Day 2 South Regional track and field top 8
Eastdale’s Trinity Tutti won the senior girls shot put and discus Friday at the Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations’ South Regional track and field meet at Chinguacousy Park in Brampton. BPSN file photo.
Eastdale’s Trinity Tutti had a great day Friday as the Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations’ South Regional track and field meet came to an end at Chinguacousy Park in Brampton.
Tutti won the senior girl shot put with a throw of 14.19 metres and then won the discus with a toss of 50.04 metres.
Several other Niagara athletes added their second gold medal of the competition Friday. Churchill’s Eric Campbell won the midget boys 800 metres in a time of 2:00.13 after winning the 1,500 metres Thursday. Grimsby’s Sienna Lalonde, who won the senior girls 400 metres Thursday, topped the 400-metre hurdles Friday in a time of 1:02.62. Holy Cross’ Campbell Lee, off to Iona University this fall on a track scholarship, finished first in the senior boys 3,000 metres Friday (8:34.81) after earlier winning the 1,500 metres. Centennial’s Sierra Skotniski, winner of the midget girls shot put, placed first in the discus with a throw of 33.31 metres Friday. St. Catharines Collegiate’s Cassie Kemp won the girls intellectually disabled 800 metres Friday (3:03.35) after topping the 100 metres Friday. Beamsville’s Owen Konkle captured the boys intellectually disabled 800 metres Friday (2:22.87) after topping the 100 metres Friday.
Other local winners were: Notre Dame’s Alissa Mete, midget girls 3,000 metres (12:12.29); GFESS’s Adam Woehl, midget boys 3,000 metres (9:33.8); GFESS’s Sarah Bannon, midget girls high jump (1.61 metres); Eastdale’s Connor Kochony, midget boys high jump (1.65 metres); Lakeshore Catholic’s Evan Jacob, midget boys javelin (41.63 metres); Smithville Christian’s Michelle Ludwig, junior girls high jump (1.6 metres); Churchill’s Noah Dommasch, junior boys high jump (1.87 metres); Simcoe’s Cameron Burgess, junior boys pole vault (2.9 metres); Crossley’s Carter Teal, junior boys long jump (6.41 metres); Smithville Christian’s Katrina Meinders, junior girls javelin (32.09 metres); Simcoe’s Nathan D’Costa, junior boys javelin (52.23 metres); Crossley’s Jessie Fennell, senior girls 800 metres (2:18.58); E.L. Crossley’s Ross Michalko, senior boys pole vault (3.3 metres); Lakeshore Catholic’s Johnny Jacob, senior boys long jump (6.83 metres); and, Simcoe’s Janice McLean, girls 200-metre wheelchair.
Niagara athletes placing second were: Centennial’s Noah Carl, midget boys 300-metre hurdles; Centennial’s Jackson Collins, midget boys high jump; Churchill’s Jacob Cieien-Gough, midget boys triple jump; Simcoe’s Sierra Dykstra, junior girls 200 metres; E.L. Crossley’s Carter Teal, junior boys 200 metres; Simcoe’s Sierra Dykstra, 300-metre hurdles; Simcoe’s Mia Friesen, junior girls triple jump: Notre Dame’s Callan Saldutto, junior boys shot put and javelin; St. Francis’ Nicholas Young, senior boys 800 metres; Simcoe’s Remy Gavanac, senior boys pole vault; Smithville Christian’s Mikayla Veldman, senior girls long jump; Westlane’s Joshua Bigelow, senior boys shot put; St. Mike’s Andrew McIntyre, ambulatory boys 800 metres; Beamsville’s Shannon Swanson, girls intellectually disabled 800 metres and para girls shot put; and, Beamsville’s Brian Knechtel, para boys shot put.
Niagara athletes finishing third were: Crossley’s Tessa Jeffery, midget girls 3,000 metres: Crossley’s Gwen Cudmore, midget girls high jump; Myer’s Michael Ivanov, midget boys triple jump; Thorold’s Hally Hildreth, midget girls discus; Secord’s Benjamin Stewart, midget boys javelin; Eden’s Carter McMaster, junior boys 800 metres; Churchill’s Noah Dommasch, junior boys 300-metre hurdles; GFESS’s Theodora Mollicone, junior girls shot put; Myer’s Kayleigh Bush, senior girls 800 metres; Crossley’s Brock Deba, senior boys 800 metres; Notre Dame’s Santiago Gaitan-Caballero, senior boys 3,000 metres; Crossley’s Aidan Clarke, senior boys pole vault; Thorold’s Tyler Broderick, senior boys long jump; Churchill’s Sierra Perron, senior girls shot put; Simcoe’s Matt Johnson, senior boys shot put; Thorold’s Braydon Turner, ambulatory boys 800 metres: and, Knechtel, boys intellectually disabled 800 metres.
The top four athletes advanced to the OFSAA championships. Below are Niagara athletes who finished in the top eight in their divisions.
Midget girls 200 metres: 8. Taryn Mitchell, Crossley.
Midget girls 800 metres: 5. Aria Heil, Grimsby; 6. Demi Maroudas, Eden.
Midget boys 800 metres: 4. Jack Chios, St. Francis; 5, Colton Sawatzky, Crossley.
Midget girls 3,000 metres: 6. Shayla Kuzyk, Churchill; 7. Amy Baggs, Eden.
Midget boys 3,000 metres: 4. Owen Lockyer, Eden.
Midget girls 300-metre hurdles: 4. Mete; 8. Joylynn Haymes, Churchill.
Midget boys 300-metre hurdles: 8. Dylan DeVinney, Centennial.
Midget girls high jump: 5. Ashtun Caldwell, Centennial.
Midget boys high jump: 6. Drew VanDyke, Heritage; 8. Evan Jacob, Lakeshore.
Midget girls triple jump: 5. Annastasia Droppert, Smithville Christian; 6, Emily Rintjema, Grimsby.
Midget boys discus: 4. Tommy Leavens, Crossley; 6. Daniel Andric, Churchill; 7, Michael Wiley, GFESS.
Midget boys javelin: 4. Andy Spironello, Eastdale.
Midget girls 4X100-metre relay: 4. E.L. Crossley; 6. Notre Dame.
Midget boys 4X100-metre relay: 8. Centennial.
Junior girls 200 metres: 7. Grace Teal, Crossley.
Junior girls 800 metres: 4. Brenna Ainslie, Westlane.
Junior boys 800 metres: 5. Noah Lavoie, Holy Cross; 6. Ethan Miskolczi, Notre Dame.
Junior boys 3,000 metres: 6. Joshua Bezanson, Churchill.
Junior girls high jump: 5. Sommer Newton, Crossley; 8. Felicia Bouabon, DSBN Academy.
Junior boys high jump: 7. Nate Shirton, Smithville Christian.
Junior boys pole vault: 4. Cameron Krulik, Eden.
Junior girls long jump: 4. Newton.
Junior boys long jump: 5. Jayden Talsma, Smithville Christian.
Junior girls shot put: 7. Beth Hunter-French,Myer.
Junior girls javelin: 5. Lauren Beaulieu, Grimsby.
Junior girls 4X100-metre relay: 6. Governor Simcoe; 8. E.L. Crossley.
Senior girls 800 metres: 4. Charlize Breukelman, Great Lakes.
Senior girls 3,000 metres: 4. Kate Knafelc, Crossley; 5, Larissa Adamo, Myer; 8. Madalyn Noonan, Churchill.
Senior boys 3,000 metres: 4. Taylor Mowat, Churchill; 6. Harry Lengyel, Churchill.
Senior girls 400-metre hurdles: 6. Rosie Tait, Myer.
Senior boys 400-metre hurdles: 4. Blake DeVinny, Centennial.
Senior boys pole vault: 4. Adrian Papez, Crossley; 6. Zach Palsma, Crossley.
Senior girls long jump: 7. Olivia Galas, GFESS.
Senior girls triple jump: 4. Audrey Morrison, Crossley.
Senior boys triple jump: 7. Chris Loum, Grimsby; 8. Qasim Khan, St. Mike’s.
Senior girls shot put: 8. Maggie Benner, DSBN Academy.
Senior boys shot put: 4. Nathan Huisman, Beamsville; 6. Bruce Bryan, Port Colborne.
Senior girls discus: 4. Perron.
Senior girls 4X100-metre relay: 8. Crossley.
Senior boys 4X100-metre relay: 7. Centennial.
Boys intellectually disabled 800 metres: 5. Joseph Nokeo, Eden.