It’s status quo as far as the Suburban Conference all-sports leaders are concerned.
Blue Springs South, Lee’s Summit West, Staley and Kearney remain the leaders after the winter sports season.
Blue Springs South used first-place finishes in boys basketball and girls swimming to remain the Big Six leader with 27.5 points. Lee’s Summit North and Liberty are tied for second with 39.5 points each. Blue Springs has 45, Lee’s Summit 49 and Raymore-Peculiar 56.5.
Lee’s Summit West is the leader in the Middle Six with 22.5 points. The Titans tied for first in boys basketball and placed second in girls basketball and swimming and wrestling. Park Hill South has 27.5, Park Hill 39.5, Truman 45, St. Joseph Central 48.5 and Ruskin 59.
Staley is the runaway leader in the Middle Seven with 20.5 points. Fort Osage has 43.5, Belton 48.5, Raytown 51, Oak Park 52.5, 5, William Chrisman 59.5 and North Kansas City 60. Staley claimed titles in girls basketball and swimming.
Kearney leads the Small Six with 18 points after titles in girls basketball and wrestling and second-place showings in boys basketball and girls swimming. Liberty North has 35, Platte County 43, Winnetonka 47, Raytown South 58 and Grandview 62.