Students from David Hoy elementary school makes her way to the finish line. (Aman Parhar photo)

Students from David Hoy elementary school makes her way to the finish line. (Aman Parhar photo)

Elementary school students compete in a cross country race

The event held at the Nechako Valley Sporting Association grounds saw students from across SD91 participate

SD 91 Elementary X-Country race was held on Oct. 10 at the Nechako Valley Sporting Association grounds.

Below are the results and photos from the event.

Individual results

Primary girls, grade 2 and grade 3:

1st — Kavita Dhillon from W.L. McLeod Elementary School

2nd — Riata Steffey from Sinkut View Elementary School

3rd — Brooklyn Johnson from Sinkut View Elementary School

Primary boys:

1st — Ezra Hogarth from Sinkut View Elementary School

2nd — Peter Simoes from Sinkut View Elementary School

3rd — Aidan Boyd from David Hoy Elementary School

Junior girls, grade 4 and grade 5:

1st — Lyric Kessler from W.L. McLeod Elementary School

2nd — Brenna McCleary from W.L. McLeod Elementary School

3rd — Leah Wadell from David Hoy Elementary School

Junior boys:

1st — Joran Hogarth from Sinkut View Elementary School

2nd — Holden Carpenter from Evelyn Dickson Elementary School

3rd — Ty Johnson from Sinkut View Elementary School

Senior girls, grade 6 and grade 7:

1st — Ava Bailey from Evelyn Dickson Elementary School

2nd — Elli Carpenter from Evelyn Dickson Elementary School

3rd — Michelle Inte from Evelyn Dickson Elementary School

Senior boys:

1st — Gavin Kosie from W.L. McLeod Elementary School

2nd — Aiden Simrose from W.L. McLeod Elementary School

3rd — Skyler Hanks from David Hoy Elementary School

Team results

Primary Girls, grade 2 and grade 3:

1st — Mapes Elementary School (18 points)

2nd — W.L. McLeod Elementary School (20 points)

3rd — Sinkut View Elementary School(21 points)

Primary Boys:

1st — Sinkut View Elementary School (13 points)

2nd — Evelyn Dickson Elementary School (20 points)

3rd — W.L. McLeod Elementary School (29 points)

Junior girls, grade 4 and grade 5:

1st — David Hoy Elementary School (12 points)

2nd — W.L. McLeod Elementary School (13 points)

3rd — Evelyn Dickson Elementary School (30 points)

Junior boys:

1st — Sinkut View Elementary School (16 points)

2nd — Evelyn Dickson Elementary School (16 points)

3rd — David Hoy Elementary School (32 points)

Senior girls, grade 6 and grade 7:

1st — Evelyn Dickson Elementary School (6 points)

2nd — David Hoy Elementary School (19 points)

3rd — Sinkut View Elementary School (37 points)

Senior boys:

1st—W.L. McLeod Elementary School (10 points)

2nd — Evelyn Dickson Elementary School (19 points)

3rd — Sinkut View Elementary School (51 points)

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Elementary school students enjoy their day at the Nechako Valley Sporting Association grounds. (Aman Parhar photo)

Elementary school students enjoy their day at the Nechako Valley Sporting Association grounds. (Aman Parhar photo)

Students cheer on athletes from their school during the event. (Aman Parhar photo)

Students cheer on athletes from their school during the event. (Aman Parhar photo)

Another student from David Hoy Elementary makes her way to the finish line. (Aman Parhar photo)

Another student from David Hoy Elementary makes her way to the finish line. (Aman Parhar photo)

Sinkut View students cheer on their athlete during the event. (Aman Parhar photo)

Sinkut View students cheer on their athlete during the event. (Aman Parhar photo)

Student from EDS during the event. (Aman Parhar photo)

Student from EDS during the event. (Aman Parhar photo)

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