LOCAL ROUNDUP: Missouri wrestling completes perfect MAC regular season

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A 24-12 victory at Northern Illinois capped a perfect MAC regular season for Missouri wrestling on Friday night.

The Tigers moved to 7-0 in conference play for the season, while their overall tally now stands at 17-0. It is the third time in four seasons that the Tigers have had a perfect record in regular season conference action.

Friday's dual was highlighted by redshirt sophomore Jaydin Eierman picking up a pinfall victory just 93 seconds into his 141-pound match with NIU'sAnthony Rubino. The fall was Eierman's 12th for the season.

Missouri returns to the mat in nonconference action at 7 p.m. Feb. 14 at SIU Edwardsville.

Rock Bridge girls basketball falls to No. 1 Kirkwood

The fourth-ranked Rock Bridge girls basketball team (14-5) dropped to a 63-54 defeat to top-ranked Kirkwood in the semifinals of the Webster Winter Challenge on Friday in Webster Groves.

The Bruins got down early, trailing by 12 at the end of the first quarter. They cut the lead to five by halftime and stayed in it until late in the fourth period, but ultimately fell short.

Rock Bridge has now lost both meetings this season against Kirkwood, after the Bruins dropped their season opener to the Pioneers 61-54.

The Bruins finish play in the Webster Winter Challenge on Saturday against the loser of Friday's game between Incarnate Word Academy and St. Joseph's. Tip time is 3:00 p.m.

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