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By Kierstyn Murley
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She prepared to go play her solo, “I hope I earn a gold,” sophomore Amber Hicks said.

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After she walked to her solo room, she talks with her mom, “I hope my judge isn’t too harsh,” Hicks said.


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After giving the judge a copy of her music, she begins to play, “That didn’t go as well as I expected,” Hicks said.

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After Amber played, he writes down her score on a piece of green paper, “Thank you for playing for us today, “ the Judge said.

After she walked down to the medal table, she receives a silver, “My goal is to get gold next year,” Hicks said.

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