Northern B.C. youth have a blast in BC Summer Games

Terrace sent 45 young people to the BC Summer Games in Abbotsford this year with the other young athletes from across northwest B.C.

The girls 4x100 relay team for the northwest zone (zone 7). On left is Terrace’s Michalea Yeo and Olivia Faetz from Terrace is on the far-right. Shaelyn Radu and Abby Andersen from Smithers are in the middle.

Terrace sent 45 young people to the BC Summer Games in Abbotsford this year with the other young athletes from across northwest B.C.

The northwest zone earned five medals altogether, and results of all the participants are available online.

Terrace’s Ty Giesbrecht, 13, is second from the left in the above photo. He is a regular golfer at the Skeena Valley Golf & Country Club here and said he had a great time at the games.

Above, swimmers dive into their race at the BC Summer Games. Third from the left (with green on his shorts) is Jarred McMeekin from Kitimat.

Zach Bilash from Terrace, raced the 800-metre.

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