Logan-Rogersville recognized three of its football standouts last Wednesday at a signing ceremony.
The NBA trade deadline passed last Thursday. Initially, it looked to be drab, save for a four-team deal the day before that centered on Clint Capela and Robert Covington. More action blossomed eventually and saw a few All-Stars change addresses.
Marshfield and Logan-Rogersville wrestlers placed top four at last weekend’s district meet in Pleasant Hill to advance to the upcoming state finals in Columbia.
Senior Kenzie Branson came through in the clutch at the charity stripe and some solid work on the boards allowed Fordland to grab a 74-70 overtime win at Greenwood on Jan. 28.
Almost two-thirds into the season, Marshfield has taken steps forward in recent weeks, but a 73-43 loss at Logan-Rogersville on Jan. 21 was a good opportunity to evaluate what needs to be done to stay in games with some of the state’s better programs.
Midway through the fourth quarter of last Wednesday’s title game, Seymour senior Carson Sturdefant looked over at one of his baseball coaches and the school’s superintendent, who were seated in one corner of the gym.
Technically it was Alumni and Youth night, but in retrospect, the triangular meet with Rolla and Parkview on Jan. 14 was sort of a “Have Your Cake and Eat It, Too” night as well.
Five years ago, I had the opportunity to call a youth football tournament in Orlando with my good friend and broadcasting partner. We made a snowy drive with minimal stops from Detroit to Florida with the calendar flipping from 2013 to 2014 while we stationed briefly at a truck stop.
Saturday afternoon was supposed to be a showcase on CBS featuring the nation’s most coveted basketball recruits from the Class of 2019. James Wiseman, the center from Memphis, was to meet Georgia guard Anthony Edwards.
Whether they’ve come out on the right or wrong side, there haven’t been many close games for the Lady Jays this season, so Monday was arguably a good of a time as any for another.
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Both Marshfield and Logan-Rogersville produced a pair of first-place grapplers at last weekend’s 52nd Annual Kinloch Classic at Parkview High School.