Preston junior center Brayden Parker led the Indians to their second straight state title.
Preston junior center Brayden Parker led the Indians to their second straight state title. Eli Lucero (Logan) Herald Journal
Preston junior center Brayden Parker led the Indians to their second straight state title. Eli Lucero (Logan) Herald Journal

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