Students from the SD70 cross-country meet celebrate their victories. SUBMITTED PHOTO

School District 70 cross-country students excel

School District 70 held its annual Elementary District Cross Country Meet

School District 70 held its annual Elementary District Cross Country Meet on Oct. 24. Eleven elementary schools participated in this event.

The final results are as follows:

Grade 5 and under Girls’ Division

• Nya Wheatley – Maquinna

• Esme Wheatley – Maquinna

• Jenisha Fey – JPII

• Amelia Harvey – Ecole des grande cedres

• Chloe Moore – UES

• Evelynn Bjorgan – Maquinna

• Brookie Cyr – Ecole des grande cedres

• Carys Howland – Wood

• Lucia Sutherland – JPII

• Danika Currie – Wood

Grade 5 and under Boys’ Division

• Joel Dorn – Howitt

• Rain Olsen – Maquinna

• Liam Manmohan– Wickanninish

• Sidney Yap – Wood

• Tanner Hewitt – Maquinna

• Josh Freethy – Maquinna

• Bennett Moes – Maquinna

• Jasper Windle – Wickanninish

• Deacon Massop – Howitt

• Jamie Fitzgerald – Howitt

Grade 6/7 Girls’ Division

• Sophia Rodgers – Wickanninish

• Olivia Rhodes – UES

• Kayla Blake – Wickinninish

• Laila Allatt-Miles – AES

• Tilly Rodgers – Wickinninish

• Hailee Spaldiing – Maquinna

• Yemaya Windle – Wickininnish

• Kaelin Britton – Howitt

• Giulianna Little – AES

• Kate Basra – Howitt

Grade 6/7 Boys’ Division

• Jayden Miguez – Maquinna

• Brent Charlson – Dunn

• Sam Gentleman – JPII

• Brendan Abbott – Neill

• Ryder Hewitt – Maquinna

• Keiran Veilleux – Ecole des grande cedres

• Graydon Homan – Maquinna

• Owen Mahovlic – Maquinna

• Koen Leferre – UES

• Jax Robinson – Neill

Team Results:

• Maquinna

• Wickinninish

• JPII

• Howitt/UES

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