Sointula Cross Country results

The event saw almost 200 runners participate.

The sun was shining as students from Quatsino K’ak’ot’lats’i School, Sea View Elementary, Gwa’sala-‘Nakwaxda’xw School, Alert Bay School, Eagle View Elementary, Fort Rupert Elementary, Sunset Elementary School, and T’lisalagi’lakw Band School, gathered at A.J. Elliott Elementary School to compete in their respective divisions.

The event saw almost 200 runners participate, including students from Port Hardy Secondary School, North Island Secondary School, and also adults and volunteers.

Top three Sointula Cross Country Results are as follows:

Tyke Girls:

First place – Allison 8:48 Fort Rupert Elementary School;

Second place – Scarlett 8:50 Fort Rupert Elementary School;

Third place – Tess 8:53 Sunset Elementary School.

Tyke Boys:

First place – Hugo 8:00 Eagle View Elementary School;

Second Place – Merritt 8:03 Eagle View Elementary School;

Third place – Loden 8:04 A.J. Elliott Elementary School.

Peewee Girls:

First place – Olivia 13:29 Alert Bay Elementary School;

Second place – Maddy 13:56 Sunset Elementary School;

Third place – Bella 14:04 Sea View Elementary School.

Peewee Boys:

First place – Zach 12:00 Sea View Elementary School;

Second place – Bryson 12:24 Sunset Elementary School;

Third place – Maddox 12:29 Sunset Elementary School.

Bantam Girls:

First place – Talia 13:52 Fort Rupert Elementary School;

Second place – Jorja 14:11 A.J. Elliott Elementary School;

Third place – Edie 15:21 Fort Rupert Elementary School.

Bantam Boys:

First place – William 12:14 Sunset Elementary School;

Second place – Kai 12:26 Sunset Elementary School;

Third place – Vincent 12:37 Sunset Elementary School.

Open Girls:

First place – Ashley 14:01 Fort Rupert Elementary School teacher;

Second place – Danielle 14:52 North Island Secondary School;

Third place – Summer 14:56 North Island Secondary School.

Open Boys:

Avery 11:58 North Island Secondary School.

– Gazette staff

 

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