Pictured: a Vanderhoof competitor prepares to shoot a rifle during one of the races at the Omineca Ski Club in Burns Lake on the weekend of March 18-19.

Locals compete in biathlon race in Burns Lake

Vanderhoof competitors travelled to Burns Lake the weekend before last to compete at the Omineca Ski club in a Burns Lake Regional Biathlon Race.

Vanderhoof competitors travelled to Burns Lake the weekend before last to compete at the Omineca Ski club in a Burns Lake Regional Biathlon Race.

Results were as follows:

Juvenile 11 and 12: First Claire Lapointe, Prince George, second Seton Kriese Smithers, third Tyrell McComb, Vanderhoof.

Junior boys 13 and 14: First Blake Kingsley, Vanderhoof, second Colton McDougall, Prince George, third Josiah Fisher, Prince George.

Masters: First Greg Tone, Vanderhoof, second Bryan Swansburg, Smithers, third Doug McComb, Vanderhoof.

 

Recreational: First Andy Lecuyer, Terrace, second Asia Wilkinson, Vanderhoof, third Debbie Heldon, Terrace.

 

 

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