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Heartland Sports scores from Saturday, Dec. 21:

(Cape Girardeau, Mo.) - Here are your Heartland Sports scores from Saturday, Dec. 21:

NCAA Men's Basketball:

Southeast Missouri State-65
(15) Memphis-77
F

Ball State-58
Southern Illinois-66
F

(23) Missouri-64
Illinois-65
F

Murray State-64
Western Kentucky-71
F

Belmont-80
(19) Kentucky-93
F

NCAA Women's Basketball:

Southeast Missouri State-66
Missouri State-77
F

High School Wrestling: Tiger Classic 

1. Jackson-439
2. Northwest-297.5
3. Desoto-255
4. Ste. Genevieve-253.5

106lb
1st. Gus Gulliams (Jackson)

113lb
1st. Jarrett Reisenbichler (Jackson)

120lb
1st. Jake Byrd (Jackson)

126lb 
1st. Travis Jones (Ste. Gen)

132lb
1st. Micah Collier  (Jackson)

138lb
1st. Tyler Rush (Jackson)

152lb
1st. Clayton Collier (Jackson)

170lb
1st. Wyatt Hahn (Ste. Gen)

195lb 
1st. Chris Collier (Jackson)

220lb
1st. Clay Darnell (Jackson)

285lb
1st. Preston Hobeck (Jackson)
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