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Megan Farnham wins KMIT Student-Athlete Award
Megan Farnham wins KMIT Student-Athlete Award

Senior Megan Farnham was presented with the KMIT Student-Athlete Award at the annual Mitchell High Athletic Banquet at the Corn Palace.  Farnham is a three-sport athlete who competed in volleyball, basketball and track all four years in high school.  She was a team captain in both volleyball and basketball, and was named to all-conference honors in both sports.  She was also voted the team defensive MVP in both sports.  In addition, Farnham is a member of the National Honor Society,  Student Council, Future Business Leaders, and was elected class president.  She carries a 3.9 GPA.

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