Lacy Archer, Cienna Diffey, Seth Altimus, Emily Casner and Cameron Dundon (all fourth graders) compete to complete as many laps as possible in a 20-minute time period.
Lacy Archer, Cienna Diffey, Seth Altimus, Emily Casner and Cameron Dundon (all fourth graders) compete to complete as many laps as possible in a 20-minute time period. Debbie Sebastian Special to Sierra Star
Lacy Archer, Cienna Diffey, Seth Altimus, Emily Casner and Cameron Dundon (all fourth graders) compete to complete as many laps as possible in a 20-minute time period. Debbie Sebastian Special to Sierra Star

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