KWWR Sports Report 4/28

The Mexico Boys Tennis Team shut out the Fulton Hornets 9-0 yesterday on the road picking up a North Central Missouri Conference win.

Varsity Singles:

  • Randy Hernandez 10-3
  • Haden Frazier 10-2
  • Carter McIntosh 10-0
  • Brendan McKeown 10-0
  • Ryan Pemberton 10-0
  • Bryson Stuehmer 10-4

Varsity Doubles:

  • Randy Hernandez and Brendan McKeown 10-0
  • Haden Frazier and Ryan Pemberton 10-5
  • Carter McIntosh and Bryson Stuehmer 10-1

JV Results:

  • Noah Harlan and Dominic McKeown 10-1
  • Andrew Stephens and Matthew Huemann 10-0
  • Declan Gleeson and Andrew Pemberton 8-4
  • Nathan Bull and Zeven Ruiz 8-4

The Mexico Bulldogs Baseball Team fell to the Boonville Pirates 14-7 on the road last night (Tuesday).

Mexico out hit Boonville 11-10.

Mexico is 8-8 on the season and back in action today against Battle.

The St. Louis Cardinals defeated the Philadelphia Phillies 5-2 last night (Tuesday) at Busch Stadium.

Redbirds starting pitcher Carlos Martinez picked up his first win as a starter since July 7th, 2018.

St. Louis and Philadelphia are back at it again tonight with a 6:45 first pitch.

The Kansas City Royals had their five game winning streak come to an end last night with a 2-1 loss to the Pittsburgh Pirates on the road.

The Royals managed just four hits, all of which were singles.

The lone run from Kansas City came on a second-inning infield single by Carlos Santana.

More fans will be allowed in the Kauffman Stadium stands in May.

The Kansas City Royals announced yesterday (Tuesday) expanded stadium capacity for May games at the K has been increased to 17,400 fans.

Single-game tickets to May home games will go on sale this morning (Wednesday) morning at 10am exclusively at