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  • SPORTS

    Tigers have their way with Belton

    Lee’s Summit struggled through and up-and-down season heading into the rain-delayed first round of the Class 5 District 13 baseball tournament. Take away a midseason five-game losing streak, and Tigers probably would have begun postseason play with a winning record.

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    Titans hang on to top Ray-Pec

    Lee’s Summit West didn’t appear headed for a nail-biter at first. The Titans were having their way with Raymore-Peculiar early on in their Class 5 District 13 matchup May 19, just as they did the previous two times they played the Panthers this season.

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    SCA wins girls soccer district title

    Summit Christian Academy advanced to the Class 1 girls soccer quarterfinals with an 8-1 victory over St. Paul’s Lutheran of Concordia May 20 in the Class 1 District 7 final at Van Horn High School.

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    Tigers, Broncos fall in tennis sectional

    District qualifiers from Lee’s Summit and Lee’s Summit North saw their seasons end in the Class 2 sectional tennis tournament May 19 at Belton.

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    Broncos start slow, win big

    Maybe it was because they were playing a team they routed a couple of weeks ago. Or perhaps it was just a case of start-of-the-postseason jitters.

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    West girls finish first in district meet

    Lee’s Summit West didn’t head to Raymore-Peculiar’s Panther Stadium intent on winning a girls track district team title May 16. The main goal, after all, was to qualify as many as possible for this weekend’s sectional meet.

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    Eagles qualify for state track meet

    Carlie Queen will get to pursue another state high jump title after placing first in the event at the Class 2 Sectional 4 track meet May 16 in Albany.

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    Broncos’ baseball season comes to a frustrating end

    Andrew Kleiboeker slammed his bat down in frustration and disgust as he headed for first base. The Lee’s Summit North outfielder had just lofted a fly ball to Raytown South’s first baseman, and another scoring opportunity appeared to be heading down the drain.

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    Tigers take tennis district

    The smallest and wiriest kid on the Lee’s Summit High School tennis courts May 13? That would be the Tigers’ Ethan Henry, who looks every bit the freshman that he is.

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    Tigers claim girls soccer league title

    The dogpile started as soon as the final horn sounded on Lee’s Summit’s 1-0 victory over Lee’s Summit West on May 12. The Tigers had just clinched the Suburban Gold Conference championship, and it had been seven years since the school last won a girls soccer league crown.

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