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June 18, 2013 12:00 AM

North Thurston’s Heo rises to challenge

Kenny Heo has been a staple in the midfield for North Thurston High School’s boys soccer team since his freshman year. But he’s also a team-first player, which is why he willingly changed positions this spring.

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