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    Fultz fine with low-key summer

    Matt Fultz stepped up to the plate in front of a smattering of fans scattered quietly around the bleachers to watch the Midwest Athletics play the Rossville Rattlers in a doubleheader at Belton High School. No real pressure. No high drama. Just another game in another summer baseball league.

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    Missouri stars shine brightest

    After slogging through a one-win season his senior year at Lee’s Summit North, Chase Overton had one overriding objective for his last opportunity to play high school football,

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    SCA’s Kates resigns AD post

    Jake Kates said it was just a matter of time. And finding time.

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    Broncos show progress in seven on seven event

    Even on a blazing hot Saturday in June, with the Friday night lights of fall still many weeks away, Lee’s Summit North football coach Jamar Mozee had something important he wanted to see from his team.

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    Local softball players to take on Team USA

    Three players from Lee’s Summit’s Class 4 state champion softball team will get a chance to take on some of the sport’s best this weekend.

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    Just like old times for Tigers

    With three teammates from two-time state champion Lee’s Summit mixed in with some of the top softball talent in Missouri, Emily Robinson knew she’d be part of a formidable team in the Mo-Kan All-Star Softball Series.

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    Clemons savors all-star opportunity

    Sterling Edwards already knew plenty about Brenner Clemons before he led his first practice as coach of the Missouri all-stars. He saw the Lee’s Summit West receiver’s versatility first-hand when his Winnetonka team played the Titans last season.

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    Young Outlaws showing signs of growing up

    In his 20-plus years of managing American Legion baseball teams, Mike Gailey says he has never had a team as green as this year’s Lee’s Summit Outlaws.

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    Tigers value state-tournament experience

    As Dave Wienbenga collected his gear and made his way out of the Blue Springs South stadium, somebody had to remind him that the his team’s fourth-place trophy was still sitting forlorn and forgotten on the field.

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    Titans’ grad Hall strikes out on his own

    Missouri State junior Matt Hall, who went to Lee’s Summit West, doesn’t feature overpowering stuff, but no pitcher in NCAA Division I has fanned more batters in 2015.

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