REGION 16 CHAMPIONS
DIVISION ONE MEN'S BASKETBALL
(1949 to current)
YEAR CHAMPION RUNNER-UP SCORE
2017 Three Rivers College Moberly Area CC 85 - 58
2016 Moberly Area CC State Fair CC 92 - 81
2015 Mineral Area College Moberly Area CC 69 - 53
2014 State Fair CC Moberly Area CC 84 - 70
2013 Mineral Area College Moberly Area CC 77 - 70
2012 Three Rivers College Moberly Area CC 66 - 63
2011 Missouri State University-West Plains State Fair CC 87 - 68
2010 Three Rivers CC Moberly Area CC 74 - 59
2009 Three Rivers CC Mineral Area College 84 - 75
2008 Three Rivers CC Missouri State University-West Plains 80 - 61
The three game championship series was discontinued again in 2008.
2007 Three Rivers defeated Mineral Area 2-1 in a three-game series.  Game 1: Three Rivers 72, Mineral Area 70 in overtime at Poplar Bluff.  Game 2: Mineral Area 82, Three Rivers 56 at Mineral Area.  Game 3: Three Rivers 85, Mineral Area 82 at Three Rivers.  Three Rivers then advanced directly to the NJCAA National Tournament in Hutchinson, Kansas.
2006 Mineral Area defeated Missouri State-West Plains 2-0 in a three-game series. Game 1: Mineral Area 78, Missouri State-WP 57 at Mineral Area.  Game 2: Mineral Area 76, Missouri State-WP 75 at Missouri State-WP.  Mineral Area then lost to Southwestern Illinois 65 - 83 in the District Championship game played in Belleville, Illinois.
2005 Moberly defeated Three Rivers 2-0 in a three-game series.  Game 1: Moberly 69, Three Rivers 61 in Moberly; Game 2: Moberly 77, Three Rivers - 62 in Poplar Bluff.  Moberly advanced directly to the NJCAA National Tournament.
2004 Moberly SMSU-West Plains 109 - 70
2003 Three Rivers Mineral Area 113 - 103 3OT
2002 Moberly Three Rivers 85 - 82
2001 Moberly SMSU-West Plains 105 - 104
2000 Three Rivers SMSU-West Plains 62 - 59
1999 SMSU-West Plains Three Rivers 91 - 81
1998 SMSU-West Plains Three Rivers 96 - 93
1997 Mineral Area SMSU-West Plains 96 - 86
1996 Three Rivers SMSU-West Plains 89 - 81
1995 Three Rivers SMSU-West Plains 99 - 78
1994 Three Rivers Moberly 94 - 78
1993 Three Rivers Mineral Area 83 - 79
The three game championship series was discontinued after 1992, but resumed in 2005.
1992 Three Rivers defeated Moberly 2-0 in a three-game series.  Game 1: Three Rivers won 90 - 78 in Poplar Bluff.  Game 2: Three Rivers won 76 - 65 in Moberly.
1991 Three Rivers defeated Forest Park 2-0 in a three game series.  Game 1: Three Rivers won 90-83 at Forest Park. Game 2: Three Rivers won 84-67 at Three Rivers.
1990 Three Rivers defeated Moberly 2-1 in a three game series.  Game 1: Three Rivers won 107 - 100 in Poplar Bluff.  Game 2: Moberly won 91 - 85 in Moberly.  Game 3: Three Rivers won 112 - 100 in overtime at Jefferson College (neutral site).
1989 Moberly defeated Three Rivers 2-1 in a three-game series.  Game 1: Three Rivers 106, Moberly 96 @ Poplar Bluff; Game 2: Moberly 83, Three Rivers 72 @ Moberly; Game 3: Moberly 106, Three Rivers 100 in overtime at Jefferson College (neutral site).  Moberly advanced directly to the national tournament.
1988 Moberly defeated Three Rivers 2-1 in a three-game series.  Game 1: Moberly 64, Three Rivers 63 @ Poplar Bluff; Game 2: Three Rivers 78, Moberly 73 @ Moberly; Game 3: Moberly 81, Three Rivers 55 @ Linn Tech (neutral court).   Moberly then defeated Clinton, Iowa (Region 11 champion) 90 - 88 at Kirksville to advance to the national tournament.
1987 Three Rivers defeated Moberly 2-0 in a three-game series.  Game 1: Three Rivers won 73 - 72 at Moberly.  Game 2: Three Rivers won 72 - 57 in Poplar Bluff.
1986 Moberly defeated Three Rivers 2-1 in a three game series.  Game 1: Three Rivers won 88 - 80 in Poplar Bluff.  Game.  Game 2: Moberly won 82 - 68 in Moberly.  Game 3: Moberly won 69 - 63 in overtime at Sedalia, Missouri (neutral court).
1985 Moberly defeated Jefferson 2-1 in a three-game series.  Game 1: Moberly won 74 - 65 at Moberly; Game 2: Jefferson won 71 - 64 in OT at Jefferson.  Game 3: Moberly won 58 - 55 at Mineral Area (neutral court).
1984 Three Rivers defeated Moberly 2-0 in a three-game series.  Game 1: Three Rivers won 72 - 58 at Poplar Bluff.  Game 2: Three Rivers won 85 - 78 at Moberly.
1983 Moberly defeated Three Rivers 2-0 in a three game series.  Moberly won game one 96-75 in Moberly and game two 78-74 in Poplar Bluff to end the Raiders long home court win streak.
1982 Moberly defeated Three Rivers 2-1 in a three game series.  Game 1: Three Rivers won 72 - 76 at Poplar Bluff.  Game 2: Moberly won 83 - 64 at Moberly.  Game 3: Moberly won 52 - 50 at Linn Tech (neutral court).
1981 Three Rivers defeated Crowder in a three game series.  Deciding game was 72 - 59.
1980 Three Rivers defeated Moberly 2-0 in a three game series. Game one - Three Rivers 97, Moberly 66 in Poplar Bluff; Game two - Three Rivers 70, Moberly 62 at Moberly.
1979 Three Rivers defeated State Fair 2-1 in a three game series.  State Fair won game one 58-57 at State Fair. Three Rivers won game two 62-38 at Three Rivers and game three 79-61 at Mineral Area in Flat River (now Park Hills, neutral site)).
1978 Three Rivers defeated State Fair 2-0 in a three game series.  Game one - Three Rivers 80, State Fair 57 at Poplar Bluff; Game two - Three Rivers 65 - State Fair 64 at Sedalia.
1977 Mineral Area defeated Moberly 2-1 in a three game series.  Game one - Moberly 68, Mineral Area 61 at Moberly.  Game two - Mineral Area 68, Moberly 56 at Mineral Area.  Game three - Mineral Area defeated Moberly 64 - 54 in the deciding championship game at Jefferson College (neutral court).
1976 State Fair defeated Mineral Area 2-1 in a three game series.  Mineral Area won game one 72-41 in Flat River (now Park Hills). State Fair won game two 68-59 in Sedalia and game three 67-65 in Concordia (neutral court) to advance to the National Tournament.
1975 Mineral Area defeated State Fair 2-0 in a three game series.  Mineral Area won game one 70-68 in State Fair. Mineral Area won game two 82-75 in Flat River (now Park Hills). Mineral Area lost in play-off with Region 7 (KY, TN, and MS) to Utica JC (MS).
1974 Moberly defeated Meramec 2-1 in a three game series.  Game one - Moberly 59, Meramec 54 at Meramec; Game two - Meramec 67, Moberly 65 at Meramec; Game three - Moberly 54, Meramec 50 at Moberly.
1973 Three Rivers defeated Moberly 2-1 in a three game series.  Moberly won game one 94-79 at Moberly; Three Rivers won games two (99-78) and three (59-57), both at Three Rivers.
1972 State Fair defeated Meramec 2-0 in a three game series.  State Fair won game one 70-69 at Meramec. State Fair won game two 88-69 in Sedalia to advance to the National Tournament.
1971 Three Rivers defeated Crowder 2-0 in a three game  series.  Three Rivers won game one 95-93 at Crowder. Three Rivers won game two 107-71 at Three Rivers.
1970 Moberly defeated Meramec 2-1 in a three-game series.  Moberly won game one 69-59 at Meramec.  Meramec won game two 69-67 at Moberly.  Moberly won game three 70-68 at Moberly.  Moberly then defeated the Region 6 winner (Paducah, Kentucky) for the right to advance to the NJCAA National Tournament.  Game one at Paducah - Moberly won 87 - 84.  Game two at Moberly - Moberly won 98 - 72.
The three game championship series was introduced in 1970 and continued until 1992.
1969 Moberly Jefferson College 62 - 59
1968 Missouri Baptist at St. Louis Crowder College 83 - 68
1967 Moberly Flat River College 68 - 50
1966 Moberly Paducah, Kentucky 63 - 62 OT
1965 Moberly Southwest Baptist College 72 - 69
1964 Southwest Baptist College Moberly 64 - 62
1963 Moberly Sue Bennett College (London, KY) 67 - 62
1962 Moberly Southwest Baptist College 90 - 81
1961 Moberly Sue Bennett College (London, KY) 78 - 53
1960 Lindsey-Wilson (Columbia, KY) Moberly 62 - 45
1959 Lindsey-Wilson (Columbia, KY) Southwest Baptist College 81 - 61
1958 Moberly Highland Kansas 86 - 60
1957 Moberly Highland Kansas 91 - 47
1956 Moberly Joplin Junior College 86 - 73
1955 Moberly Southwest Baptist College 94 - 71
1954 Moberly Joplin Junior College 67 - 59
1953 Moberly Hannibal LaGrange 58 - 56 OT
1952 Hannibal-LaGrange Moberly (Even though Moberly lost the Region 16 championship, they were invited to the National Tournament since one of the region champions withdrew due to lack of funding) 51 - 41
1951 Moberly Hannibal LaGrange 69 - 51
1950 Hannibal-LaGrange Moberly x
1949 Ft. Scott, Kansas Dodge City, Kansas The area encompassing Region 16 was included in Region 6 (NE, KS, MO) at this time. x
1948 In 1948, there was no Region 16 champion.  Moberly received an invitation to play in the National Tournament in Springfield, Missouri as the "host" team because they had the best season record among Missouri Junior Colleges.