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Edina charging $50 tryout fees for prep hockey, golf

In a fee believed to be the first of its kind in the state, Edina High School hockey players and golfers are being charged a $50 nonrefundable tryout fee. The Star Tribune reports the money -- about $5,000 -- goes back into the school's general fund.
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In a fee believed to be the first of its kind in the state, Edina High School hockey players and golfers are being charged a $50 nonrefundable tryout fee. The Star Tribune reports the money -- about $5,000 -- goes back into the school's general fund.

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