If Ken Turner said it once he said it 100 times.
Jackson Overton forgot his knee pads.
TROY, Ill. — Triad High didn’t have to look far to find its new football coach.
East St. Louis senior right tackle Miles McVay is the Post-Dispatch All-Metro football offensive player of the year.
Cardinal Ritter senior safety Marvin Burks Jr. is the Post-Dispatch All-Metro football defensive player of the year.
The 2022 Post-Dispatch All-Metro fall series concludes with football. Check out 93 of the area's best players, all in one place.
BELLEVILLE — Will Nicholson is eager to get back on the football field.
Fredrick Moore has battled at the line of scrimmage with some of the nation's best and won.
TOWN AND COUNTRY — Lucas McAllister knew this day would come.
St. Mary’s seniors Jamal Roberts and Donovan McIntosh are best friends.
The recruiting process never stops.
ALTON — Eric Dickerson was the head football coach at Alton High from 2015-21. On Thursday, Dickerson was promoted to the same role at nearby Alton Marquette.
The Lions captured the Class 3 football title and finished 14-0 after near misses in recent seasons
The Vikings finished 14-0 with a complete performance befitting of their dominant season in the Class 5 title game.
Dragons roll to another title in what could be their final season.
The Lions are one victory from claiming the first football state championship in program history.
The Vikings face Fort Osage at 7 p.m. Friday in the Class 5 title game at Faurot Field. It's their first state final appearance since 2012.
The last weekend of the high school football season has arrived. Check out tidbits on each of the three championship games involving area teams, including one featuring conference rivals.
The Crusaders grew through the rigors of a four-game losing streak and are in a state final for the first time.
The Dragons pulled out tough games in their last two postseason games to earn a shot at another title.
Paul Bassler led the Knights to 17 playoff berths and 11 league titles
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.
CARTHAGE — If there was any fear of a hangover from a 266-mile bus ride, Kendall Gurley put them to rest.
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 Cadets blocked a field goal attempt late in regulation and staved off Lee's Summit North in Class 6 title game.