J-98 features a cross-town rivalry game with the Valle Catholic Warriors hosting the Ste. Genevieve Dragons. Valle enters the contest with 46 consecutive victories, now the longest active streak in the nation. Head coach Judd Naeger says it’s nice, but you always have to look forward.
Valle won the last three meetings between the two squads. What does coach Naeger see from the Dragons?
Ste. Genevieve coach Ken Weik says Valle will capitalize on even the smallest mistakes…
It will be the second start at quarterback for Brandon Hinson, who took the spot after a Legion baseball injury to Wyatt Lalumandier. Weik says he saw good things from Hinson in their opener last weekend.
Listen to Valle and Ste. Gen on J-98
St. Francois County teams all started the football season with a win, but one of them will have a loss in week two as Farmington heads up Highway 67 to North County for the heartwalk game. North County won in a runaway in week one over Seckman…
That’s Farmington coach Erik Kruppe, whose team took overtime to get past Fox.
North County coach Dave Dallas says Farmington displayed will and execution in week one…
Kruppe gives us a scouting report on the Raiders…
While coach Dave Dallas talks about his keys to victory…
Chad Speakar and Luke Mell will have the call of St. Francois County rivalry on AM 800 KREI.
The DeSoto Dragons are coming off of a 23-15 opening week win that saw them persevere as a team to grind out the victory over the Perryville Pirates. The Dragons now turn their focus to the Bishop DuBourg Cavaliers who will be visiting DeSoto after a 20-14 defeat to Lift For Life Academy. Both teams battled in a close contest last season that saw DeSoto come away with a 28-21 win at DuBourg. Dragons head coach Chris Johnson says the key for them will be to limit their mistakes…
The Dragons are getting key players Lamonte Allen, Brendan Politte, and Jordan Anderson back after they missed the week one opener and Johnson believes Allen and Anderson will make a difference offensively…
Second year head coach Brian Simmons has a youthful team that graduated 19 players and has just four seniors that represent the only returning starters on the ballclub. He says the biggest key for them in this game is to not make any mental errors….
Simmons believes the Dragons are a team that doesn’t give up…
DeSoto looks to move to 2-0 on the year while the Cavaliers seek their first victory on the 2016 campaign. The game can be heard live on AM 1400 KJFF and online on mymoinfo.com via live streaming.
The East Prairie Eagles will take to the roadways as they battle the Jefferson Blue Jays in the Week 2 J-98 WebTV “Game of the Week.” Both teams had victories in Week 1 in completely different fashions. East Prairie shut down Kelly 59-0 and Jefferson let a 20 point lead nearly slip away, hanging on to defeat Cabool 26-24. Despite the big win over Kelly, Eagles head coach Chad Jamerson knows Jefferson will be the ultimate test for his team.
Jefferson head coach Alex Rouggly shares the same respect for East Prairie and their two stud offensive players.
Even though Eagles quarterback Derez Tipler and running back Deverence Jones stand out offensively, Jamerson believes his defensive players can create some havoc for the Blue Jays as well.
One of the offensive players for the Blue Jays that East Prairie will want to keep an eye on his sophomore running back Andrew Graves.
Any way you slice it, it’s going to take a flawless effort from both teams if either of them are going to walk out of the stadium with a 2 and 0 record.
Other games on the schedule for week two…
CRYSTAL CITY AT KELLY
Hornets coach Terry Crump says underclassmen earned a spot on the field for week two…
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HERCULANEUM AT FREDERICKTOWN
Herculaneum coach David Cook says they have to get back to their bread and butter…
Paul Sauer, Fredericktown coach, says they’ve spent the week learning about Herky…
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Pirates coach Mike Wojtczuk says the Lancers have a lot of experienced talent at skill positions…
Lancers coach Jerry Woods knows the Pirates have a deep roster…
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POTOSI AT ST. CLAIR
Trojans coach Mark Casey says they have to play smart…
SULLIVAN AT FESTUS
Festus head coach Russ Schmidt knows the Eagles very well…
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Hawks head coach Lee Freeman thinks it’s more important to focus on the Hawks…
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CUBA AT HERMANN
CLAYTON AT FOX
Warriors coach Brent Tinker says Clayton is a lot like their week one opponent…
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RIVERVIEW GARDENS AT NORTHWEST
And one game is scheduled for Saturday afternoon…
CENTRAL AT MICDS
Rebels head coach Kory Schweiss knows the Saturday games come with added challenges…
Coverage of week two of the high school football season starts at 6:15 with the Flieg’s Equipment Pre-Game Show. We’ll jump back into the studio for the Parkland HealthMart Pharmacy for the halftime show.
We recap a very busy week two at the end of the night with the Home Pools and Spas Endzone Show on Regional Radio.
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