Blackhawks sports medicine team takes fifth in national competition
A team of 11 students from Cheney High School’s sports medicine program recently placed in the top-five in the nation in their school-size classification in the third annual American Academic Competition Institute’s (AACI) National High School Sports Medicine Championships.
According to a news release, the Blackhawks placed fifth in the Alert Services Division National Standings for school with enrollments of 8-999 students. The championships were conducted on-line May 19.
The two-hour exam consisted of 300 true/false, multiple choice and identification questions in three sections, with...
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