Manitoulin athletes shine at North Shore Secondary School track and field finals

OFSSA bound MSS travelled to Blind River to participate in the Northern Ontario Secondary School Athletics tennis championships last Thursday. Overall the team placed second in points, and the mixed doubles team of Bryce Mastelko and Mackenzie Turner, above, earned a silver medal and are travelling to the Ontario Federation of School Athletic Association finals to be held next Sunday at the Rexall Centre at York University.

ELLIOT LAKE—Manitoulin Secondary School had an excellent showing last week at the North Shore Secondary School Athletics Association (NSSSAA) track and field meet held at Elliot Lake Secondary School. Twenty-three students will be heading to the next round, the Northern Ontario Secondary School Athletics (NOSSA) this week at Scollard Hall in North Bay.

The Mustang girls top three finishes are as follows: women’s 800 metre run, midget: first, Beth Wiwchar, 3:06.06; women’s 1,500 metre run, midget: first, Beth Wiwchar, 6:29.41, second, Gabby Corbiere, 6:30.90; women’s 300 metre hurdles, midget: third, Beth Wiwchar, 1:00.56; women’s 4×100 metre relay, midget: third, Gabby Corbiere, Faith Taylor, Beth Wiwchar and Hannah Woestenenk, 1:02.87; women’s long jump, midget: second, Hannah Woestenenk, 3.72 metres; women’s shot put 3kg, midget: second, Hannah Woestenenk, 9.83 metres; women’s 100 metre dash, junior: first, Ashlyn Hare, 13.85, third, Maggie Eadie, 14.53; women’s 300 metre hurdles, junior: third, Kristina Renwick, 59.00; women’s 4×100 metre relay, junior: second, Maggie Eadie, Hallom Hamid, Ashlyn Hare and Kristine Renwick, 1:03.28; women’s long jump, junior: first, Maggie Eadie, 3.68 metres; women’s triple jump, junior: first, Ashlyn Hare, 9.12 metres, third, Kristina Renwick, 8.57 metres; women’s long jump, junior: first, Maggie Eadie, 3.68 metres; women’s triple jump, junior, first, Ashlyn Hare, 9.12 metres, third, Kristina Renwick, 8.57 metres; women’s 100 metre dash, senior: first, Kennedy Lanktree, 13.84; women’s 400 metre dash, senior: second, Kennedy Lanktree, 1:11.13; women’s 800 metre run, senior: second, Mackenzie Turner, 2:59.40, third, Jessica Marshall, 3:06.24; women’s 1,500 metre run, senior: second, Karissa Merrylees, 6:18.21, third, Jessica Marshall, 6:42.93; women’s 3,000 metre run, senior: second, Karissa Merrylees, 13:04.15, Mackenzie Turner, 13:40.28; women’s 100 metre hurdles, senior: second, Yohanna Ogbamichael, 22.75; women’s 4×100 metre relay, senior: second, Ali Cosby, Kennedy Lanktree, Yohanna Ogbamichael and Nea Saunders, 1:00.15; women’s high jump, senior: first, Kennedy Lanktree, 4.5 metres; women’s triple jump, senior: first, Nea Saunders, 9.19 metres, third, Ali Cosby, 8.39 metres; women’s discus throw, senior: second, Kylie Cranston, 23.66 metres; women 4×400 metre relay open: third place, Mackenzie Turner, Jessica Marshall, Karissa Merrylees and Nea Saunders, 5:12.63.

The Mustang boys’ top three results are: men’s 100 metre dash, midget: third, Douglas Robinson, 13.63; men’s long jump, midget: first, Alex Ingram, 4.35 metres; men’s triple jump, second, Alex Ingram, 9.19 metres; men’s shot put, midget: first, Matthew Redmond, 11.11 metres; men’s discus throw, midget: first, Matthew Redmond, 26.78 metres; men’s javelin throw, midget: first, Douglas Robinson, 32.95 metres; men’s 800 metre run, junior: first, James Scott, 2:08.56; men’s 1,500 metre run, junior: first, James Scott, 4:29.13; men’s 3,00 metre run, junior: first, James Scott, 10:04.31; men’s 100 mere dash, senior: second, Thomas Hayden, 11.90; third, William Scott, 12.06; men’s 100 metre dash, senior: first, William Scott, 11.94, second, Thomas Hayden, 11.97; men’s 200 metre dash, senior: first, William Scott, 24.47; men’s 400 metre dash, senior: third, William Scott, 1:01.06; men’s 400 metre dash, senior: third, William Scott, 54.16; men’s 800 metre run, senior: third, Romme Hamid, 2:18.50; men’s 4×100 metre relay, senior: third, Connor Croft, Romme Hamid, Thomas Hayden and William Scott, 50.72; men’s long jump, senior: third, Thomas Hayden, 5.18 metres; men’s discus throw, senior: third, Thomas Hayden, 32.49 metres; men’s 4×100 metre relay open: second, Thomas Hayden, James Scott, Romme Hamid and William Scott, 4:02.37.

In team scores, MSS placed second with 204 points for girls and third with 154 points for the boys’ division.