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  • Liberty, LSW, Staley, Kearney are Suburban leaders

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  • Liberty, Lee’s Summit West, Staley and Kearney are the Suburban Conference all-sports leaders after the fall season.
    Based on one point for a first-place finish, two for second, etc., Liberty leads the Suburban Big Six with 24.5 points. Blue Springs South has 26, Lee’s Summit North 27.5, Blue Springs 33, Lee’s Summit 34.5 and Raymore-Peculiar 41.5.
    Liberty claimed boys cross country and volleyball titles and was second in girls cross country and girls tennis.
    Lee’s Summit West is the narrow Suburban Middle Six leader with 17 points. The Titans claimed titles in girls golf, girls cross country, football and boys soccer and were second in volleyball, softball and girls tennis.
    Park Hill South is second with 18 points. Park Hill has 31.5, St. Joseph Central 34, Truman 35 and Ruskin 53.
    Staley is the runaway Suburban Middle Seven leader with 13 points. The Falcons nabbed titles in boys and girls cross country, boys swimming, volleyball and tied for first in soccer and softball. Staley also was second in girls golf, football and girls tennis.
    Fort Osage is second with 33 points, prevailing in football and sharing the boys soccer title. Belton is third with 34. Oak Park has 36.5, North Kansas City 43, Raytown 44.5 and William Chrisman 48.
    Kearney has 13.5 points in leading the Suburban Small Six. Liberty North has 19, Platte County 28, Winnetonka 35.5, Grandview 40 and Raytown South 43.
    Kearney finished first or second in nine sports. The Bulldogs were the champion in golf, football, swimming and volleyball and tied for first in boys soccer.

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