Lee’s Summit West and Park Hill South coasted to Suburban Conference all-sports titles. The Big Six and Small Six weren’t decided until the final spring sport.

Lee’s Summit West and Park Hill South coasted to Suburban Conference all-sports titles. The Big Six and Small Six weren’t decided until the final spring sport.

Lee’s Summit North – based on one point for a first-place finish, two for second and so on – totaled 46 in claiming the Big Six title.

Blue Springs was a close second with 49.5. Liberty had 52.5, Blue Springs South 61.5, Lee’s Summit 91 and Raymore-Peculiar 99.5.

North finished first in six sports and second in six more.

West claimed 13 conference titles and four seconds to total 28.5 in the Middle Six. Park Hill had 46, St. Joseph Central 62.5, Truman 71, North Kansas City 87.5 And Ruskin 106.5.

Twelve conference titles enabled Park Hill South to coast to the Middle Seven championship with 36 points. Fort Osage had 66.5, Winnetonka 76, Belton 78, Raytown South 86.5, Raytown 87.5. and William Chrisman 96.

Staley edged Kearney for the Small Six championship with 42 points. Kearney had 45.5, Liberty North 67.5, Platte County 70 and Grandview 97.5. Staley claimed eight conference titles and Kearney six.

The Big Six remains the same for the next two years. Park Hill South replaces NKC in the Middle Six. NKC and Staley replace Raytown South and Park Hill South in the Middle Seven, and Winnetonka and Raytown South replace Oak Park and Staley in the Small Six.