2019 Football Finalists
JacksonWalker was the at the head of Jacksonís lethal offensive attack, throwing for 3,110 yards and 42 TDs while running for 638 yards and 7 TDs. Walker was named first team all-conference, alldistrict, all-region, and all-state.
JacksonKent was a superstar for Jackson, catching 76 passes for 1,498 yards and a whopping 28 TDs. He earned first team all-conference, all-district, all-region, and all-state honors and was named regional offensive player of the year.
JacksonTollison was the left tackle and anchor for a Jackson offense that averaged 47.6 points and 508.2 yards per game. He was named first team all-conference, all-district, and all-region along with being named second team all-state.
Scott CityMay was the centerpoint of Scott Cityís attack, rushing for 1,431 yards and 16 TDs while catching 21 passes for 285 yards and 4 TDs. He was named first team all-conference, all-district, and all-region while getting a second team all-state nod.
CharlestonAnderson was the leader of the Charleston attack, rushing for a ridiculous 2,944 yards and 38 TDs. Anderson is committed to playing football at Southeast Missouri State.
HaytiWinters had a season for the ages, rushing for 2,786 yards and 59 total TDs while leading Hayti to a state championship and a perfect 15-0 record. He was named the Missouri Class 1 Offensive Player of the Year.
KennettHarrell ran for 1,471 yards and 20 TDs on his way to leading SEMO South in scoring with 144 points. He was named the Class 3 all-region offensive MVP.
KennettLemons anchored the offensive line for a Kennett rushing attack that ran for 3,203 yards. He was named first team all-conference, all-district, all-region, and all-state along with being named the SEMO South Lineman of the Year.
HaytiMoore was a swiss army knife for Haytiís state championship winning team, throwing for 1,522 yards and rushing for 1,011 yards. He was named second team all-state as an athlete.
Poplar BluffTownsend was a dual threat for Poplar Bluff, being both running back and kick returner, he amassed 1,524 total yards and 16 TDs.
ChaffeeSullivan was a captain and linebacker for Chaffee, recording 102 tackles (13 for loss), forcing six fumbles and recovering two. He was named first team all-conference, all-district, and all-region.
DexterStrong was a menace at linebacker for Dexter, recording 145 tackles (89 solo), 13 tackles for loss. He also got one interception and three fumble recoveries on the way to winning the Derland Moore award and being named second team all-state.
JacksonAmelunke led the Jackson defensive line, recording 96 tackles (19 for loss), 4 sacks, and 2 fumble recoveries. He was named first team all-conference and all-region.
JacksonMcDowell was all over the field for Jackson, finishing the year with 169 tackles (29 for loss), and 7 sacks. He earned SEMO North and Regional Defensive player of the year along with being named first team all-conference, all-district, and all-region to go with a second team all-state nod.
JacksonNorman made his presence felt for Jackson, getting 154 tackles (19 for loss) and 3 sacks while forcing 4 fumbles and recovering 2. He was named first team all-conference and all-region.
KennettPlaying on both sides of the line of scrimmage, Lemons made 69 tackles (29 for loss) and 2 sacks. Lemons was named Class 3 all-region Defensive MVP.
HaytiThere wasnít an offensive lineman that could stay in front of Stevenson this year, he accumulated 118 tackles (28 for loss), a whopping 15 sacks, 4 forced fumbles, and 1 interception for Haytiís state title winning team. He was named the Class 1 Missouri Defensive Player of the Year.
HaytiWeatherspoon was the lead linebacker for the Hayti state championship team, amassing 123 tackles (11 for loss), 9 sacks, 5 forced fumbles, and 3 interceptions. He was awarded first team all-state.
CaruthersvilleHollywood was a star along the defensive line for Caruthersville, making 56 tackles (11.5 for loss) to go along with 3 sacks. He was awarded second team all-state for his efforts.
SikestonJamison was the leader of the Sikeston defense, recording 67 tackles (19 for loss) and 3 sacks. After the season, he was given third team all-state honors.