Lafayette County won the Class 2 District Championship by defeating Holden 28-12 on Monday night. Lawson won over Bishop LeBlond 13-7. Lafayette County and Lawson will play Saturday at 1:30 p.m. at Higginsville. That game will be broadcast on KRLI 103.9.
Crest Ridge 32
Penney High-Hamilton 40
East Buchanan 34
West Platte 55
South Shelby 7
Ash Grove 0
Oak Grove 42
Hogan Prep 0
Pleasant Hill 16
Liberty North 35
St. Joseph Lafayette 0
Lee’s Summit West 47
Fort Osage 42
>>Dolphins fall to the Previously Winless Buccaneers
Already dealing with the drama surrounding Jonathan Martin and Richie Incognito, the Miami Dolphins now have to deal with a 22-19 loss to the previously winless Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Martin, who has accused Incognito of bullying him, left the team prior to its Week 9 win over Cincinnati. Incognito was suspended by the Dolphins last Monday. Meanwhile, the Buccaneers have had their share of issues this season. The victory is Tampa Bay’s first of the year, moving the Bucs to 1-and-8.
>>Chiefs Will Face Manning On Sunday
Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning is expected to play in Sunday’s AFC West showdown against Kansas City despite a sprained ankle. Manning took several rough hits during this past Sunday’s game against San Diego and came up limping after a fourt-quarter completion that helped seal Denver’s 28-20 victory. According to reports, an MRI exam yesterday revealed an aggravation of a high right ankle sprain that Manning had sustained earlier this season, but showed no new damage to the ankle. KC is coming off a bye week following a 9-and-0 start to the season. The Broncos are just a game back at 8-and-1. These teams also meet in KC on December 1st.
>>Kansas Plays Duke In Chicago Tonight
(Chicago, IL) — The Kansas Jayhawks are part of a marquee doubleheader in Chicago tonight. The sixth-ranked Jayhawks take on fourth-ranked Duke in the State Farm Champions Classic at the United Center. Number-two Michigan State goes up against top-ranked Kentucky in the other matchup.
>>Mizzou At Home Tonight, K-State Tomorrow
(Undated) — Mizzou is on its home floor tonight, while K-State plays a home game tomorrow. The Tigers take on Southern Illinois at Mizzou Arena at 8 p.m. Mizzou opened with an 89-53 romp of Southeastern Louisiana on Friday. The 0-and-1 Wildcats host Oral Roberts tomorrow night at 7 p.m.