The Dragons rallied from a 16-point deficit in the second half to move one victory from a second successive championship.
The Lions advanced to their first championship game since 2018 after semifinal losses the last two seasons.
O'FALLON, Mo. — St. Dominic junior Jackson Nickodym always will remember his first varsity touchdown.
The Flyers trailed early and then rolled to their first title since 2019 by scoring the most points ever in a Class 6A title game.
The Cadets blocked a field goal attempt late in regulation and staved off Lee's Summit North in Class 6 title game.
CARTHAGE — If there was any fear of a hangover from a 266-mile bus ride, Kendall Gurley put them to rest.
GOWER — Less than a mile from East Buchanan High, a sign reads, “Welcome to Gower: A Nice Place to Call Home.”
EAST ST. LOUIS — Robert “Pops” Battle made a promise last November.
WASHINGTON, Mo. — Many of the faces are new, but the University City boys basketball team is right back in a familiar early-season spot.
WASHINGTON, Mo. — Grant Schroeder didn't need a whole lot of extra motivation for Friday night's game.
Franky Erxleben is having a hard time going out unnoticed in his hometown of Sullivan recently.
A breakdown of state championships and semifinals in Illinois and Missouri, all scheduled for Saturday.
Dylan Van plays his role to perfection, one reason the CBC football team is on the verge of repeating as Missouri's Class 6 state champion.
Webster Groves kept the annual rivalry game close for a quarter before the Pioneers pulled away.
Thomas Pulliam worked on his backpedaling technique as he prepared for his role in the St. Dominic secondary.
TROY, Ill. — McGrady Noyes doesn’t feel pressure to lead the Triad Knights’ offense.
Schedules and scores for the Illinois and Missouri high school football postseason.
KIRKWOOD — Tuesday was jersey day at Kirkwood High and Jeremy Maclin broke out a special one.
MASCOUTAH — Adam Rimar went into fourth-quarter attack mode Tuesday.
ST. CHARLES — Nik Pugh had some ice water in his veins late Tuesday night.
ST. CHARLES — Come Thanksgiving, Lorelei Oetting will have some bragging rights at the family dinner table.
WELDON SPRING – Every day Ethan Bryles’ heart breaks all over again.
LEMONT — TaRyan Martin left his sleeves at home Saturday.
Krew Rekart came in late in regulation because of an injury and then shined when the Class 3 championship was on the line.
The Cadets trailed Liberty North 14-12 at halftime before dominating the second half of the semifinal showdown in suburban Kansas City.