Lee’s Summit picked up where it left off last week — and that wasn’t a good thing.
One week after losing to Lee’s Summit North in a mistake-filled game, the visiting Tigers committed more costly miscues Friday during a 49-21 loss against Blue Springs South in Suburban Gold Conference play.
Last week, a bad snap on a punt set up Lee’s Summit North’s game-winning score.
Against Blue Springs, Lee’s Summit (2-5, 0-4 Suburban Gold) botched two punt snaps that set up Jaguars touchdowns as did a first-quarter fumble, while an anemic kicking game gave Blue Springs South (3-4, 2-2 Suburban Gold) good field position for most of the game.
“We’re not good enough to spot people the amount of points we’ve been spotting them,” Lee’s Summit coach Eric Thomas said. “I think we gave them 28 to 35 points. I would like to see what the game is like if we don’t do that and we muster some things offensively.”
It didn’t take long for things to go from bad to worse for Lee’s Summit.
After Evan Sanders’ interception in the end zone halted a 10-play game-opening drive by Blue Springs South and he returned the pick near midfield, Lee’s Summit appeared to be in business.
Instead, the Tigers ran only two plays before Bruce Andrews fumbled. Michael Muehlberger…