Derby’s Brody Kooser leaps for a first down past Blue Valley North safety DreSchaun McCallop during the Class 6A championship game in November. Kooser was chosen the West team for the Shrine Bowl.
Derby’s Brody Kooser leaps for a first down past Blue Valley North safety DreSchaun McCallop during the Class 6A championship game in November. Kooser was chosen the West team for the Shrine Bowl. John Sleezer jsleezer@kcstar.com
Derby’s Brody Kooser leaps for a first down past Blue Valley North safety DreSchaun McCallop during the Class 6A championship game in November. Kooser was chosen the West team for the Shrine Bowl. John Sleezer jsleezer@kcstar.com

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