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Good times: Crossing the finish line at left is Isaac Nielsen of South Broadview Elementary, who won three events and was named top all-around Male Athlete of the meet. - Photos contributed
Good times: Crossing the finish line at left is Isaac Nielsen of South Broadview Elementary, who won three events and was named top all-around Male Athlete of the meet.
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The 2014 Aggregate Track and Field winners from the District Meet held June 3 at Little Mountain were:

For Overall Females, Jordan King (2003) of Bastion was tied at 18 points with Julie Ann Moore (2004), also of Bastion.

Overall Male went to Isaac Nielsen (2003) of South Broadview with 18 points.

In the 2004 Midget category, top Female Aggregate went to Eve Maxwell of Salmon Arm West with 11 points. Male Aggregate was Drey Trottier of Armstrong Elementary and Jacob Dewitt of Kings Christian who tied at 12 points.

In the 2003 Junior Female Aggregate division, Isabelle Riopel of South Broadview was top with 13 points, while Junior Male Aggregate prize went to Sam Hall of Hillcrest with 14 points.

2002 Intermediate Female Aggregate went to both Jackie Beauregard and Morgan Mills  of Len Wood with 17 points each, while the Intermediate Male Aggregate was Stephan Moore of Shuswap Middle School with 17.

2001 Senior Female Aggregate winner was Jaeda Ostoforoff with 17 points, while the Senior Male Aggregate went to Jack Krebbers with 16 points, both from Len Wood.

For the Team Awards, overall points were: Len Wood first with 211, Bastion 139, Shuswap Middle 124, Kings Christian 101, MVB 88, Hillcrest 87, South Broadview 63, AES 61, HP 59, N. Shuswap 54.

Adjusted scores for size of school were: Kings 513, Len Wood 437, Hillcrest 535, N. Shuswap 429, followed by Bastion in fifth place.

 

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