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Frisbees fight for a cure

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Frisbees fight for a cure

Senior Cayla Adamson spins around while holding the frisbee in order to throw it to another teammate.

Senior Cayla Adamson spins around while holding the frisbee in order to throw it to another teammate.

Katie Bullock

Senior Cayla Adamson spins around while holding the frisbee in order to throw it to another teammate.

Katie Bullock

Katie Bullock

Senior Cayla Adamson spins around while holding the frisbee in order to throw it to another teammate.

Katie Bullock, Editor-in-chief

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Senior Cayla Adamson throws a frisbee at the ultimate frisbee tournament she organized and participated in to benefit Relay for Life. The tournament was held on the track on March 11  in order to raise money for the Northland Youth Relay for Life, of which Adamson is an event leader.

“[Cancer] research is a huge industry that needs all the money that it can get,” Adamson said. “It just saddens me that we haven’t found a cure and that there are still people suffering. So this is my way to do something and to help out where I can.”

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