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Digirolamo, about Hanson: “Kaitlyn has long legs, which is good for the long jump.”

Each season, The Record talks teamwork with South Whidbey athletes. This week it’s with seventh-graders Audrey Digirolamo, Kaitlyn Hanson, Jenna Kaik and Desirae Peterson, all members of the Langley Middle School track team  - Jeff VanDerford / The Record
Each season, The Record talks teamwork with South Whidbey athletes. This week it’s with seventh-graders Audrey Digirolamo, Kaitlyn Hanson, Jenna Kaik and Desirae Peterson, all members of the Langley Middle School track team
— image credit: Jeff VanDerford / The Record

Digirolamo, about Hanson: “Kaitlyn has long legs, which is good for the long jump.”

Hanson, about Kaik: “Jenna is in terrific shape and she’ll be good this year jumping over hurdles.”

Kaik, about Peterson: “Desirae is a good teammate.”

Peterson, about Digirolamo: “Audrey is one of the fastest girls in our grade. She tried the hurdles

yesterday and was pretty good.”

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