Oak Bay’s Lexi Scott leads the senior girls 400-metre hurdles at May 8 Lower Island Track and Field Championship at the University of Victoria’s Centennial Stadium.

On the run: Results from the Lower Island track and field championships

High School Lower Island Track and Field Championships at UVic, May 8

High School Lower Island Track and Field Championships at UVic, May 8

Outstanding Female Track Athlete:

Madelyn Brunt (Oak Bay)

1st place in 1,500m Steeple Chase (5:19.36)

 

Outstanding Male Track Athlete:

Thomas Getty (Mount Douglas)

1st place in 800m (1:58.46)

1st place in 1,500m (3:58.70)

2nd place in 3,000m (8:50.44)

 

Outstanding Female Field Athlete:

Courtenay Neville-Rutherford (Parkland)

1st place in Hammer Throw (44.63m)

Outstanding Male Field Athlete:

Marcin Deron (St Andrew’s)

1st place in Triple Jump (12.29m)

 

Top Bantam Girls Team Points:

1)   St. Andrew’s

2)   Reynolds

3)   Oak Bay

4)   Dunsmuir

5)   Mount Douglas

6)   St. Margaret’s

 

Top Bantam Boys Team Points:

1)   Oak Bay

2)   Lambrick Park

3)   St. Andrew’s

4)   Mount Douglas

5)   Reynolds

6)   Claremont

 

 

Top Junior Girls Team Points:

1)   Oak Bay

2)   Mount Douglas

3)   St. Andrew’s

4)   St. Michaels

5)   Belmont

6)   Pacific Christian School

 

Top Junior Boys Team Points:

1)   Oak Bay

2)   Mount Douglas

3)   Lambrick Park

4)   St. Andrews/Belmont (tie)

5)   Claremont

6)   Glenlyon Norfolk School

 

Top Senior Girls Team Points:

1)   Oak Bay

2)   St. Andrew’s

3)   Reynolds

4)   St. Michaels

5)   Belmont

6)   Mount Doug/Parkland (tie)

 

Top Senior Boys Team Points:

1)   Oak Bay

2)   Mount Douglas

3)   St. Andrew’s

4)   Claremont

5)   Lambrick Park

6)   Glenlyon/St. Michaels (tie)

 

Top Six Total School Points Combined:

1)   Oak Bay

2)   St. Andrew’s

3)   Mount Douglas

4)   Lambrick Park

5)   Reynolds

6)   Belmont

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