Local athletes took part in competitions on Wednesday, May 24, to see if they could be top two in their Saskatchewan High School Athletics Association Track and Field meet and advance to Provincials in Saskatoon. Athletes will compete June 2-3.
The following athletes and events are those that are advancing to provincials. Congratulations to all athletes that participated.
Cody Dowis – Midget Boys – jumped 5.6 metres to earn second place and move on to Provincials.
Brittany Klassen – Midget Girls – threw discus 21.86 metres for second place.
Abigail Birch – Junior Girls – ran hurdles in 15.84 seconds for second place in 80m hurdles.
Braeden Magotiaux – Junior Boys – placed second in discus with a throw of 29.14 metres.
Tucker Sharp – Midget Boys – ranked first in the 1500m with 4:49:57. He also ranked first in 3000m at 11:13:40.
Gracie Schutz – Junior Girls – earned second place in the 200 m distance with a time of 28:46 seconds. She also earned first place in the 400m with a time of 1:06:88 minutes and first place in the 100 m with a time of 13:78 seconds. Schutz also finished tied for second overall Aggregate Points for Junior Girls with 28 points.
Taylor Sargent – Senior Girls – took first place in the 100 m event with a time of 13:30 seconds. She also earned first in 80 m hurdles with a time of 12:90 seconds. Sargent will be looking for gold this year in provincial hurdles after finishing with a silver medal last year.
Jorja Bendtsen – Senior Girls – earned second place in 80 m hurdles with a time of 13:24 seconds.
Karli Colpitts – Senior Girls – took first place in shot put with a throw of 10.11 metres, a full metre further than the second place finisher. She also threw discuss for first place at 32.50 metres; approximately eight metres further than the second place finisher. Colpitts also took second place in Javelin with a throw of 27.83 metres. She also earned first in Aggregate Points for Senior Girls with 28 points.
Katie Weinrauch – Midget Girls – finished second in the 1500m with a time of 5:28:63 minutes. She also earned first place in the 3000 m with a time of 13:08:77 minutes.
Brantly Carson – Junior Boys – will advance in long jump after winning the event with a distance of 6.09 metres. He will also advance in triple jump with a distance of 10.97 metres.
Madison Stinson – Junior Girls – earned second in triple jump with a distance of 8.94 metres.
Mykel Biermann – Junior Boys – earned first place in triple jump with a distance of 11.01 metres.
William Brimner – Senior Boys – earned second place in 100 m hurdles with a time of 22:27 seconds.
Jessica Magotiaux – Midget Girls – ran 14:51 seconds in the 100 m for a close second place finish. She also earned first place in hurdles with a time of 14:18 seconds and placed first in long jump with a distance of 4.77 metres. She also finished third overall Aggregate Points for Midget Girls with 28 points.
Erin Le Nouail – Junior Girls – earned first in the 800 m event with a time of 2:54:58 minutes, second in the 1500 m event with a time of 6:15:34 minutes, and first place in the 3000 metre event with a time of 13:56:46 minutes. She also finished the day tied for second with Aggregate Points for Junior Girls with 28 points.
Jackson Goudy – Midget Boys – threw javelin for 39.22 metres.
Jenelle Breault – Junior Girls – earned second place in the 400 m event with a time of 1:13:08 minutes.
Lucas Porter –Midget Boys – earned second place in Shot Put with a throw of 11.37 m.
Jacey Patterson – Midget Girls – placed second in the 200 m with a time of 31:71 seconds.
Jose Villeta – Junior Boys – ran 100 metres in 12:46 seconds for first place in his category.
Olivia Lawrence – Senior Girls – took first place in long jump with a distance of 5.35 metres. Lawrence also tied for second with Aggregate Points for Senior Girls at 26.
Junior Girls 4x100m relay
Abigail Birch (Arcola), Emilee Wagner (Arcola), Gracie Schutz (Carlyle), and Caz Barnstable (Estevan) placed first with a time of 54:59 seconds.
Senior Girls 4x100m relay
Jorja Bendtsen (Carlyle), Taylor Sargent (Carlyle), Morgan Fichter (Estevan), and Tatianna Dutka (Estevan) with a time of 51:92 seconds, which also set a South East District Athletic Association record. This group will be attempting to better their bronze medal finish from last year at Provincials.