Sports – Wednesday January 30th

| January 30, 2013
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High School Basketball


Norborne                       54

Northwest Mendon  39

This makes the Lady Pirates CLAA Champs with a 17-2 record.


Salisbury     54

Westran      24


Meadville girls          51

Leading scorer was Haley Fitzpatrick with 23

Southwest girls        46

Leading scorer was Sydnee Rounkles with 25

Meadville girls finish with a 7-1 record in Conference tied for first place


Braymer               43

Gallatin                 49


Brookfield           42

Centralia             47


New Franklin       23

Sturgeon              27


Chilhowee          17

Montrose            50


Concordia                          47

Wellington-Napoleon     54


Clinton                    48

Warrensburg        37


North Platte (Dearborn, MO)     67

DeKalb (MO)                                      34


Crest Ridge (Centerview, MO)        52

Orrick (MO)                                        45



Lincoln   28

Tipton    61


Northwestern Eagles  61

Norborne Pirates  72


Smithton          42

Sacred Heart    73


Meadville boys      48

Leading scorer was Derek Smith with 29.

Southwest boys     41

Leading scorer was Mason Mehrhoff with 17.

Meadville boys finish with an 8-0 record in conference and in 1st place


Knob Noster   61

Lexington       18


St. Paul           52

Pilot Grove    40


Van Horn (Independence, MO)         28

Butler (MO)                                            52


Stanberry                            65

Princeton                            43


Crest Ridge    73

Orrick             34


Wentworth Military Academy            43

Leeton                                                      47


Concordia                            27

Wellington-Napoleon                   80


Collegiate Sports

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Missouri athletics director Mike Alden says the NCAA’s review of its own investigation into possible recruiting violations at Miami “raises lots of questions” that could cause harm well beyond Coral Gables and Columbia. NCAA President Mark Emmert recently announced former investigators on the case improperly collaborated with lawyers for ex-Hurricane booster Nevin Shapiro. Missouri coach Frank Haith spent seven seasons at Miami.


SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) — Evangel University’s men’s basketball team has adopted a 14-year-old fan who is battling a brain tumor. The team unofficially adopted Christopher Banks three years ago, but some symptoms recently re-emerged and the boy is scheduled to return to a hospital for testing. Evangel plays say Christopher inspires them and gives them energy.



ST. LOUIS (AP) — The St. Louis Rams have decided not to bring in Rob Ryan as defensive coordinator and they’ve hired Frank Bush as linebackers coach. Bush replaces Blake Williams, who is the son of Gregg Williams. Bush spent the past two seasons with the Titans and prior to that was defensive coordinator with the Texans.

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