Week 7 Football Roundup | Ozarks Sports Zone

Did you miss any of last night’s football action? Get caught up with all of the scores, recaps, photos & videos below.

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No. 1 Carthage 28, No. 4 Webb City 14 – FINAL – PHOTOS
Carthage overcame an early 7-0 deficit with four unanswered rushing touchdowns by Luke Gall. The Tigers led 28-7 at halftime. Carthage (6-1 overall) hosts Joplin (6-1 overall) next week.
No. 3 Lebanon 45, No. 10 West Plains 42 – FINAL
Lebanon outlasted West Plains in a wild, back-and-forth game that featured seven lead changes. Lebanon (7-o overall) travels to Camdenton (7-0 overall) next week with the Ozark Conference championship on the line.
No. 3 Seneca 56, East Newton 7 – FINAL
No. 4 Lamar 47, No. 8 Nevada 26 – FINAL – RECAPPHOTOS
No. 4 Nixa 63, Willard 18 – FINAL – PHOTOS
Running back Ramone Green had four touchdowns to help the Eagles (7-0) remain undefeated.
No. 4 Marionville 44, Sarcoxie 6 – FINAL – PHOTOSVIDEO
No. 5 Camdenton 63, Hillcrest 22 – FINAL – PHOTOS
The Lakers (7-0 overall) cruised to a win and kept their perfect record intact, setting up a home showdown with rival Lebanon next week. Bear Shore ran for 159 yards and four touchdowns.
No. 6 Joplin 35, vs. Carl Junction 7 – FINAL
No. 6 Lincoln 38, No. 8 Cole Camp 34 – FINAL – VIDEO RECAP – EXTENDED VIDEO
Lincoln (6-1 overall) handed county rival Cole Camp (6-1 overall) its first loss on the season. The game featured six lead changes, the final one coming as Lincoln rallied from a 10-point deficit in the fourth quarter.
No. 8 Liberty 61, Cabool 6 – FINAL
The Eagles were dominant and balanced on offense, tallying over 500 total yards (256 passing, 4 TDs; 252 rushing, 5 TDs).

Glendale 37, Parkview 8 – FINAL – PHOTOS VIDEO
Republic 33, Branson 21 – FINAL – PHOTOS
Neosho 63, Ozark 42 – FINAL – PHOTOS
Neosho’s dazzling offense has now scored 48 or more points in four of seven games this season.
Bolivar 34, Waynesville 26 – FINAL – PHOTOS
Bolivar pulled off a stunning comeback on homecoming night. The Liberators trailed 26-7 with nine minutes left in the fourth quarter.
Kickapoo 27, Rolla 0 – FINAL
The Chiefs’ defense shone again, holding an opponent below 10 points for the fifth time this season. The Chiefs (5-2 overall) visit rival Glendale (5-2 overall) next week.
Reeds Spring 44, Aurora 7 – FINAL – PHOTOSVIDEO
Marshfield 34, Rogersville 7 – FINAL – PHOTOSVIDEO
Mt. Vernon 37, Hollister 7 – FINAL – VIDEO
Monett 18, McDonald County 0 – FINAL – PHOTOS
Cassville 45, Catholic 0 – FINAL – PHOTOSVIDEO
Central 31, Skyline 6 – FINAL – PHOTOS
Forsyth 35, Strafford 23 – FINAL – VIDEO RECAPPHOTOS – EXTENDED VIDEO
The Panthers (6-1 overall) clinched the Mid-Lakes Conference championship, marking their first conference title in program history.
Ava 43, Thayer 8 – FINAL – PHOTOS
Mountain Grove 51, Salem 12 – FINAL – PHOTOS
Houston 20, Willow Springs 13 – FINAL
Stockton 31, Diamond 28 – FINAL
Buffalo 48, Fair Grove 46 FINAL – VIDEO
The Bison stunned Fair Grove after trailing by 14 midway through the fourth quarter. Buffalo quarterback Brett Schwanke’s touchdown run tied the game with 2:04 remaining and the Bison took the lead on the ensuing two-point conversion. Buffalo intercepted a Fair Grove pass in the final seconds to seal the victory.
Ash Grove 48, Clever 14 – FINAL – PHOTOS
The Pirates (6-1 overall) rolled to a home victory. They’ll host undefeated Marionville next week in a game that will determine the Southwest Conference champion.
Lockwood 69, College Heights 0 – FINAL
Sherwood at El Dorado Springs
Butler 38, Warsaw 14 – FINAL
Archie 70, Jasper 20 – FINAL
Drexel 54, Greenfield 0 – FINAL
Rich Hill 40, Osceola 16 – FINAL
Liberal 40, Appleton City 22 – FINAL