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South Hardin grad a Chiefs Intern

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Kristin Mathis

Kristin Mathis, a 2016 South Hardin graduate, had the experience of a lifetime as an intern for the Kansas City Chiefs. She was on the field as the Chiefs won the AFC Championship game and earned a spot in the Super Bowl for the first time in 50 years.

Seventy-six thousand people cheering. Confetti cannons. Hundreds of hugs and high fives.

The AFC Championship festivities inside Arrowhead Stadium were 50 years in the making and Kristin Mathis was in the center of it all.

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