Tigers improve to 6-0 with a 71-0 win.
Bulldogs remain undefeated on the year.
Raiders beat Galena 30-26 on Homecoming.
New on campus facility will be all turf.
Joplin Blasters will play first game in May.
First conferenc win for MSSU in three seasons.
Coach Tim Beck and Eric Knecht discuss the weekend that was for Pitt State football, and their win over Washburn.
The Lions named the course after longtime coach Tom Rutledge.
The Titans had no issue handling the Bulldogs this week.
The Eagles traveled to West Plains to get back into the winning grove.
The Tigers had their first turnover of the year, but the scoreboard looked no different than it has the past three seasons.
Cubs shut out Wildcats 38-0.
Bulldogs win 45-0.
Last year, the Cardinals and the Eagles went into overtime in an epic back and forth battle. Things were not the same this time around.
Purple Dragons roll 41-0.
Video Board along with giant Eagle graphic still need to be installed.
Lady Eagles volleyball team beats Webb City at the first ever game at the new Kaminsky Gymnasium.
Recap the Thursday night road win for Pitt State at Lindenwood.
A Kansas-heavy Big Five Plays this week featuring Colgan, Pittsburg and Columbus.
In the first conference game of the season, NEO struggles to hang with Blinn College.
Columbus wins 34-6.
Pittsburg defeats Independence on the road, 48-0.
Cardinals outshine the Eagles, 28-14.
The Wildcats take it to the Pirates.
Carthage defeats Ozark 49-7.
The Tigers defeat the Wildcats 49-0.
The Raiders defeat the Rams 20-7.
Cubs win 28-26 at Carnie Smith Stadium.
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.
The Gorillas had no trouble on the road in St. Charles, after a strong first half, Pitt State wins 38-7 to improve to 2-0.
Eagles win 10-0.
A rainy Friday night of high school football brought us big plays from Webb City, Joplin and Chanute.
Missouri Southern honored former men's basketball coach Robert Corn with a lasting tribute.
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.
Before a sellout crowd at Carnie Smith Stadium, the Gorillas opened the season with a 37-0 victory over the Riverhawks.
Bulldogs win 27-14
Eagles lose 48-42 in Overtime.
Panthers get big defensive effort in beating Bulldogs 16-12.
Lady Bulldogs win in straight sets.
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.