Morrill Lions golf team
     2011-03-31      By Dawn Bowen    editor@geringcitizen.com
Pictured is the Morrill Lions golf team, from left, Coach Cory Gilchriest, Kyle Nozicka, Dillon Hatfield, Trevor McKiney and Klay Allen. Not pictured is Joel Ramirez.

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