Twelve high school football teams are still alive in the Missouri state playoffs. They will all head to the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis this weekend, with dreams of winning a state championship. Three games are on the schedule for today, with three more on tap for Saturday. The action gets started at noon today as Blair Oaks and Cameron meet for the Class 2 championship. Blair Oaks is 13-0 on the season. Cameron enters with a record of 11-2. This is the first championship game appearance for both teams. In Class 4, Webb City battles Clayton in the title game, which will kickoff around 3:15 this afternoon. The Cardinals are 12-0, and will be looking for the school’s seventh state football title. Clayton is 12-1 and looking for the first state championship in school history. Tonight at 7:05, Missouri’s big schools battle it out as Columbia Hickman faces Hazelwood East in the Class 6 championship game. The two teams met back on Oct. 8 in Columbia. Hickman won 23-8. The Kewpies sport a record of 10-1, and are looking for their first football title since 1974. Hazelwood East comes in with a record of 9-3.