SUBURBAN GOLD CONFERENCE
1. Lee's Summit West (7-2, 4-2)
Beat Lee's Summit 52-21; Friday vs. Joplin
In the first half alone, quarterback Cole Taylor ran for a touchdown, caught a touchdown and threw for two more.
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2. Blue Springs (7-2, 5-1)
Lost to Raymore-Peculiar 26-21; Friday vs. Francis Howell Central
The Wildcats' offense has been hit with a slew of injuries that might be difficult to overcome in the playoffs.
3. Lee's Summit (7-2, 4-2)
Lost to Lee's Summit West 52-21; Friday vs. Raymore-Peculiar
Somaj Brewer caught two touchdowns in an otherwise disappointing outing for the Tigers.
4. Park Hill (6-3, 3-3)
Beat Blue Springs South 31-10; Friday at Rockhurst
The Trojans held a second-half lead in all nine games in the regular season.
5. Raymore-Peculiar (5-4, 3-3)
Beat Blue Springs 26-21; Friday at Lee's Summit
A victory against the league champions should provide the Panthers confidence heading into the playoffs.
6. Blue Springs South (4-5, 2-4)
Lost to Park Hill 31-10; Friday at Jefferson City
The Jaguars defeated Jefferson City 48-21 in the playoffs last season en route to the Class 6 title.
7. Lee's Summit North (2-7, 0-6)
Beat Liberty 48-21; Friday at Springfield Kickapoo
Senior wide receiver Da'Ron Davis caught touchdown passes of 57, 29 and 15 yards in Friday's win.
SUBURBAN RED CONFERENCE
1. Park Hill South (8-1, 5-0)
Beat Truman 35-14; Bye
The Panthers await the winner of Truman and North Kansas City in the second round.
2. Liberty (6-3, 4-1)
Lost to Lee's Summit North 48-21; Oct. 28 vs. St. Joseph Central
After a 5-0 start, the Blue Jays have lost three of four heading into the postseason.
3. St. Joseph Central (4-5, 2-3)
Beat North Kansas City 47-22; Oct. 28 at Liberty
The Indians lost to Liberty 49-28 to open the season.
4. Liberty North (3-6, 2-3)
Beat Columbia Hickman 47-12; Friday vs. Oak Park
The Eagles more than doubled their previous best offensive output of the season.
5. Truman (3-6, 1-4)
Lost to Park Hill South 35-14; Friday vs. North Kansas City
Dave Rivera ran for both touchdowns in the loss.
6. Raytown (2-7, 1-4)
Lost to Raytown South 13-10; Friday vs. Ruskin
Antonio Williams ran for a touchdown in the fourth quarter, but it was the team's only score.
SUBURBAN WHITE CONFERENCE
1. William Chrisman (8-1, 4-1)
Beat Winnetonka 34-0; Oct. 28 at Fort Osage
After a first-round bye, the Bears will play the only team that beat them during the season.
2. Staley (7-2, 4-1)
Beat Ruskin 50-7; Bye
The Falcons await the winner of Liberty North and Oak Park in the second round.
3. Fort Osage (4-5, 4-1)
Beat Oak Park 41-14; Oct. 28 vs. William Chrisman
Halfback Isaiah Iloilo scored twice, and the Indians built a 35-0 lead by halftime.
4. Ruskin (2-7, 2-3)
Lost to Staley 50-7; Friday at Raytown
The Golden Eagles completed their most successful regular season in five years.
5. North Kansas City (2-7, 1-4)
Lost to St. Joseph Central 47-22; Friday at Truman
The Hornets had no answer for the St. Joseph Central running game.
6. Oak Park (0-9, 0-5)
Lost to Fort Osage 41-14; Friday at Liberty North
That's 11 straight losses for the Northmen dating back to last season.
SUBURBAN BLUE CONFERENCE
1. Kearney (8-1, 5-0)
Beat Platte County 42-39; Friday vs. Savannah
An important bounce-back win for the Bulldogs, who now start the defense of their Class 4 state title.
2. Belton (6-3, 4-1)
Beat Grandview 30-12; Bye
The Pirates will play the winner of Columbia Hickman and Sedalia Smith-Cotton next week.
3. Platte County (6-3, 3-2)
Lost to Kearney 42-39; Friday vs. Winnetonka
Quarterback Justin Mitchell threw for 420 yards and four touchdowns in the loss.
4. Raytown South (5-4, 2-3)
Beat Raytown 13-10; Friday vs. Van Horn
Bradley Rogers made a pair of field goals, and the final one stood as the difference.
5. Grandview (3-6, 1-4)
Lost to Belton 30-12; Friday vs. Nevada
The offense was scoreless for the first three quarters Friday.
6. Winnetonka (1-8, 0-5)
Lost to William Chrisman 34-0; Friday at Platte County
The Griffins were held to single digits in six of their nine regular season games.