West Shore track and field athletes enter Islands on high note

Belmont and Royal Bay students post good results at South Islands

West Shore athletes and school results from the South Island track and field championships, May 11 at the University of Victoria’s Centennial Stadium. Island meet results (from May 18-19 competition) to follow.


100 metres

Ian Kerr. Belmont, eighth

200 metres

I. Kerr (B), fourth

Bryce Franklin (B), seventh

400 metres

Jax Leeson, Belmont fifth

Lachlan Sleivert, Belmont, sixth

800 metres

B. Franklin (B), fifth

L. Sleivert (B), seventh

London Lewis (B), eighth

1,500 metres

L. Lewis, Belmont, fifth

4x100m relays

Belmont, sixth

Triple jump

J, Leeson (B), fourth

I. Kerr (B), fifth

L. Stewart (B), sixth


Carl Swanson (RB), first (37.57 metres)

High jump

Bryden Mandy (RB), third


C. Swanson (RB), second


C. Swanson (RB), first (11.48m)

J. Leeson (B), fourth


800 metres

Matthew Thomson (Royal Bay), first (two minutes, 3.07 seconds)


M. Thomson (RB), second

Griffen Buckley (B), fourth


100 metre hurdles

Brea Christie (RB), first (16.59 seconds)

Caitlyn Wilcox (RB), sixth

400 metre hurdles

B. Christie (RB), first (1:08.12)


Cassidy Steen (MD), first (5:17.99)

100 metres

Natalie McFall (B), fourth

200 metres

N. McFall (B), fourth

400 metres

N. McFall (B), third

800 metres

Zoe Lum (B), second

Triple jump

Alyson Gill (RB), fourth


Savonah Macleod (RB), fourth

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