Sports – Tuesday February 11th

| February 11, 2014 | 8:19 am
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High School Basketball is coming up tonight with Mike Stone on KRLI Country 103.9 FM…Knob Noster at Richmond, tip-off is set for 7 p.m. depending on the JV contest prior.

In High School Basketball Monday:

Girls

Orrick                    61

Braymer               59

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Grain Valley                        46

Excelsior Springs               18

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Kearney               57

Grandview          40

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Raytown-South                                41

Platte Co.                            28

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Boonville             68

Hannibal              24

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Glasgow               53

Sturgeon             37

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Centralia              64

South Shelby     35

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California             61

Versailles             35

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Wellington/Napoleon                    49

Concordia                                            37

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Marshall               44

Fulton                   37

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Hardin-Central                  50

Breckinridge                       24

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Higginsville          75

Lexington            25

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Boys

Braymer               73

Orrick                    47

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Grain Valley                        61

Excelsior Springs               46

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Higginsville          72

Hogan-Prep        59

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Novinger             88

Brashear              24

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Kirksville              63

Boonville             58   O.T.

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Sturgeon             59

Glasgow               44

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Centralia              63

South Shelby     35

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Winston                               60

Newtown-Harris              56

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College Basketball

Marcus Foster scored 20 points as Kansas State beat Kansas for just the third time in 26 home games, downing the seventh-ranked Jayhawks 85-82.

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Missouri looks to break a three-game losing streak Thursday night. The Tigers host Arkansas. Mizzou is 4-and-6 in the SEC, as are the Razorbacks.

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2014 Winter Olympics

Winter is nowhere to be found at the Winter Games. Another day of warm temperatures has organizers has Sochi organizers facing questions about their ability to keep the events coming in the mountain cluster of events. Competition in the half pipe has been delayed, as has training in the women’s downhill, while officials try to address the sloppy conditions.  Canada jumped to the top of the medal standings thanks to its dominance in freestyle skiing, taking six of nine medals possible in three events, including a gold and bronze Tuesday in the women’s slopestyle. The Dutch showed their own prowess in speed skating, jumping to second in the medal standings after 18 events by sweeping the men’s 500-meter race. Eight more golds were up for grabs today…Team USA has 6 medals…2 Gold.

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