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Sports medicine gives students hands-on learning opportunities

Programs at Bellingham high schools have grown every year

Students with the Squalicum High sports medicine program talk together during a break at a Squalicum boys basketball game on Dec. 13.
Students with the Squalicum High sports medicine program talk together during a break at a Squalicum boys basketball game on Dec. 13. (Andy Bronson/Cascadia Daily News)
By Hailey Palmer Staff Reporter
When Sehome athletic trainer Maggie Hite relocated to Bellingham in 2014, she noticed the public hig

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