Here are the Suburban Conference White and Blue divisions high school football rankings after Week 3, including league record, overall record, last week’s result, this week’s opponent and a comment.
SUBURBAN WHITE CONFERENCE
1. Staley (3-0, 1-0)
Beat Platte County 55-42; Friday vs. Blue Springs South
Tailback Julian Ross has an astounding 10 touchdowns in the past two weeks.
2. William Chrisman (3-0, 2-0)
Beat Truman 48-14; Friday at Grandview
Quarterback James Bailey accounted for six touchdowns in the Bears’ third straight win.
3. Fort Osage (0-3, 0-0)
Lost to Lee’s Summit 45-27; Friday at Ruskin
The Indians have found momentum in the running game. Three different players rushed for touchdowns.
4. North Kansas City (0-3, 0-1)
Lost to Raytown South 33-11; Friday vs. Oak Park
Running back Damon Whitmill topped 100 yards in the loss.
5. Oak Park (0-3, 0-1)
Lost to Excelsior Springs 14-7; Friday at North Kansas City
The Northmen have scored only three times in three weeks.
6. Ruskin (0-3, 0-1)
Lost to St. Joseph Central 38-0; Friday vs. Fort Osage
The Golden Eagles forced five fumbles in the first half but failed to turn any into points.
SUBURBAN BLUE CONFERENCE
1. Kearney (3-0, 2-0)
Beat Grandview 38-14; Friday vs. Winnetonka
The defense held Grandview to just 2.9 yards per carry and forced four turnovers.
2. Platte County (2-1, 1-0)
Lost to Staley 55-42; Friday vs. Harrisonville
The Class 4 Pirates were competitive in the back-and-forth shootout against a top Class 5 program.
3. Raytown South (2-1, 0-1)
Beat North Kansas City 33-11; Friday vs. Belton
Vontrae Booker had touchdown runs of 91 and 4 yards to bookend the victory.
4. Belton (1-2, 1-0)
Beat Winnetonka 42-6; Friday at Raytown South
After allowing 83 points in two weeks, the Pirates shut out Winnetonka over the final three quarters.
5. Grandview (0-3, 0-2)
Lost to Kearney 38-14; Friday vs. William Chrisman
Sylvester Brewster was a bright spot with four catches, including a 26-yard touchdown.
6. Winnetonka (0-3, 0-1)
Lost to Belton 42-6; Friday at Kearney
Der’ruan Brown caught a 32-yard touchdown pass, the team’s lone score.