High schools

October 10 high school football scores

Updated: 2013-10-11T04:52:49Z

Football

Thursday’s results

Liberty North 56, Platte County 14

St. James Academy 27, Eudora 21

SM South 24, SM North 6

Today’s games

Bishop Ward at Lansing

Blue Springs South at Blue Springs

Blue Valley at St. Thomas Aquinas

Blue Valley North at Gardner Edgerton

Blue Valley Southwest at Blue Valley Northwest

Blue Valley West at Bishop Miege

Bonner Springs at Basehor-Linwood

Center at O’Hara

Grain Valley at Excelsior Springs

Grandview at Belton

Harrisonville at Oak Grove

Immaculata at Oskaloosa

Kearney at Staley

Lawrence Free State at SM East

Leavenworth at Olathe East

Lee’s Summit North at Lee’s Summit

Liberty at Park Hill

Lone Jack at Concordia

Louisburg at Baldwin

Marshall at Truman

Maryville at Smithville

McLouth at Jefferson County North

Mid Buchanan at West Platte

Mill Valley at Piper

North Kansas City at Winnetonka

Oak Park at Ruskin

Olathe North at Lawrence

Olathe Northwest at SM West

Orrick at Santa Fe

Osawatomie at Anderson County

Paola at De Soto

Park Hill South at SJ Central

Penney at Lawson

Pleasant Hill at Odessa

Pleasant Ridge at Valley Falls

Raymore-Peculiar at Lee’s Summit West

Raytown at Raytown South

Rich Hill at Midway

Richmond at Holden

Rock Bridge at Rockhurst, 7:30 p.m.

St. Pius X at Warrensburg

Schlagle at Atchison

SM Northwest at Olathe South

Southwest at African Centered

Spring Hill at Ottawa

Sumner Academy at Harmon

Turner at Tonganoxie

University Academy at Pembroke Hill

Washington at Wyandotte

William Chrisman at Fort Osage

Saturday’s games

East at Lincoln Prep

Northeast at Central, 1 p.m.

Van Horn at Hogan Prep, 1 p.m.

* Game times 7 p.m. unless noted.

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