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District Track and Field meet

Sunset Elementary in Port McNeill hosted the District track and field meet on June 8.

Sunset Elementary School in Port McNeill hosted the District track meet on Wednesday, June 8. “The weather started out as overcast then turned to rain on/off throughout the day, which made things a little trickier for the athletes with a slippery run for the triple and long jump pits,” said Eagle View Track Coach Sandy Grenier, adding that “Many volunteers stepped up from Sunset as they hosted the event, but teachers, staff and parent volunteers from all of the other schools also assisted to help the day run as smoothly as possible with so many participants.”Eagle View brought home the top 4 out of 6 all around athlete trophies.

2016 District Track and Field Meet – Top Athlete Results:

Bantam Girls:  Faith Gage Eagle View Elementary 21 1st, Pierson Earle Sunset Elementary 20 2nd, Kayley Clair Eagle View Elementary 20 2nd, Louise Olesen Eagle View Elementary 20 2nd, Oceana Douglas A.J. Elliott Elementary 17 3rd, Chelsea Noel Sunset Elementary 17 3rd, Ella Barrett Sunset Elementary 12 4th, Merricke Browne Sunset Elementary 12 4th, Mia McCormack A.J. Elliott Elementary 11 5th.

Bantam Boys: Jayree Joe Eagle View Elementary 21 1st, Joey Grant Sunset Elementary 20 2nd, Roman Child Fort Rupert Elementary 17 3rd, Paul Siegers A.J. Elliott Elementary 16 3rd, Lucas Prong Avalon Adventist 16 4th, Connor Van Will Sunset Elementary 16 4th, Andrew Point Avalon Adventist 14 5th.

PeeWee Girls:  Mallory Martineau Eagle View Elementary 23 1st, Abby McQuoquodale Eagle View Elementary 18 2nd, Brooklyn Watson A.J. Elliott Elementary 16 3rd, Jorja Laughlin A.J. Elliott Elementary 14 4th, Mackenzie Moore Avalon Adventist 12 5th, Adel Blid Sunset Elementary 12 5th.

PeeWee Boys:  Ethan Bono Sunset Elementary 22 1st, Chaz Hall Eagle View Elementary 19 2nd, Ethan Fuller Avalon Adventist 16 3rd, Mannie Browne Sunset Elementary 16 3rd,  William Grant Sunset Elementary 14 4th, Tye Morash K’ak’ot’lats’i 13 5th, David Klatt Avalon Adventist 11 5th, Kai Verbruggee Sunset Elementary 10 6th.

Tyke Girls:  Shayla Mardell Sunset Elementary 22 1st, Emma Walkus Eagle View Elementary 18 2nd, Olivia James Alert Bay Elementary 13 3rd, Mayumi Hinatsu-Willie Fort Rupert 13 3rd, Mecca Humphrey Eagle View Elementary 12 4th, Mia Lambert Sunset Elementary 11 5th.

Tyke Boys:  Tim Olesen Eagle View Elementary 19 1st, Ryler Smith Eagle View Elementary 13 2nd, Landon Turgeon Sunset Elementary 13 2nd, Jack Barrett Sunset Elementary 12 3rd, Christopher Topfer Eagle View 12 3rd, Levi Daley Eagle View Elementary 10 4th, Adam Russell Fort Rupert Elementary 10 4th, Nathan Smith Avalon Adventist 9 5th.

 

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