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Stories from Saturday, October 20, 2012

Friday Night Sights (10/20/12)
Concert with local ties will battle autism (10/20/12)
leonnah@standard-democrat.com SIKESTON -- While it's not a battle of the bands, four music groups with Sikeston ties are coming together for one night next month to support Missouri families battling autism. The SEMO Concert for Autism will begin at 5 p.m. Nov. 3 at Miner Convention Center. In addition to music, food and beverages will also be available...
Charleston harvest home tour will be like no other (10/20/12)
scottw@standard-democrat.com CHARLESTON -- What could be better than a home show? A home show that also features art and music. The Charleston Society for the Arts will host its first Art Harvest Home Tour from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. Nov. 3. Kerry Davis, one of the founding members of the Society, said his group was delighted when four of their top choices for homes to feature for the event, Reggie and Janie Young, Tripp and Laura Logan, Nancy Stallings and Annie Slaughter, agreed to be a part of it.. ...
Weekend wreck (10/20/12)
Officers with Sikeston Department of Public Safety along with South Scott County Ambulance respond to a wreck near the 400 block of East Malone Avenue Friday in Sikeston. Further details weren't available at press time.
Cardinal Ritter hands Sikeston football team first loss (10/20/12)
The Bulldogs fumbled six times in a 24-16 loss.
3rd place (10/20/12)
sports@standard-democrat.com SPRINGFIELD -- Forced to take the field just two hours after watching their title hopes disappear in a semifinal loss to Brookfield, the Kelly Lady Hawks found a way to end their season on a high note. Playing last year's state champion, the Palmyra Lady Panthers, in Friday's third place game of the Class 2 championship tournament, the Lady Hawks scored four unanswered runs in a 5-4 come from behind win...
Charleston muscles past Chaffee 50-8 (10/20/12)
sports@standard-democrat.com CHAFFEE -- The Charleston Bluejays were looking for momentum they could use heading into the first week of district play. On Friday against the Chaffee Red Devils, they found it. Finishing the regular season at 7-2, the Bluejays will head into the Class 2, District 1 tournament as the third seed behind top-seeded Caruthersville and Malden (2) next week after polishing off the Red Devils 50-8 at Chaffee High School...
Dial falls in Class 1 singles tourney (10/20/12)
SPRINGFIELD -- Sikeston senior Kelsey Dial saw her high school tennis career come to an end on Friday at the Missouri Class 1 singles tournament. Dial dropped her first round match to Alena Frye of Barstow 6-0, 6-0, falling into the consolation quarterfinals...
Malden manhandles Dexter; Kennett tops East Prairie for first win (10/20/12)
MALDEN -- Malden ran for 532 yards in a 58-26 thrashing of rival Dexter on Friday night. The 58 points is the most ever for a Malden team against Dexter as the Green Wave had four scoring plays of over 50 yards on the night. Malden averaged 13 yards per carry in the contest...