Maddie Hulsey of Lee’s Summit West make her way down the course during the girls varsity race in the Raymore-Peculiar Invitational cross country meet Saturday. Hulsey’s fifth-place finish led the Titans, who won the Large Schools Division team championship.
Maddie Hulsey of Lee’s Summit West make her way down the course during the girls varsity race in the Raymore-Peculiar Invitational cross country meet Saturday. Hulsey’s fifth-place finish led the Titans, who won the Large Schools Division team championship. Dave McQueen dmcqueen@lsjournal.com
Maddie Hulsey of Lee’s Summit West make her way down the course during the girls varsity race in the Raymore-Peculiar Invitational cross country meet Saturday. Hulsey’s fifth-place finish led the Titans, who won the Large Schools Division team championship. Dave McQueen dmcqueen@lsjournal.com

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