KXEO Sports Report 1/6/21

The Mexico Bulldogs High School Wrestling Team went a perfect 3-0 on the road last night.

The Bulldogs picked up wins over Ladue, Vianney, and Orchard Farm.

Keith Ransom and Jokiah Sewell went 2-0 at the meet and have improved their records to 13-0 overall on the season.

Ricardo Juarez and Deacon Haag went 3-0 last night.

Terrell Williams and Gavyan Martin went 2-1 at the meet.

Mexico returns home tomorrow night against Southern Boone and Tipton starting at 5, and will then be back on the road Saturday at Cameron.

The North Callaway Thunderbirds Boys Basketball Team edged out South Callaway 54-50 last (Tuesday) night.

North Cal’s Cody Cash led all scorers with 18 points.

With the win North Callaway evened up their record at 5-5 and next play in the South Callaway Tournament on Tuesday.

The 13th ranked Missouri Men’s Basketball Team fell on the road to Mississippi State 78-63 last (Tuesday) night.

Junior guard Xavier Pinson dished out a career-high 8 assists and added 13 points. Jeremiah Tilmon led the Tigers in scoring with 16 points.

Mizzou fell to 7-2 overall and are now 1-2 in SEC play.

The Tigers return home Saturday to host LSU.

Kansas City Chiefs Coach Andy Reid is set to break multiple Chiefs postseason records in the divisional round of the NFL playoffs.

Reid will be coaching his 11th postseason game with Kansas City, and that will be the most in franchise history as he is currently tied with Marty Schottenheimer with 10 playoff games coached.

If Kansas City wins their game in the divisional round, Reid will capture his 6th postseason win as the head coach of the Chiefs.

He is currently tied with Hank Stram for most postseason victories with five.

In addition to that a win would give the Chiefs another AFC championship appearance, and Kansas City would become the first team in NFL history to host the AFC Championship 3 years in a row.

 

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