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Mount Mercy Competes at The Head of the Fish

The Mount Mercy Academy Women's Crew Team competed this past weekend in Saratoga, N.Y. at the "Head of the Fish" Rowing Regatta. The Head of the Fish is a 10 lane course and the second largest regatta in the United States by number of entries. This weekend's event hosted over 2000 individual entries from over 200 clubs, from 15 states and 4 countries. Mount Mercy Coach Mr. Tom Boyer is brought MMA's Jr. Women's Class crew of 4 rowers with coxswain to row in the race. The team competed against a group of 45 crews and finished in the middle of the pack. Great job for their first competitive event!  Juniors Megan Fabian, Sarah Foy, Rebecca Rozeski and Sophomore Elizabeth Colton rowed for Mount Mercy. Congratulations!

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