Lafayette suffers second straight loss, while Maryville wins their 20th straight.
Bishop LeBlond claims wins in softball, volleyball, and boys soccer.
Savannah edges Lafayette in St. Joseph, Maryville outlasts Bishop LeBlond.
Lafayette claims their sixth straight win over Benton, 40-18.
LeBlond softball and boys soccer both come up with wins Tuesday.
Bishop LeBlond, Lafayette, Cameron, Chillicothe all start the year 2-0.
High school football scores from the first week of the season.
Benton, Lafayette, and Central will all be represented in Columbia.
Benton's Tyler McNutt, Cameron's Trevor Burkhart sweep their matches.
LeBlond boys cruise to a 55-point win over Tarkio.
Ladies complete first day of action at Savannah Tournament.
The Irish make a statement with a 75-26 victory.
California shuts out Chillicothe in the district semifinal game.
The Hornets pick up win number three on the season in the first round of districts.
Fighting Irish knock off Chillicothe 2-1 in Class 3, District 16.
Benton finishes the 2012 season without an MEC win.
Hornets fall again, 43-6.
Savannah torches Chillicothe by 41 points Friday night.
Lafayette keeps rolling in a win over Chillicothe.
Matthew McCullough throws for 227 yards and five touchdowns in Thursday's win over Chillicothe.
Chillicothe beats up on winless Cameron Friday night.
Maryville jumps out to a 35-0 at halftime against Chillicothe.
Chillicothe remains winless on the season.
Chillicothe unveils its new stadium, but loses in the opener to Marshall.
The Hornets hope to christen their new field with a strong season.
Hornets Season Ends
Chillicothe beats St. Pius X 21-13 to advance to the playoffs.
Hornets Stay Alive in Playoff Hunt
Cole Forney 14 car, 152 yds, 5 first half td's
Cards Carry Stingy "D" to Chillicothe
Hornets Roll Up 347 Yards Offense
Hornets Take First Loss
Hornets Cruise by Kirksville to Stay Unbeaten
Jackets can't hang with Fighting Irish.
Savages Stay Undefeated
Benton stays undefeated at home with win over Chillicothe.
Chillicothe Handles LeBlond at Home 35-12.