The Clopton School District held a cross country meet on Wednesday, Oct. 15. Click the link below to see all the results.
The 2015 schedule for the University of Missouri football program has been released, as announced today by Mizzou Athletics, in conjunction with the Southeastern Conference.
The Tigers have six home games currently finalized for the 2015 campaign at Faurot Field/Memorial Stadium, including a Thursday-night prime time game on Nov. 5th against Mississippi State set for an 8 p.m. (central time) kickoff on ESPN. The Bulldogs, ranked #1 in the nation for the current season, will be making their first trip to Columbia since 1984, when Mizzou claimed a 47-30 win.
1. Madison Ingram 11 Bowling Green
2. Kaitlyn VanHooser 12 Louisiana
3. Grace Bernhardt 10 Lutheran St. Charles
1. Destiny Lindsay 11 Bowling Green
2. Leah Vossen 09 Wright City
Results from the Clopton Cross Country team at the Orchard Farm Invitational held Wednesday, Oct. 8.
Katelynn Hammett (freshmen) placed 31st with a time of 25:31
Bailey Beauchamp (sophomore) placed 34th with a time of 28:00
Katie Koenig (junior) placed 35th with a time of 28:34
Daniel Reading (senior) placed 39th with a time 20:23
Landon Hall (freshmen) placed 48th with a time of 23:03
Will Reuther (freshmen) placed 16th with a time of 21:01
Junior High boys:
Donovan Denslow medaled 2nd with a time of 8:36
Jared Hoehn medaled 10th with a time of9:42
Clopton's next meet is Monday October 13th at Clopton for the annual Hamburger Run. Races start at 4:30 with junior high, followed by varsity, and JV
For the second year in a row, the Cardinals clinched a Central Division championship and punched a ticket back to the National League Division Series. The Cardinals are facing the rival Los Angeles Dodgers who have home-field advantage for the best-of-five series. The Cardinals are making their fourth consecutive postseason appearance and the 27th postseason appearance in franchise history (#PostCards). A limited number of tickets remain for the Division Series games at Busch Stadium atcardinals.com/postseason. Here are details on how fans can enjoy postseason baseball in St. Louis.
GAME SCHEDULE & HIGHLIGHTS
NLDS Game 1 – Friday, October 3, 2014 – Dodger Stadium – 5:37 p.m. CT (FS1)
NLDS Game 2 – Saturday, October 4, 2014 – Dodger Stadium – 8:37 p.m. CT (MLBN)
NLDS Game 3 – Monday, October 6, 2014 – Busch Stadium – 8:37 p.m. CT [OR 8:07 p.m. CT if LAA/KC is over] (FS1)
Clopton Cross Country results from the Wellsville-Middletown Invitational held Friday September 26th.
Luke Adams (junior) medaled 8th with a time of 19:59.
Daniel Reading (senior) medaled 11th with a time of 20:12.
Will Reuther ( freshman) placed 17th with a time of 21:07.
Landon Hall (freshman) placed 21st with a time of 22:22.
Katie Koenig (junior) placed 16th with a personal best time of 27:58.
Bailey Beauchamp placed 18th with a season best time of 28:25.
Junior high boys:
Donovan Denslow medaled 1st with a time of 8:58.
Austin Anderson medaled 10th with a time of10:12.
Jared Hoehn placed 16th with a time of 10:46.
This was the junior high EMO conference meet.
The St. Louis Cardinals announced prior to tonight’s series opener in Pittsburgh that they have recalled left-handed pitcher Tyler Lyons from Memphis (AAA) and optioned infielder Greg Garcia to Springfield (AA).
Lyons, 26, is making his third appearance with the Cardinals this season. He is 0-3 with a 5.46 ERA in seven games (four starts) for St. Louis this season. Lyons has compiled an 8-2 mark with a 4.43 ERA in 14 starts for Memphis, including a six-game win streak from July 18 to August 14.
Lyons walked just 18 batters in his 81.1 innings pitched for the Memphis Redbirds and struck out 75. His last appearance came in a start on Aug. 19 at El Paso when he worked 6.0 IP.
Garcia has appeared in nine games for the Cardinals this season, collecting a pair of hits in 12 at-bats.
Lyons wears uniform # 70.
The St. Louis Cardinals have placed infielder Mark Ellis on the 15-day disabled list with a left oblique strain, retroactive to August 15th. Infielder Greg Garcia was recalled from Memphis (AAA) to take his spot on the 25-man roster.
Ellis, 37, had not played since Thursday, August 14 vs. San Diego. The veteran infielder had started four games since Kolten Wong returned from the disabled list on July 6th.
Garcia, 25, played in 103 games in Memphis primarily at second base with games at third base and shortstop. He was batting .275 with 8 home runs and 40 RBI at the time of recall. The left-handed batting infielder was having a strong August batting .367 during the month.
Garcia is making his second appearance in St. Louis, as he appeared in seven games from April 28-May 13, batting .200 (2-10) with an RBI. Garcia was hit by pitch in the 12th inning for a game-ending RBI against Chicago on May 13 before getting optioned back to Memphis.
The St. Louis Cardinals announced this afternoon that they have recalled outfielder Shane Robinson from Memphis (AAA) and optioned right-handed pitcher Carlos Martinez to the triple-A club. The team also added newly acquired pitchers John Lackey and Justin Masterson to its 25-man active roster.
The Cardinals also announced several new uniform numbers: John Lackey (41), Justin Masterson (63), Pat Neshek (37) and coach Chris Maloney (77).
The right-handed hitting Robinson will be making his fourth stint with the big league club in 2014. He was batting .304 with two homers and 16 RBI in 53 games at Memphis. Robinson had a .140 BA with 2 RBI in his 31 combined games with the Cardinals earlier this season.
The St. Louis Cardinals announced today their Minor League Player and Pitcher honorees for the month of July with outfielder Magneuris Sierra (Gulf Coast League Cardinals-Rookie) and lefty pitcher Tim Cooney (Memphis-AAA) being saluted for their accomplishments.
Magneuris, 18, batted a robust .439 (36-for-82) with a .489 on-base pct. and nine stolen bases while helping the Cardinals Gulf Coast League affiliate get out to a league-best 24-13 mark. The left-handed hitting native of San Cristobal, Dominican Republic is currently leading the GCL in batting (.390), hits (46) and OPS (.985).