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Two MUSD high schools bring home trophies from Phoenix competition

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Marana High School Automotive Team and their prizes from Feb. competition (Source: Marana Unified School District) Marana High School Automotive Team and their prizes from Feb. competition (Source: Marana Unified School District)
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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Marana Unified School District is celebrating victories for two of its high school's automotive teams.

The Marana High School Automotive Team placed first and MountainView High School Automotive Team placed third in a February competition inPhoenix, according to a MUSD release.

Both teams participated in the 22nd Annual High School Pit CrewChallenge on Feb. 21.  This challenge,according to the release is a competition for various high schools in Arizonato compete against one another in a timed event using procedures learned inclass. 

Marana High School's team won a Snap On tool box filled with$4,500 worth of tools, in addition to a trophy for the best dressed team.

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