Mexico at Lewis and Clark MS (Jefferson City)


Individual Scoring:

Ryan Williams: 0-2

Kaiden Herrera: 0-2

Dylan Mosley: 1-0; 1 Pin

Jaylen Fendrick: 1-3; 1 Pin

Kenley Allen: 0-1

Deacon Haag: 2-2; 2 Pins

Robert McCulley: 0-2

Zach Williams: 1-1; 1 Pin

Dameron Long: 0-2

Eli Bethal: 1-1; 1 Decision

Kieth Ransom: 3-0; 2 Pins, 1 Tech Fall

Gavyn Martin: 4-0; 3 Pins, 1 Major Decision

Ben Clampitt: 1-1; 1 Pin

JeVon Mahaney: 0-2

George Thomas: 0-2


"Going into Jefferson City is always tough and we welcome the challenge. We saw some good competition out of Fulton, Lewis and Clark and Thomas Jefferson," said coach Tony Senor. "Gavyn Martin and Kieth Ransom did exceptionally well with 7 wins over all between the two of them. Some of the matches were 50/50 and we have to be tougher and ready to wrestle next time. We have one more event this season and we will continue to keep grinding it out to be better every day."


Mexico next competes at the Fatima Tournament on 12-16-17





North Callaway 34 at Van-Far 64


Cody Cash (NC), 8 pts


Collin Wilburn (VF), 19 pts


North Calllaway, 0-2 overall, was at Hallsville on Thursday


Van-Far, 3-0 overall, was at Silex on Thursday.





Community R-6 58 at Louisiana 6


Brianna Beamer, 12 pts

Kaley Diesel, 11 pts

Emma Angel, 10 pts


"All eight players scored in a game that featured a lot transition buckets by the Lady Trojans," said coach Bob Curtis. "The word Winstinct hangs on our locker room door. It stands for the instinct to win. We teach and preach that everyday. These lady's are off to a great start and getting better each day."


Community R-6, 3-0, hosts North Callaway on Friday





Saint Peter and Paul 33 at St. Brendan 39


Dominic McKeown, 14 pts

Kaiden Jennings, 7 pts

James Branson, 2 pts


“Our eighth graders really stepped up tonight to get us the win. We made 10 out of our 11 free throws and a bunch at the end of the game," said coach Kevin Duncan. "Our boys persevered through some adversity tonight. Saints Peter and Paul hit a half-court shot at the end of a quarter and we also got into a little bit of foul trouble so we couldn’t be as aggressive as we like to be, just to name a couple things”


St. Brendan finishes the season on Monday at home against Kingdom Christian Academy.



St. Joseph 27 at St. Brendan 42


Dominic McKeown, 21 pts

Sam Adair, 8 pts

Scout Jones, 8 pts


"We played a well-coached team tonight. Coach Schafer has his team headed in the right direction," said Duncan. "We struggled handling the ball and blocking out on rebounds. We need to get these areas tightened up.”