KXEO Sports Report 10/2/21

(Photo Credits To Eric Mattson)

The 101st Highway 54 went to the Mexico Bulldogs by a score of 35-14. The Bulldogs improved to 5-1 and won their 9th straight Highway 54 Bowl against the Hornets. Andrew Runge put up 132 yards rushing with a touchdown. Anthony Shivers rushed for 103 with 2 touchdowns. Michael White had 69 yards and 2 scores. And it was Ty Sims rushing for 73 yards. Andrew Runge, Morgan Grubb and Matt McCurdy each had an interception.

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In other Week 6 Friday Nights Lights area High School Football games it was Brookfield upsetting Monroe City 14-6.

Blair Oaks big 71-36 over Eldon.

Bowling Green Bobcats remains undefeated after taking out North Callaway 56-6.

Helias shut out Jefferson City 31-0.

The Centralia Panthers with a successful Homecoming win against Highland 40-6.

Battle takes care of Smith-Cotton 56-6.

Jefferson City 66-31 against Hickman.

Rock Bridge loses to Liberty 59-30.

Hallsville improves to 6-0 on the season defeating Southern Boone 46-6.

Hannibal Pirates remains undefeated with a 41-0 win over Kirksville.

Louisiana takes out MMA 65-0.

Macon Tigers 42 South Shelby 26

Mark Twain bests Wright City 52-7.

Moberly win 20-6 against Marshall.

Montgomery County 42-28 over Greenville, Illinois.

Palmyra shuts out Clark County 41-0.

Fayette outlast Paris 60-30.

South Callaway records a 35-0 shut out against Van-Far.

The Missouri Tigers Football Team is back home in Columbia today against the Tennessee Volunteers.

It’s an early kickoff at Faurot Field at 11am.

The St. Louis Cardinals defeated the Chicago Cubs 4-3 in a walk-off victory last (Friday) night at Busch Stadium.

Paul Goldschmidt’s RBI single in the bottom of the ninth propelled the Redbirds to the win.

In his first start of the year Dakota Hudson threw five shutout innings.

And the red-hot Tyler O’Neill recorded a pair of home runs.

The Cardinals and Cubs are back at it tonight with a 6:15 first pitch.

The Kansas City Royals routed the Minnesota Twins 11-6 at the K.

Kansas City knocked around 15 hits as 8 of the 9 batters in the Royals lineup registered at least one hit.