A solid winter season enables Blue Springs to retain the Suburban Big Six all-sports lead.

A solid winter season enables Blue Springs to retain the Suburban Big Six all-sports lead.

The Wildcats claimed titles in girls swimming, basketball and wrestling that offset a sixth-place finish in boys basketball  for a total of 35 points heading into the spring sports season.

A first-place finish receives one point, two for second and so on.

Lee’s Summit North is second with 42 points. Blue Springs South and Liberty each have 45, Lee’s Summit 48 and Raymore-Peculiar 58.

Lee’s Summit West, Park Hill South and Kearney also retain the Middle Six, Middle Seven and Small Six leads, respectively.

West was first in girls swimming and tied for first in girls basketball to retain the Middle Six lead with 22.5 points. Park Hill has 32.5, St. Joseph Central 42, Truman 50, North Kansas City 55.5 and Ruskin 70.5.

Park Hill South leads the Middle Seven with  76.5 points. Thanks to first in girls swimming and wrestling and a first in boys basketball, the Panthers padded their Middle Seven lead with 17.5 points.

Belton is a distant second with 47.5 followed by Fort Osage’s 56, Winnetonka’s 57, Raytown’s 57.5 and William Chrisman’s 68.5.

Kearney was first in wrestling, second in girls swimming and third in boys and girls basketball to retain the Small Six lead with 22 points.

Staley has 33, Platte County 41.5, Oak Park 44, Liberty North 61.5 and Grandview 71.