Sports – Wednesday November 7th

| November 7, 2012
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High School Football

The Class 2 quarter finals are set for this Saturday afternoon as Holden will be on the road to face Lathrop; that game will be broadcast Live on sister station 103.9 KRLI and on-line at 1039 the grenade dot com, pre-game should start at 1:15. Other Class 2 match-ups will feature Clark County at Blair Oaks, Caruthersville at Maplewood and Liberty Mountain View High will host Lamar.

In Class 1, Wellington will be on the road to Penney Hamilton, Salisbury will host South Shelby, Miller High will travel to Valle Catholic and Tipton will host Skyline.

Area matchups in Class 5 includes Fort Osage at Staley.

All contests kick off at 1:30 p.m. Saturday.



PITTSBURGH (AP) — The Pittsburgh Steelers will likely be without leading receiver Antonio Brown next Monday when they host the Kansas City Chiefs. Brown sprained his ankle in Sunday’s victory over the New York Giants. The Steelers will also be without safety Troy Polamalu.


(Kansas City, MO)  —  The Chiefs are still waiting to find out if quarterback Brady Quinn will be cleared to play this week.  Quinn has been out since suffering a possible concussion on October 28th against the Raiders.  If Quinn can’t play, Matt Cassel will start once again Monday night against Pittsburgh.

(Kansas City, MO)  —  Closer Greg Holland is the Royals’ Pitcher of the Year.  The Kansas City Chapter of the Baseball Writers’ Association has named him the 2012 Bruce Rice Award winner.  After returning from the disabled list on May 12th, Holland went 7-and-2 with a 2.08 ERA and 16 saves.


(Indian Wells, CA)  —  The Royals’ Dayton Moore is in Indian Wells, California today for the start of the General Managers Meetings.  GM’s from all 30 clubs are slated to gather to discuss potential trades and gauge the free-agent market ahead of next month’s Winter Meetings in Nashville, Tennessee.

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