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The Star's high school football rankings for Oct. 13

An overwhelming win over defending Kansas Class 5A champs Mill Valley bolstered Bishop Miege’s resume.
An overwhelming win over defending Kansas Class 5A champs Mill Valley bolstered Bishop Miege’s resume. Special to The Kansas City Star

Big-class poll

1. Blue Valley (6-0)

Friday at Blue Valley Northwest

It’s been a month since Blue Valley was in a game decided by fewer than three touchdowns.

2. Blue Springs (7-1)

Friday vs. Raymore-Peculiar

The Wildcats can complete an undefeated Suburban Gold Conference season with a victory Friday.

3. Shawnee Mission East (5-1)

Friday at Lawrence

Coming off a dismantling of Olathe East, the Lancers are rolling heading into Friday’s top-10 matchup with Lawrence.

4. Lee’s Summit (7-1)

Friday vs. Lee’s Summit West

Somaj Brewer caught three touchdowns last week for the Tigers, who are scoring 42 points per game.

5. Rockhurst (5-2)

Friday vs. Jefferson City

The Hawklets have scored 10 points over a two-game skid and are set to face a fourth straight state-ranked team.

6. Lee’s Summit West (6-2)

Friday at Lee’s Summit

The Titans rushed for 353 yards last week — the catalyst for their fifth straight victory.

7. Lawrence (5-1)

Friday vs. Shawnee Mission East

The Lawrence defense has allowed only 10 points combined over the last two weeks.

8. St. Thomas Aquinas (5-1)

Friday vs. Blue Valley Southwest

Aquinas is on a three-game winning streak since its only loss of the season to Bishop Miege.

9. Park Hill South (7-1)

Friday at Truman

With a victory this week, the Panthers would clinch the Suburban Red Conference title.

10. William Chrisman (7-1)

Friday at Winnetonka

An inability to stop Fort Osage’s run game led to the Bears’ first loss of the season.

Small-class poll

1. Bishop Miege (5-1)

Friday at Eudora

An overwhelming win over defending Kansas Class 5A champs Mill Valley bolsters Miege’s resume.

2. Kearney (7-1)

Friday at Platte County

Staley snapped the Bulldogs’ 18-game winning streak, but they can still clinch a league title Friday.

3. Center (8-0)

Friday at Sedalia Smith-Cotton

Center lost only twice last season, but one came against Smith-Cotton.

4. Basehor-Linwood (6-0)

Friday vs. Piper

Basehor-Linwood has scored 45-plus points in all its games this year.

5. Richmond (8-0)

Friday at Lexington

The Spartans’ average margin of victory is 39.1 points per game.

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