FNF WEEK FOUR PART 1
COLUMBIA - Mid-Missouri football teams and fans had a humid night of Friday night football. (See scores and postponements.
Three teams started games early tonight to avoid the late-night rainy forecast. Muddy conditions left from the morning rain made for a messy night on the field. Four teams postponed their games until Saturday or Monday, some mid-contest.
All of Columbia's high schools played on their home fields Friday night, but many failed to defend their turf. Lee's Summit shut out Rock Bridge 36-0 for the Bruins' fourth straight loss of the 2016 season. Jefferson City's Helias defeated Hickman 52-14 for the Kewpie's fourth straight loss of the season also.
Boonville snuck by Tolton into the endzone and onto the scoreboard for a 35-27 win.
This week's Friday Night Fever Game of the Week featured a match-up between the Southern Boone County Eagles and the Hallsville Indians. Southern Boone Co. shut out Hallsville 41-0. Since Hallville's first season with a varsity team in 2008, the Indians have won just eight games.
North and South Callaway faced off for the annual Callaway Cup. The South Callaway Bulldogs defended their title with a 36-14 victory lap against the North Callaway Thunderbirds.
Each Friday night we ask that you tweet your game photos to @komunews or@komusports. Friday Night Fever is now on Snapchat too. Add KOMU_FNF for a recap of the action between Jefferson City and Hickman (see snap code above).
All tweets below appear in reverse chronological order with the newest tweets appearing at the top.
An odd formation on the two-point conversion try failed for MMA after a 30 yard TD pass. MMA 6, Slater 0@KOMUsports pic.twitter.com/WFBjJXCaWk— Kevin Levine (@KLevine15) September 9, 2016