Olathe East High School students and parents sold T-shirts bearing the football jersey number of James McGinnis before the start of Friday’s Olathe East- Shawnee Mission South football game at the College Boulevard Activity Center. McGinnis remains hospitalized after he collapsed on the field during a football game on Sept. 12. Proceeds from the T-shirt sales are for the James McGinnis Fund.
Olathe East High School students and parents sold T-shirts bearing the football jersey number of James McGinnis before the start of Friday’s Olathe East- Shawnee Mission South football game at the College Boulevard Activity Center. McGinnis remains hospitalized after he collapsed on the field during a football game on Sept. 12. Proceeds from the T-shirt sales are for the James McGinnis Fund. Shane Keyser The Kansas City Star
Olathe East High School students and parents sold T-shirts bearing the football jersey number of James McGinnis before the start of Friday’s Olathe East- Shawnee Mission South football game at the College Boulevard Activity Center. McGinnis remains hospitalized after he collapsed on the field during a football game on Sept. 12. Proceeds from the T-shirt sales are for the James McGinnis Fund. Shane Keyser The Kansas City Star

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