Cross-country run fun

Cross-country athletes from across School District 70 gathered at Bob Dailey Stadium and Glenwood Centre in Port Alberni last week.

A runner from Maquinna sprints down the home stretch after following a cross-country running track around Glenwood Centre last week.

Cross-country athletes from across School District 70 gathered at Bob Dailey Stadium and Glenwood Centre in Port Alberni last week for a district-wide meet.

Winners were:

Grade 7 Girls Division:

1 Mackenzie Loyer – EJ Dunn

2 Hannah Evans – EJ Dunn

3 Emily Donahue – AW Neill

4 Michelle Quach – EJ Dunn

4 Brianna Lambert – EJ Dunn

Grade 7 Boys Division:

1 David Symington – EJ Dunn

2 Seth Steere – Wickaninnish

3 Jack McKean – AW Neill

4 Lance Tate – Haahuupayak

Elementary Girls:

1 Toby Theriault- Wickaninnish

2 Emily Hunt – Wood

3 Ella Dwolinsky – Howitt

4 Chloe – Wick

5 Hannah Rust – Maquinna

6 Jamie Langolis – Wood

7 Jordan Siimpson – AW Neill

8 Caitlyn Baker – Maquinna

9 Aliza Kunz – Wood

10 Rowan Cole – AES

Elementary Boys:

1 Blake Power – AW Neill

2 Gideon Kleyn – PA Christian School

3 Parker Mckay – Wood

4 Karson Caraim – Wood

5 Reed Platenius – Wick

6 Zander Gardiner – Wick

7 Evan McLeod – AES

8 Ethan Gardiner – Wick

9 Blake Moore – AW Neill

10 Jax Robinson – AW Neill

Team Results

1st – Wood/Wick

2nd – AW Neill

3rd –  Maquinna/PACS

 

Edited: To correct spelling of a name.

 

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