Sports – Tuesday, May 14th

| May 14, 2013
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Baseball, District 16
NE Nodaway County topped SW Livingston 8-0.  Northeast Nodaway will now play South Nodaway at 5:00 p.m. Tuesday.
Meadville beat Green City 9-7.  Meadville will play Linn Co. at 7:15 p.m. Tuesday.

Lincoln loses 13-1 to Cole Camp in 5 innings.   Lincoln ends the season 5-12.

In Class 1 District 14 action, Sweet Springs defeated Wentworth 11-4.  Glasgow beat Slater 22-7.

Billy Butler had five hits and five RBIs Monday night as the Kansas City Royals routed the Los Angeles Angels 11-4. Jarrod Dyson, Salvador Perez and Alcides Escobar added run-scoring doubles for the Royals. Luis Mendoza picked up the win and Luke Hochevar earned the save for the Royals. Angels starter Joe Blanton remains winless after giving up seven runs in four-plus innings.

Lance Lynn remained unbeaten at home as the St. Louis Cardinals topped the New York Mets 6-3 on Monday. Lynn improved to 6-1 on the season after allowing three runs in seven innings. Matt Holliday homered and Matt Carpenter drove in two runs for the Cardinals.


Final Cleveland 1 N-Y Yankees 0 (first game) Final N-Y Yankees 7 Cleveland 0 (second game)
Final Detroit 7 Houston 2
Final Minnesota 10 Chi White Sox 3
Final Kansas City 11 L.A. Angels 4
Final Oakland 5 Texas 1


Final Milwaukee 5 Pittsburgh 1
Final St. Louis 6 N-Y Mets 3
Final Chi Cubs 9 Colorado 1
Final Atlanta 10 Arizona 1
Final Washington 6 L.A. Dodgers 2

The University of Missouri plans to build a new softball stadium to keep up with its new SEC rivals.  Missouri wants to replace 31-year-old University Field, the Southeastern Conference’s oldest and smallest venue.  Associate athletic director Tim Hickman says the school had previously planned a $4.5 million renovation but now envisions a new ballpark costing between $12 million and $15 million.  Five Southeastern Conference schools have built new softball stadiums in the past five years. That group includes Kentucky, which hosted this past weekend’s conference tournament. Missouri lost to Florida in the conference finals and will host a four-team NCAA Tournament regional starting Friday.  Missouri is also scheduled to host the SEC Tournament in 2015 at either University Field or the new park.

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