KWWR Sports Report 4/13/23

The Mexico Boys Tennis Team lost 4-5 to North Point on the road last night (Wednesday).

Varsity Doubles:

  • Brendan McKeown and Declan Gleeson 9-8 win in Tiebreaker
  • Camden Williams and Zeven Ruiz 1-8
  • Jackson Lamb and Quaid Grubb 2-8

Varsity Singles: (Played Best 2 Out of 3 Sets)

  • Brendan McKeown 2-0
  • Declan Gleeson 2-1 Won in Tiebreaker
  • Camden Williams 0-2
  • Zeven Ruiz 0-2
  • Jackson Lamb 0-2
  • Quaid Grubb 2-1 Won in Tiebreaker

JV Doubles

  • Trevor Wright and Brixton Goerne 0-6
  • David Schweim and Carter Blackburn 4-6
  • Brennon Beasley and Christian Frederickson 7-6
  • Briian Bynum and Jonathan St. Martin 2-6
  • Skyler Shaw and Trevor Wright 2-6
  • Brixton and Carter 6-4
  • Trevor and Jonathan 6-3
  • Briian and Skyler 7-5

Mexico head coach Tony Senor report “This was a good match to help us get ready for Districts win or lose. We played District format with Doubles playing 8 Games with AD and Singles playing Best 2 out of 3 sets. This felt like a District Match and it will help when we get to the real thing in a few weeks. Brendan and Declan had a rough Doubles match but pulled out the win in Tiebreaker. Quaid Grubb played a mental tough game winning his singles match in Tiebreaker too. Declan played a total of 43 games in today’s match. He had to dig deep to pull out the win. We are looking at closing the gap to win against North Point at Districts. Our next match is home against MMA with JV taking the court on 04/17/2023.”

The Mexico Bulldogs high school baseball team returns home tonight (Thursday) to play the Centralia Panthers.

The Bulldogs are riding a three-game winning streak. Games start at 5pm.

Mizzou softball showed a dominate performance against in-state foe Lindenwood yesterday (Wednesday) winning 9-0.

Mizzou freshman Cierra Harrison pitched a complete game allowing just one hit over five innings and recording six strikeouts.

MU is 24-18 on the season.

Up next, the home stand continues this weekend with a three-game series against Ole Miss.

The match-up starts Saturday at 2pm.

The St. Louis Cardinals downed the Colorado Rockies 7-4 yesterday (Wednesday) to secure a series win.

Cardinals rookie outfielder Jordan Walker extended his hitting streak to 12 games. Walker has tied Eddie Murphy in 1912 for the longest hitting streak to begin a career by a player aged 20 or younger since 1900.

Nolan Gorman hit a home run late that ended up being the game winner. The Cardinals ended up going 3-3 on the road trip and return home to Busch tonight (Thursday) to start a series with the Pittsburgh Pirates.

The Kansas City Royals avoided a series sweep against the Texas Rangers with a 10-1 victory in Arlington.

The St. Louis Blues lost 5-2 to the Dallas Stars.

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