Eight teams fight to advance to the final four.
North Andrew was among the teams moving on to district championship games Friday night.
This makes consecutive titles for Savannah and LeBlond (four in a row).
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.
LeBlond, Savannah, and Chillicothe advance in girls tennis districts.
Top teams in 8-Man stay undefeated through Week 6.
DeKalb suffers first loss while North Andrew, Stanberry, and Mound City stay unbeaten.
Stanberry holds off Rock Port to move to 4-0.
Mound City, DeKalb, Rock Port come away with victories.
8-Man football scores from the first week of the season.
The Panthers failed to reach ten or more wins in 2012 for the first time since 2007.
Mound City teams earn sweep on Senior Night, while Central takes Truman to the limit in loss.
Four Lions hit double figures in a 58-51 win against Mound City.
Lady Panthers stay unbeaten with win over St. Joseph Christian.
Stanberry knocks off Mound City for a second time.
Mound City sets up a rematch with Stanberry on Friday.
Bulldogs breeze to 44-6 win.
Panthers win in one half, 54-6.
Panthers win big, 56-6.
Rock Port hands Mound City its second loss of the season in dominating style.
Panthers romp 46-0.
Panthers fall to Tigers, 72-52.
Mound City takes game two 66-6.
Panthers hang 84 to Tarkio's 26 in victory.
After losing only two seniors, Mound City seeks fourth title in five years.
Worth County beats rival Mound City to win the 8-man State Championship.
Panthers will play in fourth-straight state championship
Mound City drills deeper into state playoffs
Panthers face South Holt for district title next week
St. Joe Christian dominates Axtell; Mound City dismantles North Nodaway.
Nathan Luke's 2 TD's not Enough for Bulldogs
The Panthers pick up where they left off last season with a 42-8 win over North Andrew.
A three-peat for the Panthers.
Mound City stays unbeaten at home against Stanberry 38-23.
Panthers Move to 2-0
Panthers Pick Up Where 2009 Left Off