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Race is on at high school track and field championships

Nanaimo high school track and field athletes have momentum heading into provincials after posting top results at the Vancouver Island Track and Field Championships earlier this month.

The B.C. High School Track and Field Championships get underway today (May 29) in Langley.

Results from Islands include:

Grade 8 girls - Julia Metrowich, Dover Bay, third, 100m, third, 200m; Sofia Robinson, Dover, third, 800m, third, 1,500m; Morgan Burke, Dover, second, high jump; Marina Andersen, Nanaimo District, first, pole vault; Hope Stewart, Cedar, first, 800m, second, 1,500m.

Junior girls - Hassy Bombata, Wellington, third, 100m, third, 200m, first, high jump; Alyssa Mousseau, Wellington, second, 800m; Amy Morris, Wellington, second, 1,500m, second, 3,000; Jessica Katzberg, Cedar, third, hammer throw; Madison Heisterman, Queen Margaret's, first, 800m, first, 1,500m.

Senior girls - Danika Rasmussen, Dover, third, 1,500m; Jenaya Pynn, Wellington, second, 400m, third, 800m; Marita DeSchiffart, Nanaimo Christian School, first, 800m, second, 1,500m steeplechase; Miryam Bassett, NDSS, second, 800m, first, 1,500m; Manon Prairie, NDSS, third, long jump; Marina Andersen, NDSS, first, 1,500m race walk.

Grade 8 boys - Linden Kaps, Dover, third, 800m; Dominic Boar, Cedar, second, 300m hurdles.

Junior boys - Carter Higgins, Dover, second, 400m, second, 800m; Josh Bailey, Dover, second, 1,500m, second, 3,000m; Miles Huynh, Dover, third, 3,000m; Thomas Grabher, NDSS, second, 1,500m steeplechase; Jason Clare, NDSS, first, pole vault.

Senior boys - Andrew deGroot, Dover, second, 400m; Thomas Oxland, Dover, first, 800m, first, 1,500m; Peter Oxland, second, 800m, second, 1,500m; Anthony Serban, Dover, first, 2,000m steeplechase; Chris Serban, Dover, second, 2,000m steeplechase; Kevin Choi, third, triple jump.

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