Fellowship Christian prepares for another state ti...
by Greg Oshust
09:26 AM, Thursday, April 17
The Fellowship Christian girls’ soccer team has fallen just short of a state championship the last two years with runner-up finishes in Class A in both 2012 and ’13. The Paladins appear poised for another serious run at a state title this year wit...

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