‘#awesome’: Pirate runners headed for state

Photo courtesy Jami Star After a record-setting day in Delta, the Pagosa Springs High School cross-country teams are on their way to this Saturday’s state meet. Top row, left to right, is Kaleb Buffington, Cole Cayard, Keanan Anderson, Coy Thomas, Ethan Brown, Jacob Hughes, Nate Lewis and Trenton Buffington. Bottom row, left to right, is Maddie Greenly, Kori Mogensen, Celia Taylor, Annabelle Bowles, Delaney Khung, Sarah Ross, Emma Heidelmeier and Shelby Cronon.

Photo courtesy Jami Star
After a record-setting day in Delta, the Pagosa Springs High School cross-country teams are on their way to this Saturday’s state meet. Top row, left to right, is Kaleb Buffington, Cole Cayard, Keanan Anderson, Coy Thomas, Ethan Brown, Jacob Hughes, Nate Lewis and Trenton Buffington. Bottom row, left to right, is Maddie Greenly, Kori Mogensen, Celia Taylor, Annabelle Bowles, Delaney Khung, Sarah Ross, Emma Heidelmeier and Shelby Cronon.

PSHS will be well-represented at this weekend’s state meet in Colorado Springs, with both the girls’ and boys’ teams earning a spot on the starting line.

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This story was posted on October 27, 2016.