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Taea Hill, a junior at Ramah High School, thrives on competition. During 2014 and 2015, Hill had great success both as an individual and as a member of Mustang athletic teams. Hill was the High-Point Athlete at the 2014 NMAA State Track & Field meet in class 2A, winning the triple jump, the 100-hurdles and the 300-hurdles, while running on two top-5 relay teams. Read more...
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Individual participants in any interscholastic athletic/activity sponsored and/or approved by the Association shall not accept cash or merchandise awards. Awards must be symbolic in nature with no functional or intrinsic value such as, but not limited to, letters, plaques, trophies, medals, ribbons, certificates, and letter adornments. NMAA bylaw 6.18.8