No sight, no problem

Water-filled goggles don't slow Kidd, Tigers

Clutching her first-place ribbon, Tamera Newland of Fruita Monument cries tears of joy as she stands on the podium after winning the Western Slope Conference Championships diving competition. The junior took the title with a score of 390.05.



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Clutching her first-place ribbon, Tamera Newland of Fruita Monument cries tears of joy as she stands on the podium after winning the Western Slope Conference Championships diving competition. The junior took the title with a score of 390.05.

Swimming the final freestyle leg Saturday, she bobbed her head out of the water, and, through the right section of her goggles that was half full of water, spotted a garbled patch of the dark…




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