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McIntosh girls bring home 2nd consecutive state soccer title

After McIntosh’s Amanda Bartholomew connected for the winning penalty kick against Whitewater in the AAAA state soccer championship, her teammates ran towards her to celebrate their second consecutive state title and eighth overall. McIntosh won 2-1 (5-4 PK).

For more on the game, visit www.thecitizensports.com or pick up a copy of the final Citizen Sports Weekly until the fall sports season begins in August.

The Citizen Sports Weekly is a 24-page, full color tabloid that comes out every Thursday and is delivered to area businesses, including Kroger and Chick-fil-A, as well as Citizen newspaper boxes.

Other stories in the final issue will include McIntosh’s girls lacrosse team losing in the state championship, Whitewater baseball playing in the AAAA state semifinals, the annual Cross Country Challenge and much more. Photo/John Munford.

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