SHOW-ME BOWL 2014

47th MSHSAA 11-Man Football Championships and 27th 8-Man Football Championships

November 28-29, 2014

Edward Jones Dome, St. Louis, Mo.

 

Tickets:  $11 per day (re-entry permitted with hand stamp and valid ticket stub).  Ages 5 and under are free.

  • Available through TicketMaster
  • Edward Jones Dome Box Office, (314) 342-5201
  • or in person at the participating schools

Directions to the Dome: Click here for a map to the Edward Jones Dome

Edward Jones Dome Parking: Click here for a Map of Downtown Parking area

Lodging: The Hilton St. Louis at the Ballpark (1 South Broadway) is the official hotel of the Show-Me Bowl. 

Restaurants: Click here for St. Louis Downtown Dining and Entertainment opportunities.

Radio Coverage:  A list of radio stations conducting live broadcasts from the Dome can be found here.

Traditions: The MSHSAA will recognize teams that participated in the 1994 Show-Me Bowl throughout the weekend.

 

 

Photos

 

MSHSAA has partnered with Inter-State Studio of Sedalia to be the official photography vendor. Inter-state has set up a website to view the pictures taken at this year's championships.

Please enter a valid e-mail address and the following password to view the pictures:

http://InterStateStudioPublishingCo.shootproof.com/event/989580

Password: MSHSAA Football

2014 SHOW-ME BOWL INFORMATION AND RESULTS

2014 Internet Webcast: For viewers outside of the Fox Sports Midwest coverage area, a live stream will be available at www.MSHSAA.tv. For those within the FSMW coverage area, the stream will be available only on delayed basis following the conclusion of the telecast.  There is no subscription fee to watch the web stream of the Show-Me Bowl, but viewers will need to set up a username and password to view the video.

 
2014 Schedule: The schedule for the weekend is as follows:
 
Friday, November 28, 2014
9:30 a.m. 8-man North Andrew def. Stanberry 48-36 Box Score
1:00 p.m. Class 3 Oak Grove def. John Burroughs 49-27 Box Score
4:15 p.m. Class 1 Valle Catholic def. Westran 49-25 Box Score
7:30 p.m. Class 5 Battle def. Nixa 25-22 Box Score

 

Saturday, November 29, 2014
11:00 a.m. Class 4 Webb City def. Central (Cape Girardeau) 48-21 Box Score
  2:15 p.m. Class 2 Lamar def. South Callaway 30-15 Box Score
  5:30 p.m. Class 6 Christian Brothers College def. Rockhurst 31-24 Box Score

2014 Results: The bracket pages at 11-Man Football Activity page or 8-Man Football Activity page will be updated after each game, including final stats. A direct link to each class is below:

8-Man Brackets/Results
Class 1 Brackets/Results
Class 2 Brackets/Results
Class 3 Brackets/Results
Class 4 Brackets/Results
Class 5 Brackets/Results
Class 6 Brackets/Results
 

2013 Results:
 
Friday, November 29, 2013
9:30 a.m. 8-man North Andrew def. Stanberry, 16-13 Watch Box Score
1:00 p.m. Class 4 Webb City def. Helias Catholic, 28-14 Watch Box Score
4:15 p.m. Class 2 Lamar def. Lawson, 42-0 Watch Box Score
7:30 p.m. Class 6 Blue Springs def. Rock Bridge, 35-14 Watch Box Score

 

Saturday, November 30, 2013
11:00 a.m. Class 3 Maryville def. Seneca, 50-28 Watch Box Score
  2:15 p.m. Class 1 Valle Catholic def. Marceline, 41-0 Watch Box Score
  5:30 p.m. Class 5 Lee's Summit West def. Parkway Central 51-14 Watch Box Score

2014 Televised Games: All 11-Man Championship Games will air LIVE on FS Midwest.

FOX Sports Midwest will televise all six 11-man football championship games live from the Missouri high school football championships – the MSHSAA Show-Me Bowl – on Thanksgiving Weekend.  The telecasts will be produced by Niles Media Group, in partnership with PlayOn! Sports.

Some games will air on FOX Sports Midwest and FOX Sports Kansas City, while others will air on FOX Sports Plus due to overlap with other programming commitments. Show-Me Bowl games will also air live nationally on FOX College Sports.

A full telecast schedule is below, followed by channel numbers. All games will be played at the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis.

FOX Sports Midwest has been the home of MSHSAA championships since 1998.  From 1998-2006, FOX Sports Midwest televised the large schools championship game on Thanksgiving Friday.  From 2007-2009, three Friday championship games aired on FOX Sports Midwest. Starting in 2010 all 11-man championship games have been televised.

Fans with questions about where to find the MSHSAA Show-Me Bowl telecasts can email Midwest@foxsports.net or Tweet @FSMidwest.

MSHSAA Show-Me Bowl Telecast Schedule

All games listed on FOX Sports Midwest will also air on FOX Sports Kansas City in Kansas City, and games listed on FOX Sports Midwest Plus will air on FOX Sports Kansas City Plus in Kansas City.

LIVE Friday, Nov. 28
1 p.m.   Class 3

 Live on FOX Sports Midwest Plus
 Live on FOX Sports Kansas City (KC market)
 Live on FOX College Sports Central

Announcers: Scott Warmann (pxp), Danan Hughes (analyst), Corey Riggs (sideline)
4:15 p.m. Class 1  Live on FOX Sports Midwest Plus
 Live on FOX Sports Kansas City (KC market)
 Live on FOX College Sports Central
Announcers: Neil Harwell (pxp), Michael Young (analyst), Corey Riggs (sideline)
7:30 p.m. Class 5   Live on FOX Sports Midwest Plus
 Live on FOX Sports Kansas City (KC market)
 Live on FOX College Sports Central
Announcers: Neil Harwell (pxp), Danan Hughes (analyst), Adam Seidel (sideline)

 

LIVE Saturday, Nov. 29
11 a.m.  Class 4  Live on FOX Sports Midwest Plus
 Live on FOX Sports Kansas City (KC market)
 Live on FOX College Sports Central
Announcers: Scott Warmann (pxp), Michael Young (analyst), Corey Riggs (sideline)
2:15 p.m. Class 2  Live on FOX Sports Midwest Plus
 Live on FOX Sports Kansas City (KC market)
Announcers: Neil Harwell (pxp), Danan Hughes (analyst), Adam Seidel (sideline)
5:30 p.m. Class 6  Live on FOX Sports Midwest Plus
 Live on FOX Sports Kansas City (KC market)
 Live on FOX College Sports Central
Announcers: Corey Riggs (pxp), Michael Young (analyst), Adam Seidel (sideline)

 

Replays
Sunday, Nov. 30 8 a.m. Class 3 Football Championship FOX College Sports Central
10:30 a.m Class 1 Football Championship FOX College Sports Central
4 p.m. Class 4 Football Championship FOX College Sports Central
6:30 p.m. Class 2 Football Championship FOX College Sports Central
9 p.m. Class 6 Football Championship FOX College Sports Central
Monday, Dec. 1 7 a.m. Class 1 Football Championship FOX Sports Midwest & Kansas City
6 p.m. Class 2 Football Championship FOX Sports Midwest & Kansas City
8 p.m. Class 3 Football Championship FOX Sports Midwest & Kansas City
Saturday, Dec. 6 3 p.m.  Class 4 Football Championship FOX Sports Midwest & Kansas City
Sunday, Dec. 7 12 a.m.  Class 6 Football Championship FOX Sports Midwest & Kansas City
Monday, Dec. 8 9 a.m.  Class 5 Football Championship FOX Sports Midwest & Kansas City
12 p.m. Class 6 Football Championship FOX Sports Midwest & Kansas City
Tuesday, Dec. 9 9 p.m. Class 3 Football Championship FOX Sports Midwest & Kansas City
Wednesday, Dec. 10 9 a.m. Class 2 Football Championship FOX Sports Midwest & Kansas City
12 a.m. Class 4 Football Championship FOX Sports Midwest & Kansas City
Tuesday, Dec. 16 12 p.m Class 1 Football Championship FOX Sports Midwest & Kansas City
Wednesday, Dec. 24 5 a.m. Class 3 Football Championship FOX College Sports Central
7:30 a.m. Class 1 Football Championship FOX College Sports Central
10 a.m. Class 5 Football Championship FOX College Sports Central
12:30 p.m. Class 4 Football Championship FOX College Sports Central
3 p.m. Class 2 Football Championship FOX College Sports Central
8:30 p.m. Class 6 Football Championship FOX College Sports Central

FOX Sports Midwest Plus is a channel used by FOX Sports Midwest to simultaneously show multiple events on two channels. Some providers carry FOX Sports Midwest Plus as a 24-hour full-time channel. Others choose to offer selected FOX Sports Midwest Plus programming and designate a local channel to show the events.

Eastern Missouri, Mid-Missouri, Southwest Missouri – FOX Sports Midwest Plus

The MSHSAA Show-Me Bowl will air live on FOX Sports Midwest Plus in Eastern Missouri, Mid-Missouri and Southwest Missouri. FOX Sports Midwest Plus is a channel used by FOX Sports Midwest to simultaneously show multiple events on two channels. Some providers carry FOX Sports Midwest Plus as a 24-hour full-time channel. Others choose to offer selected FOX Sports Midwest Plus programming and designate a local channel to show the events. Channel numbers: 

Video Provider

FOX Sports Midwest Plus

AT&T U-verse

SD: 747 / HD: 1747

Cable America-Maryland Heights

SD: 12 or 22

Cable America-Republic

SD: 12

Cable America-St. Robert

SD: 58

Cable One-Joplin

SD: 78

Cable One-Kirksville

NA

Centurylink

SD: 749

Charter

SD: 75 or 213 / HD: 826

DirecTV

HD: 671-1

Dish

Fri.: SD: 459
Sat.: SD: 449 / HD: 9519 / Hopper: 412-37

Fidelity-Sullivan

SD: 72

Fidelity-Lebanon, Rolla

SD: 68

Fidelity-Nevada

SD: 33

Fidelity-West Plains

SD: 34

Fidelity-Salem

SD: 74

Mediacom-Columbia/Jefferson City/Springfield/Jasper/Excelsior Springs

SD: 126

New Wave

SD: 80

Poplar Bluff

SD: 2

South Holt

SD: 85

Suddenlink-Boonville

SD: 59

Suddenlink-Branson

SD: 18

Suddenlink-Carthage

SD: 10

Suddenlink-Lamar, Nixa

SD: 3

Suddenlink-Aurora/Monett

SD: 2

 

Kansas City and St. Joseph – FOX Sports Kansas City/Midwest main channel

The MSHSAA Show-Me Bowl will air live on the FOX Sports Kansas City (Midwest) main channel in Kansas City and St. Joseph. Providers in those markets include Time Warner Cable, Comcast, Charter (Sedalia and Warrensburg), Google Fiber, Suddenlink (St. Joseph), Consolidated/Surewest, WOW, Fairpoint, Citizens (Lafayette), Zito and more.