Facing the Class 3 runner-ups and opening the newly renovated Burl Fowler Stadium, the Cubs were up for the challenge, dominating in a 55-0 win.
Sarcoxie wins 41-12.
Panthers win 54-12.
Warriors win 28-21 to advance in district play.
McAuley with home win over Wildcats.
Bulldogs clinch first Big 8 Title outright since 1989.
Panthers knock off the Rams
Golden Tornado hand Titans their first loss.
Titans improve to 7-0 with 46-0 win.
Lancers beat Rams 34-0 to open district play.
Bulldogs win in Pittsburg 30-14.
Joplin wins Homecoming matchup.
Cassville hands Monett their first loss.
Carl Junction beats Lamar 50-46.
Week five of high school football action in Missouri plus week four in Kansas and Oklahoma.
High school football highlights from week 4 in Missouri and week 3 in Kansas and Oklahoma.
Webb City beats Carthage, Lamar over Cassville, Columbus wins at Fort Scott, and McAuley beats Miller on Homecoming. Week three action from Missouri.
Cassville and Miller also win district semifinal games while Nevada, Carthage, and Sarocoxie lose.
Kansas HS playoffs begin with Coffeyville beating Frontenac and Fort Scott losing at home.
Warrensburg at Nevada, Mt. Vernon at Seneca, and Carl Junction at Hillcrest
West Plains at Webb City, Marshfield at Carthage, Jasper at McAuley, Stockton at Lamar, and Aurora at Monett
Galena at Riverton, Colgan at Southeast, Girard at Frontenac, Chanute at Fort Scott, and Columbus at Labette County.
Joplin loses for just the second time this season. Plus the latest Operation Pigskin rankings and the St. Louis Rams arrived in London.
Miller at Sarcoxie and East Newton at Seneca.
Southeast at Galena, Riverton at Colgan, and Girard at Parsons.
Kickapoo at Joplin, Webb City at Branson, Willard at Carthage, Monett at Carl Junction, Cassville at Mt. Vernon, Aurora at Lamar, and McAuley at Greenfield
Plus College Heights volleyball takes down McAuley and Kansas State Wildcats look ahead to big matchup at West Virginia.
Nevada at McDonald County, Lamar at East Newton, and McAuley at Pierce City
Blue Valley West at Pittsburg, Colgan at Galena, Riverton at Southeast, Parsons at Frontenac
Ozark at Webb City, Carthage at Nixa, Mt. Vernon at Carl Junction, Seneca at Monett, Cassville at Aurora, El Dorado Springs at Sarcoxie.
Mizzou will start Redshirt Freshman QB Corbin Berkstresser in place of injured James Franklin. Plus K-State travels to Iowa State Saturday.
Hulbert at Commerce and Wagoner at Miami
Pittsburg at Coffeyville, Labette County at Fort Scott, Girard at Galena, Columbus at Colgan, Baxter Springs at Frontenac, and Parsons at Riverton
Lebanon at Joplin, Neosho at Webb City, Monett at Lamar, Seneca at Carl Junction, and Lockwood at McAuley.
Romeo Crennel says Cassel is still the team's starting QB; plus we unveil the latest Operation Pigskin rankings and Joplin soccer wins in 2 OT.
Southeast at Oswego and Miller at Pierce City
Colgan at Girard, Galena at Columbus, Erie at Frontenac, Riverton at Baxter Springs, and Parsons at Pittsburg
Cassville at Aurora, Lamar at Carl Junction, Mt. Vernon at Seneca, Webb City at Willard, Republic at Carthage, Diamond at McAuley
Eagles improve to 10-1 plus Carl Junction volleyball defeats Seneca. And former Pittsburg State star athlete Brian Moorman was released by the Buffalo Bills.
Wyandotte at Commerce and Jasper at Sarcoxie.
Girard at Southeast, Frontenac at Colgan, Columbus at Riverton, Northeast at Galena, and Coffeyville at Fort Scott.
Nixa at Webb City, West Plains at Joplin, Carthage at Neosho, Carl Junction at Cassville, and Butler at Lamar
Joplin soccer also remains undefeated and we check out the latest Operation Pigskin rankings.
Commerce at Oswego
Fort Scott at Pittsburg, Galena at Frontenac, Columbus at Girard, and Southeast at Baxter Springs.
Mt. Vernon at Lamar, Cassville at Seneca, Aurora at Carl Junction, Webb City at Republic, Carthage at Ozark, Branson at Neosho, and Sarcoxie at Pierce City.
Claremore at Miami
Riverton at Girard, Colgan at Baxter Springs, Frontenac at Southeast, and Fort Scott at Columbus.
Webb City at Carthage, Hillcrest at Joplin, Lamar at Cassville, and Seneca at Aurora.
Weber State recruit Christian Novak throws shutout. Plus some changes in the latest Operation Pigskin Rankings.