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Corner jam ahead of playoffs

Starr’s Mill player Sarah Yoss (R) works to dig out possession from the corner where Lady Chiefs Amy Brewer and Taylor Dowse played “keep away” in the waning minutes of McIntosh’s 2-0 victory at home April 19. Soccer playoffs are due to start this week as both teams are in the hunt for a potential state championship title. Photo/John Munford.

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John Mrosek's picture

Outstanding sports photo ! Right place at the right time. I would frame that one, Munford. It has the viewer on the edge of his seat.

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