By Ashley M. Casey
Pulaski High School has won the Oswego County Envirothon. The competition was held Thursday at Jellystone Park in Mexico.
Envirothon Coordinator Erica Schreiner said Pulaski came in first place with 435 points. The team’s best subject was aquatics.
Last year’s winner, Altmar-Parish-Williamstown High School, came in second with a score of 422 points. Oswego High School’s “A” team came in third with 406 points.
Pulaski was originally going to field two teams, but only one participated in the competition.
Jamie Hefti is Pulaski’s Envirothon adviser.
As for the weather?
“We didn’t get rained on,” Schreiner said.