KXEO Sports Report 10/16/21

The Mexico Bulldogs Football Team had a huge night at Hawthorne Heights last (Friday) with a 41-14 win against North Central Missouri Conference rival Moberly.

(Photo Credits To Eric Mattson)

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Anthony Shivers reached the end zone 5 times and put up 252 yards rushing. He also intercepted the ball twice.

 

And Senior Deacon Haag had a special moment on Senior Night. Deacon recovered a blocked punt and ran for 28 yards for a special team touchdown. The Bulldogs will play the regular season finale on the road in Warrenton next week. With a win Mexico could secure a number 1 seed in Districts.

In week 8 of Friday Night Lights of area high school football the Hannibal Pirates (8-0) earned a North Central Missouri Conference Championship defeating Marshall (1-7) 65-0.

Mexico Bulldogs (6-2) had a successful Senior Night taking out Moberly (2-6) 41-14.

Boonville (6-2) over Eldon (2-6) 50-22.

Blair Oaks (6-2) with a 71-34 win against Southern Boone (3-5).

Kirksville (5-3) shut out Fulton (0-7) 20-0.

The Bowling Green Bobcats pushed their record to a perfect 7-0 after defeating South Callaway (4-4) 62-14.

Palmyra (4-4) over South Shelby (2-6) 27-8.

Hallsville improved to 8-0 taking care of California (5-3) 46-6.

Capital City (1-7) loses to Winnetonka (5-3) 47-21.

Macon (4-4) outlasted Centralia (4-4) 28-22.

Jefferson City (4-4) in a shoot out beating Battle (4-3) 55-52.

Rock Bridge (4-4) wins the Providence Bowl over Hickman (2-7) 28-7.

Helias (7-1) 35-3 over Smith Cotton (1-7).

Louisiana (4-4) took care of Wright City (1-6) 26-15.

Mark Twain (7-1) bested North Callaway (4-3) 22-8.

MMA (1-7) was shut out by Crystal City (3-3) 52-0.

Monroe City (7-1) dominated Clark County (1-7) 58-16.

Montgomery County (5-3) handled Van-Far (0-8) 38-8.

Herculaneum (3-5) defeated Paris (1-7) 20-8.

Father Tolton (5-2) beat Cuba (0-8) 33-20.

The 3-3 Missouri Tigers at home today (Saturday) to face the 4-2, 21st ranked Texas A & M Aggies.

The Aggies are coming off a 41-38 win over Alabama last week.

While the Tigers beat North Texas 48-35 last week.

Mizzou has won two of the last three meetings against the Aggies. Kickoff is at 11.