MONROE CITY, Mo. -- There's a notion that quarterbacks in a Wing-T offense simply hand the football to the fullback or running back. Monroe City's Blake Hays doesn't fit that stereotype.
MONROE CITY, Mo. -- Nehemiah Batsell remembers the feeling watching the Monroe City football team beat Lincoln in last year's Class 1 state semifinal game at Lankford Field.
MONROE CITY, Mo. -- Blake Hays and Monroe City football coach David Kirby enjoyed the moment for a split second. Fullback Cole Pennewell punched in a 6-yard touchdown run that put the Panthers ahead by two touchdowns over East Buchanan. Monroe City was 41
MONROE CITY, Mo. -- There was no wild celebration this time. Instead, there were a few hugs before the Monroe City football team formed a line to shake hands with East Buchanan after winning Saturday's Class 1 state semifinal game 28-14 at Lankford Field a
KAHOKA, Mo. -- The Clark County football team knew it was in a place not many outside the program expected. The Indians couldn't keep their surprise playoff run last one more week. Clark County fell behind by three touchdowns early to Lafayette County and
MONROE CITY, Mo. -- Zach Osborn has heard the myth that Clarence Cannon Conference schools struggle to defend spread offenses. "We know towns outside of the CCC think we're just run heavy," said Osborn, a junior running back for the Panthers. "But there's
East Buchanan at Monroe City What: Class 1 semifinal game When: 1 p.m. Saturday Where: Lankford Field, Monroe City, Mo. Radio: KRES 104.7 FM Records: East Buchanan -- 11-2 (6-1 Kansas City Interscholastic Conference). Monroe City 13-0 (8-0 Clarence Cannon
Lafayette County at Clark County What: Class 2 semifinal game When: 2 p.m. Saturday Where: Clark County High School, Kahoka, Mo. Radio: KMEM 100.5 FM Records: Lafayette County -- 13-0 (5-0 Missouri River Valley Conference East Division). Clark County -- 9-4
KAHOKA, Mo. -- London Brunk admits he didn't think earlier this fall going to football practice the week before Thanksgiving was unlikely. Clark County was 1-4 after suffering a Week 5 loss to Clarence Cannon Conference rival Palmyra. "We always want to go
WARSAW, Ill. -- There was a shared sentiment from both sidelines following the West Hancock football team's Class 2A quarterfinal game against Maroa-Forsyth. The better team Saturday didn't win to advance to the state semifinals.