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Early OFSAA track and field results, Day 3


Posted: June 6th, 2015 @ 2:23pm


Hailee Banks, Rideau District

Threw 10.32 metres with her second attempt and finished 11th in midget girls shot put.

Marissa Battle, Kingston

Ran junior girls 200 metres in a personal-best 25.79 seconds, finished second in the second-fastest heat and qualified for this afternoon's final. Her time was fifth overall.

Sarah Bell, Kingston

Ran midget girls 200 metres in 26.93 seconds, finished seventh in the fast heat and did not qualify for the final. Her time was 20th overall.

Jonathan Besselink, Holy Cross

Ran senior boys 800 metres in 1 minute 58.01 seconds, finished sixth in the fast heat and did not qualify for the final. His time was 17th overall.

Mary Besselink, Holy Cross

Ran junior girls 800 metres in 2 minutes 27.43 seconds, finished seventh in the fast heat and did not qualify for the final. Her time was 18th overall.

Emmett Bravakis, Holy Cross

Ran midget boys 200 metres in 24.58 seconds, finished sixth in the fast heat and did not qualify for the final. His time was 17th overall.

Ryan Brown, Loyalist

Threw 27.84 metres with his first attempt and finished 22nd in midget boys discus.

Ben Cross, Frontenac

Threw 52.83 metres with his third attempt and finished fourth in senior boys javelin.

Chelsea Hiemstra, La Salle

Threw a personal-best 10.99 metres with her second attempt and finished sixth in midget girls shot put.

Cole Horsman, Frontenac

Won the second-fastest heat in midget boys 200 metres in a personal-best 22.85 seconds and qualified for this afternoon's final. His time was second overall.

Thomas Lambert, Sydenham

Ran junior boys 200 metres in 23.96 seconds, finished eighth in the slow and did not qualify for the final. His time was 20th overall.

Hunter Leonard, Kingston

Ran midget boys 800 metres in 2 minutes 8.56 seconds, finished fourth in the slow heat and did not qualify for the final. His time was 12th overall.

Brogan MacDougall, Regiopolis Notre Dame

Ran midget girls 800 metres in 2 minutes 20.28 seconds, finished second in the second-fastest heat and qualified for this afternoon's final. Her time was fifth overall.

Waverly Mulligan, Kingston

Ran junior girls 800 metres in 2 minutes 33.17 seconds, finished eighth in the slow heat and did not qualify for the final. Her time was 21st overall.

Jacquelyn Quesnel, Kingston

Won the second-fastest heat in junior girls 800 metres in 2 minutes 18.85 seconds and qualified for this afternoon's final. Her time was second overall.

Brady Robertson, Sydenham

Ran senior boys 800 metres in 1 minute 57.34 seconds, finished fifth in the second-fastest heat and did not qualify for the final. His time was 13th overall.

Sophia Skorenky, Marie-Rivier

Ran senior girls 800 metres in 25.58 seconds, finished sixth in the slow heat and did not qualify for the final. Her time was 15th overall.

Max Taylor, Holy Cross

Ran midget boys 200 metres in 24.11 seconds, finished sixth in the second-fastest heat and did not qualify for the final. His time was 15th overall.

Merik Wilcock, Sydenham

Ran junior boys 300-metre hurdles in 42.41 seconds, finished fifth in the fast heat and did not qualify for the final. His time was 13th overall.


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