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The Success of Friday Night Lights (XC) 2023


Recently, our school’s Cross Country team competed in 2023’s Friday Night Lights! Congratulations to everyone who competed
and a special congratulations to senior Mitchell Dimond on his new PR and a 15th place finish and junior Allie Kinlaw for finishing 2nd in her race!
Friday Night Lights Festival
On September 8th, our Page athletes traveled to Kernersville, North Carolina, where this year’ss Friday Night Lights took place. Every year thousands of participants gather to compete in this event, and have a good time while doing it. Whether runners are currently competing or waiting their turn, there is always something to do. As runners competed, lights brightened the way. Food trucks lined the entire area selling anything you could think of: hamburgers, hot dogs, funnel cakes, and even more! While music was being pumped out by the DJ, further hyping our XC runners, people that came to support our athletes bought merchandise by the stands to remember this special event.
Friday Night Lights lasts an excruciatingly long time. Not every participant races in the same division. So, what do they do in their free time? Well, our fellow pirate XC runners spend their time being extra productive. As full time student-athletes, they have to not only balance their sport, but also their studies. If they’re not studying, they’re playing games with their friends and overall just having a fun time, even choosing to cheer on their teammates while they finish up their races. Though, our XC runners did not let all these distractions stop them from doing their best. Shout out to Coach Kinlaw for the success of her team, and good luck to the runners for the rest of the season!

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Jane Cockburn
Jane Cockburn, Staff Writer
Hello! My name is Jane Carrington Cockburn. I've been to Jamaica 5 times and once this year. I've also been to France and Iceland. I love playing basketball and exercising. I've lived in 3 states: Florida, Illinois, and North Carolina. My favorite place to live so far is North Carolina. I'm involved in my community. I participated as the Vice President of NJHS and volunteered as a counselor for a couple of camps during the summer. Hopefully I continue to grow and develop in high school, and I can't wait to write for the newspaper!

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