Lees Summit 28, Raytown 13
Lees Summit scored in every quarter in their victory over Raytown Aug. 30 at Raytown.
The Tigers had a 10-yard touchdown pass from Drew Lock to Cameron Willis in the first quarter to lead 7-0. Raytown fought back with a 51-yard field goal to cut the score to 7-3.
In the second quarter, the Blue Jays scored an 8-yard touchdown pass to lead 10-7, but Lees Summit responded with a touchdown to take over a 14-10 advantage.
Lees Summits Lock and Willis connected again in the third quarter, this time for 20 yards to put the Tigers up 21-10. Raytown made a 22-yard field goal in the fourth quarter, but the Tigers sealed the victory with a 40-yard punt return by Delshon Spratt for a touchdown.
Lock competed 12 of 25 passes for 354 yards and two touchdowns. Alonzo Page caught two passes for 124 yards, Caymen Metcalf had three receptions for 61 yards and Spratt had two catches for 27 yards. Willis had three receptions for 25 yards. Casey Slaughter ran for 130 yards on 24 attempts.
The Tigers, 1-0, host Kearney at 7 p.m. Sept. 5.
Lees Summit North 27, Columbia Hickman 16
Lees Summit North took an early first quarter lead to take down Hickman in the game held Aug. 30 at Hickman.
Hickman scored first in the first quarter on a 3-yard touchdown run, but the Broncos quickly retaliated with a 72-yard run by Josh Caldwell for a touchdown. Then Caldwell scored again, this time on a 61-yard run to put Lees Summit North ahead 13-7.
In the second quarter, Hickman scored on a 3-yard touchdown run and a 30-yard field goal to take a 16-13 advantage. But the Broncos came back in the third quarter with a 78-yard touchdown run by Matt Brumfield and sealed the deal in the fourth quarter on a 72-yard touchdown run by Caldwell.
Brumfield completed one pass out of seven attempts for 12 yards. James Harris caught the pass. Caldwell had 16 rushing attempts for 285 yards. Brumfield had 79 yards on six attempts and Roy Smith had 36 yards on six attempts.
Chase Overton had seven total tackles, Nick Ackland had six tackles and Bailey Hanzel and Jake Handley had five tackles each.
The Broncos, 1-0, host Ruskin at 7 p.m. Sept. 6.
Lees Summit West 28, Staley 14
Lees Summit West had a 21-0 lead at halftime en route to their win over Staley Aug. 30 at Staley.
The Titans scored two touchdowns in the first quarter, on a 20-yard pass from Thomas Ganaden to Monte Harrison and a 78-yard pass from Ganaden to Harrison.
In the second quarter, Lees Summit West scored again, this time on a 9-yard pass from Ganaden to Grayson Handel to lead 21-0.
Staley put points on the board in the third quarter on a 1-yard touchdown run, but the Titans responded with an 8-yard run by Ryan Williams to lead 28-6. The Falcons had the last say in the fourth quarter with a 4-yard touchdown run.
Ganaden completed 12 passes out of 17 attempts for 265 yards with three touchdowns and one interception. Harrison caught three passes for 123 yards and Cooper Abrahamson had four receptions for 60 yards. Williams had 13 rushes for 48 yards.
The Titans, 1-0, host Suburban Middle Six rivals Park Hill at 7 p.m. Sept. 6.
Normandy 38, Summit Christian Academy 14
Summit Christian Academy, 0-1, will travel to Sedalia Sacred Heart at 7 p.m. Sept. 6.
No statistics were available by press time.