Byline: Sandy Strickland, Times-Union staff writer
As she dug through a huge mound of sand on a steamy afternoon, Breanna Schmoll felt something sharp underneath her. The young archaeologist jumped up, admittedly excited and a little anxious.
She and partner Sarah Van Pelt began furiously uncovering their "find." They pulled out what they speculated could be a dinosaur or a human hip bone. They let their imaginations take flight as they examined the sandy relic.
"It was so weird," Sarah said. "We cracked up laughing because we were digging for stuff, and here she sat on it."
The 10-year-olds were among a group of students at Pine Forest …