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High scoring game ends in win

The Griffons came back from Tahlequah, Okla., with a 45-31 victory over the Northeastern State RiverHawks, improving their record to 6-0 — the best start of a season since 1981. It was a tough day for the Griffons defensively, with 31 points being the most the team has allowed so far this season, and it wasn’t against a worthy team;... Read More

Griffons stay perfect at Hays

Missouri Western football improved to 4-0 on the season by defeating Fort Hays State 21-3 in its first road contest in Hays, Kan. “Fort Hays played their best football all year,” coach Jerry Partridge said. “I don’t think we played our best football, but I wouldn’t say we played poorly. If you’ve been to Fort Hays, you know it’s not... Read More

Hill becomes Western’s all-time rushing king, leads nation

Michael Hill ran into the Griffon history books on Saturday at Fort Hays when he broke Western’s 15-year-old all-time leading career rushing record. “I’m just lucky to be in the position that I am,” the running back from St. Joseph said.  “I’m honored to have the record and I’ve just been around great players and coaches the entire time I’ve... Read More

Western shuts out William Jewell 56-0

Missouri Western improved to 2-0 after a dominant 56-0 performance against William Jewell at Spratt Stadium in its only non-conference game of the season. “As far as the record I was happy to get it, but I was more concerned with us just winning,” Bass said. “I’m fortunate enough to have a good enough defense where they could help me... Read More

Western shuts out William Jewell 56-0

Missouri Western improved to 2-0 after a dominant 56-0 performance against William Jewell at Spratt Stadium in its only non-conference game of the season. Defensive end David Bass broke the Western all-time record for career sacks with 31 when he brought down Sean Shelton in the second quarter. It was Bass’ second sack of the season. “As far as the... Read More