SAS team stays atop the zone

The Salmon Arm Secondary Cross-Country Running team took first-place finishes

Finish in sight: Salmon Arm Secondary’s Cole Smith speeds to a second place finish for senior boys at Larch Hills Oct. 19 in the North Zone competition.

Continuing its domination, the Salmon Arm Secondary Cross-Country Running team took first-place finishes in senior boys, senior girls and junior boys as well as second in junior girls at the North Zones held at Larch Hills Wednesday, Oct. 19.

A total of 49 female runners and 40 male runners took to the trails, with excellent results for the SAS team.

Salmon Arm’s Emmy Sim won the girls race and Thomas Hardy won the boys.

• Senior boys – 1st Thomas Hardy, 2nd Cole Smith, 3rd James Whitehead, 4th Kyle Flatman, 5th Brady Roy, 6th Caleb Leyenhorst, 7th Thibault Pellet and 9th Tahvo Simonson.

• Junior boys – 1st Jon Bakker, 2nd John Connor, 3rd Don Robinson, 6th Mitchell Smith, 7th Max Scharf and 22nd Brody Burge.

• Senior girls – 2nd Stella Mozin, 5th Liz Szoke, 6th Emma Shaule, 7th Meryn Sim, 8th Taylor Bahen, 9th Carmen Underhill, 10th Jasmine Hare and 14th Heather Savage.

• Junior girls – 1st Emmy Sim (and first girl overall), 11th Elena Bruns, 12th Lisa Petterson, 15th Eliza-Jane Kitchen, 17th Tara MacMillan and 23rd Kaisha Fagrie.

SAS hosted the Okanagans yesterday at Larch Hills (results after presstime).

The top three senior teams and 20 individuals will continue on to provincials.


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