NVSS runs ahead in Cottonwood Island Park

13 students in the top 8 for their race category — seven in top three — the NVSS cross-country team's first race in Cottonwood Island Park

NVSS cross-country team’s first race of the season took place in Cottonwood Island Park in Prince George on Sept. 26.

With 13 students placed in the top 8 for their race category — seven in top three — the NVSS cross-country team leapt off in the season’s first race in Prince George’s Cottonwood Island Park last Saturday.

16 NVSS participated with 56 other running in the area with a distance of 4.1 km for all categories, except the senior boys who ran 6.1 km.

“Team is off to a great start!” Cross-country coach Brian Nemethy.

Next race will take place on Saturday at NVSA sporting grounds.


Sr. Boys race:

Charlie Borek 3rd, Matthew Ebert 7th


Sr Girls race: Kaitlyn Verduzco 3rd, Angela Kulchar 6th, Taryn Stephen 7th


Jr. Girls Race: Camille Ouellet 2nd


Juvenile Girls Race: Isabelle Turgeon 4th


Juvenile Boys Race: Logan Sewell 3rd, Alex Bruma 5th, Connor Ebert 7th


Bantam Boys Race: Elliot Tone 3rd


Bantam Girls Race: Payton Mueller 2nd


Grade 7 girls race: Lauren Dyck 2nd


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