-half lead in a loss at Mississippi State last week.

Mizzou came in at No. 17 in the weekly poll, down from 13th last week. The Tigers played only one game after their LSU game was postponed because of COVID-19 considerations. MU was supposed to play Tuesday against Vanderbilt, but that game was also pushed back as the Tigers are on pause until Wednesday.

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The NHL’s return to play is officially a go. On Sunday afternoon, the league made a joint announcement with the players’ union stating that it will play a 56-game season starting Jan. 13, 2021. Obviously, that leaves very little time to kick things into gear and this will be far from a normal season…there are questions about how it’s all going to work and they don’t have all the answers just yet — the league is expected to reveal additional details in the coming days…

We’ve known for some time that the NHL would be looking to temporarily shake up the divisions for this upcoming season. That realignment comes as a method of limiting travel and ensuring that teams will not have to cross the United States-Canada border during the pandemic. As part of the changes, one division will be comprised entirely of the league’s Canadian teams.

North

Calgary Flames
Edmonton Oilers
Montreal Canadiens
Ottawa Senators
Toronto Maple Leafs
Vancouver Canucks
Winnipeg Jets

East

Boston Bruins
Buffalo Sabres
New Jersey Devils
New York Islanders
New York Rangers
Philadelphia Flyers
Pittsburgh Penguins
Washington Capitals

Central

Carolina Hurricanes
Chicago Blackhawks
Columbus Blue Jackets
Dallas Stars
Detroit Red Wings
Florida Panthers
Nashville Predators
Tampa Bay Lightning

West

Anaheim Ducks
Arizona Coyotes
Colorado Avalanche
Los Angeles Kings
Minnesota Wild
San Jose Sharks
St. Louis Blues
Vegas Golden Knights

Every team will only play divisional games this season. Each team in the East, Central and West will play every other team in its division eight times, while the teams in the North division will play every other team in its division nine or 10 times.

In an effort to limit travel and potential COVID-19 exposure, teams will also often play several games in a row against a particular opponent.

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THE ST. LOUIS BLUES OPEN TONIGHT IN COLORADO WITH A 9:30 PUCK DROP AGAINST THE AVALANCHE..
THEY WILL BE WITHOUT VLADAMIR TARASENKO….
HE underwent his third surgery in 28 months back in August. While the Blues will be cautious with his return to the lineup, they’re optimistic that he’ll be ready to go at some point in February.

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NFL

Divisional Round
Saturday, January 16
(6) Rams at (1) Packers, 4:35 p.m. ET (Fox)
(5) Ravens at (2) Buffalo, 8:15 p.m. ET (NBC)

Sunday, January 17
(6) Browns at (1) Kansas City, 3:05 p.m. ET (CBS)
(5) Buccaneers at (2) Saints, 6:40 p.m. ET (Fox)
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