The list of competitors is officially set for track and field provincials this upcoming weekend in Saskatoon.
The West Central District Athletic Association held their championships May 26/27 at the Gordie Howe Sports Complex in Saskatoon. The Battle West Athletic District held their championships May 24/25 in North Battleford.
West Central President Lance Morrison shared some results with us courtesy of Terry Epp from Davidson, the track entries commissioner who collected and sent out all the results.
Listed below are some of the record breaking performances from WCDAA athletes this weekend:
- Girls (16) - 100 Meter Dash (12.54) - Junior - Sarah Leverton - 2A Outlook H
- Girls (16) - 200 Meter Dash (26.52) - Junior - Sarah Leverton - 2A Outlook H
- Girls (17-18) - 4x100 Meter Relay (54.40) - Senior - 2A Rosetown Central High School - 2A Rosetown
- Girls (16) - 4x100 Meter Relay (56.15) - Junior - 2A Outlook High School - 2A Outlook H
- Girls (14-15) - Long Jump (5.16m) - Intermediate - Taya Green - 2A Rosetown
- Boys (14-15) - Long Jump (6.02m) - Intermediate - Dami Igbekoyi - 2A Rosetown
- Girls (16) - 800m (3:13.14) - JR - Bekah Boot - 1A Kenaston
- Girls (12-13) - 3000 Meter Run (14:02.69) - U13 - Harlie McNeely - 1A Dinsmore
- Boys (12-13) - 3000 Meter Run (11:25.91) - U13 - Jett Prpich - 1A Kenaston
- Girls (14-15) - 3000 Meter Run (12:51.06) - Intermediate - Chloe Wills - 1A Kyle Comp
- Boys (14-15) - 3000 Meter Run (11:12.88) - Intermediate - Corbin Wiens - 2A Rosetown
- Girls (16) - 3000 Meter Run (13:25.18) - Junior - Alyssa Follick - 1A LCBI High
- Boys (16) - 3000 Meter Run (11:18.59) - Junior - Ben MacDonald - 1A North West
- Girls (17-18) 3000 Meter Run (12:04.85) - Senior - Ayslee Blenkinsop - 1A Kenaston
- Boys (17-18) 3000 Meter Run (11:06.34) - Senior - William Campbell - 1A Elrose Co
Some of these athletes along with more from all around west-central Saskatchewan earned the right to move on in their respective events and will now compete for medals at the SHSAA Provincial Track and Field Championship.
Looking at Battle West, they represent local student athletes competing out of the Living Sky School Division. Kerrobert Composite School was one of the schools in attendance with 16 athletes in total taking part.
The local schools were in for a tough test this year, as the Battle West group has 561 athletes in all competing (District Championship results not available).