Pine Creek's Reece Hummel is lone area scorer in All-State soccer games

Sports Wed, Jul 8, 2015 - 11:07 PM 0

LAKEWOOD - There's no denying that Pine Creek's Reece Hummel has a high tolerance for pain. She proved as much when she grinded through the Class 5A postseason with what turned out to be a broken bone in her right ankle....

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