High School Sports Results for Monday, 9/29/2014
Excelsior Springs 1, Pleasant Hill 0
Kearney 17, Grandview 2 (5 innings)
Harrisonville 10, Smithville 0
Jefferson City 15, Smith Cotton 0
Concordia 22, 25, 25 Orrick 25, 12, 12
Chillicothe 25, 25 Trenton 11, 10
Boonville 23, 25, 25 Stover 25, 19, 20
St. Pius 9, Warrensburg 1
Stover 3, Green Ridge 2
Smithville 2, Platte Co. 0
Clinton 4, K.C. Center 2
District Golf (Top 2 Teams)
Class 1, District 5-California 375, Sacred Heart 389
Class 1, District 6-Pembroke Hill 320, Richmond 351
Class 1, District 7-Kirksville 336, Brookfield 370
Class 1, District 8-Savannah 395, Maysville 424
Class 2, District 6-Carthage 346, Warrensburg 353
Jamaal Charles returned from an ankle injury to rush for 92 yards and score three touchdowns as the Kansas City Chiefs crushed the New England Patriots 41-14 in Kansas City. The Pro Bowl running back caught two short TD passes from Alex Smith, who threw for 248 yards and three scores in a sharp performance. Knile (nyl) Davis finished with 107 yards rushing for Kansas City, and tight end Travis Kelce had eight catches for 93 yards and a score.
Arrowhead Stadium is once again the loudest outdoor venue in sports. The fans of the Kansas City Chiefs reclaimed the mark with a reading of 142.2 decibels in the first half of their game last night.
Baseball’s post season gets underway Tonight in Kansas City as the Royals play host to the Athletics in the American League Wild Card game. The winner of the game advances to the AL divisional playoffs against the Los Angeles Angels. The pitching matchup is set with James Shields taking the mound for the Royals against Oakland’s Jon Lester.
University of Missouri junior DE Shane Ray was named the Southeastern Conference Defensive Line Player of the Week for his big game this past Saturday as he helped lead Mizzou to a thrilling 21-20 road comeback win at 13th-ranked South Carolina. Ray won the award after recording a career-high eight tackles (all solo stops), including 2.0 quarterback sacks, which ties his personal best. The 24th-ranked Tigers are off this weekend as they set their sights on the #13 Georgia Bulldogs, who come to Columbia, Mo. on Oct. 11th for an SEC Eastern Division showdown.