Sept. 19, 2019

By Fred Liggett

Columbia Rock Bridge at LS West (Friday Night Lights Tour Stop)
The Titans take on a team from Mid Mo who have a pair of highly rated D-I recruits… but The Titans home field advantage will be enough for them to earn a win in front of their fans.
Lee’s Summit at Blue Springs
I don’t think Blue Springs wants to see anyone from Lee’s Summit right now. The Tigers will play well against an angry group of Wildcats but not well enough in the end for a win. Tigers drop this one.
Lee’s Summit North at Park Hill (Pub Pick of the week)
The Broncos showed last week they are on a roll. LS North did not enjoy their first journey this season up north but they will like this trip as they return home with a hard earned victory.
Lone Jack at St. Michael (Game at LS North)
After three long weeks to start the season the Guardians finally come home to play a game, this one against the Mules. Both teams enter at 0-3 and looking to get well. St. Michael will score some points but not enough for a win in this one.
Summit Christian at Lafayette County
SCA has shutout their first three opponents this season. The streak of shutouts will end on this road trip for the Eagles but not the team’s winning streak as they come back home with a big win.
Raytown at William Chrisman
The Bears of William Chrisman played Blue Springs tough in week 1 and will give Raytown fits but in the end the Joe Campbell led Blue Jays score a road win here.
Raytown South at Smithville
The Cardinals are a disappointed flock right now after losing last week to their rival Raytown. This road trip is not recommended for a cure as the Warriors from Smithville are a tough bunch and will get the victory.
Blue Springs South at Rockhurst
The Jaguars played LS West tough a week ago but now journey to South KC to tangle with the Hawklets. The Jags may keep it close for a while but will return home with another loss.
Central Missouri at Mo. Western (MIAA Game of the week)
A great match up here and worthy of the Prime time kickoff of the game at 7pm. The Mules hit the road in a 3 way tie at the top of the conference at 2-0. The Griffons are just a game back at 1-1. A big night of offense is expected here and the Mules will end up with the most points.
Baltimore Ravens at KC Chiefs (Celebrity Forecaster, Fox 4 TV’s Nick Vasos)
The Biggest NFL game this weekend is being played in KC. Both teams are 2-0, both starting QB’s lead the NFL with 7 Touchdown Passes. Going to be a close game with the Chiefs beating the Ravens 27-23.

This Football Forecast is sponsored by Llywelyn’s Pub at 301  SE Douglas St. in Downtown Lee’s Summit.