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Photos: Kingman High's Casson signs; Red Racers win
Kingman High senior Natalie Casson signs her letter of intent to play college volleyball at Le Moyne University, a NCAA Division II school in Syracuse N.Y. Joining Casson is KHS volleyball coach Traci Rosenbach and KHS Athletic Director John Venenga.RODNEY HAAS/Miner
Kingman High senior Natalie Casson signs her letter of intent to play college volleyball at Le Moyne University, a NCAA Division II school in Syracuse N.Y. Joining Casson is KHS volleyball coach Traci Rosenbach and KHS Athletic Director John Venenga.
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Members of the Kingman Red Racers are, from left: top row,  coach Bennett Bratley, Michael Goodgion,  Angel Larios, Evan Fulton, Olivia Tribbett, Westley Shafer, Beauen Bratley and coach Gabe Otero; bottom row, Cayden Knight, Cole Finch, Gabriel Otero, Andre Hosman-Pardue, Ryker Lauck. The Red Racers U10 competitive traveling soccer team won their second tournament of the year on April 7 with a 6-1 win over the Prescott Pride.Courtesy
Members of the Kingman Red Racers are, from left: top row, coach Bennett Bratley, Michael Goodgion, Angel Larios, Evan Fulton, Olivia Tribbett, Westley Shafer, Beauen Bratley and coach Gabe Otero; bottom row, Cayden Knight, Cole Finch, Gabriel Otero, Andre Hosman-Pardue, Ryker Lauck. The Red Racers U10 competitive traveling soccer team won their second tournament of the year on April 7 with a 6-1 win over the Prescott Pride.
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Posted: Monday, April 29, 2013
Article comment by: Salina Fogg

Nat, you are going to do amazing thing out there!! So proud of you!!!



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