Two proud Quesnel Junior Secondary school racers at the NVSA grounds. NVSS won in almost all categories of the race.

NVSS tops racetrack

The first NVSS race of the season took place on Saturday on the NVSA track. The NVSS racers came out well ahead of the other teams.



The first NVSS race of the season took place on Saturday on the NVSA track. The NVSS racers came out well ahead of the other teams in both the 4.3 and 6.4 kilometre races. The Nechako Valley Sporting Association racetrack supported dozens of athletes all running from the same starting line.

 

Senior boys 6.4km race:

First – Alexander Nemethy –  Nechako Valley – VH

Second – Colten Illingworth  – College Heights – PG

Third – Isaac Goodrich – College Heights – PG

 

Girls 4.3km race:

First –  Olivia Baptiste – Quesnel Jr.

Second – Julia Babicz – College Heights – PG

Third – Georgia Verduzco – Nechako Valley – VH

 

Boys 4.3 km race:

First – Charlie Borek – Nechako Valley – VH

Second – Jonathon Mueller – Nechako Valley – VH

Third – Simon Nemethy – WL McLeod – VH

 

In the team category:

Girls:

NVSS – First

College Heights – Second

Quesnel Jr.  – Third

Correlieu – Fourth

Boys:

NVSS – First

DP Tod – Second

Quesnel Jr. – Third

Correlieu – Fourth

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