Week 4 Football Roundup

Miss any of last night’s football action? Get caught up with all of the scores, recap, photos and videos in one place below.

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Week 4 Games

Webb City 38, Kickapoo 10 FINAL – CLICK FOR RECAPCLICK FOR PHOTOSCLICK FOR VIDEO
Kansas State commit Devrin Weathers with 164 yards and three touchdowns on 11 carries. Weathers has four straight 100-yard games. He has rushed for 638 yards and 12 TDs through four games. Webb City QB Cole Gayman started the game 4-for-6 for 56 yards and a touchdown thrown to classmate Mekhi Garrard.

West Plains 28, Camdenton 6 FINAL
Zizzers have now won 6 of last 8 against Camdenton, holding the Lakers to 13 or fewer points four times over that span.

Glendale 20, Bolivar 15 FINAL – CLICK FOR RECAPCLICK FOR PHOTOSCLICK FOR VIDEO
Bolivar has its 13-game winning streak snapped. Glendale QB Wyatt Andrews completed 29 of 50 attempts for 347 yards and three touchdowns. Chris Floyd finished with nine receptions for 165 yards and a score. Darrin Fugitt led the Bolivar offense with 165 yards on 27 carries

Rolla 35, Hillcrest 30 FINALCLICK FOR PHOTOSCLICK FOR VIDEO

Lebanon 55, Waynesville 20 FINAL
Will Christian picks up his 100th victory at Lebanon.

Branson 49, Neosho 15 FINAL
Back-to-back wins for the first time since 2016.

Joplin 49, Carl Junction 28 FINAL
Joplin senior RB Nathan Glades rushes for 166 yards and totals five touchdowns. Carl Junction QB Alex Baker completed 26 of his 40 attempts for 323 yards and a pair of touchdowns.

Nixa 35, Republic 7 FINAL – CLICK FOR PHOTOSCLICK FOR VIDEO

Ozark 42, Willard 14 FINAL – CLICK FOR PHOTOSCLICK FOR VIDEO
Senior QB Cannon Cox with four touchdowns for Ozark. Win snapped a 3-game losing streak vs. Willard. Hadn’t beaten Willard since 2016.

Mount Vernon 19, Aurora 6 FINAL – CLICK FOR VIDEO
MV has won 18 consecutive regular-season games. Neers’ have also won five straight against rival Aurora.

Cassville 43, Rogersville 6 FINAL – CLICK FOR RECAPCLICK FOR PHOTOS
Cassville tallied 397 rushing yards on 46 carries and only thew the ball four times. Jericho Farris rushed for 175 yards and two scores, Zach Coenen added 91 rushing yards and a touchdown, and quarterback Hayden Sink scored two touchdowns for the Wildcats in the win.

Hollister 27, Marshfield 24 FINAL – CLICK FOR VIDEO
First win against Marshfield since 2016.

East Newton 26, Seneca 13 FINAL
First regular-season road win for the Patriots since 2016. Had lost 26 of previous 27 regular-season road games.

Lamar 44, Nevada 28 FINAL – CLICK FOR PHOTOS

McDonald County 13, Monett 7 FINAL – CLICK FOR RECAPCLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS
Second 3-1 start since Kellen Hoover took over in 2017. Program had none from 2010-2016.

Strafford 34, Clever 7 FINAL – CLICK FOR PHOTOS

Fair Grove 36, Forsyth 20 FINAL

MV-BT/Liberty 26, Ava 18 FINAL
Ava had won 28 straight games against SCA opponents. Hadn’t lost a conference game 2016. Noah Jester with 154 receiving yards and two TDs for Liberty.

Mountain Grove 20, Willow Springs 0 FINAL – CLICK FOR PHOTOS
Grove’s fourth shutout of Willow Springs since 2016.

Thayer 48, Salem 6 FINAL – CLICK FOR PHOTOS
Bobcats have won 8 straight against Salem.

Rogers (Ark.) 43, Central 14 FINAL

Buffalo 47, Stockton 12 FINAL
First 4-0 start in more than a decade.

Pierce City 42, Ash Grove 35 FINAL – CLICK FOR VIDEO
Eagles win their 17th straight regular-season road game. PC has won five straight against Ash Grove.

Lockwood 59, Lincoln 0 FINAL – CLICK FOR PHOTOS
Senior RB Lane Dunlap with two touchdowns and a pair of interceptions. QB Max Schnelle with four total touchdowns. Lockwood HC Clay Lasater picks up win No. 100 for his career.

Marionville 85, Greenfield 0 FINAL
Marionville’s 71 first-half points is the sixth-most in MSHSAA history. The Comets 85 points is the 12-highest total in MSHSAA history for a single game.

Liberal 68, Pleasant Hope 0 FINAL

Windsor 26, Cabool 0 FINAL

Sarcoxie 28, Commerce (Okla.) 21 FINAL

Warsaw 52, Tipton 28 FINAL

Adrian 27, El Dorado Springs 18 FINAL

Greenland (Ark.) 50, Berryville 28 FINAL

Mountain Home 49, Batesville (Ark.) 45 FINAL
Bombers rally from a 17-point halftime deficit to earn back-to-back wins.

Skyline 41, Slater 7 FINAL
Tigers third 40-point game of the season, averaging 44.8 points per game in 2020. Skyline has scored at least 40 in 10 of its last 16 games.

Butler 41, Cole Camp 7 FINAL

Lighthouse Christian 44, Sweet Springs 14 FINAL