Central Island Track and Field Meet – Senior results

Senior girls

100m

Taryn Smiley (CSS) 11.93

Chicago Bains (CSS) 12.38

Toni Spiteri (QMS) 14.61

 

200m

Tia Baker (Kelsey) 26.03

Emily Adams (Chemainus) 30.59

Denni Atleo (Dwight) 34.47

 

400m

Tia Baker (Kelsey) 59.78

Belle White (home schooled) 1:11.43

 

800m

Emily Adams (Chemainus) 2:54.37

 

1500m

Belle White (home schooled) 6:09.10

 

3000m

Karlie Castle (QMS) 15:43.0

 

4x100m

Cowichan Secondary 49.92

Queen Margaret’s 59.99

 

100m hurdles

Chicago Bains (CSS) 14.94

 

300m hurdles

Chicago Bains (CSS) 45.54

 

Discus

Caleigh Coels (QMS) 21.77m

Cass Dayton-Mills (Kelsey) 20.08m

Emily Adams (Chemainus) 19.54m

 

Javelin

Cass Dayton-Mills (Kelsey) 21.97m

Patricia Masur (QMS) 13.29m

Crystal Leung (QMS) 12.82m

 

Shot put

Caleigh Coels (QMS) 8.3m

Sarah Ferguson (CSS) 7.42m

McKenna Campbell (CSS) 5.86m

 

High jump

Abby Wadsworth (QMS) 1.40m

Ania Esquivel (QMS) 1.25m

 

Long jump

Emily Guest (Chemainus) 4.36m

Toni Spiteri (QMS) 4.25m

Courtney Roscoe (CSS) 3.96m

 

Triple jump

Cass Dayton-Mills (Kelsey) 8.19m

Courtney Roscoe (CSS) 8.68m

Belle White (home schooled) 7.31m

 

Senior Boys

100m

Eric Williams (Dwight) 11.01

Kain Melchior (CSS) 11.44

Riley Caljouw (CSS) 12.16

 

200m

Liam Lindsay (CSS) 22.26

Eric Williams (Dwight) 23.59

Kabir Bellerose (Brentwood) 24.51

 

400m

Liam Lindsay (CSS) 51.24

Zach Komst (CSS) 54.44

Kabir Bellerose (Brentwood) 54.61

 

800m

Rocky Robinson (CSS) 2:28.25

Doug Groenendijk (DCS) 2:32.83

 

1500m

Eric Hartford (Kelsey) 4:42.97

Rocky Robinson (CSS) 5:13.05

 

3000m

Eric Hartford (Kelsey) 10:20.12

 

4x100m

Cowichan Secondary 45.13

Chemainus 48.9

Dwight 50.69

 

Discus

Derek Hayes (CSS) 32.8m

Josh Charles (CSS) 31.5m

Zach Diewert (Chemainus) 26.5m

 

Javelin

Josh Charles (CSS) 43.29m

CJ Pagaduan (CSS) 38.03m

Derek Hayes (CSS) 35.65m

 

Shot put

Richard Moore (Chemainus) 11.57m

Josh Charles (CSS) 10.64m

Zach Diewert (Chemainus) 10.58m

 

High jump

Josh Charles (CSS) 1.75m

Kain Melchior (CSS) 1.70m

Derek Hayes (CSS) 1.45m

 

Long jump

Kain Melchior (CSS) 6.47m

Liam Lindsay (CSS) 6.20m

Kaelan Colbourne (CSS) 5.76m

 

Triple jump

Kain Melchior (CSS) 13.12m

Garion Ferguson (CSS) 10.07m

Ben Moore (Chemainus) 10.07m

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