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Some seasons continued, while others ended. Tears were shed as players mourned the loss of their hopes for a district title. While Boonville and Centralia fell to their opponents, Hallsville, Helias and Mexico continued their postseason glory and are now heading to district championships.

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After three weeks of play, Jefferson City was still searching for its first win of the season. Last Friday, while most high school football teams were competing in district quarterfinal games, Jefferson City was left without a match. The Jays had earned a first-round bye in the Class 4 District 5 tournament. Second-seeded Jefferson City ended the season winning five of its last six games, giving it a 5-4 record and matching its highest regular-season win total since 2016.

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The heat of grills and the evaporated shrills of fans and coaches trailed into the night sky as players slipped and sloshed on wet turfs and muddy fields. Hickman and Tolton’s seasons came to an end, while Battle, Blair Oaks and Boonville’s will continue for at least one more week.