The Lafayette Lancers will be looking for another strong season after finished 12-1, breaking records and losing in the playoffs to Francis Howell. Eureka ended last year 9-3 after falling to Lafayette in a close post-season match-up.
That makes the first game of the year one to watch for local football fans, as Lafayette and Eureka will face-off on the Wildcats home turf.
Eureka (all games start at 7 p.m.)
- Aug. 30: vs. Lafayette
- Sept. 6: at Christian Brothers College
- Sept. 13: vs. Mehlville
- Sept. 20: at Oakville
- Sept. 27: vs. Holt
- Oct. 4: vs. Marquette
- Oct. 11: at Lindbergh
- Oct. 18: vs. Fox
- Oct. 25: at Parkway South