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Grossman's legacy grows as she enters senior year with history in mind
June 29, 2013 - Robert Collias
Seabury Hall rising senior Dakota Grossman is now a two-time MIL Girls Athlete of the Year with the chance to become the first three-time winner of the award next year.
Here is the start of my story from Friday's paper:
With seven state crowns, no one in Maui Interscholastic League history is more golden than Dakota Grossman.
The Seabury Hall rising senior's latest run of success, including her third state championships in cross country and the 3,000 meters on the track, has made her The Maui News MIL Girl Athlete of the Year for 2012-13, giving her the award for a second straight time and the chance to become the first three-time recipient, boy or girl, next year.
"I think it's really cool and I feel like I'm being rewarded for all the effort I put into my training and stuff," Grossman said Wednesday at Erdman Athletic Center between shooting baskets with her father and coach, Bobby Grossman. "It definitely creates more goals for me."
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