During the Knight Games on Oct. 30, students in Menlo athletics pods competed against each other in a friendly skills competition. For each sport represented at the event, every pod selected several student-athletes to participate. Staff photo: Chase Hurwitz. (Chase Hurwitz)
During the Knight Games on Oct. 30, students in Menlo athletics pods competed against each other in a friendly skills competition. For each sport represented at the event, every pod selected several student-athletes to participate. Staff photo: Chase Hurwitz.

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Video: Athletics Pods Compete in Knight Games

November 13, 2020

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