From Jan. 27-29, the Port Angeles High School equestrian team members all gained a top 10 placing at their first Washington State High School Equestrian Team meet of the season. The team members are, back row from left, drill coach Haley Hodgin, Emma Albright, CassiAnn Moore and Abby Hjelmeseth; middle row from left, Ebony Billings, Emily Gear, Kaytee Gibeau, Madison Carlson and coach Tina VanAusdle; and front row from left, Lisi Hanson, Summer Moroz and Kristine Hanson. Not pictured are Emily Menshew and Cassie Roark.

HORSEPLAY: Jefferson County Horse Park galloping along

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