Northeast Johnson County morning roundup

SMN_Cross-CountryTiny Kansas City Christian upsets second-ranked 6A Blue Valley West. Kansas City Christian’s boys soccer team notched a marquis victory Monday night with a come-from-behind victory against the second-ranked team in the state. KCC entered the game against Blue Valley West ranked fifth among Kansas 4-1A teams, and it looked like they would walk away with an unsurprising loss after Blue Valley West got out to a 2-0 lead. But KCC fought back, benefitting from a poorly kicked ball by a Blue Valley West player that resulted in a goal for KCC, and then two more scores from Joseph High and Arthur Beck for a 3-2 victory. The win put KCC at 5-2-1 on the season. The play at Lansing today.

Prairie Village Police participating in DEA drug take back event. Prairie Village Police this Saturday will be taking part in a drug take back event sponsored by the Drug Enforcement Agency. From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., area resident can bring unused prescription drugs to the circle drive outside the police department.

SM North girls XC team takes Bonner Spring invitational. SM North’s girls cross-country team looked to be short-handed headed into Saturday’s Bonner Springs Invitational with one of their top runners, Sada Kernodle, sidelined. But the Indians put in a remarkable team performance and took the 4K division title, beating out 11 other schools. Samantha Taylor and Molly Ryan helped the Indians’ cause by finishing third and fourth overall in the individual standings, with teammate Emily Stava finishing seventh. Bishop Miege finished fifth overall in the girls standings at the meet. SM North’s boys team took second place in the boys 5K division with senior Joe Roubinek taking sixth overall, and Forest Kinsey finishing ninth.