High School Basketball

At the Hardin Tournament both the boys and girls squad of Norborne beat Breckinridge 63-18 and 75-21.




In the Warsaw Tourney the number 6 seed, Lincoln fell to number 3 seed Eldorado Springs 66-9.




Here are scores from the Marshall shootout girls games:

Kirksville 55

Warrensburg 34


Grain Valley 51

Sacred Heart 30


Smith Cotton 46

Marshall 35




At the 84th annual Savannah Invitational the boy’s games took place Monday. Winnetonka defeated Bishop LeBlond 61-56. Maryville topped Staley 59-48 and Lafayette County defeated Chillicothe 75-26.




In other scores the Lathrop girl’s squad bested Higginsville 63-40. Sweet Springs handed Northwest Hughesville a loss of 56-29 and in the boy’s matchup, Sweet Springs beat Northwest Hughesville 49-32.



High School Football


The Hardin Central Bulldogs 8-man football team had three players selected to the All-State team Monday. 1st team- Hank Bowers was selected to the first team as a defensive back; Bowers was also selected to second team as a running back. Teammates Cole Leakey was selected for second team as an offensive and defensive lineman while Colton Layman was selected to second team as an offensive lineman and defensive linebacker.




ST. LOUIS (AP) — St. Louis Rams receiver Danny Amendola could practice this week after getting limited snaps in Sunday’s win at Arizona. Coach Jeff Fisher says Amendola was “a little sore” but had a chance to get on the field in preparation for this week’s game against San Francisco. Fisher also says the team had no other injury issues following Sunday’s game.




KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — At 1-10, the Kansas City Chiefs are approaching the remainder of their schedule as if they were 10-1. The Chiefs have dropped eight straight games and are officially eliminated from playoff contention. Coach Romeo Crennel also defended his play-calling, saying it’s more important to put points on the board thank risk getting nothing.