Kids get thrills, take spills at sledding party

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Posted: March 8, 2013

The Winchester Star

Avery Dodson, 9, gets stuck as he tries to make a path down a hill behind James Wood High School on Wednesday afternoon. He and some friends got together for a sledding party after the area received eight to 15 inches of snow. His parents are Beth and Eric Dodson of Frederick County. (Photo by Ginger Perry/The Winchester Star)
Hannah Burton (front), 11, and her father, Joe Burton of Frederick County, speed down a hill behind James Wood High School.
A group of youngsters and their parents got together on Wednesday for a sledding party on a hill behind James Wood High School. Taking a break from the fun are Abbie Dodson (left), 11; Olivia Miller, 10; Avery Dodson, 9; Kinsey Miller, 11; Maggie Heishman, 11, Tori Stanford, 11; Joseph Burton, 8; Ali Devart, 11; and Hannah Burton, 11. Most of the group play soccer together with Winchester United. Instead of soccer practice Wednesday, they hit the hill for sledding. All are from Frederick County. (Photo by Ginger Perry/The Winchester Star)

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After two winters without much snow, Wednesday was a chance for sledders to make up for lost time.  On a steep hill behind James Wood High School in Frederick County, a group of children...



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