2016 MSHSAA State Baseball

619px-Baseball_(crop)Prepcasts.com and MSHSAA.TV are teaming up this year for the 2016 Baseball State Championships from TR Hughes Stadium.

Prepcasts.com will provide the announcers for all the Semi Final games and will have Nate Lucas – the voice of the Springfield Cardinals and Tim Miller on all the Final Games.  All Finals are @ 1:30 pm each day.

Prepcasts.com and MSHSAA.TV will simulcast the audio portion on both formats.

 

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VIDEO BROADCASTS

All Semifinal and Championship games from the baseball championships will be available on-line at www.MSHSAA.tv.  There is a subscription fee involved with watching the games on-line.  The third-place games will not be streamed on MSHSAA.tv.

 

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67th MSHSAA Baseball Championships

Class 1 – May 30 and 31 
Class 2 – May 31 and June 1
Class 3 – June 1 and 2
Class 4 – June 3 and 4
Class 5 – June 2 and 3

O’Fallon Ballpark, O’Fallon
Admission $7 per day (re-entry permitted only with proper wristband)

 

BRACKETS & STATS

Class 1 Brackets (.html)
Class 2 Brackets (.html)
Class 3 Brackets (.html)
Class 4 Brackets (.html)
Class 5 Brackets (.html)

 

 

 

 

Valle Catholic final minute FG in the mud earns another trip to the Dome

PrintThe weather conditions were frightful, but the ending for Valle Catholic
was so delightful. The Warriors outstanding Senior kicker, Devon Kutz,
knocked home a 27 yard field goal with 45 seconds remaining, to send the
Ste. Genevieve Catholic school back to the Edward Jones Dome in St.
Louis for the 7th straight year, 16-13 over Marceline, in a Class 1 Semifinal.

The game was played with temperatures dropping into the 30’s and
northwesterly winds 20-25 mph, bringing the wind chill down to around 20
degrees. To top it off, rain fell all morning mixed with a little snow,
making field conditions extremely muddy.

After a scoreless first quarter, Valle got on the board late in the
first half with a 3 play, 51 yard drive. Sr. QB Connor Basler found Cole
Wood on a catch and run 51 yard TD. It was the first points allowed by
the Tigers in 8 games. Basler threw 2 TD’s on the day, running his total
to 55 on the season. Basler had 244 yards on 16-30 through the air with
1 pick. Kutz’s kick made it 7-0 with 1:44 remaining in the half and that
was the halftime score.

Marceline, with their run-oriented offense. got back into the game on
their first possession of the 2nd half with an 8 play, 60 yard touchdown
drive. It was capped off by a 1 yard run by Jr. FB Duane Avila and with
the Dylan Ewigman kick, it was 7-7 with 8:23 to go in the 3rd.

It stayed that way throughout quarter 3 with the adverse conditions
affecting everything the teams did. Valle regained the lead early in the
4th against the Tigers 3-3 stacked D on a 5 play-62 yard drive as
Garrett Jaegers caught a 29 yard pass from Basler for a 13-7 Warriors
lead and 9:19 left. Kutz’s kick, however, went wide right.

The Tigers countered with a 9 play, 72 yard drive and tied the game as
Jr. RB Jarred Best went into the house from 10 yards away for a 13 all
tie. The kick was blown wide left and it stayed deadlocked with 5:34 to go.

The blue clad Warriors spread came right back down the field on a 9
play, 72 yard drive, culminated by the 27 yard Kutz FG through the
biting crosswind, for a 16-13 advantage with 45 ticks on the clock.

Marceline, who ended 0-3 through the air, had 2 passes picked off by
Cole Wood and Devon Kutz in the final 40 seconds, with Kutz’s pick on
the final play as Valle’s fans erupted with joy.

Valle Catholic finished with 392 yards of total offense, 148 on the
ground. The Tigers were held to 241 yards, all on the ground, on 51
plays. The Warriors ran 65 plays.

Sr. DE Colin Okenfuss led the Warriors with 15 tackles, 2 QB Sacks, and
3 tackles for losses. Sr. ILB Kurtis Meyer had 11 total tackles, and now
has 138 on the season. Jr. OLB Cole Wood add 10, including 2 tackles for
losses, and a pick. Sr. defensive tackles Brock Kertz and Matthew Skaggs
had 9 tackles apiece.

Valle Catholic advances to the Class 1 State Championship against Penney
(Hamilton) (11-3) Saturday, the last team to defeat the Warriors in the State
Title game in 2012, 60-34. Valle has won 44 straight games. Penney upset
Skyline, 29-12 in the other semi.

You can hear the Valle Catholic-Penney game on Prepcasts Ste. Genevieve.
Pre-game at 1:45, including the ceremony honoring the 1995 State
Championship Warrior team. Valle will be seeking their 14th overall
State Championship. The opening kickoff is scheduled for 2:15.

Valle Catholic captures physical battle over Thayer

prepcasts ste gen logoValle Catholic notched their 13th win this season and their 43rd
consecutive victory over the last 3 years with a hard hitting 17-10
triumph at Thayer (11-2).

The Warriors overcame 6 turnovers and injuries to 3 two-way starters,
Tristan Huck, Nick Oberle, and Zach Viox. The teams traded turnovers in
the first minute of the game.

Valle penetrated to the Bobcats 10 and 6 in the first half before
fumbling and then turning the ball over on downs. The Warriors out first
downed Thayer 14-3 in the opening 24 minutes, but it was scoreless at
the intermission.

The Warriors finally broke on top early in the 3rd quarter with a 10
play, 61 yard drive, culminated on a 1 yard run by SR. QB Connor Basler
with 7:30 to go in the 3rd quarter. Sr. Devon Kutz added his first of
two extra points for a 7-0 lead.  The blue clad school from Ste.
Genevieve got the ball back two minutes later and went on a 5 play, 63
yard drive, fueled by backup Sr. RB Zach Viox, who took it to the house
the final 29 yards down the left sidelines for a 14-0 VC lead. That came
with 4:07 left in the 3rd. Viox had 11 carries for 64 yards in his “next
man up” role.

Valle extended the lead to 17-0 early in the 4th quarter with a 9
play-52 yard drive. Kutz banged home a 32 yard FG with 11:23 left in the
very physical game.

The Bobcats were called for intentional grounding and moved back to
their own 5 a few seconds later before Matt Griffith went 95 yards for
the only Thayer TD on the day to make it 17-7 with 11:02 to go.

The Warriors Basler had a punt blocked at his own 10 with under 5
minutes remaining, but Thayer settled for a 25 yard Landon Tyler field
goal with 3:35 left.

Valle took over at the Bobcats 44 following a failed onside kick
attempt, but turned the ball over at the Thayer 35 on an ill advised
pass and interception with 40 seconds remaining. Kutz’s pick with 5
seconds to go ended the suspense and the Warriors survived. The Bobcats
had 4 turnovers.

Valle out first downed Thayer 26-6 and finished with 79 plays for 460
yards of total offense. Basler was 16-34 for 265 yards. Garrett Jaegers
had 5 catches for 102 yards. The Bobcats ran 56 plays for 263 yards.
Three plays totaled 169 yards for the Bobcats, and the other 56 plays
only 94 yards, 1.7 yards per play. QB Aiden Henry was 2-14 for 74 yards.

The Warriors advance to the semifinals against Marceline (12-1) Saturday
afternoon at Fr. John Dempsey Field in Ste. Genevieve. Game time is
1:00. The Tigers have shut out their last 7 opponents.

You can hear the game LIVE on Prepcasts Ste. Genevieve on your computer
or any mobile device at m.prepcasts.ezstream.com. An extended pre-game
show at noon with the opening kickoff at 1:00.

Turnovers lead to season ending loss for Ste. Gen.

prepcasts ste gen logoThe 2015 football season ended in atypical fashion for Ste. Genevieve
(10-2) Friday night. A team that went into their Class 3 District
Championship game against Park Hills Central (10-2) with a +13
takeaway-giveaway ratio turned it over 5 times in a 35-28 loss to the
Rebels.

The Dragons jumped out 6-0 early on a first possession 3 play, 66 yard
drive, as Sr. RB Anthony Roe followed a 51 yard run with an 11 yard
jaunt to pay dirt. The extra point try was wide just :57 into the game.
PH Central came right back on a 5 play-65 yard drive as Sr. QB Jake
Bridges hit soph. slot receiver Tristan Campbell on a 38 yard completion
and with the Bridges 1st of 5 extra points it was 7-6 with 8:24 to go in
the opening quarter.

Back to back Dragon turnovers led to the Rebels next 2 scores. After a
Roe pick at his own 5, he fumbled it right back to PHC at the 10. Two
plays later, Bridges threw his 2nd of 4 TD passes to Keenan Johnson from
9 yards out and it was 14-6 with 10:33 left in the half. On the next
play from scrimmage, Kyle Halter picked off a deflected Wyatt
Lalumandier pass at the SG 31. 6-3, 235 pound fullback Drew Harlow
rumbled 17 yards for the TD to finish off a 2 play drive. It was 21-6
Rebels just :48 later.

Ste. Gen penetrated inside the Central 30 on their next possession but
fumbled it away for their 3rd turnover of the first half and it was 21-6
Rebels at the intermission.

The Dragons grabbed some momentum early in the 3rd when Roe picked off a
Bridges pass and rambled 32 yards to the house on a pick 6 and with a 2
point Austin Brewer run, it was 21-14 with 10:09 left.

The Rebels countered with an 11 play, 79 yard drive, and a 32 yard
Bridges to John Goheen TD pass to increase the lead to 28-14 with 4:27
remaining in the 3rd.

Ste Gen did not quit and countered with a 5 play, 42 yard drive and
Brewer scored from the 2. The Dragons went for 2 and failed, keeping it
at 28-20 6:35 from the finish.

The biggest play of the game occurred with 4:17 left when the Rebels
went for it on 4th and 1 from their own 44 and Bridges found Campbell
again on a play action bootleg from 56 yards out to finish off a 4
play-65 yard drive and a 35-20 advantage.

SG’s Luke Brewster returned the following kickoff 58 yards to the Rebel
25 and 4 plays later Lalumandier hit Blake Moore for a TD from 9 yards
away and with the Lalumandier 2 point run it was 35-28 with 2:31 left.

A 3 and out gave the Dragons one more shot with 2:00 remaining as they
started from the PHC 47 following a short punt. They moved it to the 21
before they were stopped on downs and the Rebels survived.

The Dragons finished with 32 rushing plays for 255 yards and Lalumandier
was 7-19 for 72 to give SG 327 yards of total offense. PHC was held to
82 yards rushing on 39 carries, but Bridges completed 14-23 for 262
yards and 344 yards of total offense.

Roe ended his high school career with 15 carries for 122 yards and
Brewer had 13 for 82. Harlow was held to 20 carries for 71 yards.

Valle Catholic from Ste. Genevieve won their 42nd straight game over 3
seasons, tying them for the 5th longest winning streak in the country,
as they rolled over previously undefeated Mark Twain, 44-0, in a Class 1
District Championship Game. Tristan Huck had 3 TD’s and ran for 88
yards. Sr. QB Connor Basler threw for 239 yards and 3 TD passes, raising
his total to 53, as the Warriors improved to 12-0.

They will travel to Thayer (11-1) for a 1:00 Saturday afternoon game in
the Class 1 Quarterfinals. You can hear that contest on Prepcasts Ste.
Genevieve starting with the pre-game at 12:15.

Dragons pull away from Potosi; advance to District by Frank Kirchmer

ste genIt was not the start that Ste. Genevieve Head Coach Ken Weik wanted, but
the 6th ranked Dragons (10-1) were able to separate themselves from
stubborn Potosi in the 2nd half for a 35-14 victory over the Trojans in
a Class 3, District 1, Semifinal.

Ste. Gen’s 9th straight win puts them into the Championship game against
#2 seed, 9-2 Park Hills Central, who rallied for a 28-21 triumph over
Kennett in the other Semi. The Dragons beat the Rebels during the
regular season, 40-21.

The Trojans recovered an onside kick on the opening kickoff and
proceeded to go 45 yards in 7 plays, with Kyle Osia booting a 36 yard
field goal for a 3-0 advantage and 8:23 to go in the opening quarter.

Ste. Gen responded late in the quarter with a 35 yard Anthony Roe TD run
that culminated a 12 play, 80 yard drive. Dalton Giesler booted his
first of 5 extra points for a 7-3 lead :13 from the end of the first 12
minutes.

The inspired Trojans then went 14 plays and 48 yards before settling for
another Osia FG of 29 yards and a 7-6 game with just 4:59 left in the
half.

SG countered following a fumble recovery at their own 29 and traversed
71 yards in just 5 plays with Roe breaking several tackles on a 44 yard
journey to the house 1:50 before halftime. It was 14-6 at the
intermission.

Austin Brewer, who had 121 yards on 21 carries in the run oriented
Dragons offense, scored from 9 yards away to finish a 10 play, 49 yard
drive with 6:55 to go in the 3rd for a little breathing room at 21-6.
Roe scored his 3rd touchdown from a yard away that wrapped up an 11
play, 52 yard drive, as the 3rd quarter ended for a 28-6 lead. He ended
the night with 149 yards on 18 carries. The Dragons had 44 carries as a
team for 307 yards and only one pass completion. The Trojans finished
with 210 yards of total offense, 150 on the ground.

Jr. QB Wyatt Lalumandier scored the final TD on a 45 yard option run
with 10:44 to go in the game and a 35-6 lead. Potosi tallied on the SG
reserves with exactly 1:00 remaining as QB Jordan Huerta found WR
Tristan Brown from 30 yards out to complete a 9 play, 82 yard drive.
Zach Price ran in the 2 point conversion for the 35-14 final.

In Class 1, Valle Catholic won their 41st straight game over 3 years,
scoring 49 1st quarter points, and beating St. Vincent, 63-7. The
Warriors had two pick 6’s in the game and 4 total interceptions plus 509
yards of total offense, 264 through the air and 245 on the ground,
mostly in the 1st half. The Warriors (11-0) will play undefeated Mark
Twain (11-0) in the District Championship game at Fr. John Dempsey Field
Friday night.

You can hear both the PH Central @ Ste. Gen and Mark Twain @ Valle games
LIVE on Prepcasts Ste. Genevieve at 7:00 Friday night.

Ste. Gen runs over NMCC in District opener

prepcasts ste gen logoThe 6th ranked Class 3 Ste. Genevieve Dragons (9-1) rushed for 444 yards
Friday night on their way to their 8th straight victory, 49-6, over New
Madrid County Central (1-9), in an opening round District contest.

Sr. running backs Anthony Roe and Austin Brewer each scored 3 touchdowns
as the Dragons offensive line dominated the Eagles with their split back
veer attack. Ste. Gen threw the ball only 3 times for 30 yards.

After fumbling the ball away on the first possession, the Eagles coughed
it right back, and Brewer made a spectacular 58 yard trip to the end
zone on the next play with 4 nifty cutback moves. The extra point was
missed and Ste. Gen’s lead was 6-0 with 9:45 to go in the 1st.

Brewer went 35 yards to the house on the next possession following the
2nd of 4 NMCC turnovers. Roe ran in the 2 point conversion to make it
14-0 at 8:18 mark. The Dragons would tack on another TD before the
quarter ended on a 5 play 58 yard drive and a 14 yard Roe run to make it
20-0 and still 3:23 left in the quarter as the point again was missed.

Ste. Gen continued to add on at the 9:52 mark of the 2nd as Roe scored
his 2nd on a 17 yard run to finish off a 6 play, 50 yard drive. Roe’s 2
point conversion run made it 28-0.

The onslaught continued with a 5 play, 69 yard drive and a 20 yard trip
to the end zone for Brewer. The Dalton Giesler first of 3 extra points
made it 35-0 with 5:35 left in the half. The Dragons added two more TD’s
before the half ended, following a pair of Gabe Greminger picks, as Roe
scored from the 1 following a 64 yard gallop, and Wyatt Hahn tacked on a
1 yard run to make it 49-0 with 1:28 left in the half.

The Eagles scored the only TD of the 2nd half on a 12 play, 59 yard
drive, as Eddie Granberry caught a 25 yard pass from QB Brock Blakely.

Brewer had 11 carries for 189 yards and Roe added 11 more for 145 yards.
The Dragons had 382 yards in the first half alone, with 352 on the
ground. QB Wyatt Lalumandier was 1-3 for 30 yards. NMCC finished with 51
plays for 150 yards. Javarcus Word had 50 yards on 22 carries.

The Dragons will host Potosi (5-5) in the District Semifinals next
Friday night. You can hear that game on Prepcasts Ste. Genevieve. Ste.
Gen won the first meeting 41-13.

Valle Catholic (10-0) won their 40th straight in the last 3 years, 70-0,
over Louisiana, in a Class 1 District opener. Connor Basler had 5 more
TD passes and now has 46 through 10 games. The Warriors meet St. Vincent
(5-5) in the Semifinals Friday. We will update that game throughout the
night Friday.

Ste. Gen wins a wild one by Frank Kirchmer

prepcasts ste gen logoSte. Genevieve (8-1) won their seventh straight game and clinched the
top seed in the Class 3 District 1 playoffs Friday night as they
survived a late scare in a 42-35 victory over Caruthersville (5-4).

The 8th ranked Dragons had 461 yards of total offense, 297 on the
ground. Jr. QB Wyatt Lalumandier was 12-17 for 164 yards, 151 of those
in the first half. Sr. Anthony Roe scampered 17 times for 180 yards,
including a 63 yard TD, and caught 3 passes for 75 yards with 2 of those
going for touchdowns of 13 and 36 yards from Lalumandier.

The Dragons went 99 yards with their first possession on 11 plays and
Roe caught his first TD of the night with 5:01 left in the opening
quarter. Dalton Giesler added his first of 7 extra points for a 7-0
advantage.

Ste. Gen took a 14-0 lead early in quarter 2 on an 8 play, 76 yard
drive, with Sr. Wyatt Hahn scoring from the 3.

The Tigers, who had 361 yards of total offense, 203 rushing and 158
through the air, battled back to tie the game at 14. Sr. QB Peyton
Faulkner culminated a 6 play, 54 yard drive, with a 4 yard run. Terrius
Rodgers added his first of 5 extra points to make it 14-7 with 6:47 to
play in the half. Caruthersville came right back with a 7 play, 75 yard
drive, and Roderick Jones went 20 yards for the tying TD with 1:48 to go
in the half.

The Dragons countered just 28 seconds later as Lalumandier hit Roe for
the 36 yarder and a 21-14 halftime lead.

Ste. Gen came out of the gate in the 2nd half trying to put it away as
they scored on their first possession with Austin Brewer culminating a 6
play, 55 yard drive, on an 8 yard TD run and a 28-14 game
and 9:48 to go in the third. Brewer carried the ball 16 times on the
night for 106 yards and 2 TD’s.

After getting the ball back on a punt, the Dragons went 86 yards in 4
plays with Roe getting his third TD of the night on a 63 yard burst up
the middle for a what appeared to be a commanding 35-14 lead and 6:06
left in the quarter. Roe finished with 255 yards of total offense.

The Tigers weren’t going quietly into the frosty night, though. After
recovering a SG fumble at the Dragons 20, it took 3 plays for Faulkner
to find Terrance Raspberry for the TD and a 35-21 game with 10:15
remaining in the game.

The gritty Tigers cut it to 35-28 with 4:05 left as they travelled 71
yards in 8 plays and Faulkner tallied from the 2.

Ste. Gen then went 3 and out and had to punt the ball away. It was
muffed by Demarco Slaughter and recovered by Brandon Hinson at the
C’ville 25. SG scored 5 plays later on a Brewer 2 yard run with :56
remaining and it was 42-28.

Back came Caruthersville 6 plays and 55 yards and Faulkner hit Raspberry
for an 8 yard TD with only :11 left.

The Tigers then recovered an onside kick at their own 49 and got off 2
plays, one of which was a dropped pass, and the Dragons survived.

Faulkner was 8-18 for 158 yards and 2 TD’s as Raspberry caught 7 of
those for 155 and both TD’s. The Tigers ran for 203 yards on 45 carries,
led by Faulkner’s 22 for 109.

The Dragons will host 8th seeded New Madrid County Central (1-8) Friday
night in a Class 3 District 1 quarterfinal. You can hear that game LIVE
on Prepcasts Ste. Genevieve.

Valle Catholic (9-0) wrapped up the top seed in Class 1 District 1 over
#2 seed Mark Twain (9-0). The Warriors will host Louisiana (0-9) Friday
night in the quarterfinals. Prepcasts Ste. Genevieve will have updates
of that game.

78-8 gets you 38 by Frank Kirchmer

prepcasts ste gen logoValle Catholic (8-0) jumped to a quick 29-0 lead just over 7 minutes
into the game and went on to a 78-8 victory over Herculaneum (2-5)
Friday night.

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The Warriors Jr. FB Tristan Huck and Nick Oberle each scored 3
touchdowns and Sr. QB Connor Basler threw 5 more TD passes as Valle led
64-8 at the half before emptying their bench.

It was a 7 play, 61 yard opening drive that gave the Warriors the lead
as Basler hit Huck on a swing pass for 14 yards. Devon Kutz added his
first of 7 extra points for a 7-0 lead with 10:51 left in the opening
quarter.

Oberle returned a Black Cat punt 33 yards to the 2 and Huck took it in
from there for a 14-0 advantage just 3:33 into the game. Oberle then
pick up a fumble and rumbled 12 yards into the end zone just 1:08 later.
After a bad snap on the conversion, Kutz picked the ball up and hit Sr.
Brendan Samples for the 2 pointer and a 22-0 cushion.

The Warriors partially blocked a Herky punt and took over at their 17.
Jr. slot receiver Cole Wood caught a 3 yard pass out of the VC spread
for the touchdown with 4:53 to go in the opening 12 minutes. It was
29-0.

Herculaneum scored their only TD of the night as FB Sawyer Wilfong
scored on a 2 yard run, culminating a 4 play, 60 yard drive. He then
caught a 2 point conversion pass from QB Tim Venable for a 29-8 game and
still 3:06 left in quarter 1.

Basler and the Warriors struck right back on a quick drive exactly one
minute later as he found Oberle on a 13 yard scoring strike for a 36-8
lead after one. Basler finished 12-20 for 223 yards as Valle totaled 374
yards of offense.

The onslaught continued in the 2nd quarter as Oberle caught an 11 yarder
and Garrett Jaegers a 13 yard TD. Huck added a 10 yard run to paydirt as
did backup QB Mason Skaggs from the 4.

The final touchdowns in the 2nd half were scored by Sr. Matt Luttrell on
a 60 yard bubble screen from Skaggs and Sr. Seth Mueller picked up a
blocked punt and returned it 23 yards.

The Warriors held Herky to 85 total yards on 44 plays.

The Class 1 top ranked Warriors have now won 38 straight over 3 years.
They will finish their regular season at home next Friday against St.
Pius (Festus) (4-4).

Ste. Genevieve, now 7-1, and ranked 10th in Class 3, shut out De Soto,
41-0. Austin Brewer scored 4 TD’s. The Dragons close their regular
season at home against Caruthersville (5-3) Friday night. You can hear
that game LIVE on Prepcasts Ste. Genevieve at 7:00.

#37 for Valle Catholic by Frank Kirchmer

prepcasts ste gen logoValle Catholic Sr. QB Connor Basler scored 3 touchdowns on the ground
and threw for 2 more Friday night as the top ranked Class 1 Warriors
(7-0) captured their 37th straight victory, 42-3, over Potosi.

The Warriors scored on their second possession with an 8 play, 66 yard
drive, as Jr. FB Tristan Huck scored from one. Sr. Devon Kutz added the
first of his 6 extra points and Valle led 7-0 with 6:49 to go in the 1st
quarter.

Valle added 2 more scores before the quarter ended. Basler found pay
dirt on an 18 yard run following a short punt with 4:28 remaining and
then hit fellow Sr. Garrett Jaegers on a quick 9 yard slant to polish
off a 4 play, 40 yard drive at the 1:56 mark for a 21-0 lead.

Valle’s defense dominated the Trojans most of the night, with 12 tackles
for losses. Sr. linebacker Kurtis Meyer had 15 tackles. The Trojans had
only 99 yards of total offense, 71 of those on 2 pass plays.

It was a 6 play, 71 yard drive in the 2nd quarter that gave the blue
clad Warriors a 28-0 lead at halftime. Basler again went 18 yards on a
spread read option for the touchdown with 3:47 remaining in the half.

The Warriors tacked on two 2nd half TD’s. Basler found Cole Wood on a 1
yard TD pass with 8:50 left in the 3rd and then raced 70 yards for his
trifecta touchdown 10:51 from the finish for a 42-0 advantage.

The Trojans got on the board with just 5:37 to go on a 37 yard Kyle Osla
field goal.

Valle had 388 yards of total offense, 216 on the ground. Basler was
12-19 for 172 yards. He has now thrown for 31 touchdowns this season and
run for 7 more.

Ste. Genevieve (6-1) won their 5th straight in dominating fashion,
62-17, over Perryville on Homecoming night. The Dragons travel to De
Soto (4-3) Friday.

Valle Catholic will be at Herculaneum (2-5) Friday night. You can hear
that game LIVE on Prepcasts Ste. Genevieve with updates of Ste. Gen- De
Soto.

Dragons take down #5 by Frank Kirchmer

prepcasts ste gen logoThe Ste. Genevieve Dragons midline split back veer offense dominated
previously unbeaten Park Hills Central (5-1) Friday night with 369 yards
rushing en route to a signature 40-21 victory over the Class 3 #5 ranked
Rebels.

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Senior running backs Anthony Roe and Austin Brewer each went over 100
yards for the 4th straight week. Brewer had 161 yards on 22 carries and
Roe ran for 156 and 3 touchdowns on 17 carries. QB Wyatt Lalumandier
added 53 more yards on 12 totes of the mail as the Dragons repeatedly
came up with big 3rd and 4th down conversions. SG was 10-16 on 3rd down
and 3-6 on 4th down.

Lalumandier completed 7-14 passes for 156 yards, 2 for touchdowns of 17
yards to Logan Rhinehart and 26 to Dalton Giesler. The Dragons finished
with a whopping 525 yards of total offense in a game they never trailed.

Ste. Gen scored first late in the 1st quarter on an 11 play, 74 yard
drive capped off by Roe’s 2 yard run with :48 left for a 7-0 advantage.
PH Central countered 2 plays later on the 1st play of the 2nd quarter as
Rebel QB Jake Bridges hit Drew Harlow on a beautiful throw and catch
from 43 yards out and a 7-7 tie.

The Dragons came right back with a 3 play 81 yard drive and a 62 yard
Roe gallop to the house for a 14-7 lead with 10:48 to go in the half.
The final SG TD came just :22 from the end of the half following a
Bridges fumble at the Rebel 34. It took 8 plays for Lalumandier to find
Rhinehart on a slant from 17 yards away. SG dominated statistically in
the opening 24 minutes running 40 plays for 269 yards to the Rebels 18
plays for just 124.

Central took nearly half of the 3rd quarter clock to go 80 yards in 11
plays as Bridges snuck it in from inches away on 4th down and then
alertly ran in the 2 point conversion after a low snap for a 20-15 game
and 6:44 left in quarter 3.

Ste. Gen countered quickly with a 7 play, 62 yard drive 3 minutes later
and Lalumandier hit Giesler on a 4th down crossing route for a 26-15
lead. The Rebels scored again less than a minute later as Bridges again
found Harlow down the middle of the field for a 62 yard TD catch and run
to cut the lead back to 26-21 as a try for two failed.

Back came Ste. Gen in the highly entertaining game just over a minute
later with :52 to go in the 3rd as a 50 yard Brewer run set up a 25 yard
tight rope sideline TD jaunt by Lalumandier. He also scored on the 2
point conversion run and the Dragons had a 34-21 lead after 3.

Ste. Gen had a pair of defensive stops in the 4th and put the cherry on
the sundae with 1:28 left as Roe busted into the end zone for his 3rd TD
from the Rebel 27.

Ste. Gen held Bridges to 10-20 passing for 209 yards and 104 yards on
the ground for 313 total. The Dragons were led defensively by DE Morgan
Schenk with 9 tackles.

Much of the credit goes to the Dragon offensive line that features all
seniors, center Leelan Huck, guards, Gabe Harmon and Kade Jett, and
tackles Schenk and AJ Gonz.

The Dragons will host Perryville for homecoming next Friday night.

Prepcasts Ste. Genevieve will audio stream Valle Catholic (6-0) hosting
Potosi (4-2) at 7:00. The top ranked Class 1 Warriors won their 36th
straight covering 3 seasons, 63-6, over Jefferson R-7.