Campbell wins at first day of OFSSA West

Hunter Campbell wins the Junior Men's Discus

Four Lancers qualify for OFSSA

Hunter Campbell hurled the discus 53.58m to win first in the Junior men’s competition on the first day of OFSSA.

He’s one of four LCCVI Lancers who have qualified to compete at the provincial championships in Ottawa next weekend.

Campbell’s throw was more than five meters further than Owne Miloje of Bluevale-Waterloo. Campbell was first to take the podium at the Cambridge event.

Charlie Shaw placed second 0.44 seconds behind Liam Smith of Regina Mundi. Shaw finished with a time of 4:05.15.

Hunter Mitchell placed second in the Men’s Novice 100m hurdles with a time of 14.50s just 0.09s off the pace set by Kailer Jenney of Medway in Arva.

Jack Helps qualified for OFSSA in Senior Men’s Javelin with a throw of 45.48m.

The LCCVI Women’s Senior 4x400m team came with in a third of a second of punching its ticket to OFSSA with a fifth place finish. Dannika Maniuk, Sophia Sayers, Kaiya Gredanus and Dayna Robbins had a time of 51.36s.

Abbey Wallace and Pavia Gerrits placed seventh and eighth respectively in Senior Women’s High Jump. Wallace completed a jump of 1.50m and Gerrits leapt 1.45m.

James Grant placed eighth in the Novice Men’s 1500m with a time of 4.23.40.

Jacksen Maniuk placed eighth in Junior Men’s Triple Jump with a leap of 11.63m.

Hayden Young, James Grant, Lucas Poland and Hunter Mitchell placed eighth in the Junior Men’s 4x100m with a time of 42.72 s.

Ryan Minten placed eighth in the Junior Men’s Shot Put with a throw of 13.63m.

Tristen Nemcek threw 30.05m in the Senior Men’s Discus to place 11th.

Darius Landon jumped 1.70m in the Senior Men’s high jump placing 15th. Four students jumped 1.88m in the competition.

Hunter Duncan ran the Junior Men’s 400m in 55.35 s.

Kaiya Greydanus ran the 100m Senior Girls’ Hurdles in 16.08

The competition continues tomorrow with Hunter Duncan competing in the Junior Men’s 200m, Hunter Mitchell competes in the Novice Men’s 300m Hurdles, Charlie Shaw and James Grant take on the field at the Senior Men’s and Men’s Novice 800m respectively.