Sports – Tuesday February 5th

| February 5, 2013 | 7:14 am
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High School Basketball

GIRLS

Monday

Lincoln                   29

Green Ridge         60

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Tuesday Games

Maysville (MO)                 (19 – 2 – 0)            8 W

Gallatin (MO)     (12 – 8 – 0)            4 W

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Holden (MO)     (7 – 8 – 0)              1 W

Carrollton (MO)                (3 – 12 – 0)            1 W

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Chillicothe (MO)               (8 – 13 – 0)            2 L

Maryville (MO)                 (5 – 14 – 0)            7 L

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Santa Fe (Alma, MO)      (5 – 5 – 0)              1 W

Wellington-Napoleon (Wellington, MO)                (19 – 2 – 0)            1 L

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Penney (Hamilton, MO)                (16 – 2 – 0)            13 W

East Buchanan (Gower, MO)      (8 – 10 – 0)            1 L

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Polo (MO)           (16 – 5 – 0)            1 w

Stanberry (MO)                (3 – 10 – 0)            2 L

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Salisbury (MO)                  (11 – 4 – 0)            1 W

Marceline (MO)                (18 – 3 – 0)            10 W

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North Platte (Dearborn, MO)     (13 – 7 – 0)            1 L

Lawson (MO)     (14 – 7 – 0)            1 L

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Smith-Cotton (Sedalia, MO)        (11 – 9 – 0)            1 W

Clinton (MO)      (14 – 5 – 0)            5 W

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Leeton (MO)      (6 – 15 – 0)            2 L

Chilhowee (MO)              (7 – 11 – 0)            1 L

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BOYS

Tuesday Games

Norborne (MO)                (1 – 7 – 0)              7 L

Tina-Avalon (Tina, MO)                 (10 – 10 – 0)          3 W

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Penney (Hamilton, MO)                (2 – 12 – 0)            6 L

East Buchanan (Gower, MO)      (11 – 9 – 0)            1 L

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Maysville (MO)                 (11 – 10 – 0)          1 L

Gallatin (MO)     (17 – 4 – 0)            5 W

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Lexington (MO)                (4 – 15 – 0)            1 W

Lafayette County (Higginsville, MO)        (16 – 1 – 0)            1 L

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Santa Fe (Alma, MO)      (12 – 8 – 0)            3 W

Wellington-Napoleon (Wellington, MO)                (15 – 6 – 0)            3 w

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Polo (MO)           (8 – 13 – 0)            1 w

Stanberry (MO)                (13 – 6 – 0)            1 L

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Salisbury (MO)                  (18 – 1 – 0)            14 W

Marceline (MO)                (14 – 7 – 0)            1 W

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North Platte (Dearborn, MO)     (8 – 8 – 0)              2 W

Lawson (MO)     (12 – 7 – 0)            3 W

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Paris (MO)          (3 – 17 – 0)            5 L

Fayette (MO)    (13 – 8 – 0)            1 W

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Leeton (MO)      (15 – 6 – 0)            1 W

Chilhowee (MO)              (11 – 6 – 0)            1 W

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Holden (MO)     (7 – 11 – 0)            4 L

Carrollton (MO)                (6 – 10 – 0)            6 L

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Richmond (MO)                (14 – 5 – 0)            2 W

Knob Noster (MO)          (16 – 5 – 0)            2 W

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Clinton (MO)      (2 – 15 – 0)            1 L

Smith-Cotton (Sedalia, MO)        (3 – 9 – 0)              4 L

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Mercer (MO)     (16 – 3 – 0)            2 W

Tri-County (Jamesport, MO)       (1 – 14 – 0)            5 L

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Bevier (MO)       (11 – 9 – 0)            1 L

La Plata (MO)     (10 – 8 – 0)            1 W

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South Shelby (Shelbina, MO)      (15 – 5 – 0)            1 W

Brookfield (MO)               (2 – 14 – 0)            11 L

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College Athletics

For the fifth straight week there is a new No. 1 in The Associated Press’ college basketball poll. Preseason No. 1 Indiana regained the top spot yesterday after Michigan and Kansas lost over the weekend. The Jayhawks fell three spots to No. 5 after losing to Oklahoma State.

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Marshall, Mo. (February 4, 2013)- Missouri Valley College has two Vikings too congratulate for earning Heart of America Athletic Conference Player of the Week awards in their respective sports. The awards were announced Monday.  Junior Tyler Davis of St. Louis was named the HAAC Men’s Indoor Field Athlete of the Week, and Junior Josh Manu of North Providence, R.I. was named the HAAC Wrestler of the Week.

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NFL

ST. LOUIS (AP) — An attorney for the agency that runs the home of the St. Louis Rams says it’s unlikely it will implement the team’s plan to upgrade the Edward Jones Dome. Arbitrators ruled last week in favor of the team’s plan for upgrading the dome to “top-tier” status. The St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission had proposed $124 million in renovations, while the Rams’ plan is estimated to cost about $750 million.

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