Potosi High School senior Blake Coleman recently signed a National Letter of Intent to play football and continue his education at NAIA program Missouri Baptist University, located in Creve Coeur, Mo. Coleman received MAFC all-conference Honorable Mention last fall as a three-year starting q…
North County High School senior Jobe Smith recently signed a National Letter of Intent to play NCAA Division II football and continue his education at Southwest Baptist University, located in Bolivar, Mo. Smith has twice earned Class 4 all-state distinction as a running back, and holds every…
North County High School senior Andrew Civey recently signed a National Letter of Intent to play NCAA Division I football and continue his education at Southeast Missouri State University, located in Cape Girardeau. Civey registered 49 tackles with 2 ½ sacks, and made four touchdown receptio…
The Missouri Football Coaches Association has recognized the undeniable talent that elevated Central and Valle Catholic as two of best teams in all of MSHSAA Class 3 this season.
Two of the best football games in the region this season occurred six weeks apart at Fr. John Dempsey Field between new conference rivals Central and Valle Catholic.
PARK HILLS – Central receivers Jobe Bryant and Kannon Harlow naturally lowered their heads in brief moments of exasperation after potential touchdown passes slipped from their fingertips.
STE. GENEVIEVE – Central football coach Kory Schweiss spent time ahead of an anticipated rematch with Valle Catholic issuing constant reminders of what could have been.
The North County football team recently wrapped its season with an 8-3 record after finishing second to Hillsboro in the MAFC Red Division.
STE. GENEVIEVE – The Valle Catholic football team scored on eight of its 24 offensive plays during the first half, and stifled Kennett for the second time in three weeks on Friday night.
BONNE TERRE – A resilient second half was not enough to save the North County football season from a disastrous and lackluster start Friday night.
FARMINGTON – Three separate players rushed for triple-digit yardage as the Farmington football team snapped a four-game losing streak on Friday night.
PARK HILLS – Central football coach Kory Schweiss saw an opportunity for two of his dependable senior linemen to have an extra moment in the spotlight.
KENNETT, Mo. – With Valle Catholic leading rusher Bryce Giesler kept out of the lineup in a game-time decision, senior receiver Sam Drury stepped up to become the primary weapon of choice.
PARK HILLS – The explosive Central offense exploited open spaces while its swarming defense left minimal running room for outmatched Farmington on Friday night.
SULLIVAN, Mo. – Avoiding further injuries became the one glaring positive for North County during an otherwise ragged conclusion to its regular season.
FESTUS, Mo. – Senior quarterback Aiden Boyer has wanted to expand his contributions on the football field to the defensive side. Wyatt Springkamper was simply delighted to be out there again.
DEXTER, Mo. – Special teams helped the Central football team overcome three lost fumbles during a convincing 42-13 victory at Dexter on Friday night.
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BONNE TERRE – Jobe Smith celebrated with his fellow North County seniors by again leaving his mark all over the football field on Thursday night.
BONNE TERRE – Zane Huff rushed for two touchdowns, Dane McCoy had two defensive takeaways, and the North County football team defeated Windsor 55-12 to celebrate Homecoming on Friday night.
POPLAR BLUFF, Mo. – Farmington capped an improbable comeback last season against Poplar Bluff by executing a decisive wingback pass for a touchdown as time expired.
STE. GENEVIEVE – The Valle Catholic football team stayed committed to its reliable rushing attack, and withstood a flurry of staggering blows from invigorated Central on Friday night.
FESTUS, Mo. – North County regrouped after yielding touchdowns on the first three Festus drives, and rallied for a 30-20 conference victory on Friday night.
BONNE TERRE – The prospect of losing all-state running back and linebacker Jobe Smith for a significant amount of time could be chilling for the North County football team.
PARK HILLS – The Central defensive front made an emphatic statement with an initial red-zone stand, and shut down a previously rolling Ste. Genevieve rushing attack on Friday night.