Bishop LeBlond, Lathrop, Maysville among the girls teams advancing the second round of district play.
Benton and West Platte get back in the win column Friday night.
King City boys, Maysville Girls advance in King City Tournament, while Central falls again.
Dru and Clay Linebach surprised their mom on Breast Cancer Awareness Night at St. Joseph Christian.
DeKalb wins the latest round of the "Linebach Bowl."
Lafayette boys and girls win big while Riverside splits with ACCHS.
Benton girls fall to Hickman for the second time in a week.
Area high school basketball scores
Central moves on to the consolation round in the Liberty North Invitational; Stewartsville sweeps St. Joseph Christian.
North Andrew was among the teams moving on to district championship games Friday night.
The first round of districts in 8-man football began Friday.
Stanberry stays perfect in blowout of Mound City; St. Joe Christian outlasts IHS.
North Andrew edges Southwest Livingston, Stanberry cruises past Worth County.
Stanberry, North Andrew, Mound City all remain undefeated.
Top teams in 8-Man stay undefeated through Week 6.
DeKalb suffers first loss while North Andrew, Stanberry, and Mound City stay unbeaten.
Bishop LeBlond claims wins in softball, volleyball, and boys soccer.
Stanberry holds off Rock Port to move to 4-0.
Mound City, DeKalb, Rock Port come away with victories.
The Tigers are ready to bounce back after a sub-.500 record in 2012.
Vernon Pike retires as DeKalb head football coach after 20 seasons.
Central alum Dru Linebach has the Tigers rolling in his first season.
Tigers end the year with five straight losses.
Eagles roll over Tigers 50-0.
St. Joseph Christian held a 28-14 lead over DeKalb at the end of the first quarter.
Cardinals stay perfect, beat Dekalb 56-0.
Dekalb, Jefferson each send find athletes.
Cardinals edge Tigers, 44-42.
DeKalb jumps out to a 26-0 lead in the first half against South Nodaway.
Tigers fall big, 60-8.
Trojans fall to Dekalb, 40-32.
Dekalb falls to Cardinals 54-0.
Game Called at Halftime
Dekalb Downs Chilhowee
DeKalb had a solid season in 2010, but wasn't able to make the jump into the playoffs. This year the Tigers are out to take what's theirs.
North Andrew makes playoffs despite 34-42 loss to DeKalb
Tigers Look to Tame the Platte Valley Conference