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40th Annual Kansas Shrine Bowl

Great Bend High School’s Hunter Harrison is expected to play outside linebacker for the West squad in Saturday night’s Shrine Bowl

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The Shrine Bowl is almost here.
The 40th annual renewal of the prestigious high school all-star football game for graduated seniors from across the state is set for Saturday night.
Game time is set for 7 at Yager Stadium on the Washburn University campus, located at 1700 Southwest College Ave. in Topeka.
Hunter Harrison, a linebacker from Great Bend, and Bryce Steiner, a defensive back/quarterback from Central Plains, will be playing in the benefit game to help provide medical care at the Shriners Hospital for Children in St. Louis, Mo.
Headed by retired Philadelphia Eagles and Atlanta Falcons linebacker ...

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