Cardinals knock off Jasper 28-14
Bulldogs improve to 4-0.
The Tigers would take the lead in the first quarter but the Eagles would come away with the win 20-14.
Panthers win 42-0.
The Cardinals prevented the Tigers from making it a one possession game right before halftime, and the momentum stuck with Webb City in their 49-14 win.
A rainy Friday night of high school football brought us big plays from Webb City, Joplin and Chanute.
The Golden Norsemen found their groove tonight against Southeast Prep.
After postponing the game for a day due to storms, Lamar kept their unbeaten record, handing Monett their first loss of the season.
Bulldogs win 27-14
Rams win it 21-9
Titans pull away with 25-14 victory
After having their long win streak snapped by Har-Ber last year, Webb City got payback on the Wildcats. After a two hour delay, the Cardinals started off strong and never looked back to improve to 3-0.
Jasper holds on to win 21-14
Panthers get big defensive effort in beating Bulldogs 16-12.
Top 6 remains unchanged this week.
Joplin, Webb City, Aurora, McAuley, and Carl Junction all represented in top plays.
Kiante Hardin's circus catch was part of a 27-point second quarter for the Cardinals, who went on to beat Rockhurst 40-14. Webb City hosts Springdale Har-Ber next week.
The Eagles running game could not be stopped.
McDonald County hosted Aurora in week 2 as both teams searched for their first wins of the season.
Hosting a state ranked team, the Tigers put the pressure to them.
Class 4 and Class 6 powerhouses duke it out in Kansas City.
Warriors take it 43-21.
Cubs win 51-0.
The Mountaineers debuted their brand new stadium, but did not get the result they hoped for. Carl Junction improves to 2-0 with the shutout over Mt. Vernon.
Tigers shut out Indians 59-0.
The Eagles trailed 14-7 at the half, but behind Adam Norsworthy's four touchdown game, Joplin gets the win 35-21. They host Kickapoo next Friday.
The men's basketball team knows how to fundraise with some creativity.
Lady Bulldogs win opener over Lady Eagles.
We recap the top five plays from week one of the high school football season.
MSSU brought in a new transfer this year to compete against quarterback Jay McDowell.
Wildcats win 30-12
Carl Junction knocks off East Newton 44-12
Joplin defeats the Falcons 42-12
Wildcats snap twenty game losing streak with 50-0 win over McDonald County.
Cardinals blank Tigers 21-0.
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.
The three-time defending Class Two state champions made quick work of Mount Vernon.
Cardinals chasing their 5th consecutive Class 4 State Title.
Cardinals searching for 5th state title in a row
Bulldogs look to build on last year's 10-2 season.
Bulldogs hope to pack big bite in 2014
Purple Dragons return veteran club featuring Alex Barnes.
Purple Dragons return 8 starters on offense and defense
Coming off their 3rd consecutive Class 2 State Title, Lamar is ready to contend again.
Tigers believe they'll be back in St. Louis
Carthage lost their power three on offense, but don't doubt them just yet. Their new offense might just surprise you.
It's been over a decade since Joplin has won a playoff game, but spirits are high with the Eagles after impressive summer practices.
The Titans are the defending CNC League Champions, and return 18 starters from last year's team.
The Tigers fell in the playoffs last season courtesy of Webb City, the same team they will face in their 2014 season opener.