Pulaski Modified Cross Country team has successful season

The Pulaski Girls Modified Cross Country team, coached by Jack Jennings, had a very successful season this year.

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Pulaski Girls’ modified cross country team.

The team, made up of girls in grades seven to nine, finished the cross country season with an outstanding record of 6-1 and were undefeated in the Patriot National Division.

Team members are pictured in front, left to right: Danielle Samson, Krisanne Nabinger, Kristin McNitt, Lexi Trump and Laura Torres; and in back: Megan Waybright Kyra Judware, Kate Lewis, McKenna Moonan, Kayla Arzie, and Coach Jack Jennings.

Coach Jennings was very pleased with the season and is looking forward to next year as many of the team members will move up to become varsity runners.