High School Sports

The Star’s high school football rankings (Sept. 18)

THE KANSAS CITY STAR

The Star’s high school football rankings were selected by the high school sports staff.

BIG-CLASS

RECORD

NEXT OPPONENT

1. Lee's Summit West

4-0

Friday at Lee's Summit North

The offense is running like a well-oiled machine as the Titans enter conference play.

2. Fort Osage

4-0

Friday vs. Staley

The Indians are trying to beat a state-ranked opponent for the third time in five weeks.

3. Shawnee Mission East

2-0

Friday at SM Northwest

The Lancers have outscored their opponents 88-10 in their first two games.

4. Blue Springs

3-1

Friday vs. Lee's Summit

Running back Cobi Bissell has rushed for six touchdowns through four weeks.

5. Olathe North

2-0

Friday vs. Olathe South

The Eagles trailed at halftime but picked up another close victory last week.

6. Blue Valley

2-0

Friday at Bishop Miege

The defense forced four turnovers, which included a pick six.

7. Rockhurst

3-1

Friday at Blue Springs South

The Hawklets knocked off a pair of Arkansas' top teams in back-to-back weeks.

8. Lee's Summit

3-1

Friday at Blue Springs

The next three opponents on the Tigers' schedule are a combined 11-1 this season.

9. Olathe South

2-0

Friday at Olathe North

Olathe South enters the poll after a rivalry game victory against Olathe East.

10. Winnetonka

3-1

Friday at Platte County

Back-to-back games against Platte County and Kearney will decide the Griffins' conference fate.

SMALL-CLASS

RECORD

NEXT OPPONENT

1. Bishop Miege

2-0

Friday vs. Blue Valley

The Stags have put up 80 points in two victories against Eastern Kansas League foes.

2. Kearney

4-0

Friday vs. Ruskin

The offense regained its form in a 49-28 win against Raytown South.

3. Piper

2-0

Friday at Louisburg

The Pirates started a string of three road games with a shutout at Baldwin last week.

4. O'Hara

4-0

Friday vs. Central

Could the Celtics make a run at an undefeated regular season?

5. Center

4-0

Friday at St. Pius X

The Yellowjackets have won each of their games by at at least 19 points.

The Star’s high school football rankings were selected by the high school sports staff.

BIG-CLASS;RECORD;NEXT OPPONENT

1. Lee's Summit West;4-0;Friday at Lee's Summit North

The offense is running like a well-oiled machine as the Titans enter conference play.

2. Fort Osage;4-0;Friday vs. Staley

The Indians are trying to beat a state-ranked opponent for the third time in five weeks.

3. Shawnee Mission East;2-0;Friday at SM Northwest

The Lancers have outscored their opponents 88-10 in their first two games.

4. Blue Springs;3-1;Friday vs. Lee's Summit

Running back Cobi Bissell has rushed for six touchdowns through four weeks.

5. Olathe North;2-0;Friday vs. Olathe South

The Eagles trailed at halftime but picked up another close victory last week.

6. Blue Valley;2-0;Friday at Bishop Miege

The defense forced four turnovers, which included a pick six.

7. Rockhurst;3-1;Friday at Blue Springs South

The Hawklets knocked off a pair of Arkansas' top teams in back-to-back weeks.

8. Lee's Summit;3-1;Friday at Blue Springs

The next three opponents on the Tigers' schedule are a combined 11-1 this season.

9. Olathe South;2-0;Friday at Olathe North

Olathe South enters the poll after a rivalry game victory against Olathe East.

10. Winnetonka;3-1;Friday at Platte County

Back-to-back games against Platte County and Kearney will decide the Griffins' conference fate.

SMALL-CLASS;RECORD;NEXT OPPONENT

1. Bishop Miege; 2-0;Friday vs. Blue Valley

The Stags have put up 80 points in two victories against Eastern Kansas League foes.

2. Kearney;4-0;Friday vs. Ruskin

The offense regained its form in a 49-28 win against Raytown South.

3. Piper;2-0;Friday at Louisburg

The Pirates started their three-game road trip with a shutout at Louisburg.

4. O'Hara;4-0;Friday vs. Central

Could the Celtics make a run at an undefeated regular season?

5. Center;4-0;Friday at St. Pius X

The Yellowjackets have won every game by at at least 19 points.

| Sam McDowell and Kathleen Gier of The Star contributed to this report.

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