Lee’s Summit West softball players wait for teammate Maddie Harris to touch the plate after hitting a home run during the seventh ininng Wednesday, Oct. 11, 2017, against Lee’s Summit North. Harris’ homer accounted for the only run in the Titans’ 1-0 victory during a Class 4 softball sectional at West.
Lee’s Summit West softball players wait for teammate Maddie Harris to touch the plate after hitting a home run during the seventh ininng Wednesday, Oct. 11, 2017, against Lee’s Summit North. Harris’ homer accounted for the only run in the Titans’ 1-0 victory during a Class 4 softball sectional at West. Photo provided
Lee’s Summit West softball players wait for teammate Maddie Harris to touch the plate after hitting a home run during the seventh ininng Wednesday, Oct. 11, 2017, against Lee’s Summit North. Harris’ homer accounted for the only run in the Titans’ 1-0 victory during a Class 4 softball sectional at West. Photo provided

With one swing, Titans softball reaches quarterfinals

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