CAMP POINT, Ill. -- The final play might race through Zach Rankin's mind before he goes to bed Friday night. From the Beardstown 2-yard line, the Central football team's quarterback ran a bootleg to the right side -- while the scoreboard's horn went off sig
MENDON, Ill. -- The Brown County football team scored four touchdowns in the final 17 minutes to rally for a 35-21 Western Illinois Valley Conference North Division victory over Unity-Payson on Friday night. The Hornets, ranked No. 4 in the Class 1A state
MONROE CITY, Mo. -- Cole Pennewell ran for 239 yards and three touchdowns to lead Monroe City past Brookfield 36-14 Friday in a Clarence Cannon Conference game. Pennewell broke off a 46-yard touchdown run for the only score of the first quarter to put the
QUINCY -- T.J. Daniels might not have understood why the Quincy University football coaching staff wanted to change his role, but he wasn't going to balk at their decision. A captain should have an anything-for-the-team mentality.
Scouting the Hawks: The inefficient effort offensively in last week's 7-3 victory over Lincoln may not have been a total surprise to the coaching staff, based largely on how the Hawks practiced in the days leading up to the game. This week, it's been a di
LOUISIANA, Mo. -- Late Wednesday night, Louisiana athletic director Ryan Griffin received a phone call that changed what had been a half-century affiliation with Northeast Missouri schools. The Bulldogs officially were bound...
West Hancock at QND When: 7 p.m. Where: Advance Physical Therapy Field Records: West Hancock -- 4-0. QND -- 2-2. Radio: ESPN 1440 AM, WGEM 98.9 FM. Last meeting: September 23, 2016 -- West Hancock 56, QND 42. The Titans scored 26 straight points in the fourt
Scouting the Rocks: Rock Island got bowled over in last week's WB6 opener, allowing Alleman's John West to run for 152 yards and two scores and the Pioneers to rush for 316 yards total in a 35-21 victory. The Rocks have allowed 1,070 yards rushing through
QUINCY -- A.J. Miller can think of only one person to credit for helping the retooled Quincy High School offensive line find its chemistry. "Coach Wildrick," Miller said. "No doubt, Coach Wildrick." After losing two starters to injury in the Week 1 loss...
CLASS 6 1. CBC (12), 4-1 2. Blue Springs (2), 4-1 3. Kirkwood, 4-1 4. Rockhurst, 5-0 5. Jefferson City, 4-1 6. Hazelwood Central, 5-0 7. Lee's Summit, 4-1 8. Springfield Kickapoo, 4-1 9. Raymore-Peculiar, 4-1 10. Eureka, 4-1 Dropped out: No. 9 SLUH Also r