Millbrook’s Brianna Morris (15) and Leesville Road’s Anne Cawley (13) go after the ball earlier this season. Even after the loss to Wakefield, Leesville still looked forward to its match with Millbrook for Cap-8 rights.
Millbrook’s Brianna Morris (15) and Leesville Road’s Anne Cawley (13) go after the ball earlier this season. Even after the loss to Wakefield, Leesville still looked forward to its match with Millbrook for Cap-8 rights. Liz Condo newsobserver.com
Millbrook’s Brianna Morris (15) and Leesville Road’s Anne Cawley (13) go after the ball earlier this season. Even after the loss to Wakefield, Leesville still looked forward to its match with Millbrook for Cap-8 rights. Liz Condo newsobserver.com

Leesville Road girls’ soccer still eyes conference title after loss to Wakefield

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