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Suburban Conference Week 2 football rankings: Gold and Red divisions

Three Park Hill defensive players sack Lee’s Summit quarterback Dalton Hill during their game last Friday night. Lee’s Summit defeated the Trojans, 20-13.
Three Park Hill defensive players sack Lee’s Summit quarterback Dalton Hill during their game last Friday night. Lee’s Summit defeated the Trojans, 20-13. 810 Varsity

Here are the Suburban Conference Gold and Red divisions high school football rankings after Week 2, including league record, overall record, last week’s result, this week’s opponent and a comment.

SUBURBAN GOLD CONFERENCE

1. Blue Springs (2-0, 2-0)

Beat Lee’s Summit West 21-20; Friday at Fayetteville (Ark.)

The Wildcats will play their first ever out-of-state game when they travel to Arkansas.

2. Lee’s Summit West (1-1, 1-1)

Lost to Blue Springs 21-20; Friday vs. Raymore-Peculiar

The Titans did not allow a point in the second half and forced three turnovers in the loss.

3. Raymore-Peculiar (2-0, 1-0)

Beat Lee’s Summit North 30-7; Friday at Lee’s Summit West

The Panthers ground game is on a roll. Four different players found the end zone Friday.

4. Lee’s Summit (1-1, 1-1)

Beat Park Hill 20-13; Friday vs. Fort Osage

It was a heck of a turnaround for the defense, which led the Tigers to a win after allowing 58 points a week earlier.

5. Park Hill (1-1, 1-1)

Lost to Lee’s Summit 20-13; Friday vs. Park Hill South

The Trojans’ conference title hopes received an early jolt, but a deep league allows time to bounce back.

6. Blue Springs South (0-2, 0-1)

Lost to Rockhurst 14-7; Friday vs. Lee’s Summit North

Brody Parker’s 1-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter prevented the Jaguars from being shut out.

7. Lee’s Summit North (0-2, 0-2)

Lost to Raymore-Peculiar 30-7; Friday at Blue Springs South

Tori Hicks topped 100 yards and ran for a touchdown, but the Broncos have fallen into an early hole.

SUBURBAN RED CONFERENCE

1. Liberty North (1-1, 1-0)

Beat Raytown 20-0; Friday at Liberty

Defense is still supreme at Liberty North. The Eagles have seven shutouts over the past three seasons.

2. Liberty (2-0, 1-0)

Beat Belton 35-14; Friday vs. Liberty North

Running back Robert Rawie has run for eight touchdowns in the first two weeks.

3. Park Hill South (2-0, 0-0)

Beat Grandview 27-8; Friday at Park Hill

The Panthers have already equaled last year’s win total by allowing only one touchdown in two games.

4. Raytown (1-1, 1-1)

Lost to Liberty North 20-0; Friday at Grain Valley

The Bluejays have the speed, but they weren’t able to match the Eagles’ physical play up front.

5. Truman (1-1, 0-1)

Beat Fort Osage 26-21; Friday vs. William Chrisman

A week after being shut out, the Patriots upend the defending Class 5 champions. Go figure.

6. St. Joseph Central (0-2, 0-1)

Lost to St. Joseph Lafayette 18-12; Friday vs. Ruskin

The Indians lost in double overtime after missing a potential game-winning extra point in the first overtime period.

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