SAS x-country team in stellar form

The Salmon Arm Secondary cross country team excelled in the Valley Championships on their home turf at Larch Hills last week

  • Oct. 28, 2015 12:00 p.m.

The Salmon Arm Secondary cross country team excelled in the Valley Championships on their home turf at Larch Hills last week.

The junior boys and girls and senior girls placed first, while the senior boys placed second in their respective divisions. Fourteen runners placed in the top 10 in their divisions including Glynis Sim, Rachel May, Mhari Runciman,  Chantal Jeffrey, Emma Kujat, Erin Lavery, Julia Brown, Teagan Findlay, James Hardy, Kael Amdan, Nelson Kleer, Ben Van Bergeyk, Sunny Pickup, Konrad van Varseveld, Rohan Kafle, Stephen Moore and Calvin Hepburn.

More than 100 racers from across the Okanagan and Shuswap took part in the Okanagan championships yesterday at Larch Hills.

 

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