Sports – Friday February 8th

| February 8, 2013
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High School Basketball

On sister station 103.9 FM tonight the high school basketball game of the week will feature the Lexington Minutemen on the road to take on the Richmond Spartans. Tip off will be sometime between 6:15 and 6:30 p.m. due to a preceding Junior Varsity match up. You can also listen at 1039thegrenade.com. Also, our 5th Quarter Show with scores and interviews of area coaches gets underway at 9:30 p.m. on 100.7 FM and at KMZU.com. Coaches are invited to call starting at 8:30 p.m. That toll-free number is 1-800-214-2173.

 

CLAA Tournament at Tina-Avalon School

Norborne girls             42    OT/OT

Hardin-Central girls   41

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Southwest boys     60     OT/OT

Hardin-Central       55

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Meadville girls       45

Southwest girls     40

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Meadville boys        77

Norborne boys        35

Meadville girls will play Norborne for the championship Saturday night at 6:45

Meadville boys will play Southwest for the championship Saturday night at 8:00

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Girls Basketball

Braymer                            61

Tri-County/Jamesport  27

College Basketball

William Jewell Lady Cardinals     59

Quincy University Lady Hawks   68

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William Jewell Cardinals     55

Quincy University Hawks    56

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Marshall, Mo. (February 7, 2013)- The Missouri Valley College men’s and women’s basketball teams played their second straight road game Thursday night in Springfield, Mo., taking on Evangel University.  The Lady Vikings hung tough with Evangel but fell late 68-54, and the men’s team was defeated 68-44.

That was courtesy of Andrew Pulverenti

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CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. (AP) — Nino Johnson had 17 points and 12 rebounds last night in Southeast Missouri’s 76-67 win over Southern Illinois-Edwardsville. Marland Smith added 13 points for the Redhawks and became the school’s all-time leading 3-point shooter. Tyler Stone led Southeast Missouri with 12 points.

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MIAA Women’s Basketball

Lindenwood               50

Northeastern State   87
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Truman State University     48

Pittsburg State    63
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University of Central Missouri        87

University of Central Oklahoma     75
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Southwest Baptist     63

Missouri Southern     69

MIAA Men’s Basketball

Lindenwood               78

Northeastern State   66

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Truman State University     75

Pittsburg State                  79

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Central Missouri       69

Central Oklahoma    67

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Southwest Baptist        91

Missouri Southern      100

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NCAA

COLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP) — Fabyon Harris hit the game-winning three-pointer with 12 seconds left to give Texas A&M a 70-68 upset victory over No. 21 Missouri last night. Harris scored 17 points, and the Aggies’ Ray Turner blocked a shot by Keion Bell with 2 seconds left to secure the win. Alex Oriakhi led the Tigers with 15 points.

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri-Kansas City is leaving the Summit League for the Western Athletic Conference, effective July 1st. UMKC chancellor Leo Morton announced the move yesterday. Officials say the Kangaroos will be immediately eligible for postseason play at the conference and NCAA levels in each of their 16 sports.

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