Youth Challenge Series Meet #2

We are entering into our second meet of Outdoor Track. We also welcome three more new members to the team.

What a remarkable day for our runners to perform at there second meet today. I feel each of our runners have performed at there best. We can’t wait to see how each will perform in meets to come, most importantly, looking for personal records (PR).

Emmanuel 200m

Even our new comers (Finn O’Meara, Boris Sickin, and Jordyn Katz) came out and performed great. We can’t wait to see how they’ll perform later in the season.

Finn New Memeber to the team

Other notable performance of the week:

  • David O’Meara, 9-10 BOYS,

–– 800m 3:01.80, – 16th (Overall)

–– Long Jump 3.23m, – 10th (Overall)

  • Bryana Marshall, 13-14 GIRLS,

–– Long Jump 3.67m, – 15th (Overall)

–– 200m 28.26, – 8th (Overall)

–– 400m 1:02.75, – 3th (Overall)

  • Emmanuel Marshall, 9-10 BOYS,

–– 200m 31.61, – 8th (Overall)

–– Long Jump 3.87m, – 2nd (Overall)

  • Christopher Marshall, 9-10 BOYS,

–– 400m 1:27.33, – 34th (Overall)

–– 200m 32.90, – 16th (Overall)

–– Long Jump 3.02m, – 13th (Overall)

  • Boris Sickin, 9-10 BOYS,

–– 400m 1:42.78, – 44th (Overall)

–– 200m 42.92, – 53rd (Overall)

–– Long Jump 1.99m, – 24th (Overall)

  • Abigail Melican, 15-16 GIRLS,

–– 400m 1:09.98, – 13th (Overall)

–– 800m 2:44.26, – 53rd (Overall)

  • Jordyn Katz, 15-16 GIRLS,

–– 400m 1:08.07, – 11th (Overall)

–– 200m 28.83, – 6th (Overall)

  • Sophie Ahmad, 11-12 GIRLS,

–– 400m 1:16.79, – 29th (Overall)

–– 800m 3:04.75, – 21th (Overall)

–– Long Jump 2.75m, – 19th (Overall)

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