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Stanberry 80, Sacred Heart 40
North Andrew 74, King City 42
Stanberry and North Andrew are facing each other for the fifth straight year in the Show Me Bowl. Stanberry won in 2012 and 2015, North Andrew in ’13 and ’14.
Penney 48, Plattsburg 21
Trinity Catholic 53, Malden 13
McCluer South- Berkeley 34, Blair Oaks 10
Ladue Horton Watkins 31, Central (Cape Girardeau) 28
Parkway North 17, Parkway West 7
Harrisonville 27, Webb City 21
Webb City’s attempt at making it to the semifinals for the 9th straight year ends. It’s the first win for the Wildcats over Webb City in program history. Joe Bowers went up the middle untouched 54 yards for a touchdown that put Harrisonville up 27-14 early in the fourth quarter. Webb City scored on the next possession, and had one last shot and mounted a 78-yard drive that ended on the Wildcats’ 25 in the closing minutes.
Vianney 63, Chaminade 44
First time since 1968 that Vianney heads to the state semifinals after knocking off top ranked Chaminade.
Staley 42, Park Hill South 21
Julian Ross scored four touchdowns.
Ft. Zumwalt North 52, Glendale 22Ft. Zumwalt North senior quarterback and safety Cade Brister had two interceptions that led directly to points and added a third interception at the end of the first half. On offense, Brister rushed 27 times for 177 yards and five touchdowns. He was 6-of-9 passing for 67 yards.
Kirkwood 24, Rockhurst 17
After a four-hour bus ride down I-70, Kirkwood advances to the Class 6 championship. Kirkwood’s Reece Goddard becomes the school’s all-time passing yardage leader, pushing his career total to 4,531.
Blue Springs 35, Christian Brothers College 21
It will be the third state championship appearance for Blue Springs in the past five seasons and the first since it won back-to-back titles in 2012 and 2013. CBC had its string of 28 consecutive home wins snapped. The last team to beat the Cadets on their home field was De Smet on November 9, 2012.