Sports – Thursday, December 5th

| December 5, 2013
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High School Basketball

GIRLS

Lincoln          37
Lakeland      58

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Norborne      63

Malta Bend   21

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Higbee                                              42

Northwestern/Mendon               36

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Brunswick           49
Keytesville           52

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Breckenridge                   14

Hardin-Central                  59

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Princeton                            40

Albany                                  32

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Holden                                                 25

Crest Ridge/Centerview               45

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Bevier                  34

La Plata             26

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Grain Valley        70

Marshall               37

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BOYS

Norborne      65

Malta Bend   36

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Hale                 63
Keytesville      45

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Breckenridge       26

Hardin-Central    83

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Higbee            29
Brunswick     38

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Butler                          61

Skyline/Urbana       60

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College Basketball

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Montrezl Harrell scored 14 points to lead five Louisville players in double figures as the seventh-ranked Cardinals routed Missouri-Kansas City 90-62 on Wednesday night. The Cardinals controlled the game throughout and steadily pulled away in the second half. Nelson Kirksey and Martez Harrison had 14 points apiece for UMKC.

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NFL

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) —The Chiefs have finally started to put up some offense the last three weeks, but bobbled balls and drops have kept them from putting even more points on the board. As the Chiefs head to Washington on Sunday, coach Andy Reid said everyone has to do a better job of making plays when they’re put in the position to do so.

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MLB

ST. LOUIS (AP) — The St. Louis Cardinals must wait another week to find out if their bid to purchase a minor-league affiliate in Memphis is approved. The Memphis City Council on Tuesday night delayed a vote on the proposed agreement between the Cardinals and the Memphis Redbirds Baseball Foundation. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that elected officials want more time to review the purchase contract.

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