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February 4, 2015 11:54 AM

Action wins Alpine Meadows race

Ahwahnee’s Emerson Action, 11, opened the ski race season as Queen of the Hill - At least for one day. Action, who has been downhill skiing since she was five years-old, beat out close to 80 other girls at the Jan. 10, Under 12 North Series Giant Slalom race at Lake Tahoe’s Alpine Meadows Ski Resort.

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