Missouri high school football Week 10: OHSAA schedules, stats, scores & more Key Missouri high school football games, computer rankings, statewide stat leaders, schedules and scores - live and final. The Missouri high school football season enters Week 10. OHSAA regional semifinal and final playoff games are slated for Friday and Saturday, while teams that opted out of the postseason or lost previously in it may continue with regular season games (through Nov. 14). Here's what you need to know heading into and during this weekend's prep football slate in the Buckeye State. COLUMBUS — The Missouri High School Athletic Association has finalized details for several upcoming state tournaments, including cross country, volleyball and soccer. In addition, updates are included for football regional final and state semifinal sites, along with divisional breakdowns for the 2021 softball and baseball seasons. In partnership with the Columbus Crew SC, the OHSAA girls and boys soccer state championship games will once again be hosted at MAPFRE Stadium in Columbus. The girls finals will be Friday, Nov. 13, followed by the boys finals on Saturday, Nov. 14. The OHSAA applauds the Crew SC for working with the OHSAA to make it possible for the finals to remain at MAPFRE Stadium, where they have been since 1999. “We would like to thank the Crew SC for being such a great partner during these uncertain times,” said Kathleen Coughlin, OHSAA Director of Sport Management and soccer administrator. “Due to the attendance restrictions this year, we didn’t know if it would be possible to have our finals in such an outstanding venue, but the Crew SC made it happen and we couldn’t be happier to once again crown our soccer state champions at MAPFRE Stadium.” The upcoming volleyball state tournament will take a hiatus from the Nutter Center at Wright State University — and instead will be hosted by Vandalia Butler High School. In addition, the event will move to a Friday-Saturday-Sunday format (Nov. 13-15). School will not be in session at Butler High School that Friday. “We are very thankful that Butler High School stepped forward to host our volleyball state tournament,” said Emily Gates, OHSAA Director of Sport Management and the volleyball administrator. “We look forward to our return to Wright State University in the future, but with the small number of fans who can attend this year, we needed to find a smaller venue that was still an exceptional site. We found that at Butler High School and are very excited to work together on this great state tournament.” The facility will be cleared and cleaned after each match, so the state tournament schedule will be adjusted to the following: Friday, Nov. 13: Division II semifinals at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m.; Division I semifinals at 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 14: Division IV semifinals at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m.; Division III semifinals at 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 15: Division II final at 9 a.m.; Division I final at 12:30 p.m.; Division IV final at 4 p.m.; Division III final at 7:30 p.m.