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Morning Sports Report - September 21, 2017

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High school soccer action to catch you up on. Plus, the Evangel Crusaders return home after a 2-and-0 start. Coach Hepola tells us what it will take for to keep it rolling. Here's your Thursday morning Sports Report.

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High school soccer action to catch you up on. Plus, the Evangel Crusaders return home after a 2-and-0 start. Coach Hepola tells us what it will take for to keep it rolling. Here's your Thursday morning Sports Report.
http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12451/7097670?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Thu, 21 Sep 2017 11:19:18 +0000 Morning Sports Report - September 21, 2017 High school soccer action to catch you up on. Plus, the Evangel Crusaders return home after a 2-and-0 start. Coach Hepola tells us what it will take for to keep it rolling. Here's your Thursday morning Sports Report. http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12451/7097670?cpt=8&wpid=2637 KOZL SPRINGFIELD, Mo--The Evangel Crusaders are coming off their second straight win, in blow out fashion as well. As Crusaders QB Cameron Hardesty tied a school record, throwing five touchdowns in their 51-14 win over Culver-Stockton. The Crusaders are now 2-2 on the year and head home to face William Penn, in a black out game in Ozark. This marks just the second time the Crusaders have played William Penn. The first time was in 2015. When Evangel upset the 12th ranked Statesman 19-14. Evangel hoping to improve their win streak to three this Saturday at 1:30 p.m. "It's not even really about who we play, it's about doing what we do best and not worrying about who we play. I think really, the last two weeks we have gotten back to that. Really just focusing on our self and doing what we need to do. If we keep doing that this year we are going to be in good shape," said Cameron Hardesty. "That is one thing our guys are doing, is playing confidently. So when you are playing confidently it is alway going to give you a chance to play well and win the ball game. I'm just excited to continue the rest of the week of practice and play well Saturday," said coach Chuck Hepola. ---------- SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- On the soccer pitch, Glendale hosted Waynesville Wednesday night. And the Falcons were flying in this one. First half action, great send finds the head of Mitch Stephens. Glendale takes a 1-0 lead. Later in the half Garrett Freeman all alone on the breakaway. Gets it past the keeper for the goal. That makes it 2-0. Then, for good measure Falcons on the attack and Ryan Feeney forces an own goal. Deflection goes to the back of the net. Glenale wins big 8-0. ------------------- In Major League Baseball Wednesday, The St. Louis Cardinals beat Cincinnati, 9-2. Dexter Fowler hit a homer for the third straight game. And the Royals beat the Blue Jays, 15 to 5. Mike Moustakas hit his 37th homer of the year. That moves him past Steve Balboni for the team's all time record in a single season.




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