Sports – Friday, November 15th

| November 15, 2013
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A Missouri high school player has died after being hospitalized with a brain injury since a playoff game last month. Tipton School District Superintendent Scott Jarvis says 17-year-old Chad Stover died yesterday at a hospital in Columbia. Stover had been hospitalized since October 31st.

Hardin-Central and Southwest Livingston County will try to keep their playoff hopes alive when they meet Friday night in Hardin.  The game will be broadcast on KRLI 103.9.  Chelsea Wade and Chris Clift will have the call at 6:45 p.m.  Kick off is slated for 7 p.m.

Lawson will travel to Lafayette County for the Class 2 Quarterfinal action on Saturday.  Pre-game will be at 1:15 p.m.  Kickoff is set for 1:30 p.m.

>>Colts Beat Titans

The Colts outscored the Titans 24-10 in the second half to pull out a 30-27 win and take a commanding lead in the AFC South at LP Field. Donald Brown ran for two touchdowns and 80 yards, while quarterback Andrew Luck also hit pay dirt on the ground. Luck didn’t throw for a TD or turn the ball over, but still tallied 232 yards through the air.

>>KU, K-State Football Play Tomorrow, Mizzou Has Bye

(Undated)  —  Kansas and Kansas State both have football games tomorrow, while Missouri is on a bye.  The Jayhawks host West Virginia at 11 a.m., while the Wildcats entertain TCU at 2:30 p.m.  The ninth-ranked Tigers return to action a week from Saturday with a road game against Ole Miss.

>>Molina Voted Third For NL MVP

(St. Louis, MO)  —  Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina received two first-place votes for National League Most Valuable Player.  But he finished third overall in the voting as Pittsburgh’s Andrew McCutchen and Detroit’s Miguel Cabrera were named baseball’s Most Valuable Players yesterday. McCutchen became the first Pirate to win the National  League honor  since Barry  Bonds in  1992, while Cabrera picked up the AL award for the second consecutive year.

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