FINAL 2023 MISSOURI HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL RANKINGS-

CLASS 6
RANK, TEAM, REC., PTS., LW
1. LIBERTY NORTH (9), 13-1, 90, 2
2. ROCKHURST, 11-2, 75, 5
3. LEE’S SUMMIT NORTH, 10-1, 72, 1
4. CBC, 11-3, 59, 6
T5. DESMET, 10-2, 48, T3
T5. NIXA, 11-1, 48, T3
7. OAK PARK, 11-1, 40, 7
T8. JACKSON, 10-2, 23, 8
T8. LEE’S SUMMIT WEST, 8-3, 23, 10
10. ROCK BRIDGE, 9-3, 7, NR
DROPPED OUT: NO. 9 SECKMAN
ALSO RECEIVING VOTES: SECKMAN (10-1), 6; FRANCIS HOWELL (9-3), 2; LIBERTY (7-4), 2

CLASS 5
RANK, TEAM, REC., PTS., LW
1. CARDINAL RITTER (9), 14-0, 90, 1
2. REPUBLIC, 12-3, 77, 7
3. WEBB CITY, 10-3, 67, 6
4. JEFFERSON CITY HELIAS, 10-2, 62, 3
5. GRAIN VALLEY, 10-2, 55, 2
6. LEBANON, 10-1, 44, 4
7. CAPE GIRARDEAU CENTRAL, 10-4, 30, NR
8. MICDS, 9-3, 18, 10
9. PLATTE COUNTY, 9-3, 17, 9
10. ROCKWOOD SUMMIT, 10-1, 16, 5
DROPPED OUT: NO. 8 ST. DOMINIC
ALSO RECEIVING VOTES: EUREKA (8-5), 9; ST. DOMINIC (10-1), 9; FT. ZUMWALT NORTH (8-5), 1

CLASS 4
RANK, TEAM, REC., PTS., LW
1. KEARNEY (9), 13-2, 90, 4
2. HILLSBORO, 12-2, 79, 3
3. LUTHERAN NORTH, 11-2, 66, 2
4. SMITHVILLE, 9-2, 63, 1
5. HANNIBAL, 11-2, 52, 5
T6. NEVADA, 9-3, 36, 8
T6. WARRENTON, 11-1, 36, 6
8. JEFFERSON CITY, 9-5, 24, NR
9. PLEASANT HILL, 9-2, 23, 7
10. MCDONALD COUNTY, 8-5, 8, NR
DROPPED OUT: NO. 9 PARKWAY NORTH, NO. 10 GRANDVIEW
ALSO RECEIVING VOTES: PARKWAY NORTH (8-2), 7; FESTUS (8-4), 5; SAVANNAH (7-4), 5; BOLIVAR (7-4), 1

CLASS 3
RANK, TEAM, REC., PTS., LW
1. PARK HILLS CENTRAL (9), 11-3, 90, NR
2. SENECA, 13-1, 79, 2
3. BLAIR OAKS, 11-2, 74, 1
4. ST. PIUS X, 11-3, 60, 6
5. MARYVILLE, 9-2, 45, 3
6. AVA, 11-1, 40, 4
7. MT. VERNON, 10-2, 32, 7
8. ODESSA, 9-3, 23, 8
9. MOBERLY, 9-3, 22, 9
10. ST. FRANCIS BORGIA, 9-3, 13, NR
DROPPED OUT: NO. 5 CENTRALIA, NO. 10 SOUTHERN BOONE
ALSO RECEIVING VOTES: CENTRALIA (9-2), 10; SOUTHERN BOONE (8-3), 7

CLASS 2
RANK, TEAM, REC., PTS., LW
1. LAMAR (9), 13-1, 90, 1
2. VALLE CATHOLIC, 12-2, 76, 4
3. BOWLING GREEN, 13-1, 61, 5
4. ADRIAN, 11-1, 57, 6
5. LAFAYETTE COUNTY, 12-1, 51, 3
6. FAIR GROVE, 12-1, 49, 9
7. EAST BUCHANAN, 11-1, 48, 2
8. FATHER TOLTON, 11-1, 26, 8
9. SOUTH SHELBY, 10-1, 23, 7
10. LIFT FOR LIFE, 8-5, 5 NR
DROPPED OUT: NO. 10 MONROE CITY
ALSO RECEIVING VOTES: ST. MICHAEL (9-3), 4; MID BUCHANAN (8-4), 2; NEW MADRID COUNTY CENTRAL (8-1), 2; WARSAW (8-4), 1

CLASS 1
RANK, TEAM, REC., PTS., LW
1. MARIONVILLE (9), 14-0, 45, 1
2. PORTAGEVILLE, 10-2, 32, 2
3. NORTH PLATTE, 12-2, 29, 3
4. MILAN, 11-2, 16, 4
5. ST. VINCENT, 9-4, 11 NR
DROPPED OUT: NO. 5 TIPTON
ALSO RECEIVING VOTES: PENNEY (7-5), 1; TIPTON (8-3), 1

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL MONDAY-

EUGENE 69 BLAIR OAKS 47

LA MONTE 65 TUSCUMBIA 61

WEAUBLEAU 79 OSCEOLA 37

NEW BLOOMFIELD 64 BELLE 62

TONIGHT- MARSHFIELD AT LEBANON 7:30 ON KJEL

GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL MONDAY-

CAPITAL CITY 48 LEBANON 45

THE LADY CAVALIERS TOOK HOME A DOWN TO THE FINAL MOMENTS NON-CONFERENCE VICTORY FROM BOSWELL AUDITORIUM ON KJEL….CAPITAL CITY LED MOST OF THE NIGHT, INCLUDING A 9 POINT MARGIN IN THE FOURTH QUARTER BEFORE L.H.S. MADE A PUSH TO GET IT TIED AT ONE POINT…..BODIE COX AND MADISON MYERS EACH FURNISHED THIRTEEN POINTS FOR THE LADY JACKETS..COACH BRIAN DECKER SAID SOME MISSED OPPORTUNITIES TURNED OUT TO BE THE DIFFERENCE…

DANIJAH FLUELLEN LED THE VISITORS WITH 14 POINTS…CAPITAL CITY WAS ABLE TO SURVIVE 26 TURNOVERS TO IMPROVE TO 2-3 ON THE SEASON…LEBANON IS 1-4 AND BACK ON THE HOME FLOOR THURSDAY NIGHT WITH ELDON IN A GAME YOU’LL HEAR ON KJEL….

OTHER GIRLS FINALS MONDAY-

MOUNTAIN GROVE 53 HARTVILLE 49

WAYNESVILLE 64 NEWBURG 33

RICHLAND 54 OSAGE 53

VIENNA 61 PLATO 27

ST. ELIZABETH 75 CALVARY LUTHERAN 26

CLIMAX SPRINGS 52 EUGENE 22

SPARTA 57 MANSFIELD 26

TUSCUMBIA 50 LA MONTE 48

FATIMA 60 ELDON 35

MEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL TONIGHT-

MISSOURI STATE AT MIDDLE TENNESSEE

NHL MONDAY-

ST. LOUIS 2 LAS VEGAS 1 (OT)

THE BLUES PICKED UP A WIN ON THE ROAD OVER THE DEFENDING STANLEY CUP CHAMPS…PAVEL BUCHNEVICH SCORED THE GAME-WINNING GOAL IN THE FIRST MINUTE OF THE EXTRA PERIOD. ALEXEY TOROPCHENKO ALSO LIT THE LAMP FOR ST. LOUIS, AND JORDAN BINNINGTON MADE 33 SAVES IN THE VICTORY FOR COACH CRAIG BERUBE.

 

THE BLUES ARE IN FIFTH-PLACE IN THE CENTRAL DIVISION WITH 27 POINTS AND A 13-10-AND-1 RECORD. THEY HOST VEGAS IN A REMATCH TOMORROW NIGHT AT THE ENTERPRISE CENTER AT 8:07…..
(COURTESY MISSOURINET)