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It was a warm day at the track on Friday, but the members of the Crusader track and field team were burning hot.
Starting in Junior Varsity, Matt Indome was the star of the show. Racing against athletes 2 years older, Indome managed to place 2nd in the 200m, 3rd in the 100m, 3rd in long jump, 2nd in 4 X 100m and 1st in the 4 X 400m.
Luc Deleau added to the JV punch bowl by placing 1st in the 400m, 3rd in the 200m, 2nd - 4X100, and 1st - 4 X 400m.
A couple other iron man performances were:
Trey Garlinski - 2nd -3000m, 3rd - 800, 3rd - 1500m,
1st - 4 X 400m, 2nd - medley relay.
Jack Taylor - 2nd - 100m hurdles, 2nd - 400m, 2nd medley relay, 5th - 200m.
More JV athletes to reach the podium were:
Bryce Stubbings - 2nd - 800m, 2nd - medley relay
Brendan Veert - 2nd - High Jump
Michael O'Shea - 1st - triple jump
Noah Monney - 3rd - 100m Hurdles, 3rd - triple jump
Gabe Pawlyshyn - 3rd - Javelin
Nic Peters and Riley Duma - 2nd - 4 X 100m
If you are still reading this then you will treated to some incredibly fascinating Varstiy results.
The Varsity team was once again led by the multi provincial champion James "bleeding head" Teschuk.
Despite losing several pints of precious blood by head butting the high jump standard, Teschuk went on to place:
1st in 200m,
2nd - 400m
2nd - javelin
3rd - 4X 100m
4th - high jump.
Mark Proven helped out the Cru by placing: 2nd - 3000m, 4th - 800m, 3rd - 4 X 100m
Stefan Hreno placed 4th- 200m, 5th - 100m, 3nd - 4X 100m
Scott Morrison helped out the Cru by stepping in and runnning a great leg on the 4X 100m to place 3rd.
That is all for now. Come back in Two weeks to get the daily updates from the Provincial Championships.