Milford team wins seatbelt challenge
According to Milford Police Officer Mark Pepler, who worked with the five-student team from the high school during the challenge, the girls beat 10 teams on the school level, competing against their lassmates.
After besting their classmates at Milford High School, the students — Meghan Tyrell, Angelena Leal, Adelle Pitsas and Miranda Couture — traveled to Police Standards and Training along with their coach and science teacher Gretchen Klene, and Pepler, who brought a police cruiser for the competition. A fifth member of the team, Hannah Soucy, couldn’t attend the competition, Klene said.
“I wouldn’t even start a car with kids in it if they weren’t all buckled in,” said Pepler.
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