Here is a Week 4 review of football games in the Suburban Conference:
SUBURBAN GOLD CONFERENCE
1. Lee's Summit West (4-0, 0-0)
Last week: Defeated Rock Bridge 48-34
The good news: The Titans remain undefeated. The bad news: The pass defense continues to allow big plays.
2. Blue Springs (3-1, 1-0)
Last week: Defeated St. Joseph Central 49-7
Assigned the task of replacing Dalvin Warmack, tailback Cobi Bissell has six touchdowns through four weeks.
3. Lee's Summit (3-1, 1-0)
Last week: Defeated Lee's Summit North 31-28
Lee's Summit is set to travel to Blue Springs, which accounted for the Tigers' only two losses last year.
4. Blue Springs South (1-3, 1-1)
Last week: Defeated Raymore-Peculiar 25-17
Cale Connors threw for 148 yards and two touchdowns in the Jaguars' first win of 2014.
5. Raymore-Peculiar (2-2, 0-1)
Last week: Lost to Blue Springs South 25-17
The Panthers' typically-potent rushing game managed only three yards per carry in the loss.
6. Lee's Summit North (1-3, 0-1)
Last week: Lost to Lee's Summit 31-28
The Broncos lost by a field goal for the second time this season.
SUBURBAN RED CONFERENCE
1. Park Hill (4-0, 1-0)
Last week: Defeated Liberty 38-14
The 24-point margin of victory was actually the Trojans' smallest of the season.
2. Truman (2-2, 2-0)
Last week: Defeated Ruskin 49-0
A year after suffering through a winless season, the Patriots are .500 through four weeks.
3. Park Hill South (1-3, 0-0)
Last week: Lost to Platte County 14-12
The Panthers were stung in the fourth quarter again and have lost the last two games by a combined three points.
4. Liberty (0-4, 0-1)
Last week: Lost to Park Hill 38-14
The offense can't seem to find its stride. Liberty badly needs a victory at Truman on Friday.
5. Ruskin (1-3, 0-1)
Last week: Lost to Truman 49-0
A Week 2 victory didn't created much momentum. The Eagles have been shut out two straight weeks.
6. St. Joseph Central (0-4, 0-1)
Last week: Lost to Blue Springs 49-7
The Indians have been gashed by the run in the first four weeks of the season.
SUBURBAN WHITE CONFERENCE
1. Fort Osage (4-0, 1-0)
Last week: Defeated North Kansas City 47-12
With the ability to pick up large chunks in the passing and running game, the Indians aren't easy to stop.
2. Staley (3-1, 2-0)
Last week: Defeated Liberty North 28-17
The Falcons trailed 17-0 before quarterback Beau Baker ran for three straight 1-yard touchdowns.
3. Liberty North (2-2, 1-1)
Last week: Lost to Staley 28-17
The Eagles were headed for their third shutout in four weeks before a second-half defensive breakdown.
4. Raytown (2-2, 2-1)
Last week: Lost to Winnetonka 21-7
Until Raytown can get its aerial attack clicking, opponents will continue to focus on stopping the run.
5. Oak Park (2-2, 1-1)
Last week: Defeated William Chrisman 47-32
The Northmen have scored 114 points in three weeks and ran for more than 400 yards Friday.
6. North Kansas City (0-4, 0-1)
Last week: Lost to Fort Osage 47-12
The Hornets are a run-first team that isn't winning the battle up front. That's spelled early-season disaster.
7. William Chrisman (0-4, 0-3)
Last week: Lost to Oak Park 47-32
D'Vontae Brown ran for a pair of touchdowns in the Bears' most productive night of the season.
SUBURBAN BLUE CONFERENCE
1. Kearney (4-0, 1-0)
Last week: Defeated Raytown South 49-28
After scoring only nine points last week, the Bulldogs' offense regained its form with seven touchdowns.
2. Winnetonka (3-1, 0-0)
Last week: Defeated Raytown 21-7
The next two weeks will decide the Griffins' conference fate. They face Platte County and Kearney.
3. Platte County (4-0, 0-0)
Last week: Defeated Park Hill South 14-12
With only six seniors on the roster, the Pirates are 4-0 headed into a showdown with Winnetonka.
4. Raytown South (2-2, 0-1)
Last week: Lost to Kearney 49-28
Quarterback Jabril Cox is quietly developing into one of the conference's top playmakers.
5. Belton (2-2, 1-0)
Last week: Defeated Grandview 31-28
The Pirates can already match last season's win total with a win at Oak Park on Friday.
6. Grandview (1-3, 0-1)
Last week: Lost to Belton 31-28
Another week. Another close loss. The Bulldogs have lost three straight games — all by one possession.