Sports – Wednesday January 16th

| January 16, 2013 | 7:22 am
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Wednesday Night Matchups

Boys

Concordia (MO)                (8 – 9 – 0)              3 W

Hardin-Central (Hardin, MO)       (8 – 5 – 0)              2 W

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Oak Park (Kansas City, MO)         (4 – 8 – 0)              1 W

Truman (Independence, MO)    (8 – 5 – 0)              1 W

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Lee’s Summit West         (10 – 2 – 0)

Lee’s Summit North        (8 – 2 – 0)

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Girls

Marshall (MO)  (8 – 4 – 0)              2 W

Concordia (MO)                (6 – 4 – 0)              2 L

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Brookfield (MO)               (10 – 4 – 0)

Moberly (MO)   (6 – 7 – 0)

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Centralia (MO)                  (7 – 7 – 0)              1 W

Macon (MO)      (11 – 3 – 0)            3 W

Tuesday High School Basketball Scores

Smithton Boys 43

Northwest Hughesville 52

Courtesy of Richie Pond

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Knob Noster Boys   62

Holden Eagles         47

Our thanks go to Adam C. Easterwood.

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LaMonte Boys    45

Tipton        83

Courtesy of Billy Jeffries

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Pilot Grove Boys  61

Westran       49

Courtesy of Rick Grunden

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Salisbury         84

Slater              32

Courtesy Kenny Wyatt

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St. Paul Lutheran (Concordia)   65

Crest Ridge                          46

Our thanks go out to John Beerman.

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Northwestern Eagles  44

Meadville Eagles  60

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Northwestern Lady Eagles  29

Meadville Lady Eagles  42

Those scores courtesy of Eric Hoyt

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In other area games starting with boys scores:

Moberly          65

Brookfield      38

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Booneville   60

Hannibal      48

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Norborne   62

Brunswick    57

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Ridgeway              85

Grundy County    73

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Braymer     66

Albany        55

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Princeton                            37

South Harrison (Bethany)             75

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Marceline            54

Green City           20

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Sweet Springs       71

Otterville               43

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Wentworth Military Academy    57

Chilhowee (MO)                              66

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St. Mary’s (Independence)          49

Butler                                    75

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GIRLS

Windsor               40

Green Ridge         38

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St. Paul Lutheran     65

Crest Ridge              46

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Norborne   59

Brunswick  39

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Central                 53

Savannah            39

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Higbee               46

Prairie Home      50

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Northeast            30

Sturgeon              58

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Applewood Christian (Sedalia)           66

Tri City Christian (Independence)             19

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Wentworth Military Academy (Lexington)            24

Chilhowee                          48

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NFL

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning was chosen AFC offensive player of the year and Vikings running back Adrian Peterson the NFC’s top offensive player in voting for the 101 Awards.

A nationwide panel of 101 sportswriters and broadcasters who regularly cover the NFL vote on the awards, which will be handed out for the 43rd time on March 2 in Kansas City.

San Francisco linebacker Aldon Smith was the NFC’s top defensive player, and Seattle’s Pete Carroll the conference coach of the year. Houston’s J.J. Watt was the AFC’s best defensive player and Chuck Pagano and Bruce Arians of Indianapolis shared the AFC coaching honor.

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — New Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid has hired former Chicago Bears assistant Dave Toub to direct special teams. Toub has spent the past nine seasons with the Bears. Reid also announced he’s retaining linebackers coach Gary Gibbs and defensive backs coach Emmitt Thomas.

 

HOUSTON (AP) — The University of Houston has chosen former Kansas City Chiefs assistant David Gibbs as defensive coordinator. Cougars coach Tony Levine announced the hiring of Gibbs yesterday. His last collegiate coaching job was in 2005 as defensive coordinator at Auburn.

MLB

ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — The Texas Rangers have signed right-hander Kyle McClellan to a minor league contract with an invitation to spring training. McClellan pitched the last five seasons for St. Louis. The 28-year-old underwent surgery on his right elbow and shoulder last July.

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