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Junior quarterback Blake Micek hit senior wide out Marsean Fisher on a pair of scoring tosses in the opening 5 minutes, 58 seconds to kick-start Lafayette to a 47-0 win over Parkway South in a Suburban West American Division contest.

The pair connected on a 55-yard toss just over two minutes into the game.

Caden Phipps rambled 30 yards with a blocked punt to push the lead to 21-0 in the first quarter. He also scored on runs of 64 and 38 yards in third period.

Micek threw for three TD’s.

Jordan Kutun capped off the win with a 15-yard fumble recovery for a score late in the final period.

The Lancers (5-1) have won 13 in a row over South (0-5). The Patriots’ last win was a 31-14 triumph on Oct. 20, 2006.

Sullivan 21, Hermann 6 – Luke Landwehr returned an interception for a score to break a 6-6 tie and send the Eagles to a Four Rivers Conference win at home.

Sullivan (3-3) won its second in a row. The Bearcats (5-1) had scored at least 30 points in each of their first five games.

Francis Howell Central 42, Francis Howell North 35 – Parker Frye broke a tie game with a 5-yard run late in the third period to help the Spartans to a win on the road.

Frye had a 70-yard TD gallop with 1:58 left in the second quarter to knot the score 21-21.

St. Charles West 42, Orchard Farm 6 – Junior Dominic Flint scored on a 78-yard scamper in the second quarter to help the Warriors romp on the road.

Senior Jamesen Reese added TD gallops of 70 and 67 yards as West bolted out to a 35-0 lead in the first half.

Deleon Smith added a pair of scores. Quarterback Brendan Sportsman threw for one TD and ran for another.

The Warriors (6-0) are off to their best start since the 2011 team won its first seven contests.

Webster Groves 35, Parkway Central 0 – Jacobie Banks hauled in a 69-yard TD toss from Enrique Quinones midway through the second quarter as the Statesmen won their third in a row after snapping a 15-game losing streak.

Kameron Yancy got the ball rolling with a 35-yard scoring run in the first quarter. Jerqon Connors pushed the lead to 14-0 with a 2-yard run early in the second period.

Yancy, who rushed for 83 yards on 12 carries, added a 13-yard TD run in the second half.

Quinones hit of eight of 12 passes for 152 yards.

Preston Hancy played goalie in a 2-1 soccer loss to Kirkwood in the CYC Bob Guelker Tournament earlier in the day. He returned to kick two extra points in the football contest.

The Statesmen (3-3) beat Pattonville 41-20 on Sept. 20 to halt the losing skid.

Columbia 42, Freeburg 0 – Londyn Little set the tone early with a 64-yard punt return for a score as the Eagles scored three first-quarter touchdowns on the way to a Cahokia Conference win in Freeburg.

Donavan Bieber ran for two short scores and Nic Horner hit his twin brother Sam on a 23-yard TD toss during the early blitz.

Bieber rushed for 100 yards on eight carries.

Nic Horner hit on eight of 13 passes for 135 yards.

The Eagles (6-0) have outscored their opponents 253-20 this season.

Liberty 14, Timberland 3 – The Eagles (3-3) beat the Wolves for the first time in school history after losing the previous three meetings.

Gage Krogman recovered a fumble in the end zone to push the lead to 14-0 right before the halftime break.

Junior signal-caller Blake Seaton hit David Richard on a 33-yard TD pass to start the scoring.

Timberland, which outscored Liberty 144-15 over the first three meetings, is 2-4.

Summit 21, Pattonville 14 – Deandre Knox scored on a 10-yard pass from Andrew Klump with 1:13 left to give the Falcons (5-1) a key road win.

Klump and Knox also hooked up on an 11-yard scoring strike in the first quarter.

Klump added a 6-yard scoring run

Festus 27, Windsor 0 – Thomas Meczkowski returned an interception 28 yards for a score and Cole Rickermann tossed a pair of TD passes as the Tigers won at home.

Jack Robinson tallied on a 1-yard run midway through the third period for a 20-0 lead.

Festus (3-3) has won nine in a row over Windsor and 16 of 18 since 1999.

Mater Dei 43, Quincy Notre Dame 20 – Reed Braundmeier threw for 320 yards as the Knights rolled to a win at home.

Mater Dei (5-1) racked up 491 yards of total offense in winning its fifth in a row following a 32-28 season-opening loss to Effingham.

The Knights have scored at least 25 point in each game during the run.

Ladue 27, Parkway North 7 – Jared Rhodes ran for two scores and Henry McIntosh threw for another as the Rams (6-0) raced out to a 14-0 lead.

Gideon Boaten scored on a 15-yard run with 3:02 left to put the game away.

Ladue, the defending Class 4 state champion, has won 21 in a row.

Triad 22, Mascoutah 12 – The Knights used 15 points in the final 10:56 to grab a win in this Mississippi Valley Conference contest in Mascoutah.

Amaziah Lusk scored on a 1-yard run to give his team the lead. He then put the game away on a 12-yard scamper with 1:30 remaining.

Logan Wongler gave the visitors a 7-0 lead in the first period with a 9-yard run.

The Knights (6-0) trailed 12-7 and 7-0.

Fort Zumwalt North 56, Washington 13 – Senior Izaiah Hartrup returned the opening kickoff 90 yards for a score as the Panthers rolled in this battle of unbeatens in O’Fallon.

Cairo Payne ran for three scores for North (6-0), which has won eight in a row over the Blue Jays.

Breese Central 21, Red Bud 20 – Tyler Huegen scored all three TDs for the Cougars including a 95-yard kickoff return to start the game.

He added TD runs of 5 and 2 yards. His 2-yard scamper with 6-09 left put Central ahead to stay. Red Bud missed an extra point with 19 seconds left in regulation.

 

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