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Here are a couple of sports highlights from the first weekend of the month

Track and field — Track and field athlete Cameron Netzel is back from Burnaby after competing in the BC High School Championships over the weekend of June 1st and 2nd. He placed 17th out of 23 in javelin with a personal best of 34m. In high jump, he placed 17th out of 26 competitors with a jump of 165cm. This was the last meet for the track and field club until they head to the BC Summer Games in Surrey July 19th.

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Rugby — The Caledonia Bears suffered disappointing losses during their first trip to provincials at the beginning of the month, placing 16th overall in the AA category. The finals were held June 2nd in Abbotsford and the AAA title went to Shawnigan Lake, with the AA title going to Brentwood. The Bears games were as follows: June 2, Esquimalt (Victoria) 32 – Caledonia (Terrace) 5 Vernon 15 – Caledonia (Terrace) 0 (Day 3) Kelowna Christian 39 – Caledonia (Terrace) 0(day 2) Collingwood 53 – Caledonia 6 (day 1)


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