Northeast Johnson County morning roundup

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Sm East boys soccer opened the season with a win over
Oliver Bihuniak, center, and Cooper McCullough, right, in action against Topeka. Photo by Carrie Morantz.

Lancer soccer team starts out with win. The Lancer boys soccer team kicked off its season Tuesday with a 9-0 win against Topeka High in the first round of the KA-MO Classic Soccer Tournament. The scoring started early when senior Grayson Rapp crossed the ball to junior Tommy Nelson to beat the keeper. Senior Oliver Bihuniak quickly added two goals from outside shots. And the rout was on. SM East plays in the tournament semifinal at 5 p.m. today at the Blue Valley District Athletic Center,135th and Switzer, against Blue Valley High.  The championship and third-place games will be at 2 p.m. Saturday.  The Lancers won last year’s KA-MO tournament with a 2-0 victory against Blue Valley North.

Homes association taking address orders. The Indian Fields Home Owners Association  has arranged to have safety reflective curb addresses painted on residents’ curbs by LTs Reflective Technology. The cost is $49.95 plus tax. Anyone interested should contact Lucian Tandara at 913-248-5290 by Sept. 19. Billing is done by Tandara directly to the resident.

BRGR opening in Leawood. Bread & Butter Concepts plans to open a new location for its BRGR Kitchen + Bar concept at 5031 W. 135th Street sometime this month. While no officially opening date has been set, spokeswoman Jenna Smith said the company expects to open the space to the public in mid-September. The new restaurant will be in the space formerly occupied by Barley’s Brewhaus. BRGR currently has two locations, its original at Corinth Square in Prairie Village and another in the Power & Light District in downtown Kansas City. The menu features an array of high-end burgers as well as upscale sandwiches and salads for non-beef eaters. [BRGR Kitchen + Bar plans to open new Leawood location mid-month – Blue Valley Post]

School bistro open to public. The dining season begins on Sept. 14 at the Broadmoor Bistro, the Shawnee Mission School District restaurant run by culinary arts students at 6701 W. 83rd St. The restaurant is open to guests on Wednesdays, according to a release from the district, and holds special events with guest chefs throughout the school year. For more information, visit www.broadmoorbistro.org.

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