November 25-December 2

Glasgow vs. New Franklin Girls Basketball:

Glasgow senior Molly Reynolds guided the Lady Jackets to third place with a 14 points on four 3-pointers. Reynolds distributed the ball well in a 44-25 triumph.

Fayette vs. New Franklin Boys Basketball:

Fayette trailed 51-50 with 25 seconds to play when sophomore Cale Polson stole the ball at half court and streaked in for the game-winning layup. Fayette captured its first Glasgow Tournament championship since 1990.

Moberly vs. Macon Boys Basketball:

Moberly’s Trey Koester delivered 21 points, seven rebounds, and three blocks in his first career varsity home game. Moberly beat Macon 78-55.

Moberly vs. Macon Girls Basketball:

Moberly senior Karllana Kinder helped the Lady Spartans to a 52-35 season-opening win with 17 points on five 3-pointers.

New Franklin vs. Westran Boys Basketball:

Tyler Perkins tied for a team-high 12 points and controlled the pace at point guard as New Franklin grabbed quick control in an eventual 47-26 victory.

Madison vs. Westran Girls Basketball:

Madison junior Keleigh Bennett sparked a strong start to the second half. The Lady Panthers proceeded to dominate late in the game in a 56-36 win.

New Franklin vs. Marceline Girls Basketball:

Lady Bulldogs senior Madison Matney led the game in scoring with 17 points in her team’s 53-37 victory over Marceline in the first round of the Glasgow tournament.

Slater vs. Madison Boys Basketball:

Slater senior Keshawn White exploded in the second half to finish the game with 24 points in his team’s 62-50 win over Madison in the first round of the Glasgow tournament.

Glasgow vs. Fayette Girls Basketball:

Glasgow senior Jaden Monnig scored a game high 20 points in a 51-24 win over Fayette in the opening round of the Glasgow tournament.

Glasgow vs. Cairo Boys Basketball:

Glasgow senior Kabyl McMillan scored a game high 19 points in a 65-61 overtime win over Cairo in the opening round of the Glasgow tournament.

Monroe City vs. Valle Catholic Football:

Monroe City junior Nehemiah Batsell robbed a Valle Catholic reciever of a go ahead touchdown in the Class One state title game to help Monroe City to their first state championship since 1996. Batsell also intercepted a second pass in the beginning of the game as Monroe City won 12-7.

November 18th:

Monroe City vs. East Buchanan Football:

Monroe City safety Dawson Shively intercepted a pass in the End Zone from East Buchanan to halt the high powered Bulldog offense. The interception proved critical in the Panthers 28-14 win en route to their second straight Show-Me-Bow

November 10th:

Monroe City at Westran Football:

Monroe City junior running back Gage Bottoms rushed for 26 yards and two touchdowns on six carries and one reception for 14 yards and a touchdown in the Panthers’ 44-7 state quarterfinal win over Westran.

Platte County at Moberly:

Moberly senior Nick Gelina was the player of the game in the quarterfinal loss to Platte County. He had a 53 yard interception return for a touchdown and a 52 yard touchdown run. Gelina ran for 177 yards on 12 carries.

November 3rd:

Westran at Marceline Football:

Hornets quarterback Alex Young went 18-35 for 172 yards and 3 touchdowns, as well as rushing 32 yards on 15 carries and two touchdowns in Westran’s 42-16 win over the No. 2 Marceline Tigers.

Helias at Moberly Football:

Nick Gelina had the play of the game in Moberly’s 35-21 district championship win over Helias. After the Crusaders cut the lead to 20-14 in the 4th, Gelina answered on the next play from scrimmage with an 80 yard touchdown run. The Spartans quarterback had 9 carries for 112 yards and went over 1,000 yards for the season. He was also 6-9 passing for 94 yards and a score.

South Shelby at Monroe City:

Monroe City’s Keenan Batsell rushed for over 150 yards and a touchdown to help the Panthers to their second straight district championship over South Shelby.