ALL OF THOSE STATE SECTIONAL SOCCER MATCHES FOR TUESDAY WERE BUMPED BACK TO WEDNESDAY DUE TO COLD TEMPERATURES AND PARTLY FROZEN FIELDS FROM THE SNOW, SLEET, FREEZING RAIN AND FALLING TEMPERATURES WE HAD ON MONDAY..
WELL, NOT QUITE ALL GOT THE BUMP..
THERE WAS ONE MATCH IN CLASS 3 THAT PLAYED YESTERDAY AND THEY STARTED AT 6 LAST NIGHT JUST SOUTH OF KANSAS CITY WHEN THE SUN WAS DOWN AND THE TEMPS DIPPED BACK INTO THE TEENS…….BELTON HOSTED GRAIN VALLEY AND GRAIN VALLEY CLIPPED THEM IN A 1-0 SHUT OUT……WONDER WHAT KIND OF CROWD THEY HAD WATCHING THAT MATCH….HOPEFULLY, THEY COULD SEE THE PLAYING FIELD FROM THEIR VEHICLES, OR HAD HEATED BLEACHERS….
YESTERDAY MORNING, ABOUT HALF OF BRACKET HAD GAMES ON TAP FOR TUESDAY…BY THE LATTER PART OF THE MORNING, ALL BUT THE BELTON SECTIONAL WAS MOVED TO THIS AFTERNOON AND EVENING ACROSS THE STATE….
ALL CLASS 2 WILL PLAY TODAY….
ST. LOUIS METRO VISITS JOHN BURROUGHS…
NOTRE DAME CAPE GIRARDEAU HOSTS LUTHERAN SOUTH
PRIORY IS HOME TO ORCHARD FARM
O’FALLON CHRISTIAN IS HOSTING KIRKSVILLE
SOUTHERN BOONE IS HOME TO SPRINGFIELD CATHOLIC
MONET IS HOSTING PLEASANT HILL IN SOUTHWEST MISSOURI
ST. MICHAEL THE ARCHANGEL FACES GUADALUPE CENTER AT LEE’S SUMMITT NORTH
ST. PIUS OF K.C. IS HOME TO CHILLOCOTHE…
CLASS 3 SECTIONAL SOCCER….7 OF THE 8 MATCHES IN THE ROUND OF 16 TAKE PLACE TODAY…
NORTH COUNTY IS HOSTING HILLSBORO,
WEBSTER GROVES TAKES ON LADUE AT VIANNEY
FT. ZUMWALT SOUTH VISITS ROCKWOOD SUMMITT
ROLLA VISITS ST. DOMINIC IN O’FALLON
HELIAS IS HOSTING GLENDALE IN JEFF CITY..
WILLARD IS HOME WITH NEOSHO COMING IN
VAN HORN IS HOSTING PLATTE COUNTY…
AGAIN, THE LoNE MATCH FROM TUESDAY,
GRAIN VALLEY 1-0 OVER BELTON
ALL CLASS 4 IS SET FOR TODAY…….
NORTHWEST CEDAR HILL IS HOME TO LINDBERGH.
C.B.C. VISITS KIRKWOOD IN A ST. LOUIS COUNTY MATCH UP
DESMET HOSTS PATTONVILLE
WENTZVILLE HOLT VISITS FT. ZUMWALT WEST
JEFF CITY JAYS ARE HOME TO SPRINGFIELD CENTRAL
OZARK IS HOSTING LEE’S SUMMITT WEST
ROCKHURST VISITS LEE’S SUMMITT
AND STALEY HEADS TO PARK HILL SOUTH…
THE LONE FRISCO LEAGUER STILL PLAYING SOCCER IS LAQUEY, AND THEY’RE INTO THE CLASS 1 QUARTER FINALS AND THEY HAVE GREENWOOD COMING IN FOR A SATURDAY AFTERNOON TILT AT 1, AND IT WILL BE AT WAYNESVILLE MIDDLE SCHOOL…
THIS IS NOT THE FIRST TIME A FRISCO LEAGUE NEIGHBOR OF WAYNESVILLE HAVE USED THEIR FACILITES FOR A SECTIONAL OR QUARTER FINALS MATCH…
IN THE MEESHA SOCCER MANUEL, IT STATES “Schools that do not meet the minimum state field dimensions (60 yards by 110 yards) or do not have lighted fields and are scheduled to host a sectional or quarterfinal game, must
secure a suitable alternative location or portable lighting at no cost to the MSHSAA.”
LAQUEY ATHLETIC DIRECTOR DUSTIN MATLOCK CONTACTED WAYNESVILLE A.D. CORY ACE AND THE TIGERS’ SLAUGHTER FIELD AT THE MIDDLE SCHOOL WILL BE THE SITE OF THE QUARTERS ON SATURDAY…
ST. LOUIS, Mo. -St. Louis Cardinals Manager Mike Shildt was named the recipient of the 2019 National League Manager of the Year Award as voted on by the Baseball Writers Association of America (BBWAA). Shildt, who this season guided the Cardinals to their first N.L. Central title since 2015, joins Hall of Fame managers Whitey Herzog (1985) and Tony La Russa (2002) as Cardinals recipients of the BBWAA award.
Shildt guided the Cardinals to a share of their 12th N.L. Central title in his first full season at the helm, overseeing a transformation of the team’s defense with record-setting performances, as the Cardinals became the first Major League team in history to go from worst to first in errors in back-to-back seasons. The Cardinals went 91-71 in 2019 while advancing to the N.L. Championship Series, and are 132-99 (.571 winning pct.) under Shildt since he was named interim manager on July 15, 2018.
“We are extremely happy for ‘Shildty’ for having been voted the recipient of this well-deserved honor,” stated Cardinals’ President of Baseball Operations John Mozeliak. “Mike and his staff are extremely committed to providing Cardinals fans with a winning style of play that is focused on all facets of the game, and it showed thru this past season.”
Having first joined the Cardinals organization in 2004 as an Area Scout, Shildt advanced thru the team’s player development system, and managed his teams to minor league championships in 2010 and 2011 at rookie-level Johnson City and in 2012 at Springfield of the Texas League (AA). Shildt was named the Appalachian League Manager of the Year in 2010, the same year he was honored as the recipient of the Cardinals George Kissell Award for excellence in player development.
Shildt, 51, was signed last week to a new three-year contract that extends thru the 2022 season.
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