OFSAA track and field results
Sir Winston Churchill’s Eric Campbell won two gold medals at the OFSAA track and field championships.
Sir Winston Churchill’s Eric Campbell highlighted a strong showing by Niagara athletes at this past weekend’s Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations’ track and field meet at the University of Guelph.
The Grade 10 student at Sir Winston Churchill won gold in the junior boys 800 metres and 1,500 metres, bettering the silver medals he won in both events competing as a midget boy in 2018.
The reigning OFSAA junior boys cross country champion recorded a time of 1:55.16 in the 800 metres and 4:03.61 in the 1,500 metres.
St. Catharines Collegiate’s Cassie Kemp won a gold medal in the girls intellectual 800 metres in a time of 2:39.79 and a bronze in the 100 metres.
The only other gold medalist from Niagara was Blessed Trinity’s Paige Nevestuk in the girls 200-metre wheelchair in a time of 1:05.37.
Winning silver medals were: E.L. Crossley’s Kate Knafelc in the open girls 2,000-metre steeplechase; Centennial’s Tommy Leavens in the junior boys shot put; Beamsville’s Shannon Swinson in the girls intellectual 800 metres; and, Port Colborne’s Deanna Donnelly in the girls para shot put.
Capturing bronze medals were: Centennial’s Sierra Skotniski in the junior girls shot put; Governor Simcoe’s Kanice McLean in the girls 200-metre wheelchair; DSBN Academy’s Daniel Swayze in the midget boys discus; Centennial’s Alexis Wright in the midget girls discus; and, A.N. Myer’s Maya Fetic in the senior girls pole vault.
Below are other top results by Niagara athletes:
400 metres: 8. Abby Jackson, Westlane.
800 metres: 5. Isabella Goveia, Sir Winston Churchill.
4X100-metre relay: 4. Notre Dame (Thea Lawson, Gabriella DiPietro, Natalie Picton and Brianna Sigurdson).
Triple jump: 5. Natalie Picton, Notre Dame; 9. Thea Lawson, Notre Dame.
High jump: 7. Arielle Rose Philome, Jean Vanier.
Long jump: 6. Thea Lawson, Notre Dame.
Shot put: 5. Sheridan Sneek, Port Colborne
300-metre hurdles: 8. Alissa Mete, Notre Dame.
3,000 metres: 5. Tessa Jeffery, E.L. Crossley.
Discus: 4. Sierra Skotniski, Centennial.
Long jump: 5. Eliana Mausibbeuve, Blessed Trinity.
High jump: 7. Karah Bannon, Greater Fort Erie; 10. Gwen Cudmore, E.L. Crossley.
Javelin: 7. Teresa Spedaliere, St. Francis.
200 metres: 7. Zoe Phillips, Eden.
400 metres: 5. Zoe Phillips, Eden.
Javelin: 5. Emma McDougall, Governor Simcoe.
Triple jump: 8. Mia Friesen, Governor Simcoe.
Girls intellectual 100 metres: 8. Deanna Donnelly, Port Colborne.
Girls intellectual 800 metres: 4. Deanna Donnelly, Port Colborne.
Girls para shot put: 5. Shannon Swinson, Beamsville.
200 metres: 8. Kharisma Wilsome, Lakeshore Catholic.
Shot put: 8. Rhonin Paterson, Blessed Trinity.
Long jump: 10. Cole Langendoon, Smithville Christian.
Javelin: 5. Nicholas Ciriello, Notre Dame; 9. Daniel Swayze, DSBN Academy.
Discus: 5. Tristan McDougall, Governor Simcoe.
100-metre hurdles: 4. Dennis Tzvekov, Governor Simcoe; 8. Noah Carl, Centennial.
3,000 metres: 7. Owen Lockyer, Eden.
Shot put: 9. Griffin Vaughan, Lakeshore Catholic.
Javelin: 4. Evan Jacob, Lakeshore Catholic.
High jump: 6. Michael Ivanov, A.N. Myer.
110-metre hurdles: 4. Blake DeVinney, Centennial.
800 metres: 8. Nick Young, St. Francis.
1,500 metres: 6. Nick Young, St. Francis; 7. Santiago Gaitan, Notre Dame.
High jump: 6. Noah Dommasch, Sir Winston Churchill.
Discus: 9. Callan Saldutto, Notre Dame.
Javelin: 5. Nathan D’Costa, Governor Simcoe.
Shot put: 6. Callan Saldutto, Notre Dame; 7. Bryan Bruce, Port Colborne.
Boys 100-metre intellectual: 6. Andres Rolon, St. Catharines Collegiate.
Boys 800-metre ambulatory: 4. Scott Verbeek, Port Colborne.
Boys intellectual 800 metres: 4. Andres Rolon, St. Catharines Collegiate.
Boys para shot put: 4. Evan Brascoupe, St. Catharines Collegiate.
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