Photos: Cross country provincials held in Abbotsford

Reuben Daniel from NVSS. (Photo courtesy - Brian Nemethy)

Vanderhoof’s cross-country teams are back from provincials held in Abbotsford last week.

The junior boys team placed 14th out of 32 teams. There were a total of 287 boys in the race.

Below are the names of the team members and their race standings in brackets.

Tanton Mueller (80), Rayon Remple (110), Reuben Daniel (140), Judith Klassen (141), Jonathan van Betuw (171), Dominic Lepoidevin (219), Tim Teichroeh (223).

The junior girls team included Madison Seely (71), Danica Bailey (144), Alis McLeary (187). The junior girls did not have a team this season and competed individually.

Senior girls contingent included Alexis Seely (187). And in the Senior Boys category Nolan McCleary stood 61st. There is no team this season for both the senior girls and senior boys.

Below are some photos from the event.


Aman Parhar
Editor, Vanderhoof Omineca Express

aman.parhar@ominecaexpress.com

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Junior girls team from NVSS. ((Photo courtesy - Brian Nemethy))

Alexis Seely from NVSS. (Photo courtesy - Brian Nemethy)

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