Adams takes 5th in Eskimo Stick Pull at NYO

Apr 24th 1:35 pm By Tommy Wells

Kotzebue's Lanette Adams turned more than a few heads with her performance at the 2015 Native Youth Olympics meet in Anchorage. The Northwest Arctic standout finished in the top five in her event on Friday.


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