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They did it again Jamie Langenbrunner Jersey. For the second straight year, the Blue Springs South Jaguars upset Lee's Summit West, this time by the score of 28-14.In effortlessly their greatest test of the season hence far, the Titans struck initial on a 40-yard touchdown pass from Luke Knott to Shaq Harrison. But the Jaguars reeled off the subsequent 21 points, taking a decisive lead on two touchdown throws by Connor Harris and a Steve Sullivan 22-yard score. Sullivan completed the evening with 194 rushing yards and two TDs. With the win, the Jaguars re-enter the rankings at No. ten and have a great likelihood of moving up. Their only reduction on a brutal routine is a 16-3 defeat at the hands of No. one Rockhurst.As for the Titans, there is a silver lining. They played without All-State offensive lineman Evan Boehm (concussion), and remember what occurred the last time the Titans lost to the Jags: a Class 5 championship Andy Greene Jersey. But it is risk-free to say the Titans, who rolled to straightforward wins in 3 contests towards teams with a single combined win, will consider this as a wake-up contact.One crew that doesn't want waking up is Kirkwood. Point significantly of the credit to Mike McHugh, who earned ESPNHS Southwest Region Player of the Week honors with 214 obtaining yards and 3 touchdowns. The senior wideout and Northwestern commit also returned an interception 98 yards for a score in the Pioneers' 47- win against Hazelwood Central.Here's how the state rankings shake out this week:<strong>one. Rockhurst (Kansas City) 4- (1)</strong>Hawklets preserve on rolling, beating Liberty 34-14. Best OL Christian Eatherly has missed the last couple of weeks and tailback Jordan Walker missed a lot of last week's win following banging up his leg But the two are anticipated in uniform when the nation's No. 38 squad takes on Rock Bridge this week.<strong>2. CBC (St. Louis) 4- (3)</strong>Cadets place collectively a full effort in 34-seven win towards SLUH. QB Dalton Demos threw for 224 yards and two scores, Antonio Brown rushed for 105 scores and two more touchdowns and Marcus Wheat racked up 112 getting yards and a TD. Subsequent up: Howell.<strong>three. Staley (Kansas City North) 4- (4)</strong>Falcons rolled past Liberty North, 42-six, behind Morgan Steward's 4 touchdowns. A battle towards Kearney is following on the schedule here for the total POWERADE Missouri weekly rankings.


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