Winning the event was Joeli Carlson from Bethel, with a reach of 58" and 0 misses. On the men's side, Braden Dallmann from Aniak claimed gold with a reach of 65".
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The 47th annual Native Youth Olympics kicked off at the Alaska Airline Center Thursday afternoon, with more than 500 athletes from across the state gathering in Anchorage to compete this year.
The Mat Su A Team on Friday claimed both medals and a new world record in the Scissor Kick Broad Jump event at the Native Youth Olympics.
High School seniors celebrated their final Native Youth Olympic games on Friday with a traditional blanket toss at the Alaska Airlines Center.