KWWR Sports Report 9/25

The Mexico Bulldogs football team will face their toughest challenge of the season yet tonight when they travel to Hannibal taking on the Pirates.

Mexico comes into the game 2-1 and 1-0 in the North Central Missouri Conference while Hannibal is 3-0 and 1-0 in the NCMC.

Kick off is at 7.

Other matchups in week 5 of the high school football season include:

  • Blair Oaks Falcons try to remain undefeated with a road trip to Eldon.
  • Boonville is at home against California.
  • Bowling Green Bobcats host Mark Twain.
  • It’s the Jefferson City Bowl when the Jefferson City Jays take on the Capital City Cavaliers.
  • The Centralia Panthers looking to go 5-0 when they face Clark County.
  • South Callaway gets Clopton-Elsberry.
  • Hickman and Smith Cotton.
  • Rock Bridge at Helias.
  • Fulton Hornets host the undefeated Moberly Spartans.
  • Hallsville vs. Osage.
  • Marshall Military Academy at home against Confluence Prep Academy.
  • Monroe City at Palmyra.
  • Wright City hosts Montgomery County.
  • North Callaway hosts Strafford.
  • Paris Coyotes at home against Marceline.

The Mexico Lady Bulldogs softball picked up their 3rd consecutive win last night 8-6 over Father Tolton.

Abby Bellamy broke the long ball yet again along with 3 RBI.

Taylor DeMint produced a big 2 RBI hit late in the game.

Jordyn Thurman allowed 5 hits on 6 innings pitched, and Eboni Mayfield closed the game for the save.

Mexico went undefeated this week and improved their record to 11-7.

The Lady Dogs are back at it on Monday, when they host Kirksville.

The Community R-6 Lady Trojans shut out Madison 10-0.

Emma Angel was the winning pitcher striking out 7 in a 1 hitter.

Olivia Schafer went 3-3, Sarah Angel was 2-3 and Alexis Welch was 2-4.

The Lady Trojans are 9-2 on the year.

The St. Louis Cardinals defeated the Milwaukee Brewers 4-2 last night at Busch Stadium and Yadier Molina also notched a major milestone.

Molina collected his 2,000th career hit.

Despite not having fans in the stands, there were a few that showed up outside of Busch Stadium, peering through the center-field gates and chanting Yadi over the piped in crowd noise.

With the win the Cardinals took sole possession of second place in the National League Central, a half game ahead of the Cincinnati Reds who were off yesterday.

The Kansas City Royals defeated the Detroit Tigers 8-7.

In the NFL last night (Thursday) the Miami Dolphins defeated the Jacksonville Jaguars 31-13.