Friday night high school sports rundown - KMOV.com

Friday night high school sports rundown

(KMOV) -- Friday night, the Prepcasts Broadcasting Network covered seven local high school football games. All of the replays of these games may be heard on www.prepcasts.com

Belleville East v. Edwardsville

Belleville East looked impressive as they earned their 3rd win of the season. They advance to 3-0 after defeating Edwardsville 28-0.  Darnell Stevenson was the key to the East offense. He had three touchdowns as he ran his way to more than 175 yards rushing.  The Lancer quarterback scored the first touchdown of the game, and that is all Belleville East needed as they shutout a mistake ridden Edwardsville offense.  Three fumbles and one interception hurt the Tigers' chance of getting on the board. 
Quarterback Mason McBride was a bright spot. He had several long and important runs to get the Tigers close to scoring as well as recovering a couple fumbles.  The Lancer defense has only surrendered 15 total points in their three wins of 2010. The Southwestern Conference has three teams at 3-0- Belleville East, Belleville West and East St. Louis.

BELLEVILLE EAST (3-0)   28

EDWARDSVILLE     (1-2)    0

 

                                   

CBC v. DeSmet
The Cadets visited their nearby neighbors and toppled the #3 State-ranked team of class 6, 17-10 as each team opened their MCC conference action. After a scoreless opening quarter, John Moldthan blasted a 39 yard FG through the uprights for CBC early in the second quarter. Antonio Brown capped off an 8 play drive later in the same quarter with a 3 yard TD run after the Cadets had recovered a fumble to start the drive. Moldthan’s PAT made it 10-0 at halftime. The Spartans offense struggled late in the 2nd quarter as DeSmet suffered through 3 consecutive turnovers on their last 3 possessions. However, the Spartans defense rose to the occasion early in the 3rd quarter. After CBC recovered the kickoff and Josiah Stanfield took an interception out of the end zone down to the 25 yard line, the Spartans defense stiffened and kept the Cadets off the board. Using Ricky Spratley with power running through most of the 3rd quarter, DeSmet assembled two long drives but failed to put any points on the board. Midway through the final quarter, Chris Adams put DeSmet on the board           with a 37 yard FG. Responding, CBC started the next drive on their own 20 and mixed the pass and run for a 10 play drive that culminated with Antonio Brown plunging over from the 3 yard line at the 1:33 mark of the last stanza. DeSmet came right back and scored at the 19.2 second mark on a 2 yard pass to Spratley to cut the margin to the final score of 17-10.

CBC       (2-1)               

DeSmet  (1-2)

                   

 

Webster Groves v. SLUH

Number 4 ranked Webster Groves got off to a fast start by scoring a touchdown on their first drive, with the key play being a 53 yard run by quarterback Marquis Clemons.  The defending Missouri Class 5 Champions rotated quarterbacks all night between Clemons and Rayshawn Simmons.  Both were effective from the ground, as well as through the air.  They added two more touchdowns in the first quarter to lead SLUH 21 to 7.  The Jr. Bills relied upon the passing game for most of the game as Quarterback Trevor McDonagh put the ball in the air 41 times and completing 24 for 358 yards.  The 7 SLUH turnovers (4 intercepted passes and three fumbles) made it very difficult for them to stay in the game despite an offense that moved the ball very well.  Stefan Sansone lead the Jr. Bills in receiving with 13 catches for 164 yards, while middle linebacker Jason Meehan was a major force on defense for the Statesmen with 2 interceptions, 2 sacks and 11 tackles.  Statistically, the game was much closer than the final score of 31 to 14.  

Webster Groves (3-0)   31

SLUH                      (2-1)  14

 


Valle Catholic v. Herculaneum

Valle Catholic scored on their first 4 possessions and rolled to a

40-0 win over previously undefeated Herculaneum in the Jefferson County Conference opener. Sr. quarterback Alex Stoll scored 2 touchdowns and threw for another to Sr. Zach Weiler and Sr. running back Luke Uding added 2 more TD's on the ground. The Warriors had 354 yards of total offense, 253 on the ground out of their power spread. The Warrior swarming defense held the Blackcats to 106 yards of total offense in recording their third straight shutout, outscoring their opponents this season 144-0. This comes from a team that graduated 16 seniors from last years’s outstanding team that finished in 2nd place of Class 1. Currently the Warriors are ranked as the,#3 team of Class 1 in  Missouri.

Valle Catholic (3-0)    40
Herculaneum  (2-1)      0

 

              

Lindbergh v. Fox

Lindbergh’s Flyers kept their record unblemished despite the fired-up efforts of the Fox Warriors. Tim Hamm-Bey returned the opening kickoff 75 yards for the Flyers to start the fireworks early. This led to a quick 6-0 Lindbergh lead. Fox fought back and controlled play in the 2nd quarter by scoring 12 unanswered points and led 12-6 at half. In the 2nd half, the Lindbergh offense wore down the Warriors with long possessions that each culminated in TD strikes from QB Peter Simpson of Lindbergh.  Shining brightly on defense, especially in the 2nd half for Fox, was LB was J Chambers who was in double figures in tackles. At one point, Chambers was “in” on six consecutive tackles for the Warriors defense.

Lindbergh (3-0)  21

Fox           (0-3) 12

 

                       

St. Mary’s v. JF Kennedy

The Dragons hosted the Celtics in this AAA conference game. After a scoreless opening quarter, St. Mary’s opened the scoring with a 58 yard pass from Will Ruzicka to Sean Dunn to open the scoring in the 2nd quarter. In the final 2 minutes of the first half, Alan Lee stretched the lead to 13-0 with a 3 yard run

Lee scored again late in the 3rd quarter as the Dragons opened a comfortable margin.  Peter Lawrence engineered the Celtic offense well as the Celts moved the ball on three different times in the red zone only to be stopped by penalties.

St Marys     (2-1)        27

JF Kennedy (1-2)         6

 

 

                       

Howell v. Timberland

After a rather quiet first half where Francis Howell led 10-0, the Vikings ravaged the Wolves defense for 41 points in the 3rd quarter as they raised their record to 3-0 with this Gateway Athletic Conference win with a 53-21 victory. The Vikings offense rumbled for 398 yards as they mixed the offense well (225 rushing, 173 passing). A playoff team in 2009, Howell sits atop the GAC South Division after the win.

Howell        (3-0)     53

Timberland (2-1)     21

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