Members of the Lee’s Summit West defensive line worked on its speed and footwork during football practice earlier this month. Lee’s Summit West, the defending Class 5 state champion, will move up to Class 6 this season.
Members of the Lee’s Summit West defensive line worked on its speed and footwork during football practice earlier this month. Lee’s Summit West, the defending Class 5 state champion, will move up to Class 6 this season. SHANE KEYSER The Kansas City Star
Members of the Lee’s Summit West defensive line worked on its speed and footwork during football practice earlier this month. Lee’s Summit West, the defending Class 5 state champion, will move up to Class 6 this season. SHANE KEYSER The Kansas City Star

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