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Defensive adjustment pays dividends for Webb City
The Helias Crusaders had little trouble moving the ball against Webb City’s defense on a seven-play, game-opening touchdown drive.
Quad Squad: Webb City notches fourth straight state title
Call them the Quad Squad.
2 senior starters return for Carl Junction boys basketball team
Kyle Williams, boys basketball coach at Carl Junction High School, expects the Bulldogs to field another championship caliber team.
Apache ousts Afton from Class A playoffs
Apache knocked Afton out of the Class A state playoffs with a 48-7 vicory Friday night.
Cornman, Mareth lead Purdy to season-opening victory
Brent Cornman and Alex Mareth turned in strong performances to help Purdy High School open its basketball season by beating visiting Springfield Greenwood 49-46 on Tuesday night.
Final: Lamar 42, Lawson 0
The Lamar Tigers captured their third consecutive Missouri Class 2 state championship on Friday, using their trademark rushing attack in a 42-0 win over Lawson at the Edward Jones Dome.
Final: Webb City 28, Helias Catholic 14
The Webb City Cardinals captured their fourth consecutive Class 4 state championship with a 28-14 win against Helias Christian on Saturday at the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis.
Seneca moves past 0-2 start
Two weeks into Seneca’s season, the Indians were still looking for their first win.
Lamar seeks third straight state title
The Lamar Tigers entered the 2013 season with huge expectations. Of course, the Tigers were the two-time defending state champions and returned many key players from those teams.
Webb City tests Helias in rematch
Webb City has been a monster nemesis for Jefferson City Helias Catholic in the MSHSAA Class 4 football playoffs.
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