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Buchholz High School and state competition add up to victory

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Buchholz High School has broken a state record. Buchholz students won two of the three math divisons in the state high school math competition to achieve the most consecutive state titles ever for a Florida high school. WUFT’s Corey Bachman talked with Buchholz Assistant Principal David Shelnutt about the students victory.

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