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Following a hoops dream from Alaska to Bellingham

NWIC's Sara Wolgemuth lives life without regrets

Sara Wolgemuth poses underneath totems with a basketball in her arm.
Sara Wolgemuth is a sophomore on the Northwest Indian College women's basketball team. A Bellingham transplant from Utqiaġvik, Alaska, Wolgemuth said her love of the sport began when she was 5 years old playing for a Little Dribblers youth league. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Daniel Hornbuckle Staff Reporter
When Sara Wolgemuth had to decide between focusing solely on academics after high school or trying t
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