The Blue Springs South football went to the other side of the state as a No. 7 seed for the second straight year.
The Jaguars came home a winner for the second straight year, routing host Wentzville Holt 42-13 to advance in the Class 6 District 2 playoffs.
The Jaguars advance to face Troy Buchanan, which it defeated last year, in next week’s district semifinal.
Senior quarterback Max Conard and senior running back Nahshon Rick led the way for the Jaguars, and the defense forced four turnovers as the Jaguars improved to 3-7.
Conard completed 13 of 21 passes for 191 yards, two touchdowns and an interception, and he also ran for 112 yards and a touchdown on six carries. Rick rushed for 117 yards on 16 carries.
Essex Cortes caught six passes for 81 yards and a touchdown and Jayden Steele had two catches for 31 yards and a score.
Receiver Isaiah Frost also took a lateral from Conard and connected with Luke Fellers for a 43-yard touchdown pass.
The defense intercepted three passes and recovered a fumble.
South will travel across the state to play at Troy Buchanan, a 14-6 winner over Columbia Hickman.
RAYMORE-PECULIAR 21, LEE’S SUMMIT NORTH 14: Lee’s Summit North was unable to overcome a pair of early interceptions and saw its season come to an end with a Class 6 District 4 loss Friday.
A short interception return for a touchdown put Ray-Pec ahead at the 11:07 mark of the first quarter.
Another interception of a Carlton Perkins pass led to a touchdown pass for Ray-Pec with 8:33 left in the first half.
The Broncos responded when Keyon Mozee returned the kickoff to midfield. A few plays later he broke off a 25-yard touchdown run to pull North within 14-7 with 5:22 left in the half.
Ray-Pec, though, took advantage of another short field after a punt and scored with 19 seconds left in the half for a 21-7 lead at the intermission.
The Broncos scored with 31 seconds left in the game when Myles Shaw hauled in a deflected pass from Perkins at the back of the end zone to cut the deficit to 21-14.
Ray-Pec (8-2), though, recovered an onside kick as the Broncos finished 5-5.
The Panthers advance to meet Park Hill, an 8-3 winner over Liberty.
BOONVILLE 47, OAK GROVE 26: Oak Grove appeared to be on the way to advancing in Class 3 District 7 play by building a 19-7 lead early in the second quarter.
Boonville, though, outscored the Panthers 40-7 the rest of the way to claim the win Friday.
Trailing 7-0, Clay Griffin had a long run to set up his own 16-yard touchdown run with 10:15 left in the first quarter.
Brenden Marsh gave the Panthers a 12-7 lead on its next possession, setting up another 16-yard touchdown run with a 41-yard run.
Griffin then scored on a 6-yard run with 10:14 left in the second quarter to put Oak Grove up 19-7.
But it was all Pirates after that as Oak Grove finished 4-6.
SOUTHERN BOONE 48, ST. MICHAEL 3: St. Michael the Archangel Catholic could only muster 79 total yards and saw its season come to an end at 3-7.
All the scoring came in the first half as St. Michael kicked a second-quarter field goal.
Tristan John led Southern Boone with 220 yards and two touchdowns on 12 carries as the Eagles compiled 397 total yards.
Keaton Egerton was 8-of-23 passing for 44 yards for St. Michael. Noland Boyer had 21 yards rushing and 22 receiving for the Guardians.