PITTSBURG, Kan. — Pittsburg State added yet another chapter Saturday to the rivalry against Northwest Missouri State.The Gorillas were the last team to beat the two-time defending Division II football champions in the regular season and on Saturday, Pittsburg State renewed that distinction.Pitt State upset the No. 1-ranked Bearcats 20-10 and in the process snapped Northwest's 38-game winning streak which started in 2015. Also gone is Northwest's 34-game winning streak in MIAA play.
The much anticipated Class 3 District 8 football championship game between Maryville and Chillicothe is officially set.But before next week's clash of Midland Empire Conference foes will be played, each of the favored teams had to get through a semifinal test in the district portions of the playoffs.Chillicothe took care of its part with a 60-7 thrashing of Pembroke Hill and Maryville put up a win as well, blasting St. Pius X, 42-7, at the Hound Pound.
Looking back on it, Adam Dorrel did a pretty good job when it came to bringing in his 2013 recruiting class to Northwest Missouri State University.Of his 34 players he signed, 14 of them became key members of the team over the years.
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