Blue Springs South junior Alaina Werremeyer continues to prove she's one of the premier goalkeepers in the state.

She notched a shutout in a 1-0 road win over Suburban Big Six Conference foe Lee’s Summit West.

Brie Severns scored the only goal in the 18th minute on a penalty kick for the Jaguars (8-2, 3-1 Big Six). She converted after Khaliana Garrett was fouled in the penalty box on an attacking run.

“The girls played a newer system perfectly, defended well, and got some nice saves from Alaina," South coach Todd Findley said. “After a difficult overtime game Tuesday, the girls continued to battle and earned a huge victory. West forces you to play a little different, if you don’t, you take the chance of getting run over. I’m proud of the team and to be around a good, hard-working group of girls.”

WILLIAM CHRISMAN 4, RAYTOWN 1: The Bears got goals from four different players as they rolled to a victory over the Blue Jays Thursday in Suburban Middle Seven Conference action.

Celeste Cummins, Allison Cook, Tierra Lopez and Emma Gervy each had one goal. Hunter Taylor, Katie Laughlin and Elizabeth Eppert each had an assist for Chrisman (6-1, 3-1).

FORT OSAGE 10, KANSAS CITY EAST 0: Aliyah Ayala continued her offensive onslaught this season, scoring five goals to lift the Indians into the championship of the Belton Tournament.

Ayala, who now has 35 goals in 11 games, got some help with two goals by Madison Beckmann as the Indians advanced to Friday’s 7 p.m. championship against St. Michael the Archangel Catholic, which defeated Grandview 14-0 Thursday.

Megan Lyon, Elayna Lamb and Ishbel Wilson each added a goal for Fort Osage (10-1).

KEARNEY 1, GRAIN VALLEY 0: The Eagles had four shots on goal, but couldn’t get any of them to go in during a Suburban Small Seven Conference home loss to the Bulldogs Thursday.

Kearney got its lone goal from Saige Williams in the 36th minute.

“I thought we played extremely well against one of the top Class 3 teams in the state,” said Grain Valley coach Tyler Nichol, whose team fell to 6-4 overall and 4-1 in the conference. “Our defense did a great job shutting down one of the premier forwards in the area. We had our chances, especially in the second half. We hope to get a couple more cracks at them later in the season.”

LEE’S SUMMIT NORTH 8, RAYMORE-PECULIAR 1: Kaylie Rock had one of the best games of her high school career Thursday against the Panthers.

She had a hat trick and added three assists to lead the Broncos to a Suburban Big Six victory.

Mikayla Lampe also had a hat trick; Jayme Coon had a goal and an assist; Paige Woolf added a goal; and Joanie Westcoat, Halle Hill and Madelyn Robinson each had an assist.