This game is on of the largest games in the Lee’s Summit area. I was postponed due to the bad weather and moved from Friday evening to Saturday afternoon. A large crowd of fans still came out to support their teams. This day was also dedicated to those who have served our country. With this being a military appreciation game, there were many members of the armed forces present at the event.


Mario Goodrich
Lee's Summit West


Evan Taylor

Lee's Summit North

Evan is a 2- year letterman on the varsity football team. He is involved In Young Aspiring Student Scientists as well as a member of the National Honor Society. He will be pursuing a mechanical engineering degree at either University of Missouri or University of Missouri Rolla- S&T.
Jake Carter

Lee's Summit West

Jake has played football for Lee’s summit West for 4 years. He also part of the school’s baseball team. Jake’s outstanding academics earned him a spot in the National Honors Society. He plans to study at the University of Arkansas and study engineering.


Cameron Harriston

Lee's Summit North

LSN earned their first varsity win over LSW last year and Cameron Hairston was a big reason why. Cameron had a huge game with 9 receptions for 139 yards and a touchdown reception in the 13-9 victory for the Broncos. Cameron was a finalist last season for the Otis Taylor Award given to the top receiver in the KC Metro Area. Cameron has started off this season strong with a 7 catch and 139 yard game and a touchdown reception against Park Hill. Cameron is a three sport participant as he is also a member of the varsity basketball team and the varsity track team.
Monte Harrison

Lee's Summit West

Monte played in 2 rivalry games his junior and senior years. His junior year he lead his team to a 56-7 win scoring 3 touchdowns. His senior year he captained the titans to a 35-3 win , scoring another pair of touchdowns while leading his team to a victory in the 2013 state little game. Monte was drafted in the 2nd round of the MLB draft by the Milwaukee Brewers. Monte recently just finished his 3rd year of professional baseball.


Both teams held up strong on both ends of the field. The MVP Mario Goodrich started out the scoring for the Saturday game with a touch down but Lee’s Summit North quickly returned with a score of their own. The teams went in at the half with a 7-7 score. Lee’s Summit West went on to score twice in the second half before North pulled out one more touchdown bringing the game score to a close at 21-13, Lee’s Summit West.