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KMS State Track seventh

Seventh grade students who participated include Chase Bellon, Rylan Cox, Patrick Crawford, Dylan Douglas, Gunnar Garcia, Luke Hawkshead, Joe Hollnrake, Manstel Johnston, Caleb Light, Darius Pipkins, Trevor Poundstone, Keith VerMeer, Jacob Zuck, Jada Agan, Kaelyn Hough, Cassidy Pearson, Tiffany VandeKamp, Jaden Hamilton, Rachel Parker, Tori Dye, Dawn Stewart, Kendrea Richardson, Kenzie Allen, Taylor Purvis, Lexi Mart and Hannah Swan. (photo courtesy of Ben Overman)

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