ADSS track students head to provincials

A group of student athletes from ADSS have qualified to go to the B.C. High School Track and Field Championships in June.

A group of student athletes from Alberni District Secondary School have qualified to go to the B.C. High School Track and Field Championships on June 2,3 and 4.

The championships are being held at the Rotary Bowl in Nanaimo.

The following athletes are slated to compete, coach Anna Jack said:

  • Rylee Mitchell Sr. boys 400m could medal, 4×400
  • Jonah Wynans Jr. boys Hammer, Steeplechase, 300mHurdles, SrB 4×400
  • Jordan Irg JrB 100mHurdles
  • Yanick Contant JrB Racewalk, Discus, Javelin
  • Valerie Gilbert SrG 400m, 4x400m relay, 4x100m
  • Ayden Jager SrG 800m, 4x400m relay
  • Dara DiRocco SrG Triple Jump, Long Jump, High Jump, 4×100
  • Mya Smith SrG Triple Jump, Long Jump, 4×400, 4x100m
  • Quinn Murphy JrG High Jump, Triple Jump, 4x100m
  • Anna Frost Gr.8G 400m, SrG 4×400, JrG 4×100
  • Tynan Smith SrB Javelin
  • Connor Sabiston SrB Javelin/Shot Put
  • Brianna Anderson JrG 4x100m
  • Lucia Bernar JrG 4x100m
  • Josiah Anderson SrB 4×400
  • Oliver Speagle SrB 4×400
  • Kamryn McKean Gr.8G Shotput, Javelin.

 

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