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THE FRISCO LEAGUE TOURNAMENT SET THE BOYS 1ST AND 3RD PLACE GAMES LAST NIGHT AND ELIMINATED ONE…

STOUTLAND 50-47 OVER LAQUEY

THE STOUTLAND TIGERS SQUEEZED OUT A 50-47 VICTORY OVER LAQUEY AND ELIMINATED THE HORNETS FROM THE TOURNAMENT…..THIS WAS FAIRLY CLOSE WIRE TO WIRE….THE HORNETS ERASED A 14 POINT DEFICIT IN THE 4TH QUARTER BUT RAN OUT OF TIME AFTER GETTING IT DOWN TO A ONE POSSESSION GAME….

THE TIGERS WON THE BATTLE OF THE BOARDS, 23-15 AND TURNED SOME OFFENSIVE REBOUNDS INTO POINTS.

ZANE HODGES LED THE TIGERS WITH A 26 POINT PERFORMANCE.

JASON YOUNG DROPPED IN 15 FOR THE HORNETS, AND J.D. BOWLING ADDED 10….

STOUTLAND COACH MIKE PARTEN SAID THE YOUTH AND INEXPERIACE SHOWED UP, BUT THEY HELD ON IN THE END.



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STOUTLAND COACH MIKE PARTEN KNOWS IT’S A BATTLE TONIGHT.



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DIXON 73-61 OVER LICKING

THE TOP SEEDED DIXON BULLDOGS WILL PLAY FOR THE TITLE AFTER A 73-61 WIN OVER THE LICKING WILDCATS, THANKS IN PART TO A MONSTER PERFORMANCE FROM THEIR SENIOR LEADER, TREY HOLZER WHO DRAINED 39 ON THE NIGHT….THE DAWGS JUMPED ON LICKING FOR A 20-13 RUN IN THE FIRST QUARTER, HAD A 6 POINT LEAD AT THE HALF, AND RAN UP A 16 POINT LEAD HEADING INTO THE FINAL 8 MINUTES AND WON IT BY A DOZEN.

DIXON WON THIS AT THE STRIPE HITTING 23 OF 31 WHILE THE CLOCK WAS STOPPED WHILE LICKING MADE 3 OF 5 AND THAT’S A 20 POINT DIFFERENCE FROM THE FREE THROW LINE..

LICKING’S WILSON MURRAY NOTCHED A DOUBLE DOUBLE WITH 34 POINTS AND 10 REBOUNDS…..BLAKE PAYNE TOSSED DOWN 14…

BESIDES TREY HOLZER’S 39 FOR DIXON, WILL SHELTON ADDED 12…..

COACH STEVE SCHOLFIELD SAID THEIR DEFENSE COULD HAVE BEEN BETTER, BUT CREDIT THE WILDCATS FOR THAT.



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DIXON’S STEVE SCHOLFIELD IS THANKFUL HE HAS TREY HOLZER…THE SENIOR CARRIED THE BULLDOGS LAST NIGHT.



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IBERIA 52-30 OVER PLATO

IBERIA WILL PLAY FOR ANOTHER FRISCO LEAGUE TITLE AFTER THEIR 52-30 SEMI FINAL WIN OVER PLATO..IBERIA LED BY 4 AFTER ONE, AND 7 AT THE HALF….

THE EAGLES KEPT THIS CLOSE UNTIL THE 4TH WHEN THE RANGERS WENT ON 25-11 RUN THE PUT THIS OUT OF REACH…..THE RANGER DEFENSE HELD PLATO TO JUST 22% SHOOTING FROM THE FIELD AND FORCED 17 TURNOVERS AND KEPT ALL THE EAGLES FROM DOUBLE DIGIT SCORING, INCLUDING GRADY TODD…

IBERIA COACH NICK VOSS SAID THE GAME PLAN THEY PUT IN PLACE AGAINST PLATO’S SENIOR LEADER WORKED…



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TODD WAS LIMITED TO JUST 3 POINTS…IBERIA WAS LED BY ZACH VOSS WITH 14, EASTON BLANKENSHIP TOSSED IN 12, AND ISAAC LAWSON COLLECTED 10……

IBERIA COACH NICK VOSS SAID THEIR BENCH IS DEEP, AND IT WAS PRETTY GOOD AGAINST PLATO.



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TONIGHT, THE SATURDAY BRACKET WILL BE FILLED OUT AFTER 4 ELIMINATION GAMES FROM THE CONSOLATION SIDE..

AT 4, THE PLATO LADY EAGLES AND DIXON LADY BULLDOGS TIP OFF FRIDAY NIGHT……..THE GALS FROM CROCKER AND IBERIA FOLLOW AT 5:30..

AT 7, THE BOYS FROM CROCKER AND NEWBURG TIP OFF WITH STOUTLAND AND RICHLAND AT 8:30…..

IN ALL 4 GAMES, WINNERS COME BACK FOR THE CONSOLATION TROPHEY GAMES TOMORROW, LOSERS TONIGHT ARE DONE IN THE TOURNAMENT….PRE GAME AT 3:45 THIS AFTERNOON….

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THE WAYNESVILLE LADY TIGERS PUT UP 49-37 WIN OVER LAMAR IN THE CARTHAGE TOURNAMENT GIVING THEM A 2-1 TOURNAMENT RECORD…..

WAYNESVILLE LED BY 1 AFTER THE FIRST 8 MINUTES, 13-12, OUTSCORED LAMAR 7-2 IN THE 2ND TAKING A 20-24 LEAD INTO THE LOCKER ROOM AT THE BREAK…

CAME BACK IN THE 3RD, WENT ON A 19-9 RUN AND PUT IT AWAY IN THE 4TH…..

NAUDIA EVANS DRAINED 32 OF THE TEAMS 49 POINTS…

THE LADY TIGERS WILL NOT KNOW WHERE THEY FINISHED UNTIL THE REST OF THE TOURNAMENT WRAPS UP TONIGHT….

CASSVILLE, WEBB CITY AND CARTHAGE ARE ALSO DONE IN THE TOURNAMENT AND WILL GET THE CHANCE TO SEE THEIR FOOTBALL TEAMS IN THE CLASS 3, 4, AND 5 FINALS IN COLUMBIA…..

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IN SULLIVAN LAST NIGHT, THE WAYNESVILLE TIGERS FELL TO TOP SEED ST. JAMES, 64-58 IN THE SEMI FINALS OF THE FCNB BANK TOURNAMENT..

AFTER A 19-12 ADVANTAGE AFTER ONE, THE TIGERS HAD A 33-29 HALFTIME LEAD AFTER CASHING IN ON SEVERAL ST. JAMES TURNOVERS IN THE FIRST HALF. ST. JAMES KEPT IT CLOSE FROM DOWNTOWN IN THE 2ND QUARTER AND WHILE WAYNESVILLE OUT SCORED ST. JAMES 20 – 19 IN THE THIRD QUARTER AND HAD A 10 POINT LEAD AT ONE POINT, BUT THE TOP SEED CUT IT TO 5 WITH 8 MINUTES LEFT, AND OUTSCORED WAYNESVILLE 16 – 5 IN THE FOURTH PUTTING UP POINTS OFF TIGER TURNOVERS…

ST.JAMES OUT SHOT WAYNESVILLE FROM THE LINE IN THE FINAL PERIOD 11 – 0.

XAY MCARTHUR AND ERIC MORRIS EACH HAD 10 TO LEAD THE SCORING….

ST.JAMES WAS AWARDED 23 FREE THROWS AND WAYNESVILLE ATTEMPTED JUST 2

COACH CHRIS PILZ OF THE TIGERS SAID

“It was a good early season match-up. St. James played well tonight. They have a solid team and Coach Smith does an outstanding job. Our guys played really well and built a sizeable lead with good ball movement, quality shots, and valuing the ball. The last 5 minutes we were unable to continue doing those things and cost us tonight. We will have Farmington tomorrow. It will be a quick turn around. Toughest team usually wins the 3rd place game. Our guys will be ready for the challenge”.

WAYNESVILLE TIGERS VS. FARMINGTON KNIGHTS TONIGHT AT 6 FOR THIRD PLACE….

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WAYNESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL GIRL’S VARSITY SWIM TEAM IS OFF TO A GREAT START WITH THEIR FIRST MEET IN SPRINGFIELD YESTERDAY AT THE FOSTER NATATORIUM…

COACH AMBER EARL OF WAYNESVILLE SAID THIS WAS A NON-SCORING ALL RELAY MEET THAT PROVIDES AN OPPORTUNITY FOR NEW TEAM MEMBERS TO GET A FEEL FOR THE COMPETITIVE MEETS COMING STARTING DEC 10.

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CLASS 1 THRU 5 FOOTBALL FINALS ROLL TODAY AND TOMORROW AT FAROUT FIELD IN COLUMBIA..

AT 3 THIS AFTERNOON, CLASS 2 STARTS IT OFF WITH LUTHERAN NORTH OF ST. LOUIS MEETING THE AVA BEARS OF SOUTHWEST MISSOURI…

AT 7 TONIGHT, THE CLASS 4 BATTLE WITH WEBB CITY AND PLATTE COUNTY OUT OF THE KANSAS CITY AREA….

TOMORROW MORNING AT 11, ODESSA SQUARES OFF AGAINST CASSVILLE IN THE CLASS 3 FINALS….

AT 3 ON SATURDAY, THE CLASS 1 FINALS WITH VALLE CATHOLIC OF ST. GENEVIEVE MEETING LINCOLN….

AT 7 SATURDAY NIGHT, CLASS 5 FEATURES CARTHAGE AND JACKSON IN A BATTLE OF THE MISSOURI SOUTHWEST AGAINST THE SOUTHEAST…

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