CORNWALL – Athletes from St. Mary-St. Cecilia took home a series of wins including two breaking track records at the annual intermediate end of season track and field meet at St. Joe’s in Cornwall June 15th.
Aodhan Lowson won the Grade 7 boys 60-metre sprint with a time of 7.426 seconds, breaking the previous track record of 7.428 seconds. Lowson also won in the Grade 7 boys 100-metre and in the relays. He placed second in the shot put event.
Morgan Byvelds won the Grade 8 girls 100-metre race with a time of 13.05 seconds, breaking the previous record of 13.16 seconds. She also won the 60-metre event and finished second in the 200-metre event.
The Grade 7 boys 4×100-metre relay team of Spencer Barclay, Raiden Foote, Drake Wahsquonaikezhik and Lowson finished in first place for the event.
Barclay brought home first in the Grade 7 softball throw, while Foote finished second in the Grade 7 800-metre race.
Camrin Connors finished third for the Grade 7 girls Shot Put and 60-metre sprint events while James Szuky was third in the Grade 7 boys running long jump event.
The Grade 8 boys 4×100-metre relay team of Nolan Henry, Owen Fetterly, Ben Lapier and Collin Vanhoof took home second in their event.
Lapier and Fetterly finished in first and second respectively in the Grade 8 boys softtball throw event, while Vanhoof was third in the standing long jump.
In the Grade 8 boys shot put event, Tyler Barkley finished in first place. Dakota Sheldrick finished third in the running long jump and the 100-metre race event.