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Stadium Records Fall at Bob Vigars Classic

It had already been a long day before the Bob Vigars Classic got started on Saturday night, as day 2 of the OFSAA West Regionals concluded. Many of our volunteers had already put in 8+hrs that day, as well as the day before. While a tired, but still cheery crew of volunteers kept plugging away, well-rested athletes arrived ready to heat up the track. 4 stadium records were broken at the our meet this year, showing that the Bob Vigars Classic is a meet that should be on your calendar next year! Andre Ford-Azonwanna kicked things off winning the men's 100m with a time of 10.37s. He was the class of the field, but it was a strong one, with the slowest time in the final being 10.82s. Andre For

Road to OFSAA

OFSAA West Regionals wrapped up Saturday afternoon, those who placed in the top 4 will be heading to OFSAA this weekend in Bellville, ON. Many athletes walked away with a smile on their face and a hop in their step as they prepare for this weekend. (Senior Boys 100m semi-final at OFSAA West Regionals) Photo by: Howard Adams By the numbers… Gold- 11: Adam Nalywaiko (SB100m), Mark Bujnowski (SB SP, SB DT), Owen McDonald (MB100mH, MB PV), Matt MacNeill (SB400mH), Monica Grigore (MG PV), Lauren Hurrell (JG PV), Sabrena Small (JG200m), Josh Mather (SB JT), Kyle Koyanagi (JB800m) Silver- 13: Kyle Koyanagi (JB1500m), Christian Panhuis (JB DT), Grant Luke (JB400m), Ireland Crowther (JG80mH), Laura

LW Shines at Windy WOSSA

Athletes at WOSSA had to endure a wide range of weather patterns over the 2 days last week. Day 1 saw 30 degrees and sunshine, combined with gale-force winds all day long. It was a challenging environment to compete in. Day 2 saw relief from the heat, but perhaps too much, as the temperature dropped to singlet digits for a good part of the day, but less wind. The joys of spring track and field in Canada. The weather couldn't hold back our athletes, as they continue to be a force to reckon with on the road to OFSAA. (Megan Dunn of Dorchester on her way to a silver medal in Senior Girls 100mH) Photo by: Howard Adams By the numbers... Gold - 21 Silver - 21 Bronze - 23 Top 6 - 114 Top 10 -

Historic Showing At TVRAA And Huron Perth

85 WOSSA qualifiers, 34 gold, 26 silver, and 25 bronze! London Western’s high school athletes had a historic showing at last week’s conference meets. (Mark Bujnowski takes gold in SP, with a big throw of 17.89m) Photo by: Howard Adams TVRAA Midget Boys: Owen McDonald (Strathroy) – 1st 400m with 55.33, 1st 100m H with 14.97, 1st Pole Vault with 3.10m Jackson Lippert (CCH) – 5th 100m Girls: Leah Kitching (Lucas) – 6th Long Jump, 7th Triple Jump Monica Grigore (Oakridge) – 1st Pole Vault with 2.80m, 5th 80mH Megan Langhorn (Oakridge) – 3rd Pole Vault with 2.40m, 4th Triple Jump Kaitlyn Allen (Medway) – 1st 100m with 13.4, 4th 200m Erin Alpaugh (Oakridge) – 6th 80m H, 9th Triple Jump Amera Pratt

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