Kearney quarterback Anthony Pritzel (2) gained yardage on Friday during the first half of the high school football game against Fort Osage at Fort Osage High School in Independence.
Kearney quarterback Anthony Pritzel (2) gained yardage on Friday during the first half of the high school football game against Fort Osage at Fort Osage High School in Independence. Allison Long along@kcstar.com
Kearney quarterback Anthony Pritzel (2) gained yardage on Friday during the first half of the high school football game against Fort Osage at Fort Osage High School in Independence. Allison Long along@kcstar.com

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