HANNIBAL, Mo. -- Will Whitaker will leave the Hannibal football program as arguably the best wide receiver to play for the Pirates. The senior set the program's single-season reciving yard record with 755 yards as a junior, and already has 734 this season.
MICDS at Hannibal What: Class 4 quarterfinal game When: 1 p.m. Saturday Where: Porter Stadium, Hannibal, Mo. Radio: 1070 KMHO AM Records: MICDS 11-1 (4-1 Metro League); Hannibal 9-3 (5-0 North Central Missouri Confernce). Coaches: Matt Buha (34-13 at MIC
QUINCY -- No one needs to question why Jirehl Brock was excluded from the all-state teams this time around. The record-setting Quincy High School running back earned an honor he rightly deserved, being named first-team all-state in Class 6A...
CAMP POINT, Ill. -- For all the success the Central football team has enjoyed in the last decade, a state championship game appearance still eludes the program. The Panthers hope that changes Saturday. "That would mean so much to our community and everythi
KAHOKA, Mo. -- The first thing London Brunk noticed when watching tape of Blair Oaks was how efficiently the state top-ranked Class 2 team runs its offense. "They can move the ball when they want to," said Brunk, a senior defensive back/quarterback for the
Central at Argenta-Oreana What: Class 1 semifinal game When: 1 p.m. Saturday Where: Argenta-Oreana High School, Argenta, Ill. Records: Central 11-1 (4-1 Western Illinois Valley Conference North Division); Argenta-Oreana 12-0 (5-0 Little Okaw Valley Confer
Blair Oaks at Clark County What: Class 2 quarterfinal game When: 1 p.m. Saturday Where: Clark County High School, Kahoka, Mo. Radio: KMEM 100.5 FM Records: Blair Oaks 12-0 (7-0 Tri-County Conference); Clark County 10-2 (5-2 Clarence Cannon Conference). Co
CAMP POINT, Ill. -- A heads-up play was symbolic for the way things went for the Central football team in the first half. Central senior quarterback Eric Jones threw a 30-yard touchdown pass to Collin Sally with less than two minutes remaining in the secon
MONROE CITY, Mo. -- The halfback pass has been worked on during the Clark County football practices during the last few weeks. The Indians found the perfect time to run it Friday night. Facing fourth and 14 from the Monroe City 30-yard line and a minute le
ST. PETERS, Mo. -- When a 13-point lead evaporated in the span of 78 seconds Friday night, the Hannibal football players a decision to make. Give up or give 'em heck. How could a Mark St. Clair-coached team choose anything but the latter?