Lisa Caruso - MG Pole Vault, Chloe Knox - SG Long Jump, Owen McDonald - SB Pole Vault
Daniela Beckett - MG Pole Vault, Brianna Rand - MG 300mH, Connor Maclean - MB 300mH, Chloe Knox - SG Triple Jump
Total Medals: 8
Top 8 Finishes: 23
Finally, the nice weather showed up and it was perfect timing! The sun was shining and it was nice and hot for all 3 days of OFSAA this year in Guelph. Special shout out to our lone double-medalist, Chloe Knox, who ends her high school career with a silver in LJ and bronze in TJ.
Brianna Rand sprints to her bronze medal in the midget girls 300mH
Daniela Beckett (Mother Teresa) 3rd Pole Vault
Lisa Caruso (Oakridge) 2nd Pole Vault, 10th Long Jump
Amber Judge (MDHS) - 10th TJ, 6th PV
Brianna Rand (Dorchester) - 3rd 300mH
Connor Maclean (MDHS) – 10th 100mH, 3rd 300mH
Connor Maclean on the homestretch of the midget boys 300mH, where he captured bronze.
Helene Bouffard (Saunders) 7th PV
Tyler Larson (Banting) 10th DT
Liv Sands (Oakridge) 5th SP
Logan Gensens (Medway) 5th TJ
Sam Morrow (MTS) 6th SP, 15th DT
Great performance from Liv Sands to finish 5th in senior girls shot put
Chloe Knox is airborne, as she leaps to silver in senior girls long jump. She also took bronze in triple jump.
Sabrena Small (Laurier) 18th 200m
Clarissa Sladek (Medway) 8th 3000m
Tori Bouck (Banting) 4th 3000m
Monica Grigore (Oakridge) 8th PV
Megan Langhorn (Oakridge) 5th PV
Lauren Hurrell (Bessette) 4th PV
Chloe Knox (Lucas) 2nd LJ, 3rd TJ
Makayla Roy (Stratford NW) 7th JT
Tori Bouck (L) finished 4th in the senior girls 3000m
Jadyn Luna takes the baton from her teammate on the final exchange of the 4x100. Medway took home the silver medal.
Chris Caruso (Oakridge) 8th PV
Kyle Koyanagi (Laurier) 7th 800m, 8th 1500m
Eric Klassen (Banting) 8th 3000m
Owen McDonald (Strathroy) 2nd PV
Ethan Cruz (STA) 10th HJ
Christian Panhuis (Banting) 16th SP
Owen Mueller (STA) 14th DT
Owen McDonald and Chris Caruso with happy coach, Liz. Owen took the silver medal in senior boys pole vault and Chris was 8th. Photo cred: Karen McDonald
That concludes the 2019 high school track season. Now, the high school kids switch gears to focus on the summer club season. Best of luck everyone!