Northeast Johnson County morning roundup

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Lancer 10U baseball team wins division title. The Lancer 10U baseball team, made up of students at Prairie Elementary, Highlands Elementary and Kansas City Christian, took their summer league division title on Monday. The team is coached by John Moore.

Lancer Lacrosse players looking for equipment donations for mission trip. Lancer Lacrosse players Andy Swanson and Baker Stradinger are leaving on a mission trip to Jamaica later this summer where they will be teaching local kids the sport. The Swansons are asking anyone in the northeast Johnson County community with gently used equipment they no longer use for donations to take with them to Jamaica. Contact Baker (bstradinger3@gmail.com or 913-909-2265) or Andy (andyswanson12@yahoo.com or 913-940-4730) to arrange for them to pick up donations.

Bollier gets a third in Pan Am preliminary heat.  Bobby Bollier of Mission Hills came back from a bout of pneumonia to take a third place in his preliminary Pan Am Games in Toronto. Bollier was not able to place in the finals. A 2012 graduate of Stanford, Bollier said he was proud to be able to represent his country at the games and hopes to keep pursuing a chance at an Olympic berth. [Bobby Bollier of Mission Hills takes eighth in  butterfly at Pan Am Games – Kansas City Star]

Non-profits can reserve tent at Mission Market. Area non-profits are invited to reserve the community tent for a week at the Mission Farm and Flower Market. The groups can promote their organizations during the Saturday market hours that will run until the end of September.

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