Week 4 Football Roundup

Miss any of the action from Week 4? Get caught up with all of the scores, recaps, photos & videos below. See the top plays of the week in the video above.

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Games Involving Ranked Teams

No. 2 Camdenton 88, Central 0 – FINAL – CLICK FOR PHOTOS
Camdenton senior QB Paxton DeLaurent had a historic first half, going 29-29 for 415 yards and a school-record eight (8!!) touchdowns.
No. 2 Pierce City 46, Ash Grove 0 – FINAL – CLICK FOR PHOTOSCLICK FOR VIDEO
No. 3 Joplin 55, Republic 7 – FINAL – CLICK FOR PHOTOS
South Dakota State commit Isaiah Davis rushed for 147 yards and four touchdowns on just nine carries. Mataou James added 84 yards on seven carries. Zach Westmoreland chipped in 61 yards from scrimmage and a score.
No. 3 Carthage 55, Neosho 0 – FINAL – CLICK FOR PHOTOS
No. 3 Webb City 42, Branson 0 – FINAL
No. 3 Thayer 36, Salem 0 – FINAL – CLICK FOR PHOTOS
No. 4 Mt. Vernon 30, Reeds Spring 0 – FINAL – CLICK FOR PHOTOS
Monett 28, No. 5 Lamar 7 – FINAL – CLICK FOR PHOTOSCLICK FOR VIDEOCLICK FOR RECAP
No. 6 West Plains 40, Kickapoo 19 – FINAL
West Plains senior RB Brayden Lidgard continued his push towards 7,000 career rushing yards with 198 and three touchdowns against Kickapoo. Chiefs senior QB Cross Elmquist passed for 260 yards and three touchdowns in the loss.
Seneca 28, No. 7 Cassville 21 – FINAL – CLICK FOR PHOTOSCLICK FOR VIDEO
No. 7 Ava 50, MV-BT/Liberty 14 – FINAL
Bears have now won 21 straight SCA games dating back to 2016. The last SCA opponent to beat them was MV-BT/Liberty. Ava hasn’t lost a road SCA game since Sep. 11, 2015.
No. 9 Lebanon 40, Glendale 20 – FINAL – CLICK FOR VIDEOCLICK FOR PHOTOSCLICK FOR RECAP
No. 1 Lincoln 40, Windsor 14 – FINAL

Other Area Games

Ozark 20, Nixa 14 – FINAL – CLICK FOR PHOTOSCLICK FOR VIDEOCLICK FOR RECAP
Willard 48, Carl Junction 6 – FINAL – CLICK FOR PHOTOS

Waynesville 53, Hillcrest 13 – FINAL – CLICK FOR VIDEOCLICK FOR PHOTOS
Waynesville senior RB Shen Butler-Lawson with 254 yards and four touchdowns on just 12 carries. Butler-Lawson currently holds an offer from Purdue.
Rolla 34, Parkview 6 – FINAL – CLICK FOR PHOTOSCLICK FOR RECAP
Rogersville 21, Aurora 18 – FINAL – CLICK FOR PHOTOSCLICK FOR VIDEO
Catholic 38, Marshfield 28 – FINAL
Hollister 20, McDonald County 6 – FINAL

East Newton 35, Nevada 8 – FINAL
Congrats to Kyle Wood on his first win at East Newton. The Patriots snapped a 25-game losing streak tonight, scoring their highest total since 2016. East Newton had lost their first three games of the season by a combined 15 points.
Fair Grove 55, Forsyth 8 – FINAL – CLICK FOR PHOTOS
Eagles are off to a 4-0 start for the third time in the last four seasons.
Strafford 54, Stockton 14 – FINAL
Cabool 24, Houston 20 – FINAL – CLICK FOR VIDEO
Cabool sophomore RB Braxton Davis led the way with 215 yards and two touchdowns.
Willow Springs 14, Mountain Grove 7 – FINAL – CLICK FOR PHOTOS
Friday marks the first time since 2004 that Willow Springs beat Mountain Grove.
Miller 50, Diamond 13 – FINAL – CLICK FOR VIDEO
Sarcoxie 48, Pleasant Hope 0 – FINAL
Marionville 72, Greenfield 6 – FINAL
Lockwood 39, Jasper 8 – FINAL
Lockwood junior QB Max Schnelle went Lamar Jackson on Jasper, passing for 145 yards and rushing for 108 yards with two touchdowns through the air and two more on the ground. Classmate Jamie Kramer added 62 rushing yards and 54 receiving yards for two total touchdowns.
Bolivar 59, Marshall 3 – FINAL
Bolivar is 4-0 for the first time since 2013. The Liberators, led by All-American Rafe Peavey, went to the Class 4 Quarterfinals that season.
El Dorado Springs 38, Cole Camp 19 – FINAL
Warsaw 28, Sherwood 0 – FINAL
Buffalo 48, Butler 8 – FINAL
Skyline 42, Archie 26 – FINAL
Lighthouse Christian 52, Riverton (Kan.) 35 – FINAL
North Andrew 62, Osceola 20 – FINAL – CLICK FOR VIDEO
Green Forest (Ark.) 14, West Fork (Ark.) 13 – FINAL
Berryville (Ark.) 43, Yellville-Summit 6 – FINAL