Multiple winners at Central Okanagan track finals

Schools gather at Apple Bowl Tuesday for zone championships

Some impressive individual performances were posted during the 2017 Central Okanagan school zone’s track and field meet this week at the Apple Bowl.

Here’s a look at the athletes from Kelowna, West Kelowna and Lake Country who were multiple event winners at Tuesday’s championships:


• Phoebe Price-Roberts, Aberdeen Hall—shotput, discus and hammer

• Alex Taylor, KSS—100 and 200 metres

• Bryn Walsh, KSS—100 and 200 metres

• Carla Schneider, RSS—800 and 3,000 metres

• Rylee Paulson, George Elliot—1,500 and steeplechase

• Zoe Brown, KSS—100 and 400 hurdles

• Turner Woodruff, OKM—800 and 1,500 metres

• Owen Harris, OKM—3,000 metres and steeplechase

• Joel Aitken, KSS—400 hurdles and triple jump

• Nick Cornell, KSS—triple jump, hammer and javelin


• Kenaysha Lyder, KSS—100 and 200 metres

• Ella Rolleston, OKM—1,500 and 3,000 metre runs

• Madelyn Hettinga, KCS—300 hurdles and high jump

• Muriel Stroda, OKM—long jump and shot put

• Jasper Stone, Aberdeen Hall—1,500 and 3,000 metres

• Noah Russell, Mt. Boucherie—100 and 300 hurdles

• Jordan Barker, George Elliot—discus and javelin

The Okanagan Valley track and field championships are set for Monday, May 29 in Kamloops.

Meanwhile, multiple event winners in Grade 7 and 8 divisions at zones were: Emma Cannan, Dr. Knox; Georgia Maclean, GES; Anna deWynter, KLO; Tatum Wade, OKM; Mekhila Brown, KLO; Abby Hettinga, KCS; Aiden Vint, KLO; Joel Worman, KLO; Nick Tonogai, KLO; Camden Elkin, OKM; Tristan Morgan, Dr. Knox; Nolan Humphries, OKM; Michael Schriemer, KCS; Teagin Winthrop, RSS; Jacob Doweden, KLO; and Jared Hanenburg, KCS.

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