KWWR Sports Report 10/16

The Mexico Bulldogs will look to secure a piece of the North Central Missouri Conference Championship tonight (Friday) when they travel to Moberly to battle the Spartans.

If Mexico wins tonight the NCMC would end in a three way tie between Mexico, Moberly and Hannibal.

If the Spartans are victorious they would win the NCMC outright.

Mexico comes into the game with a 4-2 overall record and 3-1 in the conference while Moberly is 6-1 overall and 3-0 in the NCMC.

Kickoff is at 7pm.

Other games in high school football tonight include:

  • Hannibal at home hosting Marshall
  • Fulton Hornets on the road at Kirksville
  • Hallsville at home facing California
  • Monroe City goes to Clark County
  • North Callaway hosts Mark Twain
  • Paris travels to Clopton-Elsberry
  • Jefferson City at home against Battle
  • Centralia takes on Macon

The Community R6 Lady Trojans will face Silex Lady Owls for the Class 1 District 8 Softball Championship tonight (Friday).

Silex is the number 1 seed while the Lady Trojans are 2nd seed.

First pitch tonight in Laddonia is at 6pm.

The Kansas City Chiefs added a veteran to their running game yesterday (Thursday) as Le’Von Bell signed a deal to join the defending Super Bowl champions.

Bell was released by the New York Jets earlier this week, agreed to a one-year deal according to ESPN.

Bell will have to go through five days of COVID-19 testing before he can join the Chiefs, so he will not be available to play on Monday, when Kansas City plays the Buffalo Bills.