(Aman Parhar photo)

Cross-country race held in the District

Over 12 schools from across the region competed in the event

Over a hundred runners took part in the X-Country Race on Saturday at the Nechako Valley Sporting Association grounds.

Students from across twelve schools took part in the race and Brian Nemethy, NVSS X-Country head coach said the home team did really well.

NVSS Jr. boys placed first and the junior girls were second by a few points, he said.

Nolan McCleary was the top senior runner and Tanton Mueller was the junior boys top runner.

“Overall the team is strong,” Nemethy said.

“Our junior girls still need work and with three more weeks left until zones we can still improve a lot,” he said, adding that a couple of athletes are injured.

“We can pull it together, I know it,” he said.

Meanwhile, here is a list of all the other athletes who placed first at the event.

700 m Elem boys K to grade 1: Levi Rehmann from Evelyn Dickson Elementary

700 m Elem girls K to grade 1: Samara Dhillon from W.L. McLeod

1.4 km Elem boys grade 2 to 3: Ezra Hogarth of Sinkut View

1.4 km Elem girls grade 2 to 3: Kavita Dhillon from W.L. McLeod Elementary

2.1 km Elem boys grade 4 to 5: David Okebie from Cedars

2.1 km Elem girls grade 4 to 5: Brenna McCleary from W.L. McLeod Elementary

4.3 km Elem boys grade 6 to 7: Gavin Kosie from Nechako Valley Secondary School

4.3 km Elem girls grade 6 to 7: Ava Bailey from Nechako Valley Secondary School

4.3 km Bantam boys 2006: Jacob Lee from Cedars

4.3 km Bantam girls 2006: Claire Nicholas from Quesnel Junior School

4.3 km Juvenile boys 2005: Tanton Mueller from Nechako Valley Secondary School

4.3 km Juvenile girls 2005: Stephanie Arronge from Prince George Secondary School

4.3 km Junior biys 2004: Caleb Woolends from Chilliwack Secondary School

4.3 km Junior girls 2004: Ruby Nicholas from Chilliwack Secondary School

5.3 km Senior boys 2003, 02, 01: Nolan McCleary from Nechako Valley Secondary School

5.3 km Senior girls 2003, 02, 01: Katya Wood from College Heights Secondary School

5.3 km Adult men: Sam Goodrich from Prince George

5.3 km Adult women: Zoe Dhillon fromVanderhoof

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(Aman Parhar photo)

(Aman Parhar photo)

(Aman Parhar photo)

(Aman Parhar photo)

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