New Brunswick Legion Team Shines in Sherbrooke

Posted on Aug 10 2022

The New Brunswick Legion Team had some impressive performances last weekend in Sherbrooke, PQ with three medals amassed and a handful of top-10 performances achieved.

Audree LeBlanc took home a silver medal in th U16 shot put with a new Provincial record with a launch of 12.88m.

Juliana Lemaire clenched the silver medal in the U16 1500m steeplechase in a time of 5:27.70

The U16 girls medley relay grabbed on to a bronze medal with a time of 4:28.83. The team was made up of Felicia Mortimer, Sadie Enstrom, Claire Nowlan and Malika Allain.

Coming close to a medal but falling just short to finish fourth, was Breilan Levi Labobe in the U16 200mH, Everett Kent in the U16 high jump in the 1.76m, and the U16 boys 4x100m relay comprised of Anthony Richards, Greysen Tremble, Ben Gray, Tristan Lepage.

Finishing the championships in 6th place was Sydney Walker in the U18 shot put (10.25m), Ariane Noel in the U16 high jump (1.50m), the U16 boys medley relay (Ben Gray, Anthony Richards, Greysen Tremble and Noah Mackinnon), the U18 boys 4x100m (David Valencia, Jack Mellish, Jackson Banks and Francis Charles Roussel), the U18 girls 4x400m (Nicole Trites, Sophie Dube, Madalyn Mackinnon, Anna Somers)

Coming in at a solid 7th place was Emma LeBlanc in the U16 high jump (1.50m) and the U16 4x100m girls relay (Kym Daigle, Audree LeBlanc, Emma LeBlanc, Shaniece Smikle).

8th: Greysen Tremble in the U16 300m, Ariane Noel in the U16 discus, U18 girls 4x100m (Sophie Dube, Monika Dubrowski, Nicole Trites, Anna Somers), and the U18 boys 4x400m relay (Francis Roussel, Isaac Maclean, Jack Mellish, and Dylan Campbell)

9th: Everett Kent in the U16 javelin

10th: Malika Allain in the U16 800m, and Madalyn Mackinnon in the U18 800m.