Here are some stars from Friday night’s games across Missouri.
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Parker Muff, King City, RB
The King City Wildkats defeated the North Andrew Cardinals 62-26. The ground game was the main catalyst for the Wildkats led by Muff who had 278 yards on 23 carries and added seven touchdowns.
Joseph Lepak, Summit Christian Academy, QB
The Summit Christian Academy won a shootout against St. Michael the Archangel 54-38. A dual-threat effort from the QB Lepak led the way with 336 total yards and six total touchdowns.
Avery Moody, Republic, QB
The Republic Tigers defeated Neosho 47-12 led by a dominant running game. Moody led the way with 183 yards and three touchdowns.
Kody Stayce, QB, Fair Grove
Stayce accounted for 217 total yards and five total touchdowns in Fair Grove’s 48-19 victory over Mountain Grove.
Logan Daniels, Fair Grove, WR/S
Fair Grove’s receiver and safety made plays in every aspect of the game. He caught two passes for 64 yards and two touchdowns on offense, had a 50 yard punt return for a touchdown and a pick-six.
Ramone Green Jr., Nixa, RB
The star RB led the Eagles to a 42-6 win with 170 yards and three touchdowns on just 15 carries.
Luther Burden III, East St. Louis, WR
The highly touted prospect helped lead the Flyers to a 48-44 win over Christian Brothers College High School. He had 76 receiving yards and a touchdown to go with an electric 85 yard kick return for a touchdown.
Wentric Williams III, Liberty, RB
The Liberty Blue Jays defeated the Blue Springs Wildcats 43-42 in OT to start their 2021 campaign. Williams ran for 295 yards and three touchdowns in the exciting affair.
Joe Ipsen, Joplin, K
The kicker hit a 42 yard game winner as time expired to beat Webb City 41-40.
Nash Moore, Grandview, RB/MLB
Moore ran for 85 yards and a touchdown on offense, and added 4 tackles and a fumble recovery on defense, in a 49-6 win over Principia.
Chris Cotton, De Smet, QB
The De Smet Spartans defeated Edwardsville 44-17 with a productive output from Cotton. Cotton threw for 183 yards and two touchdowns and ran for 87 more and added another score.
Gavin Bomstad, De Smet, WR
The receiver for the Spartans hauled in both of the aforementioned, Cotton’s, touchdowns to go along with 126 yards receiving on the game.
Andrew Hedgecorth, Smithville, QB
Avenging a 2020 defeat the Smithville Warriors beat the Grain Valley Eagles 42-3. Andrew Hedgecorth was the main source of offense for the Warriors tallying 200 total yards and five total touchdowns.
Jace Reynolds, RB, Harrisonville
Harrisonville defeated Wayne Hills on a late scoring drive and two-point conversion 38-37. Reynolds had nearly 400 rushing yards and five touchdowns.
Dylan Hair, QB, Blair Oaks
Hair had 179 rushing yards and three rushing touchdowns and 83 passing yards with one touchdown in the 40-6 defeat of Maryville.
Reagan Andrew, MICDS, QB/FS
In a 42-28 win over St. Louis University Junior, Andrew threw for 224 yards and three touchdowns, while running for 70 yards and adding two more touchdowns.
Alex Rinehart, Worth County, RB
Rinehart ran for 221 yards and added 63 receiving yards in a 50-22 win over South Holt.
Hunter Nelson, Marceline, RB
Nelson ran for 120 yards and forced a fumble in a 19-18 win over Scotland County.
Wyatt Ramsey, Lee Summit West, LB
Ramsey tallied 14 tackles, a sack, and a tackle for loss in a 31-7 win over Park Hill.
Chase Hammond, Lee Summit West, LB
The other Lee Summit West Linebacker contributed 5 more tackles, but added two interceptions, including a pick-six.