Sports – Thursday January 3rd

| January 3, 2013
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High School Basketball

In tonight’s high school basketball game on sister station 103.9 FM the Grenade; Hale will be at Meadville for a girls and boys doubleheader. Again you can hear that broadcast live on 103.9 the Grenade and online at 1039thegrenade.com. Girls tip off scheduled for 6 p.m. pre-game will start just a few minutes before that.

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Wednesday night Lincoln traveled to Slater:

Lincoln girls   25
Slater    girls  44

Lincoln boys  30

Slater boys  48

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Wednesday night in the opening round of the Lafayette County Tournament:

Girls

Concordia   37

Knob Noster   17

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Higginsville  44

Santa Fe  36

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St. Paul  54

Carrollton  41

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Wellington  57

Lexington  18

 

Boys

St. Paul   51

Lexington  46

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Knob Noster  62

Concordia 45

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Higginsville 61

Santa Fe  52

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Wellington   63

Carrollton  57

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Thursday Games

Girls

Lexington vs. Knob Noster

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Santa Fe vs. Carrollton

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Wellington vs. Concordia

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Higginsville vs. St. Paul

Boys

Lexington vs. Concordia

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Santa Fe vs. Carrollton

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St. Paul  vs. Knob Noster

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Higginsville vs. Wellington

 

We want to thank Darrell Jefferies for that information.

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In the New Franklin Tournament Wed.

Girls

New Franklin 51

Jamestown   33

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Sturgeon  51

Fayette   24

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Tipton   59

Westran  34

Boys

Sweet Springs  50

Fayette  47

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Sturgeon   60

Jamestown  31

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Tipton   71

Westran  54

We want to thank Ross Dowell for that information.

 

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NFL

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — A person familiar with the situation tells The Associated Press that former Philadelphia Eagles coach Andy Reid is interviewing with the Kansas City Chiefs for their open job. The Chiefs have also interview Atlanta offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter. Kansas City fired Romeo Crennel on Monday after a 2-14 season.

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ST. LOUIS (AP) — The St. Louis Rams will not renew the contract of linebackers coach Blake Williams, son of suspended defensive coordinator Gregg Williams. Blake Williams just completed his first season with the Rams. A team spokesman also says there’s “nothing to report” on Gregg Williams, who was banished for his role in the New Orleans Saints’ bounty scandal.

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College Basketball

EVANSVILLE, Ind. (AP) — Evansville defeated Missouri State 62-59 in overtime last night. Egidijus Mockevicius scored 18 points and Troy Taylor pulled down 19 rebounds for Evansville. Anthony Downing led the Bears with 17 points.

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