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Emma Schmidt wins KMIT Student Athlete Award
Emma Schmidt wins KMIT Student Athlete Award

Senior Emma Schmidt was presented the KMIT Student Athlete Award at the annual Mitchell High Athletic banquet at the Corn Palace.
Schmidt is a three-sport athlete. She was the starting guard on the Kernels basketball team which finished as runner-up in Class AA.
She also was the setter and MVP of the Mitchell Volleyball team and was a two time All ESD Conference selection.
Emma also was a three time place winner at the State Track meet in 2013. In addition, she participated in several organizations and
was this year’s homecoming queen. She is a member of the National Honor Society and has a perfect 4.0 grade point average.
Emma will attend Augustana College next fall.

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