High School Sports

Suburban Conference Week 4 football rankings: White and Blue divisions

Here are the Suburban Conference White and Blue divisions high school football rankings after Week 4, including league record, overall record, last week’s result, this week’s opponent and a comment.


1. Staley (3-1, 1-0)

Lost to Blue Springs South 31-21; Friday at Fort Osage

The defense was stout for the first two weeks, but has allowed 73 points over the past two games.

2. William Chrisman (4-0, 2-0)

Beat Grandview 33-20; Friday vs. Raytown South

To set up a showdown with Staley looming next week, the Bears must slow a speedy Raytown South team.

3. North Kansas City (1-3, 1-1)

Beat Oak Park 37-12; Friday vs. Leavenworth

The Hornets fed the ball to senior Damon Whitmill 35 times, and he responded with a pair of touchdowns.

4. Fort Osage (1-3, 1-0)

Beat Ruskin 19-14; Friday vs. Staley

The Indians gave Brock Bult his first head coaching victory with the program.

5. Oak Park (0-4, 0-2)

Lost to North Kansas City 37-12; Friday vs. Ruskin

The Northmen have lacked the big-play ability to find the end zone.

6. Ruskin (0-4, 0-2)

Lost to Fort Osage 19-14; Friday at Oak Park

The Golden Eagles had a one-point halftime lead, but couldn’t score in the second half to secure a win.


1. Kearney (4-0, 3-0)

Beat Winnetonka 52-0; Friday at Liberty North

Sophomore Patrick Connery scored twice on rushes and once more on a punt return.

2. Platte County (3-1, 1-0)

Beat Harrisonville 49-0; Friday at Belton

In a battle of state-ranked teams, the Pirates forced 10 turnovers to blow out Harrisonville.

3. Belton (2-2, 2-0)

Beat Raytown South 23-8; Friday vs. Platte County

A defense that allowed 83 points in the first two weeks has held the last two to single digits.

4. Raytown South (2-2, 0-2)

Lost to Belton 23-8; Friday at William Chrisman

The Cardinals offense had been rolling, but it was shut out for three quarters Friday.

5. Grandview (0-4, 0-2)

Lost to William Chrisman 33-20; Thursday at Shawnee Mission Northwest

Senior Monteze McGregor ran for a pair of touchdowns in a losing effort.

6. Winnetonka (0-4, 0-2)

Lost to Kearney 52-0; Thursday vs. Shawnee Mission South

The Griffins have managed only 20 points across their four losses.