of east end athletes make the grade at OFSAA East Regionals
Nathan Egert from Caririne Wison Secondary
School was among right athletes who qualified
for the OFSAA provincial championships during
the first day at the East Regional Track and
Field Championships in Brockville on Thursday.
OFSAA East Regional Track and Field Championships kicked
off in Brockville on Thursday with a handfull of east
end athletes managing to qualify for next week's provincial
championships which will also be held in the Thousand
Remadji from Ecole secondaire Louis-Riel led the way with
a first place performance in the midget girls 200 metrres.
Her teammate Lia Hendricks also qualified for provincials
with a thrid place finish in the event.
Hgh School's Isaiah Moses is going back to the OFSAA championships
where he will be competing in the senior boys 400-metre
hurdles after finishing second on Thursday in a very tight
race which saw the first three runners separated by less
than a second..
By's Alannah McBride qualified in the senior girls 400-metre
hurdles with a fourth place finish in the event. Only
the top four athletes in each event can earn a ticket
to the provincial championships.
Egert from Cairine Wilson successfully qualified for OFSAA
with a second place performance in the midget boys 200
metres. He'll be hoping to qualify in the 100 metres on
Day 2 of regionals.
Ran Dai earned a ticket to provincials with a fourth place
performance in the junior girls 200 metres. She'll be
joined next week by teammates Liam Moore who place second
in the junior boys 200 metres and Tim Arbido who placed
third in the senior boys 200.
other east end athletes just missed out on qualifying
for provincials. Cairine Wilson's Alexia Lamothe placed
fifth in the junior girls 300-metre hurdles, Marie-Eve
Dahms from Beatrice-Desloges placed fifth in the senior
girls 400-metre hurdles, and Lindsay Kary from St. Matthew
High School missed qualifying in the senior girls 1500
metres by one one-hundredth of a second.
and Kary will both get a second chance to qualify in their
respective specialties on Friday. Lamothe will be competing
in the junior girls 80-metre hurdles and Kary will be
hoping to qualify in the senior girls 3000 metres.
is a complete list of the athletes competing in Brockville
and how they performed...
200-metres 2nd (24.12) Nathan Egert, Cairine Wilson
200-metres 10th (25.41) Isaac St. Louis, St. Matthew
1500-metre 11th (4:32.01) Cameron Slupeiks, Colonel By
200-metres 1st (26.18) Regina Rimadji, Louis Riel
200-metres 2nd (26.59) Lia Hendricks, Louis Riel
200-metres 11th (27.47) Cassandra Bourgeois, Gisele-Lalonde
300-metre hurdles 11th (53.11) Mia Wu, Colonel By
200-metres 2nd (23.66) Liam Moore, Colonel By
Discus 13th (30.06m) Alain Cimankiindi, Samuel Genest
200-metres 4th (26.55) Ding Ran Dai, Colonel By
300-metre hurdles 5th (46.48) Alexia Lamothe, Cairine
Triple Jump 10th (9.63m) Victoire Kpade, Colonel By
200-metres 3rd (22.78) Tim Arbido, Colonel By
1500-metres DNF Sebastian Saville, Colonel By
400-metre hurdles 2nd (55.33) Isaiah Moses, Gloucester
400-metre hurdles 10th (1:01.72) Teddy Dumont, Beatrice-Desloges
7th (49.19) Josh Rector, Colonel By
1500-metres 5th (4:45.60) Lindsay Kary, St, Matthew
1500-metres 15th (5:15.28) Caitlyn Morris, Colonel By
400-metre hurdles 4th (1:05.98) Alannah McBride, Colonel
400-metre hurdles 5th (1:07:38) Marie Eve Dahms, Beatrice-Desloges
Jump 11th (1.40m) Jamie Loh, Cairine Wilson
Jump 15th (1.40m) Caroline Foody, Colonel By
5:30 p.m., May 30)
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