Lee’s Summit quarterback Preston Whitworth, who has rushed for 992 yards and eight touchdowns this season, and the Tigers expect a tough test at Joplin, which has won eight straight games, during the first round of the Class 6, District 4 playoffs on Friday night.
Lee’s Summit quarterback Preston Whitworth, who has rushed for 992 yards and eight touchdowns this season, and the Tigers expect a tough test at Joplin, which has won eight straight games, during the first round of the Class 6, District 4 playoffs on Friday night. Fred Poese Special to the Journal
Lee’s Summit quarterback Preston Whitworth, who has rushed for 992 yards and eight touchdowns this season, and the Tigers expect a tough test at Joplin, which has won eight straight games, during the first round of the Class 6, District 4 playoffs on Friday night. Fred Poese Special to the Journal

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