Awkward High Fives win title

Spring volleyball league ends.

A winning volleyball team
Leah Freeman, left, front, Paige Rivers, Kayla Huether, Kyle Vogt, back, left, Conner Leagjeld and Mike Hoge made up the Awkward High Fives which won the Brainerd Family YMCA spring volleyball title. Contributed photo
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The Awkward High Fives won the spring volleyball league title at the Brainerd Family YMCA.
The team consisted of Leah Freeman, Paige Rivers, Kayla Huether, Kyle Vogt, Conner Leagjeld and Mike Hoge.

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