Noah Jenkins (left) and his Lee’s Summit West boys soccer team battled Keenan Johnson and Lee’s Summit twice during the regular season, but the two teams may only see each other once next season after the Tigers were moved from the Suburban Conference’s Gold Division to the Red Division for schools with smaller enrollment.
Noah Jenkins (left) and his Lee’s Summit West boys soccer team battled Keenan Johnson and Lee’s Summit twice during the regular season, but the two teams may only see each other once next season after the Tigers were moved from the Suburban Conference’s Gold Division to the Red Division for schools with smaller enrollment. Fred Poese Special to the Journal
Noah Jenkins (left) and his Lee’s Summit West boys soccer team battled Keenan Johnson and Lee’s Summit twice during the regular season, but the two teams may only see each other once next season after the Tigers were moved from the Suburban Conference’s Gold Division to the Red Division for schools with smaller enrollment. Fred Poese Special to the Journal

Suburban Conference realignment: What’s it mean for Lee’s Summit?

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