Football back in action

After a 6-5 season, fans can watch Griffon football get back to action during their spring game on Friday. Although Western lost a large senior class at the end of the 2015 season, they have found new or developed talent to step into multiple positions. One of the biggest positions in question going into the […]

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Griffons run away from Lopers

That’s more of the offense we expect. The struggling Western offense busted out in a big way against Nebraska-Kearney and dominated the winless Loper squad to the tune of a 34-17 beatdown. “We had lost our mojo offensively,” Western coach Jerry Partridge said. “We weren’t as confident as we needed to be and it was […]

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Offense struggles in lose in Emporia

Western avoided their third shutout in the Jerry Partridge-era with a 19-yard Tanner Pettet field goal with just 28 seconds left. The Griffons fell 17-3 on Saturday in Emporia to the Hornets.Partridge said he was “disappointed” in the performance of the team. “We are not performing to the level that I think our program standard […]

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Western prevails despite injuries

Without starting quarterback Skyler Windmiller or star wide receiver Dee Toliver, Missouri Western was still able to pull away from Lindenwood in the second half and cruise to a 34-14 victory. Sophomore quarterback T.J. LaFaver learned on Wednesday before the game that he would be the starter, as Windmiller was still dealing with effects from […]

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