High schools

KC area high school football schedule (Oct. 4-5)

Updated: 2013-10-04T05:15:45Z

High school football schedule (Oct. 4-5)

(Game times 7 p.m. unless noted)

FRIDAY’S GAMES

Basehor-Linwood at Turner

Blue Springs at Lee’s Summit North

Blue Valley Northwest at Blue Valley

Blue Valley Southwest at Bishop Miege

Bonner Springs at Mill Valley

Burlington at Osawatomie

Clinton at St. Pius X

De Soto at Baldwin

Excelsior Springs at Odessa

Fort Osage at Staley

Gardner Edgerton at Blue Valley West, 8:15 p.m.

Harmon at Atchison

Jefferson County North at Immaculata

Lansing at Piper

Lawrence at SM Northwest

Lawson at East Buchanan

Lee’s Summit at Blue Springs South

Lee’s Summit West at Park Hill South

Liberty North at Winnetonka

Louisburg at St. James Academy

McLouth at Pleasant Ridge

North Kansas City at Platte County

Northeast at Nevada

Oak Grove at Pleasant Hill

Oak Park at Raytown

O’Hara at Smith-Cotton

Olathe South at Olathe East

Orrick at Lone Jack

Ottawa at Paola

Park Hill at Kearney

Pembroke Hill at Southwest ECC (at Pem-Hill)

Penney at West Platte

Raytown South at Grandview

Richmond at Carrollton

Rockhurst at Liberty

Ruskin at Truman

St. Joseph Central at Raymore-Peculiar

St. Thomas Aquinas at Blue Valley North, 5:30 p.m.

SM East at SM South

SM North at Olathe Northwest

Smithville at St. Joseph LeBlond

Spring Hill at Eudora

Tonganoxie at Bishop Ward

Valley Falls at Oskaloosa

Warrensburg at Center

Washington at Sumner Academy

William Chrisman at Belton

Wyandotte at Schlagle

SATURDAY’S GAMES

African Centered at East (at Ruskin), 11 a.m.

Harrisonville at Grain Valley, 1 p.m.

Hogan Prep at Soldan, 2 p.m.

Midway at Christ Prep

Missouri Military at Central, 4:45 p.m.

Sacred Heart at University Academy, 2 p.m.

Summit Christian at Van Horn, 1 p.m.

Trenton at Lincoln Prep (at Ruskin), 3 p.m.

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