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Sports : Milan Wildcats roar into Class 1 playoffs ranked #9
Posted by Tom on 2012/10/25 10:50:00 (842 reads) News by the same author

Many teams have strong momentum heading into the Class 1 district and state football tournaments that start over the next 48 hours, but perhaps none as much as the two-time Tri-Rivers Conference champion Milan Wildcats.

Milan, for the second time in as many seasons, has completed an undefeated regular season, after routing rival Putnam County last Friday night at Cal Hubbard Field by a score of 51-12. The Wildcats finish the regular season at 8-0, having had an off week in Week #4 as the result of a scheduling snafu with Derrick Thomas Academy.

Against Putnam County, Milan's rushing attack continued to be unstoppable, with Mason Thompson going for 227 yards and three touchdowns, while Aaron Richardson matched the scoring output with three touchdowns to go with 197 yards. Brett Sinclair added a touchdown as well.

Milan, by virtue of their unbeaten run, has secured the #1 seed in Class 1, District 6, and a home game in the district quarterfinal round this Friday night against the #8 seed Braymer Bobcats, who enter the game winless on the season at 0-9. Should Milan win, they would advance to the district semifinal round on Halloween Night (Wednesday, October 31st), taking on the winner between Princeton and Fayette, who play this Friday night at 7:00 on KTTN FM 92.3 and www.kttn.com.

Here are the latest high school football rankings from the Missouri Broadcasters and Sportswriters Association:

CLASS 1
Rank, team Rec. Pts. LW
1. Hamilton (14) 9-0 140 1
2. Tipton 9-0 125 2
3. Miller 9-0 110 3
4. Wellington-Napoleon 8-1 90 4
5. Valle Catholic 7-2 75 5
6. South Harrison 8-1 68 6
7. Westran 8-1 56 T7
8. Salisbury 8-1 53 T7
9. Milan 8-0 19 --
10. Drexel 8-1 13 --
Dropped out: Skyline (7-2), Cass-Midway (7-2)
Also receiving votes: Skyline (7-2) 12, Cass-Midway (7-2) 6, South Shelby (5-4) 2, Portageville (7-1) 1

CLASS 2
Rank, team Rec. Pts. LW
1. Lafayette County (14) 9-0 140 1
2. Clark County 9-0 119 3
3. Maplewood-RH 7-2 97 2
T4. Blair Oaks 8-1 94 5
T4. Mountain Grove 9-0 94 4
6. Holden 7-2 61 7
7. MV-Liberty 7-2 45 8
8. Caruthersville 6-2 42 6
9. Strafford 9-0 39 9
10. South Callaway 8-1 22 10
Also receiving votes: Lamar (7-2) 7, Lathrop (8-1) 7, Herculaneum (7-2) 3

CLASS 3
Rank, team Rec. Pts. LW
1. John Burroughs (13) 8-0 139 1
2. Maryville (1) 9-0 127 2
3. Cassville 9-0 109 3
4. Oak Grove 9-0 100 4
5. Hogan Prep 9-0 78 5
6. Ste. Genevieve 8-1 65 6
7. Centralia 8-1 57 7
8. California 9-0 54 8
9. Park Hills Central 7-2 23 10
10. Center 7-2 8 --
Dropped out: Clinton (7-2)
Also receiving votes: O'Fallon Christian (8-1) 6, Soldan (6-3) 4, Clinton (7-2) 2

CLASS 4
Rank, team Rec. Pts. LW
1. Webb City (14) 9-0 140 1
2. Savannah 8-1 115 4
3. Sullivan 9-0 93 6
4. Hillcrest 8-1 75 7
5. Helias 5-4 74 9
6. Harrisonville 7-2 60 8
7. Hannibal 8-1 54 3
8. Sikeston 8-1 51 2
9. Miller Career 9-0 50 10
10. St. Joseph Lafayette 7-2 16 --
Dropped out: St. Dominic (8-1)
Also receiving votes: St. Dominic (8-1) 12, Carthage (7-2) 11, Priory (7-2) 9, St. Clair (8-1) 6, Bolivar (7-2) 4

CLASS 5
Rank, team Rec. Pts. LW
1. Lee's Summit West (10) 9-0 136 1
2. Kirkwood (4) 8-0 130 2
3. Staley 7-2 111 3
4. Fort Osage 8-1 99 4
5. Parkway Central 8-1 77 7
6. Webster Groves 6-2 72 5
7. Ozark 8-1 59 8
8. Rockwood Summit 6-3 31 6
9. Lebanon 8-1 30 --
10. Holt 6-3 12 --
Dropped out: Parkview (7-2), Winnetonka (6-3)
Also receiving votes: Jackson (6-2) 11, Hazelwood East (5-4) 2, Parkview (7-2) 2

CLASS 6
Rank, team Rec. Pts. LW
1. CBC (14) 9-0 140 1
2. Blue Springs 8-1 119 2
3. Lafayette 9-0 107 3
4. Rockhurst 7-2 105 4
5. Francis Howell 8-1 85 5
6. Hickman 7-1 61 6
7. Rock Bridge 6-3 52 --
8. Raymore-Peculiar 6-3 40 10
9. Jefferson City 6-3 28 7
10. Eureka 7-2 25 --
Dropped out: Parkway South (7-2), Blue Springs South (5-4)
Also receiving votes: De Smet (6-3) 6, Hazelwood Central (7-2) 5

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