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St. Louis High School football preview

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By Bryce Moore By Bryce Moore

All of the following games will be on the Prepcasts Broadcasting Network on this Friday.  Two games this week will be video streamed! At conclusion of each game, the replay may be heard on demand on

Chaminade  Red Devils (5-0)  @ CBC  Cadets (5-1) VIDEO
This  marquee game from the MCC will be video streamed. Watch Rob Standard (Chaminade), who’s rushed for over 1100 yards in 2010, and coming off a 4TD, 317 yard performance against the JR Bills in a 42-40 win, work against the Cadet defense. CBC’s lone loss was an opening day last second defeat to Ft Zumwalt West 36-34. The Cadets run a trio of backs (Tony Brown, Josiah Stanfield and Jon Parker) in their backfield.  As a group they’ve piled up over 1200 yards while Dalton Demos handles the passing game.

Northwest Lions (0-6)  @ Lindbergh Flyers (5-1) VIDEO
Watch all the action as the Flyers host the Lions in a Suburban West conference game. The Flyers offense was in high gear last week in a key 42-28 win over Eureka. QB Peter Simpson leads the diversified Flyer offense. WR Will Spitzfaden had a huge game last week as he was on the receiving end of several of Simpon’s passes. Northwest will bring plenty of energy to this big conference game.

Rock Bridge Bruins (3-3)   @ Francis Howell Vikings (5-1)
Howell welcomes their visitors from Columbia, MO. For a non-conference game as they prepare for district play which starts next week. Brett Graves has almost 1800 yards of total offense as he leads the Viking offense with many big plays. The Bruins, in the midst of a rugged schedule, look to rebound from their current two game losing streak. Rock Bridge brings plenty of speed and athleticism to both sides of the ball.

Belleville West Maroons (3-3) vs O’Fallon Panthers (4-2)---SATURDAY GAME 1:00PM
A rugged Southwestern conference game should be expected here. The Panthers knocked Belleville East from the unbeaten ranks last week with their 13-5 victory. Ejay Johnson is the feature back  with 12 TD’s while  Todd Porter has thrown for over 800 yards. Meanwhile the Maroons look to break their current 3 game skid with Sedrick Spillers leading the ground game with 700+ yards. These Southwestern Conference games are always unpredictable!

Trinity Titans (4-2)  @ St. Mary’s Dragons (3-3)
A key AAA conference game sees the Titans visiting the Dragons. Will Ruzicka engineers the Dragon flex-bone offense with strong running and a sharp passing game. Trinity, winner of their last 4 games, relies on a balanced running game. Zibeon Washington, Toma Peebles and Jordan Barnes all average at a 9yd/play clip on the ground.

Parkway West Longhorns (1-5)  @ Parkway North Vikings (5-1)
The Vikings owning a five game win streak since their opening day loss to SLUH take on the Longhorns in an intra-district game. North features a powerful running game. James Hawkins has 18 touchdowns and 816 rushing yards as the premier back for the Vikings led by Coach Bob Bunton. West likes to use Charles Thomas on the ground in their offensive schemes. A tough schedule has West challenging its third consecutive top 10 team.

Lafayette Lancers (3-3 )  @ Oakville Tigers (1-5 )
After a slow 1-3 start, the Lancers have hung up two straight W’s.  Coach Boyd Manne’s team have lost to three teams with a combine total of three losses in 2010!  QB Dominic Bisesi brings in over 1000 passing yards and a glittering 109 passer rating for the Lancers.  Oakville has the strong running of Darrion Moore to lead the offense. Several of the Tiger losses have seen long drives stall out, Oakville hopes to “finish the drive” in the Suburban West game.

Valle Catholic Warriors (5-1) @ St Pius Lancers (1-6)

Looking to rebound from a tough loss to Westran last Saturday, the Warriors travel to Festus to face St. Pius. One of the top ranked Class 1 teams, Valle runs the power-spread offense with great precision. Luke Uding leads a balanced, explosive attack. The Lancers have Evan Temperato and Charlie Argana with over 400 rushing yards.


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