As their senior project, best friends Tanner Bonillas and Noah West, both Yosemite High seniors, chose to be team captains for this year’s Relay for Life event.
As their senior project, best friends Tanner Bonillas and Noah West, both Yosemite High seniors, chose to be team captains for this year’s Relay for Life event. Morgan Voorhis Sierra Star
As their senior project, best friends Tanner Bonillas and Noah West, both Yosemite High seniors, chose to be team captains for this year’s Relay for Life event. Morgan Voorhis Sierra Star

For their senior project, best friends will be co-captains at Saturday’s Relay for Life

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