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    Nicole Landoskey returned home to North Myrtle Beach last week after winning four medals from the Special Olympics World Games in Los Angeles, Calif. The 24-year-old Bocce player won: Gold for Team, third place for Doubles, seventh place for Singles, and Play Unified for Participating.

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Nicole Landoskey returned home to North Myrtle Beach last week after winning four medals from the Special Olympics World Games in Los Angeles, Calif. The 24-year-old Bocce player won: Gold for Team, third place for Doubles, seventh place for Singles, and Play Unified for Participating. Jason Lee jlee@thesunnews.com

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