Gold medallists from the Mid Island track and field meet

MIDGET GIRLS 100m: Madelynn Pollock, CSS 200m: Danae Gendall, Kelsey 400m: Robin De Valk Zaiss, Kelsey 800m: Heather McKay, Q of A 1500m: Robin De Valk Zaiss, Kelsey 3000m: Divinity Arbic, Lake Cowichan Discus: Brooke Murray, CSS Javelin: Brooke Murray, CSS Shot put: Jordyn Waller, Lake Cowichan High jump: Danae Gendall, Kelsey Long jump: Madelynn Pollock, CSS Triple jump: Ashley Oud, CSS

MIDGET BOYS 100m: Jason Brandt, Q of A 200m: Logan Kits, Kelsey 400m: Ty Brant, CSS 800m: Ty Brant, CSS 1500m: Hayden Klassen, Kelsey 3000m: Hayden Klassen, Kelsey Discus: Aaron Dewit, CSS Javelin: Jaden Dewit, CSS Shot put: Nicholas Young, CSS High jump: Troy Cowan, CSS Long jump: Nathan Lowe, CSS Triple jump: Justin Ladouceur, CSS

BANTAM GIRLS 100m: Emma Dewit, CSS 200m: Emma Dewit, CSS 400m: Robyn Zinkan, Kelsey 800m: Robyn Zinkan, Kelsey 1500m: Julia Cutt, CSS 3000m: Emerald White, Kelsey Discus: Brooklyn Paisley, Kelsey Javelin: Nairee Paulus, Brentwood Shot put: Emma Dewit, CSS High jump: Mackenzie Johnston, Kelsey Long jump: Hannah Geldewys, CSS Triple jump: Charlotte Mackeil, CSS

BANTAM BOYS 100m: Jace Hilton, Kelsey 200m: Sion Griffiths, Brentwood 400m: Aiden Pacholuc, CSS 800m: Riley Wainman, CSS 1500m: Isaac Tonkin-Palmer, Kelsey 3000m: Eric Maginson, Lake Cowichan Discus: David DeVries, Kelsey Javelin: Sion Griffiths, Brentwood Shot put: Sion Griffiths, Brentwood High jump: Dawson Tomich, CSS Long jump: Adam Brownlow, Chem. Triple jump: Sion Griffiths, Brentwood

JUNIOR GIRLS 100m: Teresa Melchior, Lake Cowichan 200m: Denise Roy, Brentwood 400m: Denise Roy, Brentwood 800m: Madison Heisterman, QMS 1500m: Desirae Ridenour, CSS 3000m: Desirae Ridenour, CSS Discus: Robin Fleming, CSS Javelin: Riley Hogg, Kelsey Shot put: Danielle Groenendijk, DCS High jump: Robin Fleming, CSS Long jump: Courtney Witt, Kelsey Triple jump: Courtney Witt, Kelsey

JUNIOR BOYS 100m: Nicholas Yu, CSS 200m: Nicholas Yu, CSS 400m: Luke Armstrong, CSS 800m: Brendan Kerwin, CSS 1500m: Brendan Kerwin, CSS 3000m: Jeremy Kissack, Kelsey Discus: Kell Straker, DCS Javelin: Riley Windsor, CSS Shot put: Zack Waddington, CSS High jump: Keiran Marrett-Hitch, Brentwood Long jump: Luca Klotz, CSS Triple jump: Daniel Cheng, Chemainus

SENIOR GIRLS 100m: Taryn Smiley, CSS 200m: Nicole Lindsay, CSS 400m: Nicole Lindsay, CSS 1500m: Kath Harrison, Kelsey 3000m: Belle White, Kelsey Discus: Mikayla Cook, DCS Javelin: Tina Dicarlo, QMS Shot put: Taylor Brouer, CSS High jump: Avii Ursulam, Lake Cowichan Long jump: Rachel Jerome, Brentwood Triple jump: Emily Lindsay, CSS

SENIOR BOYS 100m: Chase Gunderson, CSS 200m: Kabir Bellerose, Brentwood 400m: Kabir Bellerose, Brentwood 800m: Philip Summers, CVOLC 1500m: Reid Urquhart, CSS 3000m: Reid Urquhart, CSS Discus: Josh Charles, CSS Javelin: Josh Charles, CSS Shot put: Noah Charles, CSS High jump: Ben Williams, CSS Long jump: Kain Powell, CSS Triple jump: Kain Melchior, CSS

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