Addie Mathis (center) and Madison Hulsey (right) of Lee’s Summit West try to keep pace with Raymore-Peculiar’s Makenzie Stucker during the girls race in the Class 4 District 6 cross country meet Saturday at Raymore-Peculiar. Hulsey took fourth and Mathis was fifth for the Titans, who finished second behind Ray-Pec.
Addie Mathis (center) and Madison Hulsey (right) of Lee’s Summit West try to keep pace with Raymore-Peculiar’s Makenzie Stucker during the girls race in the Class 4 District 6 cross country meet Saturday at Raymore-Peculiar. Hulsey took fourth and Mathis was fifth for the Titans, who finished second behind Ray-Pec. Dave McQueen dmcqueen@kcstar.com
Addie Mathis (center) and Madison Hulsey (right) of Lee’s Summit West try to keep pace with Raymore-Peculiar’s Makenzie Stucker during the girls race in the Class 4 District 6 cross country meet Saturday at Raymore-Peculiar. Hulsey took fourth and Mathis was fifth for the Titans, who finished second behind Ray-Pec. Dave McQueen dmcqueen@kcstar.com

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