Vote Now for the Photo of the Week

Each week Liberty Bank will sponsor a photo of the week contest that you, the fan, get to decide the winner among the nominees. You can vote in the poll below to take your pick and each photo is below numbered one through five. The winning photo will be announced on Friday with the subject of the winning photo receiving a framed high quality version of the photo. Check out the five photos below and vote now!
Which is your pick for Liberty Bank Photo of the Week for Week 13?
#1 - Ozark's Seth Wheeler follows his lead blocker Cody Lindsay
( 12% )
#2 - Carthage's Ismael Serratos fights for the ball
( 2% )
#3 - Monett's Kurran Blamey looks to cut up the field
( 85% )
#4 - Catholic's Landon Green looks to kick the ball
( 2% )

#1 - Ozark's Seth Wheeler follows Cody Lindsay down the field.

#2 - Carthage's Ismael Serratos fights for the ball

#3 - Monett's Kurran Blamey looks to cut up the field.

#4 - Catholic's Landon Green looks to send the ball

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