Lexington HS wins $10,000 for video contest

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LEXINGTON, Neb. (KNOP) - UPDATE 11/8/17:
Lexington High School won the $10,000 grand prize in the national "Built with Chocolate Milk" campaign.

Lexington High School students in their sport info tech class and athletes made a video, showing how chocolate milk is used by their athletes.

Their video received the most shares, likes, and retweets on social media.

Phil Truax, the school's Activities Director, said, "LHS is incredibly lucky to have such a great group of coaches and kids who created such an awesome promotion for Chocolate Milk! On behalf of the Minutemen and Minutemaids, we want to thank everyone across your viewing area for their support of our video!"
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ORIGINAL STORY:
Lexington schools are taking a challenge from the Built With Chocolate Milk Foundation to show how their athletic programs were built with chocolate milk.

The grand prize for the contest is $10,000.

Lexington High School Activities Director, Phil Truax, said the students in the Lexington High School Sport Info Tech Class and Lexington High School athletes made a video.

Truax said they were just told it was just picked as one of the top 10 in the nation. Truax said they are now asking for your help to win. He says they need the most likes, shares and retweets on Facebook and Twitter.



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