The Spoofhounds won their third straight MEC Title and ran their win streak to 39 games on Friday.
The Cardinals improved to 8-0 with a 50-6 win at Southwest Livingston on Friday.
Stanberry is the last unbeaten team in the 275 conference after a 60-14 win over Albany.
West Platte upset Hamilton last Friday.
With a one-point win Friday, Atchison is 3-0 for the first time in nine years.
The Panthers are 4-0 after a 24-14 win over GRC foe South Harrison.
Riverside opened their first season in the Big 7 with a 35-14 win over Jefferson West.
The Cardinals secured their first win in two years with a 21-7 decision over Grain Valley in Week 2.
With an 18-13 win over Cameron in Week 1, the Plattsburg Tigers earn our first Football 2 Night Team of the Week honor of the year.
Benton beat Maryville 2-1 in nine innings Thursday.
The Panthers have won state championships in 2013 and 2014.
Troy beat Doniphan West in the Kansas 2-1A region championship.
Chillicothe and Maryville advance through the first round of the Class 4, District 16 tournament.
Savannah swipes the district title for the second year in a row.
Savannah's Blake McGinness finished Tuesday's game with four RBIs.
LeBlond takes 2nd place in sectionals to move on to the state tournament.
LeBlond ready to make another run at state.
MEC teams battle it out Thursday as districts are right around the corner.
Harrisonville beat Savannah 2-1 in the Pony Express Tournament championship.
Harrisonville beat Lafayette to advance to Thursday's championship game.
Jared Boone was named head girls basketball coach at Central.
The Osborn school board was the final PVC member to approve the move to the 275 Monday night.
The Irish beat Cameron 7-1 in the first round of the Pony Express Tournament.
Former Stanberry head football coach Dan Collins lands in Barnard.
The Cardinals scored five unanswered runs on the way to a 7-6 come from behind win.
Benton's Chaz Verduzco signed a letter of intent to play baseball for Southwest Baptist Thursday morning.
Benton senior Mallory McAndrews signed her letter of intent to play basketball at Northwest Missouri State on Wednesday afternoon.
Savannah's Chase Simpson drove in the go-ahead run on a sixth inning single.
Kathy Grossman has been coaching since 1999 and her athletes couldn't be more appreciative.