Sports – Thursday January 30th

| January 30, 2014
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High School Basketball

Meadville Tournament

Grundy Co girls                          47

Bucklin/Macon Co                     66


Northwestern girls             52

Tina Avalon girls                44

Bucklin/Macon Co will play Northwestern for Consolation Friday night at 5:00


Northwestern boys          64

Hale boys                         40


Linn Co boys                44

Mercer boys                   53

Northwestern will play Mercer Friday night at 6:15 for Consolation



Sacred Heart                      57

Fayette                                 24


Glasgow                               44

Slater                                    19


Salisbury                              30

Sturgeon                             39


Higbee                                  38

Bunceton                            58


Chilhowee                          64

Miami                                   58


Southwest/Ludlow         50

Keytesville                          37


Crest Ridge                         60

Smithton                             41



Helias/Jefferson City      79

Odessa                               40


Pilot Grove                         84

Fayette                                61


Sacred Heart                      52

Glasgow                               38


Super Bowl

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — Officials say 18 people are being rounded up in New York City on allegations they sold “party packs” of cocaine and sex to high-end clients and texted clients to advertise ahead of this week’s Super Bowl festivities.

The officials say the arrests follow an 11-month investigation by state and city authorities. The law enforcement officials with knowledge of the operation spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because they weren’t authorized to disclose it before court filings Thursday.

They say surveillance shows the ring laundered money and credit cards through clothing, wig, beauty supply and limousine businesses and targeted wealthy out-of-town customers, especially during large events.

Prostitutes would bring cocaine to clients who ordered the so-called party packs.

The text sent 10 days before the Super Bowl says “new sexy & beautiful girls R in town waiting for u.”


SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — If you’re still waiting to make a prediction on Sunday’s Super Bowl, you may want to hold off until Thursday when a Utah ape who has correctly picked the winner six straight years makes his selection.

The ape, named Eli, will choose between papier mache helmets of the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks Thursday morning at the Hogle Zoo in Salt Lake City. Zookeepers let the full grown orangutan loose in the room with the helmets and the one he touches first is his pick.

Erica Hansen of Hogle Zoo says Eli sometimes waits and thinks it over. Last year, though, he charged right out and knocked over a papier mache goal post decorated with the Ravens logo.

Hansen says interest and excitement about Eli’s Super Bowl pick has increased as his streak grows.


College Basketball

CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. (AP) — Tyler Stone tossed in 22 points and pulled down 10 rebounds to lead Southeast Missouri State to a 91-81 non-conference win over Missouri-Kansas City Wednesday night. The Redhawks (12-10) shot a red-hot 58 percent from the field. Caleb Johnson and Martez Harrison scored 15 and 14 points, respectively, to lead the Kangaroos (7-13). Frank Williams contributed 12 points and Nelson Kirksey and Trinity Hall each added 11.


DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Richard Carter scored 23 points and Jordan Daniels added 22 as Drake’s second half comeback topped Missouri State 84-74 on Wednesday. Austin Ruder led Missouri State (14-7, 4-5) with 20 points. Ron Mvouika added 13 points while Jarmar Gulley had 12.

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