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Kenna McNally

Kenna McNally, Co-Editor in Chief of The Red and Black

This is my third year on journalism staff and I am kind of a jack of all trades, but I especially love photography and reporting! Outside of journalism, I do choir, Scholars' Bowl, ballet at the Lawrence Arts Center, Vice-Chair of Kansas High School Democrats, and recently the founder of Lawrence Progressives!

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The fabulous five, sophomores Lucy Hardy, Serenity Keo, Amaya Marshall, Hailey Ramirez, and junior Layla Harjo discuss during a break in the play.

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February 21, 2021
Following through, junior Layla Harjo completes a three-pointer.

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February 21, 2021
Players on the sideline get hype after the Lions' score against Free State.

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February 21, 2021
Preparing for the free throw, sophomore Amaya Marshall gets ready to secure another point for the Lions.

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February 21, 2021
Getting pumped, sophomore Morganna Haaga cheers on her teammates from the sideline.

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February 21, 2021
Pushing down the court, junior Layla Harjo dribbles towards the basket.

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February 21, 2021
Sophomore Serenity Keo brings the ball down the court to score against Free State.

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February 21, 2021
On the defense, sophomore Lucy Hardy protects against Free State number 15.

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February 21, 2021
In the air, sophomore Hailey Ramirez swats the ball away from Free State player #0.

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February 21, 2021
Arms up, junior Layla Harjo tries to protect the basket from another Free State score.

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February 21, 2021
Poised, Junior Layla Harjo holds the ball above her head.

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January 11, 2021
New to the field, sophomore Sam Sedo avoids being tackled and carries the ball twenty yards.

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October 30, 2020
Out of grasp, senior Tre'Sean Jackson escapes a tackle attempt made by Free State.

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October 30, 2020
Holding back the competition, senior Preston Greenwood lifts the competition in order to protect the comfortable lead that Lawrence High held.

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October 30, 2020
Two-man team, senior Jack Stoll and junior Jackson Wood take down Free State's ball carrier during the third quarter.

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October 30, 2020
With full force, junior Noah Smith holds back a Free State player so his teammates can complete a pass.

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October 30, 2020
Unbreakable line, senior Connor Gellender rushes the ball for the kickoff with the power of the defensive line behind him.

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October 30, 2020
Going for the pass, senior quarterback Jackson Dooley prepares a throw for senior Devin Neal during the Free State/LHS game on October 23.

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October 30, 2020
Towards to end zone, senior running back Devin Neal prepares to make a touchdown with no interference from Free State’s defense. Neal ended up with over 300 rushing yards throughout the game.

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October 30, 2020
In motion, senior wide receiver Ben King sprints toward Free State’s defensive line during the first quarter of the infamous City Showdown.

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October 30, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
Seniors streamed through the LHS parking lot on Wednesday night to cheers from teachers and staff as they marked the end of a school year cut short by the coronavirus pandemic. The Celebrate the Date event took place on what was originally scheduled as the date of graduation. Graduation has been moved to July.

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May 21, 2020
Seniors streamed through the LHS parking lot on Wednesday night to cheers from teachers and staff as they marked the end of a school year cut short by the coronavirus pandemic. The Celebrate the Date event took place on what was originally scheduled as the date of graduation. Graduation has been moved to July.

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May 21, 2020
Seniors streamed through the LHS parking lot on Wednesday night to cheers from teachers and staff as they marked the end of a school year cut short by the coronavirus pandemic. The Celebrate the Date event took place on what was originally scheduled as the date of graduation. Graduation has been moved to July.

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May 21, 2020
Seniors streamed through the LHS parking lot on Wednesday night to cheers from teachers and staff as they marked the end of a school year cut short by the coronavirus pandemic. The Celebrate the Date event took place on what was originally scheduled as the date of graduation. Graduation has been moved to July.

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May 21, 2020
Seniors streamed through the LHS parking lot on Wednesday night to cheers from teachers and staff as they marked the end of a school year cut short by the coronavirus pandemic. The Celebrate the Date event took place on what was originally scheduled as the date of graduation. Graduation has been moved to July.

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May 21, 2020
Seniors streamed through the LHS parking lot on Wednesday night to cheers from teachers and staff as they marked the end of a school year cut short by the coronavirus pandemic. The Celebrate the Date event took place on what was originally scheduled as the date of graduation. Graduation has been moved to July.

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May 21, 2020
Seniors streamed through the LHS parking lot on Wednesday night to cheers from teachers and staff as they marked the end of a school year cut short by the coronavirus pandemic. The Celebrate the Date event took place on what was originally scheduled as the date of graduation. Graduation has been moved to July.

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May 21, 2020
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