Here are the Suburban Conference White and Blue divisions high school football rankings after Week 1, including league record, overall record, last week’s result, this week’s opponent and a comment.
SUBURBAN WHITE CONFERENCE
1. Staley (1-0, 0-0)
Beat Liberty North 31-13; Friday at North Kansas City
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The Falcons controlled the line of scrimmage and ran for four touchdowns in the win.
2. Fort Osage (1-0, 0-0)
Lost to Kearney 35-14; Friday vs. Truman
Tailback Isaiah Iloilo ran for two touchdowns in a losing effort.
3. William Chrisman (1-0, 1-0)
Beat Oak Park 35-6; Friday vs. Ruskin
The Bears own a winning record for the first time since 2010.
4. North Kansas City (0-1, 0-0)
Lost to St. Joseph Lafayette 28-24; Friday vs. Staley
The Hornets held a two-point lead after play was suspended Friday, then gave it up a day later.
5. Oak Park (0-1, 0-1)
Lost to William Chrisman 35-6; Thursday vs. Platte County
The Northmen fell behind 29-0 before the halftime whistle.
6. Ruskin (0-1, 0-0)
Lost to Raytown South 49-8; Friday at William Chrisman
Shakespeare Williams gave the Golden Eagles their lone touchdown on a 25-yard run.
SUBURBAN BLUE CONFERENCE
1. Kearney (1-0, 0-0)
Beat Fort Osage 35-14; Friday vs. Raytown South
Jess Davis caught six passes for 113 yards and a touchdown in the win.
2. Platte County (1-0, 1-0)
Beat Grandview 36-0; Thursday at Oak Park
Michael McNair rushed for three touchdowns, all in the opening half.
3. Raytown South (1-0, 0-0)
Beat Ruskin 49-8; Friday at Kearney
After an opening-week rout, the Cardinals will take on the Missouri Class 4 defending champion.
4. Belton (0-1, 0-0)
Lost to Raymore-Peculiar 48-21; Friday vs. Liberty
Nick Snider hauled in a pair of touchdowns in the loss.
5. Grandview (0-1, 0-1)
Lost to Platte County 36-0; Friday at Park Hill South
A Bulldogs offense that averaged 29 points per game last season couldn’t find the end zone.
6. Winnetonka (0-1, 0-0)
Lost to Park Hill South 19-0; Friday at Smithville
The defensive output — 19 points allowed — was better than any of the Griffins’ final eight games last year.