The Reeds Spring Wolves are one of just four teams still playing Class 3 football. RSHS defeated Boonville 21-7 in the state quarterfinals on Saturday, November 19. 

“Our guys have been focused and dedicated to doing the little things right,” said Coach Andy McFarland.  “When you have a whole group bought into doing things that way and trusting the process, the results kind of speak for themselves. I’m really proud of all of them.”

Senior Caden Wiest had three rushing touchdowns and the defense nearly had a shutout before giving up a late touchdown to the Pirates.  This is just the second time in school history that Reeds Spring has advanced to the state semifinals.

"42 years ago, the 1980 team made it to the semifinal, and they lost that game,” said McFarland. “There have been a lot of great Reeds Spring teams the past 42 years, especially in recent history, and they lost to some tough opponents. We are happy to take the banner forward and represent those guys that weren’t able to get to this point, even though they may have really deserved to be here.”

Reeds Spring will host Sullivan on Saturday, November 26 at 1:00 p.m. Tickets must be purchased online:

No tickets can be purchased at the gate and no passes will be accepted.