BC: The Perfect Season
1: Tyler, we are so proud of what you and your team accomplished. Mom, Dad, Sissy, Lady, Carter & Izzy
3: Hounds finish season 15-0 Defeat John Burroughs in Class 3 State Championship
4: Hounds open Webb era with rout of Lawson Maryville 40 Lawson 0
5: No. 2 hounds have their way with St. Pius X Maryville 43 St. Pius x 7 Hounds keep rivalry with Chillocothe one-sided Maryville 49 Chillicothe 7 Hounds sink eagles Maryville 46 Leblond 7
6: Maryville wipes out cameron despite 11 flags Maryville 63 Cameron 0 Cameron also had a pass picked off at the goal line by Tyler Kenkel that was returned to the Dragon 20.
7: Ty returned an interception over 80 yards weaving in and out of defenders.
8: Return touchdowns aid Homecoming blowout Maryville 56 Benton 7
10: Hounds turn away Smithville on Senior Night Maryville 34 Smithville 7 | Not a single good pic of all 3 of us on senior night. :(
11: Hailey is Ty's best fan
12: Kenkel halted Svannah's next drive with an interception on a ball lobbed into double coverage by Zane Wilt. The Spoofhounds secondary garners a lot of the credit. Nally, Stiens, Schreck and Kenkels' physical, sound match up coverage made Wilt miserable.
13: The biggest play came right before the end of the third quarter. Savannah took a shot down the field and had a receiver open behind the defense for what might've been a go -ahead touchdown, but Kenkel sold out and leaped to knock the ball away. "It takes guts at that time to go up for that ball," said Webb. "That was big."
14: Hounds claim outright MEC title with 27-20 win over Lafeyette Still on their way to completing the Perfect Season
15: Our toughest game of the season
16: DISTRICTS Top-seeded Hounds massacre Lincoln Prep #1 Maryville 66 #8 Lincoln Prep 8 Hounds light up Northeast in semifinals #1 Maryville 76 #4 KC Northeast 0 Hounds dominate rematch with SPX in finals #1 Maryville 48 #6 St. Pius X 7 | Hounds Dominate
17: We sailed through Districts
18: Quarterfinals Hounds run away from Center in fourth quarter | Kenkel's pick-six with 1:18 to play grew the Hound lead to 49-20 before Hill connected with Williams for 46 yards out on the game's final play.
25: Headed to the Dome on Thanksgiving Day 2012
26: Practice at MU
31: The Twin Towers Trent & Tyler
33: Dear Mr. Eggers and Mr. Webb: I was a spectator at this afternoon's football game between your Spoofhounds and the Bombers of John Burroughs School. I was there to see Burroughs win the state championship after two successive years of frustration in the Show-Me Bowl. My wife and I have been following the team through the year (she recently retired as a teacher) and I was pretty sure that the fine team that they have in 2012 would surely win this time. After all, they were undefeated and we had seen them beat everyone they played, usually by sizable margins, even schools in higher divisions. Little did we expect that the Spoofhounds would come to St. Louis to outplay the Bombers. I enjoy prep school sports because, even more than the opportunity to relive my own youth as a mediocre athlete, it is a pleasure to see young men and women experience competition that they will remember when they are my age, and to grow from the experience. It is important to keep these games in perspective, however. Since I was in the stands and far from the action, I can't tell what was said between the teams on the field, but I could see the actions of one of the players on the Maryville team. Long before the outcome of the game was decided, Number 11 went out of his way to congratulate his opponents on excellent plays, sometimes pulling them to their feet after the whistle, even after some that gained dozens of yards against his team. I don't even know this player's name, but his school should be very proud of him, just as it surely is of your outstanding running backs and your talented quarterback. I can see great athletes in lots of different settings, but the sportsmanship of Number 11 is one of the most important reasons I will continue to support high school athletics. Sincerely, Hal Harris
34: Ok, so the officials got one call right but missed the second one.
44: Sometimes it took two and other times it took an entire Pack of Hounds.
46: Facing a fourth down Yale bound wide out foyesade oluokun sneaked behind the Maryville defense, but cornerback tyler kenkel abandoned his man just in time to punch duncan's toss away. it was his second lead preserving pass up this year with the earlier one coming against savannah. "that's kind of what flashed through my mind said webb. once again, he had some determination to go in and break up the ball and save a game. that's what he did."
47: From Loren Butler: tyler kenkel, our player of the game (butler family) as watched on tv in the 'ville. jb receiver extended a hand to tyler and as tyler went to give 5 the jb rec took his hand away (should be a taunting penalty) and for tyler's coverage and tackling throughout the game. late in the game tyler and jb #23 were seen talking further Loren Butler GREAT GAME TYLER and congrats on rec BMVP (butler MVP) | From John Ensminger: HELLuva game TK. Way to D up on 23 big guy, be sure to remind that young gentleman of the final score for me. Congrats! From Grandpa Ron: Great game Ty. Especially like your touchdown saving tackle of that Ohio State recruit. Well, OK, tipping away that fourth down pass probably saved the game for the Spoofs.
51: 2012 Class 3 State Champs
52: Pure JOY
58: Ty vowed not to cut his hair until they lost a game. Fortunately, he didn't have to cut it all season.