Liberty North Eagles Dominate Oak Park Northmen with a 38-7 Victory

In an electrifying boys varsity football playoff game on November 17, 2023, the Liberty North High School Eagles soared to victory against the Oak Park High School Northmen with a commanding score of 38 to 7.

From the kickoff, the Liberty North Eagles demonstrated their dominance on the field, securing an impressive lead with five touchdowns in the first half of the game. The Oak Park Northmen, in contrast, struggled to break through Liberty North's solid defense, managing only one touchdown in the third quarter.

The Liberty North offense showcased exceptional teamwork and strategic plays, leaving the Oak Park defense unable to contain their momentum. The first-half onslaught set the tone for the remainder of the game, as the Eagles maintained their strong performance on both ends of the field. Liberty North's win was their 11th straight at home dating back to last season, which pushed their record up to 10-1. That said, the team wasn't facing the toughest opposition over that stretch, as it included 1-9 Blue Springs South and 3-8 Lee's Summit West (their opponents had an average overall winning percentage of 42.9% over those games).

The atmosphere was charged with excitement as Liberty North fans cheered on their team throughout the game. The support undoubtedly fueled the Eagles' determination to secure a resounding victory.

With this win, Liberty North High School advances to the semi-finals, where they are set to face Rockhurst High on November 24. The upcoming match against Rockhurst High will be a crucial test for the Eagles as they strive to secure a spot in the State Championship, scheduled for December 3rd.

The Liberty community is buzzing with anticipation as they eagerly await the outcome of the semi-final clash, hoping their team can carry the momentum to the State Championship and potentially clinch the title.

As the Boys Varsity Football season reaches its pinnacle, Liberty North High School and its supporters are gearing up for an intense battle against Rockhurst High with their sights set on the ultimate prize – the State Championship.

Correction: this article originally said the game was played at William Jewel College. That was incorrect. It was played at Liberty North High School.