FNF high school football scores and photos: Week 7

3 years 8 months 2 weeks ago Friday, October 03 2014 Oct 3, 2014 Friday, October 03, 2014 5:49:00 PM CDT October 03, 2014 in Friday Night Fever
By: John Zupon, KOMU 8 Sports Digital Producer

COLUMBIA - There were some crazy scores in week seven of mid-Missouri high school football. It seems the cold did not slow any one down, as evidenced by a lot of high scores.

Click here to see all the scores.

In our game of the week, Palmyra beat Centralia to become the best of the Panthers. Centralia now has a four game losing streak at a very inopportune moment in the season.

Helias traveled north and beat Rock Bridge as the Bruins could not handel Hale Hentges and the rest of the Crusaders. Hickman continued its slide, and is now 0-7. Battle moved back over .500 with a win tonight.

Camdenton pulled out a close one, coming down to the last play. The Lakers beat Waynesville 21-20. Both Callaways clobbered their opponants; North Callaway over Clopton 36-8 and South Callaway beating Montgomery County 62-0.

Remember to tweet your game photos next week to @komunews or @komusports, or email us at ShareIt@komu.com. Instagram works too, @komunews.

Updates appear below in reverse chronological order, with the newest on top.

Back and forth, seems like a marathon rather than a football game.

No fun until you see the big W next to your name.

Nice grab!

Go with what you know.

Hickman needs to turn this ship around fast, they cannot lose another game.

That would have been huge, but instead they head to the half down.

Big play right before half for the Falcons. Moving into prime scoring position.

Usually he comes in big in the fourth quarter. He has showed that the past two weeks.

You can say that again. This one will come down to the wire!

The Crusaders take a chance and lose big, but the Bruins are trying to make something happen right before half. What a play by the Bruin DB.

King of the field?

Maybe a shift in the tide. Helias hopes it's not.

That is a cool tradition

The Jays should find an answer to their problems sooner than later.

South Callaway turning it on.

Ekern looking like a beast with 14 points of his own.

Rock Bridge starting to stall after coming out hot.

Jefferson City coming back in a big way after losing to Rock Bridge last week.

A big play for Helias down early!

Scores

Helias 36

Rock Bridge 14

Lee's Summit North 7

Battle 37

Confluence Academy 6

Jefferson City 48

Hickman 6

Rockhurst 42

Kirksville 13

Mexico 47

Eldon 16

Osage 21

Fulton 20

Boonville 6

Blair Oaks 10

California 21

Waynesville 20

Camdenton 21

Rolla 65

Glendale 72

Smith-Cotton 28

Clinton 6

Truman 37

Marshall 22

Moberly 12

Hannibal 46

Montgomery County 0

South Callaway 62

Clopton 8

North Callaway 36

Palmyra 32

Centralia 14

Marceline 54

Fayette 12

MMA 6

Father Tolton 50

Slater 0

Paris 57

Brookfield 54

Macon 13

Union 56

Owensville 16

Southern Boone 24

Warsaw 10

Hallsville 49

Versailles 6

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