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Cameron Linscott fifth at OFSAA cross country

Posted: November 4th, 2013 @ 9:41pm

Cameron Linscott of Kingston Collegiate posted the top finish among Kingston-area athletes Saturday at the Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations cross country championships at Laurentian University in Sudbury.

Linscott was fifth in the junior boys race, running the 5.85-kilometre course in 20 minutes, 17 seconds, less than a minute of the winning pace of 19:22 set by Owen Day of Holy Trinity.

Linscott was one of four local runners to finish among the top 30 in the race. Paul Sagriff of Regiopolis Notre Dame was 17th in 21:08, Ryan Dowdall of La Salle was 23rd (21:22) and Nick Adams of Sydenham was 29th (21:30) in the field of 269 competitors.

Five other Kingston-area runners finished in the top 25 of their respective divisions:

* Branna MacDougall of Regi, who was 13th in a junior girls field of 255 (16:49 over 4.21 kilometres);

* Alex Drover of KC, who was 14th in the 253-runner midget boys race (18:55 over 5.21 kilometres);

* Heather Jaros of La Salle, who was 18th of 268 senior girls (20:24 over 5.21 kilometres);

* Emily Drouin of Regi, who was 21st in the senior girls race, six seconds behind Jaros;

* Jackie Quesnell of KC, who finished 25th (11:34 over 3.11 kilometres) in midget girls division, where 262 athletes took part.

Drover led KC to a seventh-place finish in midget boys team standings, the best by any of the four Kingston Area Secondary School Athletics Association teams at the meet.

MacDougall led Regi's junior girls to a 10th-place finish. In the same division, KC, led by Heidi Scott's 33rd-place performance, finished 18th. Ben Workman finished 42nd and was the leading runner on KC's senior boys team, which finished 19th.

Top runners from other Kingston-area schools represented at the meet were Mitch Kirby of Frontenac, who was 50th in the senior boys race, and Claudia Murphy of Holy Cross, who was 94th in midget girls division.
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