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MEHS athletes show strength, focus at 40th Native Olympics

SITKA, ALASKA Mt. Edgecumbe high school students made a strong showing at this year’s Native Youth Olympics.
The 40th annual Olympics were held last weekend in Anchorage.
As one of the only individual schools competing against larger school districts, the Edgecumbe team put up several impressive individual performances, and fell short of a three-way tie for fourth place by only two points.
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