SUBURBAN GOLD CONFERENCE
1. Raymore-Peculiar (6-2, 3-1)
Last week: Defeated Lee's Summit 41-14
The Panthers can clinch the conference championshipwith a victory against LS West on Friday.
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2. Blue Springs (5-2, 3-1)
Last week: Defeated Lee's Summit West 38-14
The Wildcats need a victory against Lee's Summit North and a Ray-Pec loss Friday to win the conference.
3. Lee's Summit West (6-2, 2-2)
Last week: Lost to Blue Springs 38-14
The former No. 1 team in The Star's big-class poll has lost two of three and travels Friday to Raymore-Peculiar.
4. Lee's Summit (4-4, 2-2)
Last week: Lost to Raymore-Peculiar 41-14
After playing one of the area's toughest schedules, the Tigers should be prepared for next week's playoffs.
5. Blue Springs South (3-5, 2-2)
Last week: Defeated Lee's Summit North 13-7
The Jaguars picked off four passes in the win. Landon Heriford had two interceptions.
6. Lee's Summit North (1-7, 0-4)
Last week: Lost to Blue Springs South 13-7
The Broncos completed only five of 20 pass attempts — all of them to wideout Laurel Heath.
SUBURBAN RED CONFERENCE
1. Park Hill (8-0, 4-0)
Last week: Defeated St. Joseph Central 41-7
After winning three games in 2013, the Trojans are one victory away from running the table in the regular season.
2. Truman (5-3, 3-1)
Last week: Defeated William Chrisman 34-0
The Patriots can add a conference title to their improbable season with an upset of Park Hill.
3. Park Hill South (3-5, 2-2)
Last week: Defeated Ruskin 49-0
Quarterback Shaefer Schuetz turned six of his 16 throws into touchdown passes.
4. St. Joseph Central (2-6, 2-2)
Last week: Lost to Park Hill 41-7
The Indians kept in interesting until Park Hill ran away in the fourth quarter.
5. Liberty (1-7, 1-3)
Last week: Lost to Hickman 34-30
AJ Cambric threw for two touchdowns and Devon Bryant ran for two more in the loss.
6. Ruskin (1-7, 0-4)
Last week: Lost to Park Hill South 49-0
It's been a struggle defensively for Ruskin, which has allowed at least 30 points in all seven losses.
SUBURBAN WHITE CONFERENCE
1. Fort Osage (8-0, 5-0)
Last week: Defeated Liberty North 17-10
A late defensive stop helped the Indians clinch the Suburban White Conference championship Friday.
2. Staley (6-2, 4-1)
Last week: Defeated Raytown 35-0
That's back-to-back shutouts for the Falcons, who are quickly gathering momentum at the right time.
3. Liberty North (5-3, 3-2)
Last week: Lost to Fort Osage 17-0
The Eagles have been competitive in all three losses and have the potential to make a playoff run.
4. Oak Park (3-5, 2-3)
Last week: Defeated North Kansas City 57-40
Marquis Caldwell ran for five touchdowns in his return from injury. Brysen Stigger ran for three more.
5. Raytown (2-6, 2-3)
Last week: Lost to Staley 35-0
The offense has been unexpectedly silent lately, producing only 14 points over the last three games.
6. North Kansas City (1-7, 1-4)
Last week: Lost to Oak Park 57-40
The best offensive output of the season — by a long shot — was wasted by an ability to stop the run.
7. William Chrisman (1-7, 1-5)
Last week: Lost to Truman 34-0
The Bears' two-game winning streak in the rivalry ended in a blowout defeat.
SUBURBAN BLUE CONFERENCE
1. Winnetonka (6-2, 3-1)
Last week: Defeated Raytown South 44-37
The Griffins have won three straight games since their only conference defeat of the season.
2. Kearney (7-1, 3-1)
Last week: Defeated Belton 24-0
The defense has allowed six points in two games since giving up 17 in a loss to Winnetonka.
3. Platte County (7-1, 3-1)
Last week: Defeated Grandview 36-0
That's a heck of a bounce-back victory for the Pirates, who can still tie for a conference title.
4. Raytown South (5-3, 2-2)
Last week: Lost to Winnetonka 44-37
The Cardinals' three losses have come against teams who have a combined record of 21-3.
5. Belton (3-5, 2-2)
Last week: Lost to Kearney 24-0
A brutal stretch of the schedule continues Friday when the Pirates play host to Winnetonka.
6. Grandview (1-7, 0-4)
Last week: Lost to Platte County 36-0
It's been a long rebuilding year for the Bulldogs, who have lost seven straight since winning in Week 1.