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November 3, 2003

MOsports.com Week 9 Scoreboard

WEEK 9 REPORT

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October 30 - Nov. 1

8-Man

DeKalb 58, Miami 0

Mound City 52, Nodaway-Holt 0

North Andrew 68, South Nodaway 18

West Nodaway 54, King City 6

Worth County 14, N. Nodaway 12

Class 1

Adrian 40, Archie 12

Cass Midway 19,  Drexel 17

Diamond 13, Miller 0

East Buchanan 41, North Platte 0

Greenfield 50, Sarcoxie 14

Haytin 12, Valle Catholic 0

Jasper 48, Liberal 6

Knox County 22, North Shelby 16

Lockwood 49, Rich Hill 0

Marionville 63, Thayer 0

Mid Buchanan 9, West Platte 7

Milan 32, Braymer 30

Northwest(Hughesville) 40, Sweet Springs 19

Orrick 35, Lone Jack 19

Osceola 21, Skyline 16

Paris 47, Cardinal Ritter 33

Pierce City 27, Ash Grove 6

Polo 42, Norborne 0

Princeton 48, Gallatin 7

Rock Port 23, Maysville 8

Santa Fe 35, St. Paul's 17

Salisbury 39, Westran 18

Scotland County 42, Schuyler County 18

Slater 14, Fayette 8  OT

St. Mary's 38, University Academy 0

St. Vincent 48, Chaffee 0

Tarkio 7, Albany 6

Tipton 55, Crest Ridge 6

Van Far 44, Louisiana 24

Wellington 38, Concordia 35

Windsor 22, Appleton City 14

Class 2

Berkeley 22, John Burroughs 12

Blair Oaks 56, Hermann 20

Brentwood 41, Maplewood 7

Brookfield 16, Putnam County 14

Caruthersville 61, Portageville 0

Centralia 60, Mark Twain 7

Charleston 54, Grandview 0

Crystal City 41, Scott City 0

East Newton 28, El Dorado Springs 27

Higginsville 34, Lexington 0

Hogan Prep 29, St. Joseph Bishop LeBlond 14

Holden 34, Sherwood 13

Houston 41, Mt View Liberty 14

Lamar 18, Mt. Vernon 14

Lawson 56, Carrollton 20

Lutheran North 37, Trinity 0

Lutheran SC 6, Orchard Farm 0

Malden 38, East Prairie 20

Monroe City 33, Highland 6

Montgomery County 55, Wright City 14

Palmyra 48, Clark County 15

Pembroke Hill 47, St. Pius X 13

Plattsburg 20, Hamilton 17

Principia 30, St. Pius X 6

South Callaway 48, Cuba 29

South Harrison 62, Lathrop 7

South Shelby 24, North Callaway 20

Springfield Catholic 42, Strafford 7

Stockton 35, Fair Grove 6

Trenton 27, Marceline 8

Warsaw 40, Butler 6

Willow Springs 42, Cabool 7

Class 3

Aurora 14, Bolivar 3

Ava 18, Marshfield 16

Boonville 47, Knob Noster 6

Borgia 64, Lutheran South 3

Buffalo 43, Reeds Spring 42

California 46, Odessa 21

Cassville 13, Carl Junction 7

Chillicothe 60, Cameron 13

Clinton 33, Nevada 30

Duchesne 24, MICDS 7

Eldon 27, Versailles 12

Festus 28, Park Hills Central 0

Fredericktown 50, Kennett 0

Fulton 20, Osage 7

Harrisonville 55, O'Hara 28

Herculaneum 25, JFK 7

Maryville 40, Savannah 0

Mexico 19, Kirksville 14

Moberly  49, Macon 7

Monett 22, Seneca 14

Mt. Grove 42, Rogersville 7

New Madrid County Central 50, Dexter 7

Oak Grove 26, Pleasant Hill 6

Platte County 34, Smithville 17

Priory 49, Westminster 14

Richmond 61, Grain Valley 8

Salem 24, St. James 18

Southeast(Kansas City) 38, Lincoln Prep 14

Ste. Genevieve 47, Potosi 14

Sullivan 27, Owensville 26

Timberland 40, St. Dominic 0

Winfield 33, Bowling Green 32

Class 4

Affton 54, DuBourg 8

Cape Central 42, Perryville 0

Carthage 35 Neosho 7

Central (Kansas City) 42, Van Horn 0

Clayton 12, St. Mary's 6

Eureka 49, Chaminade 28

Excelsior Springs 22, St. Joseph Lafayette 21

Farmington 45, DeSoto 14

Grandview 37, Hickman Mills 30

Hannibal 20, Ft. Zumwalt North 19

Helias 14, Camdenton 7

Kearney 64, St. Joseph Benton 6

Ladue 47, University City 21

Nixa 14, Branson 7

North County 38, Windsor (Imperial) 6

Poplar Bluff 42, Sikeston 3

Republic 7, Springfield Central 6

Ruskin 14, Center 9

Smith Cotton(Sedalia) 39, Marshall 7

Springfield Hillcrest 42, Willard 19

St. Charles 41, Jennings 0

St. Charles West 43, Normandy 14

St. Clair 27, Hillsboro 24

Sumner 43, Soldan 8

Union 35, Pacific 0

Vashon 32, NJ ROTC 0

Washington 20, Waynesville 13  OT

Warrensburg 21, Raytown South 16

Webb City 19, McDonald County 7

Wentzville Holt 31, Warrenton 6

West Plains 24, Ozark 20

Westport 47, Northeast 27

Class 5

Beaumont 26, Gateway Tech 0

Belton 50, Raytown 12

Hazelwood East 20, Troy 7

McCluer North 39, Hazelwood West 0

Park Hill 24, St. Joseph Central 21

Park Hill South 32, North Kansas City 7

Parkway Central 41, Howell 6

Parkway West 28, Jackson 26

Raymore Peculiar 35, Springfield Parkview 0

Riverview 27, Ritenour 14

Springfield Glendale 44, Rolla 7

Summit 34, Parkway North 21

Truman 25, Fort Osage 6

Vianney 26, Lebanon 6

Webster Groves 34, Seckman 6

Winnetonka 26, William Chrisman 22

Class 6

Blue Springs 14, Liberty 7

Blue Springs South 42, Oak Park 11

CBC 41, SLUH 10

Columbia Hickman 30, Columbia Rock Bridge 14

DeSmet 3, McCluer 0

Ft. Zumwalt South 45, Howell North 19

Ft. Zumwalt West 56, Howell Central 26

Hazelwood Central 45, Pattonville 10

Jefferson City 21, Kickapoo 7

Kirkwood 20, Lafayette 14  OT

Marquette 42, Fox 6

Mehlville 62, Roosevelt 33

Lee's Summit 37, Joplin 21

Lindbergh 42, Northwest (House Springs) 0

Oakville 24, Parkway South 13

Rockhurst 47, Lee's Summit North 0

 

Top Performers

 

Name School Rushing Yards Touchdowns
Trey Deal Winfield 331 3
Ryan Talton Paris 299 4
Sammy Pickett Greenfield 276 5
Seville Ko-Adams Belton 240 5
Herbert Donaldson CBC 224 4
Garrett King Orrick 213 2
Brenton Jamison Priory 202 4
Jimmy Jackson Caruthersville 194 4
Lester Allen Osceola 185 2
Davin Turner Boonville 185 2
Matt Verslues Blair Oaks 183 2
Danny Meyer West Plains 172 2
Eric Brown Smith Cotton   4
McCray Harris Eureka   4


Name School Passing Yards Touchdowns
Eric Czerniewski Montgomery County 278 6
Chase Patton Rock Bridge 216 (17/31) 1
Richie Roepke Strafford 213  (20/33) 1
Adam Mares Moberly 200 (10/10) 2

 

Name School Receiving Yards Touchdowns
Stetson Farmer Carrollton 159 2

 

Name School Defensive Play
       

BIG PLAYS

Jamie Short returned a kickoff 70-yards for a score in Kearney's 64-6 win over Benton.

 

NEWS & NOTES From the Fan's Perspective

Priory(7-2) 49, Westminster(2-6) 14

Game Summary Priory's Senior Running Back Superstar reached the 1,500 rushing yard plateau Saturday against Westminster. Jamison led the scoring charge for the Priory rebels with a 1 yard TD run just under two minutes into the game. Priory never looked back and will play MICDS for the ABC League Championship next week at MICDS.
Top Player Performances ***** Brenton Jamison - RB - Priory: 20 carries for 202 yards and 4 TD's. ***** Matt Merjavy - WR - Priory: 3 Catches for 105 yards, 1 TD, 1 Rush for 10 yards and 1 KOR for 47 yards. *** Ted Horan - QB - Priory: 5 for 8 passing for 110 yards, 2 TD's

 

Princeton(9-0) 48, Gallatin(4-5) 7

Top Player Performances Colby Swanstone-9 rec. 120 yards. Duke Burge-19-30 for 225 yards passing. Brett Cavanaugh of Princeton with 200 yards rushing.

 

Ruskin(3-6) 14, Center(0-9) 9

Game Summary In the second of play Stefawn Bradley scored a 27 yard TD to put Ruskin ahead 0-6. Before half-time Center scored on a 1 yard run. Center also had a field goal right before the half. After half-time Kevin Foundren completed a 40 plus yard TD to Mike Bishop to make the score 9-12. Courney Felix ran the ball in for the 2 point conversion to put Ruskin for the final score of the game 9-14. Center tried to put a final drive together but was put to an abrupt stop by middle inside linebacker Eric Smith.
Top Player Performances Ed Collins after 3 game drought had a few good punt returns to put Ruskin in good field position.

 

Belton(5-4) 50, Raytown(2-6) 12

Game Summary Belton scored in the 1st 2 minutes of the game with a td & a blocked kick that Bob Espy turned into a conversion. Belton scored 4 more tds & 4 extra points in the 1st half. The score at half time was 36-0. Daryl McClure returned a kick for another td in the 3rd quarter. Jason Chase scored in the 3rd with a 35 yard reception.
Top Player Performances Seville Ko-Adams rushed for 240 yards and 5 tds in the 1st 3 quarters of play. Daryl McClure had a long kick return for a td and Jason Chase also scored with a 35 yard reception. Kyle Welch scored 6 extra points and Bob Espy had a conversion after a blocked kick.

 

Diamond 13, Miller 0

Contact MoSports.com Diamond score DIAMOND, Mo. - Diamond had many opportunities Friday to score against the Miller Cardinals. It wasn't until the fourth quarter, however, when the Wildcats finally found the end zone. Behind sophomore running back Caleb Devillier's two rushing touchdowns, the Wildcats (6-3) escaped with a 13-0 victory over the winless Cardinals. Diamond's win sets up a showdown Thursday with Greenfield to see which team advances to the postseason. With two touchdowns called back because of penalties and having the ball four times beyond Miller's 30-yard line and twice at the Cardinal 5, the Wildcats had ample chances to score. However, Miller, along with Diamond's mistakes, kept the Wildcats from scoring until the fourth period. "We've had a habit of shooting ourselves in the foot all year long," Diamond coach Brad Hocker said. "They (Miller) made some plays, but we have to quit making stupid penalties." The Wildcats dominated the game in every aspect and piled up 406 total yards to the Cardinals' 72. Of Diamond's total yards, 325 came on the ground, and Devillier accumulated 213 yards on 32 carries. Senior Brent Morgan added 74 yards on 12 totes and had one touchdown nullified. The Wildcats also had 18 first downs to Miller's five. "We played our best defensive game," Miller coach Jim LaSalle said. "We are not a great team, and we can't have turnovers and penalties and make mistakes." The closest the Cardinals got into Wildcat territory was at the 49. They weren't able to overcome sacks and negative gains along with costly penalties. With 9:32 remaining in the game, Devillier broke loose and scampered 38 yards to erase the 0-0 deadlock. After the missed point after touchdown, Diamond owned a 6-0 lead. Miller faked a punt with 1:23 left, which gave the Wildcats the ball at the Cardinal 14. Two plays later, Devillier scooted to the end zone from 10 yards out for his second touchdown. Sophomore kicker Luke Hockman connected on the PAT for the final margin.

 

Paris(8-1) 47, Cardinal Ritter(6-3) 33

Game Summary Paris scored on its opening drive, but Cardinal Ritter responded with a touchdown in 2 plays to tie the game. Ritter controlled most of the first half, but Paris was able to score just before the half on a Ryan Talton 60 yard run. Definitely a momentum changer. Paris controlled the second half with a ball control running game led by Ryan Talton and Trenton Long.
Top Player Performances Ryan Talton-35 carries for 299 yards, 4 TD's 2-receptions for 42 yards\ Trenton Long---19 carries for 105 yards, 1 reception for 6 yards

 

Orrick(8-1) 35, Lone Jack(7-2) 19

Game Summary O Garrett King 21 run (King kick) L Randy Snow 1 run (Tommy Smith kick) O King 2 run (King kick) L Snow 56 run (kick failed) O Corey McMullen 6 run (King kick) L Snow 30 run (run failed) O McMullen 1 run (King kick) O Austin Jones 33 run (King kick)
Top Player Performances Austin Jones recovered the opening kick-off to set up the first score for Orrick. Garrett King rushed for 213 yards on 29 carries with 2 TD's and added 5 PAT's to lead the Bearcats.

 

Montgomery County(9-0) 55, Wright City 14

Top Player Performances Sophomore quarterback Eric Czerniewski and his corps of receivers enjoyed another big outing for the Wildcats. Operating out of a no-huddle offense, Czerniewski completed 12 of 19 passes for 278 yards, 6 touchdowns and no interceptions before coming out early in the third period.

 

Harrisonville(9-0) 55, O'Hara(2-7) 28

Game Summary Harrisonville raced off to a 48-6 halftime lead and cruised to a 55-28 victory with 14 Celtic points coming in the 4th quarter including the final score coming from Kyle O'Neal to Marcus Walker with under a minute to play in the game. Tyson Travis threw for three scores and ran for two others while Zach Wood caught to TD passes and rushed for another to pace the Wildcats. Reuben Hartzler added the other two scores for the Cats. Defensive Tackle Mike Sanders scored on an interception for the second straight week and DE Travis Huseman had four quarterback sacks to lead the Harrisonville defense.
Top Player Performances Tyson Travis 8-11 passing for three TDs and one INT. 6 carries for 91 yards rushing and 2 TDs. Zach Wood rushes for 72 yards on 7 carries and one score while catching three passes for 79 yards and two scores.

 

Park Hill(8-1) 24, St. Joseph Central(4-4) 21

Game Summary Park Hill started the game with an 86 yard drive that culminated in a TD when Trojan QB Thomas Ecklund completed a pass to FB Austin Felich on a 22 yard play. The extra point was missed and the Trojans led 6-0. On Park Hill's next possession K Chris Welch gave his team 3 more points on a 27 yard FG and the score was 9-0. The Indians marched down the field on the following possession and scored a TD on a 16 yard TD pass from QB Jon Ross to WR Justin Thorton. K Jason Enright made the extra point and the halftime score was Park Hill 9 and SJ Central 7. In the third quarter the Trojans scored on a weird play where RB Matt Rich ran the ball about 12 yards and--while being tackled--he appeared to lateral it to WR Gerron Herring who ran the final 27 yards for the 39 yard TD. Park Hill scored again on an incredible 14 yard run by QB Thomas Ecklund on a 3rd and goal play from the 14. The Trojans led 24-7 going into the 4th quarter and got a little lazy. Central had tried most of the game to just run All-State RB Philip Harrison between the tackles but after the Trojans shut him down--and down by 17--the Indians aired the ball out a little bit. Going into the 4th, Central's QB Jon Ross had completed only 4 of 14 passes for 1 TD and 1 INT. He completed 6 of 10 for 2 TDs in the 4th quarter. The Indians scored first in the 4th on a 7 yard TD pass from QB Ross to WR Thorton to bri= the score to 24-14. On the Indians next drive they ran Harrison up the middle attempting to secure a 1st down on a 4th and 2 from the Trojan's 16 and were stopped cold for a TO on downs. This appeared to be the end--with the Trojans up by 10, with the ball, with only 3:30 left--but the Trojans fumbled on 3rd down and the Indians recovered on the Trojan 16. The Indians scored 5 plays later on a 6 yard TD pass from QB Ross to WR Nate Nold. The score was 24-21 and after the Trojans fell on the onside kick they ran out the clock to end the game.
Top Player Performances The player of the game was Central's QB Jon Ross who fought hard and kept his team alive. I came in expecting to see The Philip Harrison Show, but Park Hill had a good night holding him to only 81 yards on 26 rushes and no scores. Central's QB stepped up when his team needed him and really impressed me. Trojan's QB Thomas Ecklund also had a good game completing 4 of 7 passes for 36 yards and 1 TD and he ran the ball 6 times for 42 yards including the 14 yard TD run.

 

Lawson(7-2) 56, Carrollton(0-9) 20

Game Summary Lawson's Cardinals picked up their second win in the District 16 playoffs by downing Carrollton's Trojans 56-20 on Friday night. Coach Todd Dunn began pulling some Lawson starters in the first quarter after the Cards steamed to an early 21 point lead. Stephen Cramer intercepted Trojan QB Mitch Hundley at the Trojan 37 yard line on Carrollton's first possession. Two plays later, Bryan Zuerner put Lawson's first six points on the scoreboard with a 17 yard run. Michael Megraw kicked the extra point, giving Lawson a 7-0 lead with 10:52 on the clock. Eight seconds later, Megraw intercepted Hundley and returned it 25 yards for Lawson's second TD. He kicked the extra point and Lawson was up 14-0 less than three minutes into the quarter. Lawson's defense held the Trojans in check in the next series, forcing a punt and giving the Cards control of the ball on the Trojan 19 yard lina Dustin Turner moved the Cards to the 11 and Zach Stark followed that run with a TD. Megraw kicked the extra point and Lawson was up 21-0 with 7:44 to play in the quarter. Carrollton lost ground during their next series, but Hundley got off a good punt, giving Lawon the ball at the Trojan 45. Runs by Andrew Nolker and Dustin Turner moved Lawson to the 21. Shamon Sawyer broke through the center of the line to score Lawson's 4th TD with 4:56 to play in the first quarter. Megraw kicked the extra point to put Lawson up 28-0. Carrollton fumbled the ball away on their next offensive series and Cole Smith covered the loose ball for Lawson at the 22. Lawson's possession was short-lived though as Stetson Farmer intercepted a Cardinal pass at the Carrollton 27 yard line. Carrollton moved to the 30 on the first down, then Michael Megraw got his second interception of the night by snagging a Trojan pass at the Cardinal 39. Nolker picked up a yard as Lawson's #2 offensive unit took the field. Colin Brock broke out for a 44 yard run, taking the Cards to the Trojan 21. A clipping penalty against Lawson, pushed them back to the 31 but that didn't prove to be as setbalck at Nolker hustled to the 14 on the first down. QB Conrad Brock picked up 7 yards to end the first quarter. Colin Brock scored a 7 yard TD on the first play of the second quarter and Megraw kicked the extra point. Lawson had a 35-0 lead with 11:55 to play in the half. Carrollton ran through a quick series and unted, giving Lawson the ball at midfield. Runs by Cramer, Stark, and Zuerner moved the Cards to the 15 on three plays. Zach Turner made it to the two, then Stark ran in untouched for the score. Frank Mavel kicked the extra point to put Lawson at 42-0 with nine mintues to play in the half. Carrollton's offense stayed alive with a passing game, moving from their own 40 to the Cardinal 32 on four completed passes. Hundley hooked up with Farmer to score on a 32 yard pass play. Farmer kicked the extra point to give the Trojans seven points. Lawson answered with a TD in the next series, moving 73 yards on nine plays with runs by Nolker, Dustin Turner, and Drew Bibb. Bibb scored for Lawson on a 20 yard run with 2:23 to play in the half. Megraw kicked the extra point to put the game at 49-7. Carrollton scored what would be their last TD of the night on an 11 yard pass from Hudson to Farmer with 24 seconds on the clock. Farmer kicked the extrra point which put the halftime score at 49-14. The secoond half of the game was played with a continuously running clock. Carrollton kicked off to open the half with Cramer returning the kick to the Cardinal 45. A personal foul flag against the Trojans brought the Cards across the 50 and set them at the Carrollton 40. Lawson pushed to the one yard line on runs by Nolker, Conrad Brock, Dustin Turner and Bibb. Conrad Brock crossed the goalline with 6:40 to play in the 3rd quarter. Mavel kicked the extra point, 56-14. Carrollton passed their way to the Cardinal 45 during their next series, bringing the quarter to an end. On the first play of the 4th quarter, defensive lineman Kevin Daniels intercepted ;Hodson and returned the pass to the 38 yard line. The Cardinal offense drove to the Trojan 21 yard line and turned the ball over on downs with less than three minutes left in the game. Carrollton continued their aerial assault, eventually made their way to the Cardinal 10. Hodson ran in the Trojans final TD on an eight yard run with 1:44 left in the game. The extra point attempt failed, putting the game at what would be the final 56-20 Cardinal victory. Offensively, Lawson generated 386 yards rushing on 42 carries. Hodson completed 19 of 36 passes for 257 yards. The Trojans has 13 yards rushing on 15 carries.

 

Malden(3-6) 38, East Prairie(3-6) 20

Game Summary At halftime the game was at 14-12 in Malden's favor. In the second half Malden came out more focused and scored 24 in the second half to E.P's 8. Malden was led again offensively in 163 rushing yards by senior fullback Kyle Jones who also had 2 tds with 1 being called back due to penalty. The other scoring coming from an interception return for a td by brad ealey, 1 td reception by Ryan Criglar from QB Jon Henfling. The other coming from a Trey Porter run. E.P was led offensively by their qb who threw one td and ran for another.
Top Player Performances Kyle Jones 29 carries, 163 yds, 5.6 avg., 2 tds

 

Chillicothe(8-1) 60, Cameron(3-6) 13

Game Summary From the KCHI (Chillicothe) website: "It was an offensive show as Chillicothe rolled over Cameron 60-13. Unofficially, the Hornets had 537 yards of offense, including Daniel Meyer's 5 of 6 for 198 yards passing and 2 touchdowns. Jerald Potter had 115 yards rushing and 1 touchdown, and Clint Macoubrie had 106 yards rushing and 4 touchdowns. Cameron's Drew Newhart was 24 of 44 for 314 yards passing and 2 touchdowns including a 71 yard hook-and-ladder play, but also threw 5 interceptions, including 2 by Josh Gannan. Chillicothe led 25-13 after the 1st quarter, and 46-13 at the half."

 

Northwest(4-5) 40, Sweet Springs 19

Game Summary 1Q (Northest 13, Sweet Springs 0); 2Q (Northwest 0, Sweet Springs 0); 3Q (Northwest 20, Sweet Springs 0); 4Q (Northest 7, Sweet Springs 6). Final score: Northwest 40, Sweet Springs 19.
Top Player Performances Seth Hutchison, 17 Tackles (1 Rushing TD). Trent Templeton, 164 yards on 22 carries (2 Rushing TDs). Trent also returned an interception 90 yards for a TD.

 

Orrick(8-1) 35, Lone Jack(7-2) 19

Game Summary Orrick scored first after recovering an onside kick and marching down for the 1st score G King 22 yd td run. Randy Snow ran one in form 1 yd out to tie the score at the end of the first 7-7. Orrick's Garrett King scored a 1 yd td and kicked the pat for Orrick 14-7. Snow got loose for a 56 yd run LJ missed the pat 14-13 at the half. Orrick came out with the 3rd qtr kickoff and marched right down the field capped off by a 6 yd Corey Mcmullen run 21-13. Snow scored again on a 30 yd run the 2 pt run failed 21-19. C Mcmullen scored his 2nd td from 2yds out 28-19. Austin Jones capped the Orrick victory with a 33 yard run to seal the victory for the Bearcats 35-19.
Top Player Performances Garrett King 29 carries 213 yards 2 td's 5 pat's

 

Windsor 22, Appleton City(4-5) 14

Game Summary Vencill carried the 35 135 2 TD's Freshman Kaleb Filis was 5-7 for 91 yards and 1 rushing touchdown

 

Winfield(4-5) 33,  Bowling Green(1-8) 32

Game Summary Trey Deal 39 carries for 331 yards and 3 touchdowns. Winfield Recovered a Bowling Green fumble on inside the Winfield 20 with less than 2 minutes to go. Winfield scored the go ahead touchdown with 56 seconds left to go in the game to go 2-0 in Districts and the schools first victory vs. Bowling Green
Top Player Performances Trey Deal 39-331 and 3 TDS Dustin Boyd 1 fumble Recovery and 1 INT returned for TD

 

Polo(5-4) 42, Norborne(2-7) 0

Game Summary After starting slowly Polo eventually got into the flow offensively. They put up 21 points in the second quarter as they rushed for 182 yards in the period. Norborne couldn't find any consistency on offense and Polo maintained the shutout. For the game Polo rushed for 361 yards on 31 carries
Top Player Performances Randy Cline 11 carries 111 yards 2 TD Andrew Thomas 3 carries 140 yards 1 TD T.J. White 6 carries 57 yards 1 TD, 2 Rec 31 yards

 

Eureka(8-1) 49, Chaminade(5-4) 28

Game Summary Eureka jumped to a 42-7 halftime lead thanks to numerous Chaminade turnovers and stumbled to a 49-28 victory.

New Madrid County(7-2) 50, Dexter(5-4) 7

Game Summary New Madrid took off and never stopped in this one.
Top Player Performances Remond Willis had 144 yards on 23 carries and 4 touchdowns.

 

 

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