Suburban Gold Conference
1. Blue Springs (5-1, 3-0)
Beat Rockhurst 24-7; Friday vs. Lee’s Summit North
The Wildcats handed the ball to Jaylen Ivey 36 times, and he responded with two touchdowns.
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2. Lee’s Summit (5-1, 2-1)
Beat Lee’s Summit North 55-28; Friday vs. Blue Springs South
Senior quarterback Dalton Hill threw for 263 yards and ran for 127 more in the Tigers’ fifth straight win.
3. Blue Springs South (4-2, 2-1)
Beat Raymore-Peculiar 35-33; Friday at Lee’s Summit
The Jaguars have won four straight, the latest propelled by a second-half comeback.
4. Lee’s Summit West (4-2, 3-2)
Beat Park Hill 36-29; Friday vs. Fort Osage
After an injury to starting quarterback Cole Taylor, Ben Kobel led the Titans to an overtime victory.
5. Raymore-Peculiar (4-2, 2-1)
Lost to Blue Springs South 35-33; Friday at Park Hill
The Panthers topped 30 points for the fifth time in six games but suffered their first conference loss.
6. Park Hill (3-3, 1-3)
Lost to Lee’s Summit West 36-29; Friday vs. Raymore-Peculiar
In all three of their losses, the Trojans have held a halftime lead.
7. Lee’s Summit North (1-5, 0-5)
Lost to Lee’s Summit 55-28; Friday at Blue Springs
The Broncos’ best offensive output of the season was offset by five turnovers.
Suburban Red Conference
1. Park Hill South (5-1, 3-0)
Beat Liberty North 15-14; Friday at Liberty
The Panthers’ third straight win sets up a showdown with Liberty for the conference title.
2. Liberty (5-1, 3-0)
Lost to Platte County 38-30; Friday vs. Park Hill South
After back-to-back comeback wins, the Blue Jays failed to hold a halftime lead.
3. Liberty North (2-4, 2-2)
Lost to Park Hill South 15-14; Friday at St. Joseph Central
Senior running back Jon Redmond ran for 161 yards and a score in a defensive contest.
4. Raytown (2-4, 1-3)
Beat Ruskin 41-6; Friday vs. Kearney
The Blue Jays have actually outscored their opponents this year but haven’t won close games.
5. Truman (3-3, 1-2)
Beat St. Joseph Central 51-48; Friday at Battle
After totaling 40 points across the first four games, the Patriots have scored 126 in their last two.
6. St. Joseph Central (1-5, 0-3)
Lost to Truman 51-48; Friday vs. Liberty North
The Indians have allowed an average of 47 points per game over the last three weeks.
Suburban White Conference
1. William Chrisman (6-0, 3-0)
Beat Staley 43-39; Friday at North Kansas City
The Bears took hold of the conference lead and sealed their first winning season since 1981.
2. Staley (4-2, 2-1)
Lost to William Chrisman 43-39; Friday vs. Oak Park
Julian Ross scored five touchdowns, but it was in a losing effort.
3. Fort Osage (2-4, 2-1)
Beat North Kansas City 21-6; Friday at Lee’s Summit West
The Indians turned in their best defensive performance of the season, forcing four turnovers.
4. North Kansas City (2-4, 1-2)
Lost to Fort Osage 21-6; Friday vs. William Chrisman
The Hornets couldn’t muster much offensively, totaling less than 100 yards in each half.
5. Ruskin (1-5, 1-2)
Lost to Raytown 41-6; Friday at Belton
The Golden Eagles had shown life offensively in two straight weeks but struggled Friday.
6. Oak Park (0-6, 0-3)
Lost to Grandview 24-6; Friday at Staley
The long season continued for the Northmen, who haven’t won since last October.
Suburban Blue Conference
1. Kearney (6-0, 4-0)
Beat Belton 23-21; Friday at Raytown
Anthony Pritzel threw for three touchdowns and ran for another in the Bulldogs’ biggest test yet.
2. Belton (3-3, 3-1)
Lost to Kearney 23-21; Friday vs. Ruskin
The Pirates ran for more than five yards per carry in a comeback effort that fell just short.
3. Platte County (4-2, 1-1)
Beat Liberty 38-30; Friday vs. Raytown South
Jacob Post’s blocked punt return for a touchdown ignited the Pirates’ second-half comeback.
4. Raytown South (3-3, 1-2)
Beat Winnetonka 43-6; Friday at Platte County
Five different players scored for the Cardinals, who led 40-0 at halftime.
5. Grandview (2-4, 0-2)
Beat to Oak Park 24-6; Friday vs. Winnetonka
The Bulldogs have figured something out defensively, and it’s equaled back-to-back wins.
6. Winnetonka (1-5, 0-3)
Lost to Raytown South 43-6; Friday at Grandview
James McMullen ran for a 1-yard score to prevent a shutout.