List of Missouri state high school football champions

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Below is a list of Missouri state high school football championships sanctioned by the Missouri State High School Activities Association since the organization began holding the tournaments in 1968.[1]

There have been seven ties for state champion. In 2002 when the organization changed its classification system it also changed the rules so that a champion would be determined in overtime. The asterisks indicate the number of overtimes in 2004, 2006 and 2008.

Championships[edit]

Year Class Champion (Record) Score Runner-up Site
1968 1A Princeton (11-0-1) 32-0 Cass-Midway Raytown High School, Raytown
1968 2A Cabool (10-1) 6-0 Seneca John F. Kennedy Stadium, Springfield
1968 3A Perryville (11-1) 14-0 Marshall University City High School, University City
1968 4A McCluer (10-0-1) 17-13 Oak Park Faurot Field, University of Missouri, Columbia
1969 1A Cass-Midway (10-1) 24-0 Smithville Raytown High School, Raytown
1969 2A Aurora (11-1) 13-6 Malden Poplar Bluff High School, Poplar Bluff
1969 3A DeLaSalle (Kansas City) (10-2) 14-8 Mercy (St. Louis) Missouri Valley College, Marshall
1969 4A McCluer (10-1) 21-0 Rockhurst Faurot Field
1970 1A Cass-Midway (12-0) 20-0 Rock Port Bearcat Stadium, Northwest Missouri State University, Maryville
1970 2A South Shelby (12-0) 38-18 Harrisonville Central Missouri St. Univ., Warrensburg
1970 3A Chillicothe (11-0) 32-6 Dexter Chillicothe High School, Chillicothe
1970 4A St. Louis Univ. High (11-1) 28-19 Center (Kansas City) Faurot Field
1971 1A Tarkio (10-0) 35-22 Greenwood South Bearcat Stadium
1971 2A Monett (12-0) 37-8 Shelby Plaster Sports Complex, Springfield
1971 3A Richmond (11-1) 29-25 Fulton Fulton High School, Fulton
1971 4A Rockhurst (11-0) 14-10 Beaumont William Chrisman High, Independence
1972 1A University High (Warrensburg) (12-0) 17-0 Fairfax University of Central Missouri, Warrensburg
1972 2A St. Mary's (Independence) (11-0) 6-0 MICDS Ladue Horton Watkins High, Ladue
1972 3A Chillicothe (10-1) 14-9 Chaminade Chillicothe High School, Chillicothe
1972 4A Hazelwood (9-1-1) /Southwest (KC) (9-0-2) 6-6(tie) (co-champions) Francis Field, Washington University, St.Louis
1973 1A North Shelby (11-0) 28-20 Drexel South Shelby High School, Shelbina
1973 2A Priory (9-1) 60-26 West Platte Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City
1973 3A Washington (11-0) 14-7 Helias University of Missouri-Rolla, Rolla
1973 4A Sumner (11-1) 12-7 Rockhurst Arrowhead Stadium
1974 1A Lockwood (10-2) 34-0 King City Bearcat Stadium
1974 2A MICDS (10-1) 34-7 Pleasant Hill St. Louis Country Day School,
1974 3A Boonville (11-0) 34-14 Washington St. Louis University of Missouri-Rolla, Rolla
1974 4A Hickman (10-1) 54-6 Sumner Faurot Field
1975 1A Orrick (11-1) 18-0 Greenfield Excelsior Springs High, Excelsior Springs
1975 2A John Burroughs (12-0) 28-26 Seneca John Burroughs High School, St. Louis
1975 3A Rock Bridge (12-0) 10-0 Nevada Faurot Field
1975 4A Parkwood (Joplin) (12-0-1) 16-8 De Smet Hughes Stadium, MSSC, Joplin
1976 1A Cass-Midway (13-0) 13-0 Princeton Cass-Midway High School, Cleveland
1976 2A Lexington (12-0) 19-7 John Burroughs John Burroughs High School, St. Louis
1976 3A Memorial (Joplin) (12-1) 31-0 Sullivan Hughes Stadium, MSSC, Joplin
1976 4A Jefferson City (13-0) 33-6 Sumner Moss Field, Webster Groves H.S. St. Louis
1977 1A Greenfield (12-0) 20-6 King City King City High School, King City
1977 2A Monett (11-2) 21-19 Louisiana Monett High School, Monett
1977 3A Rock Bridge (10-0-2) 7-6 Camdenton Faurot Field
1977 4A Jefferson City (13-0) 20-11 Hazelwood Central Jefferson City High School, Jefferson City
1978 1A Cass-Midway (12-1) 13-0 Princeton Cass-Midway High School, Cleveland
1978 2A Mount Vernon (13-0) 37-21 MICDS St. Louis Country Day School, St. Louis
1978 3A Chillicothe (12-0) 42-0 Washington Chillicothe High School, Chillicothe
1978 4A Jefferson City (11-1) 35-11 Hazelwood Central Lindenwood University, St. Charles
1979 1A Jasper (12-1) 23-0 Hardin-Central Busch Memorial Stadium, St. Louis
1979 2A Plattsburg (12-0) 12-7 Marceline Busch Memorial Stadium
1979 3A MICDS (11-1) 14-7 St. Pius X (Kansas City) Busch Memorial Stadium
1979 4A Webster Groves (11-1) 7-6 Jefferson City Busch Memorial Stadium
1980 1A Hardin-Central (11-0) 14-6 Greenwood Busch Memorial Stadium
1980 2A John Burroughs (11-2-1) /Lexington (12-0-1) 6-6(tie) (co-champions) Busch Memorial Stadium
1980 3A O'Hara (11-3) 30-0 Caruthersville Busch Memorial Stadium
1980 4A Parkwood (Joplin) (14-0) 20-13 Hazelwood Central Busch Memorial Stadium
1981 1A Greenwood (10-1) 14-0 Gallatin Busch Memorial Stadium
1981 2A Valle Catholic (12-0-1) /St. Pius X (Kansas City) (12-0-1) 0-0(tie) (co-champions) Busch Memorial Stadium
1981 3A Lutheran North (12-1) 14-6 Marshall Busch Memorial Stadium
1981 4A Rockhurst (12-1) 35-14 Hazelwood Central Busch Memorial Stadium
1982 1A Cass-Midway (12-0) 42-6 Gallatin Arrowhead Stadium
1982 2A Valle Catholic (14-0) 37-0 Mt. Vernon Arrowhead Stadium
1982 3A Maryville (12-1) 22-0 Duchesne Arrowhead Stadium
1982 4A St. Charles (13-1) 10-3 O'Hara Arrowhead Stadium
1982 5A Sumner (11-2) 32-22 Rockhurst Arrowhead Stadium
1983 1A Chaffee (11-2) 13-7 Norborne Busch Memorial Stadium
1983 2A Valle Catholic (13-1) 14-7 Seneca Busch Memorial Stadium
1983 3A MICDS (12-1) 14-0 Harrisonville Busch Memorial Stadium
1983 4A Parkwood (Joplin) (14-0) 35-7 Union Busch Memorial Stadium
1983 5A Rockhurst (12-2) 13-7 Hazelwood Central Busch Memorial Stadium
1984 1A Rock Port (12-0) 7-6 Appleton City Arrowhead Stadium
1984 2A Knob Noster (12-1) 8-7 Hayti Arrowhead Stadium
1984 3A Lexington (12-1) 28-0 Berkeley Arrowhead Stadium
1984 4A Helias (12-2) 23-13 Parkwood (Joplin) Arrowhead Stadium
1984 5A Jefferson City (12-2) 21-12 Sumner Arrowhead Stadium
1985 1A Rock Port (13-0) 13-12 Sweet Springs Busch Memorial Stadium
1985 2A John Burroughs (9-4) 35-8 Plattsburg Busch Memorial Stadium
1985 3A MICDS (12-1) 28-0 Pembroke Hill Busch Memorial Stadium
1985 4A Chillicothe (13-1) 20-14 Center (Kansas City) Busch Memorial Stadium
1985 5A Hazelwood Central (14-0) 22-15 Lee's Summit Busch Memorial Stadium
1986 1A Marceline (13-0) 20-0 Greenwood Arrowhead Stadium
1986 2A Louisiana (13-1) 23-14 Seneca Arrowhead Stadium
1986 3A MICDS (13-0) 31-7 Oak Grove Arrowhead Stadium
1986 4A Camdenton (12-0-1) /Marshall (12-0-1) 20-20(tie) (co-champions) Arrowhead Stadium
1986 5A Rockhurst (11-1) 13-10 Hazelwood Central Arrowhead Stadium
1987 1A Hardin-Central (12-0) 18-6 Adrian William Jewell College, Liberty
1987 2A Seneca (14-0) 20-13 Brentwood Faurot Field
1987 3A Berkeley (13-1) 35-8 Branson Faurot Field
1987 4A Camdenton (12-0) 23-14 Sumner Faurot Field
1987 5A Rockhurst (12-1) 7-0 Hazelwood Central Faurot Field
1988 8-Man South Holt (10-1) 46-0 Miami Bearcat Stadium
1988 1A Valle Catholic (12-1) 21-3 Rock Port Faurot Field
1988 2A Lexington (13-1) 17-14 John Burroughs Plaster Sports Complex
1988 3A Lutheran North (13-1) 36-0 Chillicothe Faurot Field
1988 4A Webster Groves (10-3) 26-6 Center (Kansas City) Faurot Field
1988 5A Jefferson City (11-0) 53-0 McCluer North Faurot Field
1989 8-Man North Nodaway (11-1) 46-0 DeKalb Bearcat Stadium
1989 1A Valle Catholic (12-1) 49-7 Marceline Faurot Field
1989 2A John Burroughs (10-3) 17-6 Putnam County Faurot Field
1989 3A Lutheran North (13-1) 28-26 Branson Plaster Sports Complex
1989 4A Webb City (14-0) 16-0 Sumner Plaster Sports Complex
1989 5A Hazelwood East (14-0) 28-14 Rockhurst Faurot Field
1990 8-Man Nodaway-Holt (11-0) 49-12 Southwest (Ludlow) Bearcat Stadium
1990 1A Valle Catholic (13-1) 49-21 Rock Port Plaster Sports Complex
1990 2A Warsaw (13-1) 42-7 South Shelby Plaster Sports Complex
1990 3A Lutheran North (13-1) 37-13 Oak Grove Faurot Field
1990 4A Sumner (13-1) 36-21 Webb City Faurot Field
1990 5A Jefferson City (14-0) 12-7 McCluer Faurot Field
1991 8-Man Nodaway-Holt (11-0) 27-14 South Nodaway Bearcat Stadium
1991 1A Valle Catholic (14-0) 28-24 Tarkio Faurot Field
1991 2A John Burroughs (11-2) 21-7 Pembroke Hill Faurot Field
1991 3A Chillicothe (12-2) 40-12 Herculaneum Plaster Sports Complex
1991 4A Sumner (11-1) 52-8 Benton (St. Joseph) Plaster Sports Complex
1991 5A Jefferson City (11-2) 10-7 St. Louis Univ. High Faurot Field
1992 8-Man South Holt (10-1-1)/South Nodaway (9-1-1) 20-20(tie) (co-champions) Bearcat Stadium
1992 1A Valle Catholic (14-0) 44-16 Hardin-Central Plaster Sports Complex
1992 2A John Burroughs (12-1) 21-7 Plattsburg Plaster Sports Complex
1992 3A Ste. Genevieve (13-1) 22-15 Bolivar Faurot Field
1992 4A Webb City (12-2) 24-21 Rock Bridge Faurot Field
1992 5A Blue Springs (13-1) 39-35 Parkway Central Faurot Field
1993 8-Man North Andrew (7-3-1)/ South Holt (10-1-1) 30-30(tie) (co-champions) Bearcat Stadium
1993 1A Milan (13-1) 19-12 Valle Catholic Faurot Field
1993 2A Warsaw (14-0) 13-12 Lutheran North Faurot Field
1993 3A St. Francis Borgia (14-0) 24-21 Chillicothe Plaster Sports Complex
1993 4A Webb City (14-0) 20-7 Rock Bridge Plaster Sports Complex
1993 5A Jefferson City (13-0) 35-0 McCluer North Faurot Field
1994 8-Man Fairfax (11-0) 40-14 North Andrew Bearcat Stadium
1994 1A Miller (12-1) 20-0 Tarkio Plaster Sports Complex
1994 2A Monroe City (14-0) 18-13 Warsaw Plaster Sports Complex
1994 3A Odessa (14-0) 28-0 Knob Noster Faurot Field
1994 4A Excelsior Springs (13-1) 12-6 Jackson Faurot Field
1994 5A Jefferson City (13-0) 14-7 Mehlville Faurot Field
1995 8-Man Worth County (12-0) 48-26 North Andrew Bearcat Stadium
1995 1A Valle Catholic (12-1) 63-13 Wellington-Napoleon Hughes Stadium, MSSC, Joplin
1995 2A John Burroughs (8-4-1) /Lexington (12-1-1) 14-14(tie) (co-champions) Hughes Stadium, MSSC, Joplin
1995 3A Seneca (14-0) 35-14 Herculaneum Plaster Sports Complex
1995 4A Camdenton (13-1) 20-19 Jackson Plaster Sports Complex
1995 5A Hazelwood East (14-0) 42-3 Blue Springs South Plaster Sports Complex
1996 8-Man North Andrew (11-0) 44-18 Fairfax Kyle Field, Tarkio Academy, Tarkio
1996 1A Cass-Midway (13-1) 42-13 Santa Fe Trans World Dome, St. Louis
1996 2A Monroe City (13-1) 21-0 Springfield Catholic Trans World Dome
1996 3A MICDS (13-0) 44-14 Maryville Trans World Dome
1996 4A Excelsior Springs (13-1) 36-15 Camdenton Trans World Dome
1996 5A Hazelwood Central (13-1) 21-20 Oak Park Trans World Dome
1997 8-Man North Andrew (11-1) 46-0 South Holt Kyle Field, Tarkio Academy, Tarkio
1997 1A Salisbury (14-0) 22-20 Marionville Trans World Dome
1997 2A Springfield Catholic (14-0) 28-0 Monroe City Trans World Dome
1997 3A California (14-0) 36-19 MICDS Trans World Dome
1997 4A Webb City (14-0) 44-14 North County (Bonne Terre) Trans World Dome
1997 5A Jefferson City (12-1) 23-19 Parkway Central Trans World Dome
1998 8-Man Worth County (12-0) 58-16 DeKalb Spratt Stadium, Missouri Western, St. Joseph
1998 1A North Platte (12-2) 30-7 St. Vincent Trans World Dome
1998 2A St. Pius X (Kansas City) (12-2) 14-0 Monroe City Trans World Dome
1998 3A Boonville (13-1) 33-22 California Trans World Dome
1998 4A Helias (12-2) 37-12 Ozark Trans World Dome
1998 5A Riverview Gardens (13-1) 41-34 Jefferson City Trans World Dome
1999 8-man Mound City (11-1) 62-60 North Andrew Spratt Stadium
1999 1A Rich Hill (14-0) 15-7 Santa Fe Trans World Dome
1999 2A Lutheran North (12-2) 28-21 St. Pius X (Kansas City) Trans World Dome
1999 3A Aurora (14-0) 7-0 California Trans World Dome
1999 4A Camdenton (14-0) 15-14 Helias Trans World Dome
1999 5A Mehlville (13-1) 15-7 Rockhurst Trans World Dome
2000 8-man Worth County (12-0) 44-14 Mound City Spratt Stadium
2000 1A Santa Fe (14-0) 12-0 St. Vincent Trans World Dome
2000 2A St. Pius X (Kansas City) (12-1) 34-21 Palmyra Trans World Dome
2000 3A Platte County (14-0) 32-9 Salem Trans World Dome
2000 4A Webb City (14-0) 41-0 McCluer North Trans World Dome
2000 5A Rockhurst (14-0) 23-7 Pattonville Trans World Dome
2001 8-man Worth County (12-0) 48-40 Miami Dome at America's Center
2001 1A West Platte (12-2) 20-13 Lockwood Dome at America's Center
2001 2A John Burroughs (13-0) 36-32 Warsaw Dome at America's Center
2001 3A Platte County (14-0) 21-14 Central (New Madrid County) Dome at America's Center
2001 4A Webb City (14-0) 45-0 Washington Dome at America's Center
2001 5A Blue Springs (14-0) 28-12 Hazelwood East Dome at America's Center
2002 8-man DeKalb (11-1) 30-26 King City Spratt Stadium
2002 1 Adrian (13-1) 35-22 Hayti Edward Jones Dome
2002 2 St. Pius X (Kansas City) (11-3) 28-6 Centralia Edward Jones Dome
2002 3 Platte County (14-0) 34-13 Salem Edward Jones Dome
2002 4 Kearney (13-1) 36-22 Eureka Edward Jones Dome
2002 5 Webster Groves (10-3) 23-22 Raymore–Peculiar Edward Jones Dome
2002 6 Rockhurst (13-0) 41-7 Lindbergh Edward Jones Dome
2003 8-man Mound City (11-0) 64-16 North Andrew Spratt Stadium
2003 1 Marionville (14-0) 19-0 Princeton Edward Jones Dome
2003 2 Centralia (14-0) 42-9 Lawson Edward Jones Dome
2003 3 Harrisonville (14-0) 35-0 Ste. Genevieve Edward Jones Dome
2003 4 Kearney (14-0) 43-0 Ladue Horton Watkins Edward Jones Dome
2003 5 Park Hill (12-1) 34-20 Webster Groves Edward Jones Dome
2003 6 Blue Springs (13-0) 53-0 Hazelwood Central Edward Jones Dome
2004 8-man South Holt (11-1) 66-48 St. Joseph Christian Spratt Stadium
2004 1 St. Vincent (13-1) 21-0 East Buchanan Edward Jones Dome
2004 2 Blair Oaks (14-0) 27-26 Cameron Edward Jones Dome
2004 3 MICDS (14-0) 45-42** Harrisonville Edward Jones Dome
2004 4 Clayton (13-1) 27-26* Webb City Edward Jones Dome
2004 5 Raymore–Peculiar (13-0) 37-18 McCluer North Edward Jones Dome
2004 6 Hickman (11-1) 34-7 Hazelwood East Edward Jones Dome
2005 8-man Mound City (11-1) 42-0 Worth County Spratt Stadium
2005 1 West Platte (13-1) 35-28 Marionville Edward Jones Dome
2005 2 Cameron (14-0) 64-18 Montgomery County Edward Jones Dome
2005 3 Harrisonville (13-1) 42-0 MICDS Edward Jones Dome
2005 4 Camdenton (14-0) 36-19 Affton Edward Jones Dome
2005 5 Raymore–Peculiar (13-0) 43-21 McCluer North Edward Jones Dome
2005 6 De Smet (11-2) 48-31 Hazelwood Central Edward Jones Dome
2006 8-man St. Joseph Christian (10-2) 62-26 Worth County Spratt Stadium
2006 1 South Shelby (13-1) 34-27* Marionville Edward Jones Dome
2006 2 Blair Oaks (13-1) 32-24 Hogan Prep Charter Edward Jones Dome
2006 3 Harrisonville (14-0) 56-21 Owensville Edward Jones Dome
2006 4 Webb City (14-0) 26-0 Hannibal Edward Jones Dome
2006 5 Raymore–Peculiar (10-3) 42-32 Kirkwood Edward Jones Dome
2006 6 Blue Springs South (13-0) 41-7 Christian Brothers Edward Jones Dome
2007 8-man Worth County (12-0) 70-6 Hardin-Central Spratt Stadium
2007 1 Orrick (14-0) 20-8 Thayer Edward Jones Dome
2007 2 Lawson 38-17 Blair Oaks Edward Jones Dome
2007 3 Harrisonville 49-14 MICDS Edward Jones Dome
2007 4 Lee’s Summit West 35-0 Parkway Central Edward Jones Dome
2007 5 Waynesville 17-7 Belton Edward Jones Dome
2007 6 Rockhurst 28-9 Mehlville Edward Jones Dome
2008 8-man Mound City (13-0) 48-16 St. Joseph Christian Edward Jones Dome
2008 1 Orrick (15-0) 34-28** Thayer Edward Jones Dome
2008 2 Clark County 10-7 Maryville Edward Jones Dome
2008 3 Cassville 31-6 Cardinal Ritter Edward Jones Dome
2008 4 Webb City 41-34 Helias Edward Jones Dome
2008 5 Hazelwood East 39-34 Raytown South Edward Jones Dome
2008 6 Hazelwood Central 25-20 Blue Springs South Edward Jones Dome
2009 8-man Mound City (11-1) 50-8 St. Joseph Christian Edward Jones Dome
2009 1 Penney (14-0) 21-17 Valle Catholic Edward Jones Dome
2009 2 Maryville (14-1) 35-0 Brentwood Edward Jones Dome
2009 3 Cassville (14-1) 24-7 Bowling Green Edward Jones Dome
2009 4 Kearney (13-2) 27-15 Helias Edward Jones Dome
2009 5 Webster Groves (13-0) 31-14 Fort Osage Edward Jones Dome
2009 6 Hazelwood Central (13-1) 35-24 Blue Springs Edward Jones Dome
2010 8-man Mound City (12-1) 46-24 St. Joseph Christian Edward Jones Dome
2010 1 Valle Catholic (15-0) 22-21* Westran Edward Jones Dome
2010 2 Penney (15-0) 34-13 Maplewood Richmond Heights Edward Jones Dome
2010 3 Richmond (15-0) 21-20 John Burroughs Edward Jones Dome
2010 4 Webb City (15-0) 56-7 Warrenton Edward Jones Dome
2010 5 Lee's Summit West (14-1) 44-21 Webster Groves Edward Jones Dome
2010 6 Rockhurst (14-0) 10-7 Hazelwood Central Edward Jones Dome
2011 8-man Worth County/Northeast Nodaway (13-0) 50-20 Mound City Edward Jones Dome
2011 1 Valle Catholic (14-1) 49-7 South Shelby Edward Jones Dome
2011 2 Lamar (14-1) 49-19 Lafayette County Edward Jones Dome
2011 3 Logan-Rogersville (14-1) 21-14 John Burroughs Edward Jones Dome
2011 4 Webb City (15-0) 56-42 MICDS Edward Jones Dome
2011 5 Staley (14-0) 35-21 Kirkwood Edward Jones Dome
2011 6 Blue Springs South (14-0) 40-37 Christian Brothers Edward Jones Dome
2012 8-man Stanberry (12-1) 56-38 North Andrew Edward Jones Dome
2012 1 Penney (15-0) 60-34 Valle Catholic Edward Jones Dome
2012 2 Lamar (13-2) 69-41 Blair Oaks Edward Jones Dome
2012 3 Maryville(15-0) 35-22 John Burroughs Edward Jones Dome
2012 4 Webb City (15-0) 49-14 Helias Edward Jones Dome
2012 5 Kirkwood (13-0) 31-7 Fort Osage Edward Jones Dome
2012 6 Blue Springs (13-1) 42-3 Francis Howell Edward Jones Dome
2013 8-man North Andrew (12-0) 16-13 Stanberry Edward Jones Dome [2]
2013 1 Valle Catholic (15-0) 41-0 Marceline Edward Jones Dome
2013 2 Lamar (14-1) 42-0 Lawson Edward Jones Dome [3]
2013 3 Maryville (15-0) 50-28 Seneca Edward Jones Dome
2013 4 Webb City (14-1) 28-14 Helias Edward Jones Dome [4]
2013 5 Lee's Summit West (13-1) 51-14 Parkway Central Edward Jones Dome [5]
2013 6 Blue Springs (14-0) 35-14 Columbia-Rock Bridge Edward Jones Dome [6]
2014 8-man North Andrew (12-1) 48-36 Stanberry Edward Jones Dome
2014 1 Valle Catholic (15-0) 49-25 Westran Edward Jones Dome
2014 2 Lamar (14-1) 30-15 South Callaway Edward Jones Dome
2014 3 Oak Grove (13-2) 49-27 John Burroughs Edward Jones Dome
2014 4 Webb City (15-0) 48-21 Cape Girardeau Central Edward Jones Dome
2014 5 Battle (11-4) 25-22 Nixa Edward Jones Dome
2014 6 Christian Brothers (14-0) 31-24 Rockhurst Edward Jones Dome
2015 8-man Stanberry (13-0) 46-42 North Andrew Edward Jones Dome[7]
2015 1 Valle Catholic (15-0) 61-36 Penney Edward Jones Dome
2015 2 Lamar (15-0) 37-0 Malden Edward Jones Dome
2015 3 John Burroughs (14-1) 30-6 Odessa Edward Jones Dome
2015 4 Kearney (14-1) 17-14 Webb City Edward Jones Dome
2015 5 Fort Osage (14-1) 63-28 Chaminade Edward Jones Dome
2015 6 Blue Springs South (15-0) 37-28 Christian Brothers College Edward Jones Dome
2016 8-Man North Andrew 50-22 Stanberry Faurot Field
2016 1 Penney 47-14 Monroe City Plaster Sports Complex
2016 2 Lamar 26-18 Trinity Catholic Plaster Sports Complex
2016 3 Monett 27-18 Maryville Plaster Sports Complex
2016 4 Harrisonville 21-14 Kearney Plaster Sports Complex
2016 5 Vianney 49-14 Ft. Zumwalt North Plaster Sports Complex
2016 6 Kirkwood 31-14 Blue Springs Faurot Field

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ MSHSAA State Championship Histories by Sport - Retrieved September 16, 2009
  2. ^ Thorn, Cody (29 November 2013). "North Andrew avenges loss, claims 8-man title". St. Joseph News-Press. Retrieved 30 November 2013. 
  3. ^ Overbay, Steve (29 November 2013). "Potent run game lifts Lamar past Lawson". The St. Louis Post=Dispatch. Retrieved 30 November 2013. 
  4. ^ Rackers, Tom (29 November 2013). "Helias falls short in Class 4 state championship". Jefferson City News-Tribune. Retrieved 30 November 2013. 
  5. ^ Kvidahl, David (30 November 2013). "Parkway Central ends up second after loss to Lee's Summit West". St Louis Post-Dispatch. Retrieved 1 December 2013. 
  6. ^ Overbay, Steve (29 November 2013). "Blue Springs tops Rock Bridge to complete quest for repeat". St. Louis Post=Dispatch. Retrieved 30 November 2013. 
  7. ^ "Luke's heroics lead Stanberry past North Andrew in thriller". STLtoday.com. Retrieved 2015-12-01.