Lee’s Summit West senior volleyball player Baylie Andersen (left) stands with her grandfather, Allen Reynolds, and Jane Whitshire during a ceremony honoring cancer survivors, fighters and victims during the Dig for the Cure on Monday, Oct. 9, 2017, at West. Andersen lost her mother, Alicia, to cancer last December.
Lee’s Summit West senior volleyball player Baylie Andersen (left) stands with her grandfather, Allen Reynolds, and Jane Whitshire during a ceremony honoring cancer survivors, fighters and victims during the Dig for the Cure on Monday, Oct. 9, 2017, at West. Andersen lost her mother, Alicia, to cancer last December. Fred Poese Special to the Journal
Lee’s Summit West senior volleyball player Baylie Andersen (left) stands with her grandfather, Allen Reynolds, and Jane Whitshire during a ceremony honoring cancer survivors, fighters and victims during the Dig for the Cure on Monday, Oct. 9, 2017, at West. Andersen lost her mother, Alicia, to cancer last December. Fred Poese Special to the Journal

Dig for the Cure takes on new meaning for Titans’ Baylie Andersen after mother’s death

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