Week 4 of Friday Nights Lights saw one of the biggest upsets of the season as the Boonville Pirates upended the Blair Oaks Falcons 41-35.
The state ranked Mexico Bulldogs improved to 4-0 and are 1-1 in the NCMC after defeating Marshall on the road 43-16.
California outlasted Osage 36-34.
Monroe City bested Centralia 44-6.
Battle over Hickman 35-22.
Hallsville improved to 4-0 after beating Eldon 34-20.
Hannibal crushed Fulton 62-12.
Harrisburg winners 44-14 against Westran.
Helias shut out Granite City, Illinois 49-0.
Jefferson City Jays dominated Smith-Cotton 49-0.
Kirksville 63 Moberly 22.
Louisiana picked up their first win of the season defeating Crystal City 48-28.
Mark Twain over MMA 56-6.
North Callaway with a successful homecoming and a shutout 56-0 against Van-Far.
Palmyra beat Brookfield 23-6.
Paris winners against Bayless 44-22.
South Callaway takes down Montgomery County 41-28.
South Shelby winners at home against Clark County 35-20.
Southern Boone defeated Versailles 24-20.
The Missouri Tigers will be back at Faurot Field today (Saturday) to play the South East Missouri Redhawks.
Both teams enter the matchup following losses last Saturday, and SEMO has yet to win a game this season.
It’s an early kickoff at 11.
The St. Louis Cardinals picked up a pivotal 8-2 win over the San Diego Padres at Busch Stadium last (Friday) night.
Dylan Carlson blasted a pair of home runs, the second was a grand slam in the 8th inning.
It was the first multi-homer game of Carlson’s career, and he became the first Cardinals rookie with 2 grand slams in a season.
St. Louis is now a game up on the Cincinnati Reds and 1 1/2 games ahead of the San Diego Padres for the second Wild Card spot.
The Kansas City Royals dropped their series opener against the Seattle Mariners 6-2 at the K.