Delay helps Hannibal rally for season-opening victory
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Delay helps Hannibal rally for season-opening victory

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Hannibal football coach Mark St. Clair might prefer a delay of some sort every time his team is reeling. The Pirates trailed Jefferson City Helias by a touchdown when the teams were forced to go into a lightning delay...

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Barton's jaunt kickstarts Tigers' victory

MILAN, Mo. -- Jace Barton broke free for a 70-yard touchdown run to highlight the Mark Twain football team's 28-14 victory over Milan on Friday night. Milan scored on its opening drive to take a 7-0 lead, but Barton quickly answered...

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Mettes, Raiders pile up points, yards on the ground

HUGHESVILLE, Mo. -- Dayton Mettes scored four touchdowns as North Shelby picked up a 50-20 win over Hughesville Northwest in an 8-man football game that was called in the second quarter due to weather. Mettes opened the scoring just 25 seconds...

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Centralia outmuscles Highland in opener

EWING, Mo. -- Chance Newton threw for 175 yards and a touchdown but the Highland football team suffered a 44-6 loss to Centralia on Friday night in the Clarence Cannon Conference opener. Centralia was able to score two touchdowns...

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McKenzie, Cardinals run wild against Bulldogs

SHELBINA, Mo. -- Cody McKenzie ran for nearly 200 yards and three touchdowns as the South Shelby football team knocked off Brookfield 26-14 Friday night in Clarence Cannon Conference action at Charles Rash Memorial Field. It was the first game...

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Panthers' offense stuck in neutral in season opener

MACON, Mo.--Despite forcing five turnovers defensively, the Palmyra football team struggled to generate offense in a 20-7 Clarence Cannon Conference loss to Macon on Friday night at Hugh Dunn Field. lost at Macon, in their first...

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Miller's running, defense's will lifts Eagles to victory

EDINA, Mo. -- A pair of Hayden Miller touchdown runs and a pair of goal-line stands ensured Bruce Vannoy enjoyed his debut as the Knox County football coach. Miller scored twice in the first quarter and turned the game over to the defense...

Monroe City outlasts Clark County in dogfight game
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Monroe City outlasts Clark County in dogfight game

KAHOKA, Mo. -- David Kirby asked a simple question to the Monroe City football team at halftime. "I asked them if any of them had ever been in a fight before," the Monroe City football coach said. After Friday night, all the Panthers can say they have.

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Bulldogs come up short of ending losing streak

CLARKSVILLE, Mo. -- The Louisiana football team's bid to end a 31-game losing streak came up short as the Bulldogs fell 44-38 against Clopton/Elsberry in a back-and-forth affair. The Bulldogs fell behind 14-0 after one quarter, but scored twice in the seco

Brown County wanting to raise game after last season
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Brown County wanting to raise game after last season

MOUNT STERLING, Ill. -- Tanner Sussenbach took last season's playoff loss as a learning tool. The rest of the Brown County football team did, too. Brown County saw its season end in the second round of the Class 2A playoffs...