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Week 2 Football Games:
Springdale Har-Ber (Ark.) 42, Webb City 35 - FINAL
Webb City snaps their 46-game winning streak after losing their first game since 2009 to Springdale Har-Ber. The Cardinals also had won 91 straight regular season games before tonight's loss.
Nixa 28, Belton 14 - FINAL- CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS
The Eagles scored the go-ahead TD after Belton missed a snap in the second half which gave Nixa a 21-14 lead. Alec Murphy scored early on for Nixa after running for a 68-yard touchdown.
Hillcrest 43, Glendale 0 - FINAL- CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS
Caleb Boston nails 37-yd FG on final play of the third quarter, 36-0 Hillcrest over Glendale. Rush with four touchdowns, one pass, two rushes and one interception return through the first half. Juwan Johnson 22-yd TD run called back on hold, but Matt Rush scores from 24 yards on next play. Johnson with his 2nd interception, returns it 83 yards for the TD. Matt Rush marches Hillcrest down field, closes 97-yd drive with a 1-yd TD plunge. Matt Rush finds Juwan Johnson for 46-yard TD pass on first poessession.
Willard 42, Nevada 14 - FINAL - CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS
The Willard Tigers cruised by Nevada for their second win of the season.
MV-BT/Liberty 50, Springfield Catholic 7 - FINAL - CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS
Acklin dominated offensively again this week, collecting 45 yards rushing with three touchdowns, while throwing 10/16 for 126 total yards with with an additional two TDs and a defensive pick. Jaelon Acklin connects with James Denton for short touchdown pass to extend Liberty's lead. Acklin intercepts Jack Jones of Springfield Catholic. Eagles score on 9-yard pass from Acklin to younger brother Jansen.
Willow Springs 32, Springfield Central 18 - FINAL - CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS
Central scoring drive included sweet 40yrd catch and run from QB Brown to WR DeAngelo Harrison. Willow Springs gets long return from Dwayne Stanley on free kick. Stanley later gets 1yrd td run. Willow Springs blocks Central punt, leads to safety.
Ash Grove 50, Stockton 6 - FINAL - CLICK HERE FOR STORY The Ash Grove Pirates had their way with the Stockton Tigers and then some in a Mid-Lakes Conference battle of 1-0 teams Friday as the Pirates rolled to a 50-6 victory in Week Two. Ash Grove's defense held Stockton to under 100 yards of total offense.
Greenfield 19, Pierce City 7 - FINAL - CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS
Lane Hankins takes a screen pass 15 yards for a Greenfield score.
Camdenton 35, West Plains 15 - FINAL - CLICK HERE FOR PHOTOS
The Lakers thump the Zizzers at Bob Shore Stadium.
Ozark 66, Harrison (Ark.) 64 - FINAL
Pass from Clint Godfrey to Chase Ramsdell just gets across the goal line, and the Tigers clinch one a dramatic win over Harrison (Ark.). Ozark spikes, Tigers on the Harrison 20 with 8.8 seconds left. Harrison scores a TD after recovering an onside kick, taking the lead 64-60 with less than a minute to play. Ozark answers again as Caleb Essick scores from 12 yds. Harrison goes 65 yards in 12 plays for a TD. Brock Humphrey QB-Fumbles snap, almost sacked, throws to end zone, tipped and almost picked off by Ozark, caught on the ground by his twin brother Hunter Humphrey for TD to give HHS the lead with 20 seconds left in half. Ozark's Godfrey finds Chase Ramsdell for 55yd TD pass. McCamey Freese answers for Ozark with 51 yard kick return for touchdown. Harrison's Michael Evert rumbles 71 yards on 4th down. Caleb Essick 28 yd TD pass from Clint Godfrey and Ozark regains the lead with eight minutes left in the first half, which gives Essick 84 rushing yards and 28 receiving yards so far. Harrison takes 16-14 lead over Ozark after Jordan Reeves 30 yd FG. Less than five minutes into this Ozark/Harrison game and there are six penalties, two TDs and one fumble. Ozark responds in three snaps. Caleb Essick 47 yard run sets up two Quinton Wingert rushes. . After Ozark fumbled the opening kick away, Harrison's Michael Evert runs for a TD.
Cassville 45, McDonald County 7 - FINAL
Cassville's Prater responds with a 60-yard TD run to close the half. Gabe Kirk with a 46 yard TD pass to Cade Pendergraf for another Wildcat TD. Cassville takes three plays to score, and it's Brent Thompson from 2 yards out with the touchdown.
Bolivar 17, Branson 7 - FINAL
Bolivar's Jordan McFarlen nails a 29-yard field goal, extending the Liberator's lead over Branson, 17-7.
Joplin 38, Parkview 21 - FINAL
The Eagles improve to 2-0 on the season with a 17-point victory over the Vikings of Parkview. Joplin with 192 offensive yards with the Vikings only having 23 through the first half. Parkview's Connor Ratcliff goes 98 yds with the kickoff to cut Joplin's lead. 8 play drive capped by Tristan Ash's 6yd TD run for the Eagles. Joplin stalls inside the 5-yard line, settles for Brock Renken's 24yd FG.
Reeds Spring 41, Green Forest (Ark.) 28 - FINAL
Green Forest gets a TD and a 2-pt conversion to cut the Reeds Spring lead to 34-28 with 3:04 to go. Green Forest makes a field goal and recovers an onside kick. 4:52 to go in the game and Reeds Spring leads 34-20. After a blocked punt, Green Forest with a 33 yard TD strike to cut the Reeds Spring lead to 21-10. Green Forest kicker Eric Perez nails a 47 yard FG to end the half. Reeds Spring leads 21-3 at the break. Noah Cherry catches a Flaugh pass and runs it for a 15-yard TD. Flaugh scores again, this time from 2 yards out. Easton Flaugh with a 28 yard TD run for Reeds Spring to lead Green Forest early in the second quarter.
Lamar 56, Seneca 22 - FINAL
Seneca's QB Peyton Rawlins fires a pass to RB Daxton Graham, who carried the ball 87 yards for a TD. Lamar runs the punt to back for the TD midway through the first half. Lamar scores from 1-yard out, taking first lead of the game midway through the first quarter.
Mountain Grove 60, Hollister 18 - FINAL
Mountain Grove rolled Hollister thanks in large part to the offensive performances of both Gavin Bolin and Ricky Healy, who each scored three touchdowns in the Panther's win.
Monett 28, Neosho 25 - FINAL
Monett's QB Zach Hammond concluded the night with three TDs, passing for two touchdowns and rushing in one. Austin Hailey connects with McKee on a 15 yd TD pass and Neosho ties it at 13. Neosho muffs kickoff and Monett returns it for a TD on second play of the game.
Republic 40, Marshfield 30 - FINAL
A 47-yd run by Republic's Josh Vaughn gives the Tigers a 26-8 lead. Republic scores on a 9-yd run by Colton Peltz.
Lebanon 21, Waynesville 14 - FINAL
Elza Evans finishes the night with 133 yards on 27 carries. With 20 seconds left in the game, Nick Piercy intercepts a Waynesville pass for a 80-yard TD return. Waynesville is on the board after a 15-yard TD run. Lebanon put 7 points on the board on a touchdown pass from Luke Winfrey to Dylan Bradshaw.
Aurora 34, East Newton 13 - FINAL
Colby Thomas hits a 37 yard field goal for East Newton with 24 seconds to play in the half. East Newton takes the lead, 7-6, with 3:13 left in the half on a 1 yard scramble by Rocky Liveoak.
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