Missouri High School Football Newswire

Missouri High School Football Newswire

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  1. WHS football vs Van HornRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | DigitalBURG

    Van Horn Falcons at Warrensburg Tigers, Friday, Aug. 26. Warrensburg High School football is produced by CTV - Central Television - and the University of Central Missouri Department of Communication, in cooperation with KOKO 1450 AM in Warrensburg.

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  2. Falcons are fairing well with brotherly transition at QBRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | News Tribune

    Blair Oaks quarterback Nolan Hair knew he had some big shoes to fill this season. It was just a matter of how quickly he would fill them.

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  3. Press Box: Why schedule blowouts? Sometimes you don't have a choiceRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | News Tribune

    That's 139-12. That's an awful lot for the winning teams and just awful for the losing ones.

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  4. Helias dominates from start to finish for first win of the seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | News Tribune

    Helias kicker Vito Calvaruso boots an extra point through the uprights Saturday against Kansas City Southeast at Adkins Stadium in Jefferson city. Calvaruso made 4-of-5 extra-point attempts against the Knights.

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  5. Friday Night Recap: Defense dominates, Jays work on rushing attack in blowout winRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | News Tribune

    Jefferson City linebacker Gaven Strobel puts a hard hit on Springfield Central quarterback Danny Adams while members of the Jays' secondary look to intercept the errant pass Friday, Aug. 26, 2016 during their game at Adkins Stadium A mere 51 years ago, the Jefferson City Jays defeated Springfield Central 41-0. On Friday night, the Jays beat the Bulldogs again, this time 83-6 at Adkins Stadium.

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  6. Friday Night Recap: Pintos unable to take advantage of early miscues commentRead the original story

    15 hrs ago | News Tribune

    A week after giving away some short fields to the opposition, the California Pintos were granted a short field three times in the first quarter against Mexico on Friday night. After allowing a touchdown on the opening possession, California's defense forced - and recovered - three Mexico fumbles, but it translated into just three points for the Pintos.

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  7. T-Birds get on track at Cardinals' expenseRead the original story

    16 hrs ago | News Tribune

    Senior running back Wyatt Branson supplied three touchdowns, including one on special teams, and junior running back Adam Reno scored twice Friday night as North Callaway crushed Tipton in a 42-8 runaway victory. The Thunderbirds' defense draped itself all over Tipton, limiting the Cardinals to 31 total yards in the first half.

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  8. Hornets' defense, Davis bury TigersRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | News Tribune

    Earlier last week, Fulton head coach Pat Kelley said he wanted to slow down Versailles senior quarterback David Connor and for the Hornets' offensive line to play a bigger role in initiating the run game. Fulton showed it could do just that in its 56-12 obliteration of the Tigers in Friday night's home opener at Robert E. Fisher Jr. Stadium.

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  9. Bulldogs race past Wildcats commentRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | News Tribune

    The South Callaway Bulldogs' offense, already operating at optimal speed with its running game, appears ready to induce even more stress on opponents. Senior running back Bennett Hager was responsible for a pair of touchdowns and five different South Callaway players scored on runs as the Bulldogs produced 329 yards on the ground in mowing down the Milan Wildcats 39-0 on Friday night.

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  10. Bulldogs fall to East Buchanan in season openerRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Bethany Republican-Clipper

    Republican-Clipper photo, Phil Conger Scrambling for yardage: South Harrison running back Grant Taylor had his eye on a trio of East Buchanan defenders as he broke away on a long gainer in Friday night's game at Gower.

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  11. Mexico downs California in footballRead the original story

    Yesterday | News Tribune

    A week after giving away some short fields to the opposition, California's offense was granted a short field three times in the first quarter Friday night against Mexico. After allowing a touchdown on the opening possession, California's defense forced and recovered three Mexico fumbles, but it translated into just three points for the Pintos.

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  12. Jays roll past Springfield CentralRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | News Tribune

    Springfield Central quarterback Danny Adams coughs up the football after taking several hard hits while being gang tackled by the Jefferson City defense Friday night at Adkins Stadium. One quarter into Friday night's game between Jefferson City and Springfield Central, the Jays had five offensive plays in the books.

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  13. Blair Oaks football holds off Oak GroveRead the original story

    Yesterday | News Tribune

    The Oak Grove Panthers delivered the first punch Friday night, almost immediately, but the Blair Oaks Falcons were the last team standing. Blair Oaks won the Week 2 battle between the two state-ranked teams, overcoming a first-minute score to hold on and beat Oak Grove 28-20.

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  14. Tigers shut out Marshall in first winRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sedalia Democrat

    Brice Pannier is stopped short of the goal line Friday, Aug. 26 during a 38-0 win over the Marshall Owls in Sedalia. Marshall receiver Jaylin Varner completes a catch over a Smith-Cotton defender Friday in the first quarter of a 38-0 Smith-Cotton victory over the Owls at Tiger Stadium in Sedalia.

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    Friday | Fayette Advertiser

    BY TYLER MASON MDC CONSERVATION AGENT Hello. My name is Tyler Mason and I am excited to be the new conservation agent for Howard County as I look forward to meeting and serving people throughout the area.

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  16. Prep Football: California to open home schedule against Mexico commentRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Fulton Sun

    California certainly didn't have things easy to start the season. A three-and-a-half hour trip Saturday to Monett to face the state-ranked Cubs resulted in a 34-6 loss for the Pintos, the second time in as many years they've dropped their season opener.

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  17. Prep Football: Jays facing Springfield Central for first time since 1965 season commentRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Fulton Sun

    Jefferson City running back Rashaun Woods bowls over a McCluer North player on his way to a big gain during last Friday night's game at Adkins Stadium. Rewind to 2002 when the Jefferson City Jays were a 2-8 team.

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  18. Prep Football: Tipton to host familiar foe in North CallawayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | News Tribune

    Though Tipton and North Callaway have met regularly for some time, tonight will still bring a unique challenge for the Cardinals. In Class 1, Tipton is used to playing opponents like itself - run-oriented teams.

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  19. Prep Football: North Callaway seeks to rebound from loss in openerRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | News Tribune

    North Callaway head football coach Kevin O'Neal was encouraged by the reaction of his squad in the hours after the Thunderbirds kicked off the season with a deflating 48-20 loss at Southern Boone last week. North Callaway will look to redeem itself tonight when it remains on the road for a matchup at the Tipton Cardinals .

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  20. Prep Football: Helias set to face African Centered College PrepRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | News Tribune

    Helias quarterback Chandler Luebbert picks up yards on the ground during the Jamboree earlier this month in Wardsville. Luebbert and the Crusaders will open their home schedule Saturday against Africian Centered College Prep at Adkins Stadium.

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