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Jun 13 2019 - New-Brunswick Middle School Track and Field Championships

 

 

On Wednesday June 12ththe Moncton Stadium hosted the New-Brunswick Middle School Track and Field Championships. The day was filled with sunshine, smiles and great performances.  Over 30 schools attended and a total of 608 kids participated. Six middle school records were set yesterday. George St Middle School from Fredericton won the team banner. 

 

Here are the standout results from the different categories:

 

Grade 6 girls

 

-Sam Patterson from St. Stephen Middle School had some awesome performances finishing first in the 80m (11.77), second in the 150m (22.79) and first in the 80m hurdles (15.79).

-Allyson Lawson from Riverview Middle School had a great day on the track winning gold in the 800m (5:56.06) and silver in the 1200m (4:36.17).

-Emma Leblanc from École Camille-Vautour tied the high jump record with an impressive jump of 1.30m.

-Lola-May Mutch of Max Aitken won gold in the softball throw (33.81m) and also a silver in the shot put (7.08m).

 

Grade 7 girls

 

-Courtney Sproule from Ridgeview Middle School finished first in the 80m (11.12) and in the 150m (20.71).

-Anna Somers from St. Stephen Middle School had an awesome day on the track winning gold in the 1200m (4:14.92) and two silvers in the 80m (11.30) and the 150m (21.20)

-Ana McCain had some great performances finishing first in both the 80m hurdles (16.44) and the 200m hurdles (36.16) , she also won a bronze in the high jump (1.30m).

-Olivia Barrett from Hampton Middle School broke the softball throw record with a throw of 43.03m.

 

Grade 8 girls

 

-Sophie Dubé from Sainte-Anne had a great day finishing first in the 100m (13.63), second in the 200m (29.08) and second in the long jump (3.94m)

-Erica Mah from Gretna Green broke the 80m hurdles record with a new time of 13.63, she also won gold in the 200m hurdles (32.10) and bronze in the long jump (3.75m).

-Alexa Fairweather from St. Stephen threw 43.03m in the softball throw breaking the previous record of 41.80m.

 

Grade 6 boys

 

-Justin Pamogas from l’Envolée had an amazing day winning a triple gold in the 80m (11.21), 150m (21.09) and the long jump (4.25m)

-Caden Wolverton from George St.  won gold in the 800m (2:48.21) and bronze in the 1200m (4:33.60).

-Alex Hartford-McLeod from St. Stephen Middle School won a double gold in the softball throw (45.50m) and the shot put (9.61m).

 

Grade 7 boys

 

-Jack Mellish from Salisbury won gold in the 80m (10.39), 150m (19.15) and tied for first in the long jump (4.26m).

-Tejas Harvey finished first in the 200m hurdles (31.81) and third in the 80m hurdles (14.74).

-Nick Robichaud from George St. broke the softball throw record with a throw of 52.30m.

 

Grade 8 boys

 

-Jackson Banks from Devon Middle school had an amazing day winning gold in the 100m (12.34), gold in the 200m (25.94) and silver in the long jump (5.07m).

-Owen Blacquier from George St. finished first in the 800m (2:23.58), first in the 1200m (3:49.29) and second in the 300m (42.42)

-Isaac Jewett from Devon won gold in the high jump (1.55m), bronze in the 300m (42.46) and gold in the 200m hurdles (28.70m).

-Jackson Leech from Evergreen Park broke the softball throw record with a throw of 55.10m.

 

The full results available here: https://www.anb.ca/Results/view-results.php?id=1086

 

The RJTW Provincial Championships will be held in Saint-John next weekend on the 23rdof June. Anyone under the age of 14 can attend. More information can be found here: https://www.trackie.com/online-registration/event/east-coast-games-nb-outdoor-champs/31543/#.XQJsYi0ZP-a

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