FNF high school football scores and photos: Week 9

5 years 5 months 3 weeks ago Friday, October 17 2014 Oct 17, 2014 Friday, October 17, 2014 5:51:00 PM CDT October 17, 2014 in Friday Night Fever
By: John Zupon, KOMU 8 Sports Digital Producer

COLUMBIA - That is it, the regular season is over for most mid-Missouri high school football teams. Hickman and Hazelwood Central meet tomorrow.

Everyone plays at least one more week because of districts.

Click here to see all the scores.

Friday had some good games, some that were blowouts from the beginning and some that started off close and ended up with a wide spread.

Rock Bridge almost had the upset against CBC. They had a lead through most of three quarters, but CBC really pulled out in the end, scoring 23 of their 40 points in the fourth quarters.

One game that was just an all out rout was South Shelby 60 over Harrisburg who scored 8.

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.

Wow, the Falcon offense has really showed up today.

Rock Bridge defense stepping up!

Big time for RBHS!

Congratulations Zane!

Getting up early would be huge for the Bruins, CBC is really good to say the least.

First score of the night is in!

 

 

Scores

CBC 40

Rock Bridge 26

Battle 28

Hannibal 14

Jefferson City 17

Rockhurst 34

Sulivan 3

Helias 56

Marshall 56

Boonville 28

Versialles 14

Blair Oaks 63

Centralia 35

Macon 42

Moberly 16

Mexico 33

Rolla 21

West Plains 42

Camdenton

Glendale

Waynesville 28

Kickapoo 21

Center 7

Smith-Cotton 12

Osage 38

Hallsville 20

Eldon 14

Southern Boone 19

Van-Far 30

North Callaway 40

Sacred Heart 0

Father Tolton 31

Fayette 12

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