High schools

KC area high school football schedule (Sept. 27-28)

Updated: 2013-09-27T04:58:25Z

FRIDAY’S GAMES

All games 7 p.m. unless noted

Baldwin at Spring Hill

Basehor-Linwood at Lansing

Bishop Miege at Gardner Edgerton

Bishop Ward at Turner

Blue Springs South at Rockhurst, 7:30

Blue Valley at Blue Valley North

Center at St. Pius X

Christ Prep at Oskaloosa

De Soto at Louisburg

Drexel at Midway

Excelsior Springs at Harrisonville

Fort Osage at Raytown

Grain Valley at Pleasant Hill

Grandview at Park Hill South

Harmon at Washington

Lafayette County at Richmond

Lansing at Basehor-Linwood

Lathrop at Lawson

Lee’s Summit North at Lee’s Summit West

Liberty at Blue Springs

Odessa at Oak Grove

O’Hara at Clinton

Olathe East at SM North

Olathe Northwest at Lawrence

Olpe at McLouth

Paola at Eudora

Park Hill at Ruskin

Piper at Bonner Springs

Platte County at Kearney

Pleasant Ridge at Immaculata

Raymore-Peculiar at Lee’s Summit

St. James Academy at Ottawa

St. Joseph Lafayette at Smithville

St. Paul Lutheran at Lone Jack

St. Thomas Aquinas at Blue Valley Southwest

Schlagle at Sumner Academy

SM East at Olathe North

SM South at Olathe South

SM West at Lawrence Free State

Southwest ECC at East

Staley at Belton

Sweet Springs at Orrick

Tonganoxie at Mill Valley

Trenton at Pembroke Hill

Truman at St. Joseph Central

Wellsville at Osawatomie

West Platte at North Platte

Winnetonka at Oak Park

Wyandotte at Atchison

SATURDAY’S GAMES

Hogan Prep at University Academy, 2 p.m.

North Kansas City at Wm. Chrisman, 1 p.m.

Van Horn at African Centered, 1 p.m.

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