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EOSSAA track and field results


Posted: May 21st, 2015 @ 10:00pm


BROCKVILLE — Top three performances and other Kingston-area athletes who qualified for the East Region meet on the first day of the Eastern Ontario Secondary Schools Athletic Association track and field championships at Thousand Islands Secondary School:

BOYS

1,500 Metres

SeniorBen Workman (Kingston) 4 minutes 2.42 seconds, Max Serviss (Valour Petawawa) 4:02.45, Jonathan Besselink (Holy Cross) 4:04.57, 6. Chris Adams (Sydenham) 4:12.79.

Junior — Nick Bauerschmit (Valour, Petawawa) 4:23.40, Jonathan Stoppa (Madawaska) 4:25.04, Paul Bates (Regiopolis Notre Dame) 4:27.23, 4. Alex Drover (Kingston) 4:29.69.

Midget — Ben Lee (Mackenzie, Deep River) 4:31.54, Matthew Hebert (Arnprior) 4:32.21, Andrew Bryanton (Opeongo, Douglas) 4:32.26, 4. Jack Rowlatt (Frontenac) 4:36.18.

Intermediate Hurdles

Senior, 400 metres — Curtis Foster (Arnprior) 58.11 seconds, Austin White (St. Michael, Kemptville) 58.52, Joshua MacMillan (St. Michael) 1:00.82, 4. Ryan Gibson (Sydenham) 1:00.83, 5. Chad McInnes (Sydenham) 1:00.86.

Junior, 300 metresMerik Wilcock (Sydenham) 42.45, Kurtis Gardiner (Arnprior) 44.02, John Young (Arnprior) 44.85, 4. Ryland Clark (Napanee) 45.29, 5. Xavier Chabot (Marie-Rivier) 45.33.

Midget, 300 metres — David Swerdfeger (Seaway, Iroquois) 43.73, Tommy Pendergast (Holy Cross) 46.28, Riley Leeson-Roche (North Grenville, Kemptville) 46.64.

GIRLS

1,500 Metres

Senior — Erin Adam (Jeanne-Lajoie, Pembroke) 4 minutes 59.73 seconds, Braeden Brown (St. Michael, Kemptville) 5:04.38, Zoe Johnston (Fellowes, Pembroke) 5:17.42, 4. Jaycee Farmer (Kingston) 5:18.77.

Junior — Madelyn Meek (Thousand Islands, Brockville) 5:03.02, Jacquelyn Quesnel (Kingston) 5:03.66, Brittany Alkerton (St. Mary, Brockville) 5:07.85, 5. Mary Besselink (Holy Cross) 5:15.54.

MidgetBrogan MacDougall (Regiopolis Notre Dame) 4:44.72 (record; old record 4:438.52 by Branna MacDougall, Regi, 2013), Lily Meek (Thousand Islands, Brockville) 5:09.84, Sophie Warren (Valour, Petawawa) 5:09.97, 4. Danielle Adam (Kingston) 5:23.39, 6. Emma Taggart (Regiopolis Notre Dame) 5:29.66.

Intermediate Hurdles

Senior, 400 metres — Hailey Wheeler (Arnprior) 1 minute 8.54 seconds, Anne-Marie McNab (Arnprior) 1:09.37, Nicole Zohorsky (Bayridge) 1:10.97, 4. Shayla Moore (Holy Cross) 1:11.03, 6. Kara Blair (Rideau District) 1:11.21.

Junior, 300 metres — Michelle Reiman (Brockville) 49.26, Brittany Brown (Thousand Islands, Brockville) 49.45, Sydney Friske (Arnprior) 50.28, 4. Claire Millard (Loyalist) 50.46, 5. Andreanne Menard (Marie-Rivier) 50.95.

Midget, 300 metres — Mackenzie Foster (Arnprior) 51.67, Brianna Burgess (Sydenham) 52.64, Hailey Janes (Napanee) 52.69.

Pole Vault

Senior — Hannan Van Hofwege (Carleton Place) 2.60 metres, Cierra Vandermeer (Bayridge) 2.35, Mackennz Mulhearn (Charlottenburg-Lancaster) 2.20.

Junior — Mackayla Petrie (Charlottenburg-Lancaster) 2.60, Emma Pasco (Charlottenburg-Lancaster) 2.50, Chelsea Cayer (Charlottenburg-Lancaster) 2.40, 5. Kay Byers-Richards (Loyalist) 2.10.

 


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