Skeena wins Rupert track and field meet

The track and field team from Skeena Middle School in Terrace BC won first place in a school competitive meet in Prince Rupert on May 7.

Tristen Brown competes in the junior boys races in Prince Rupert. Brown won first in 400m

The Terrace Skeena Middle School track and field team won first in a Prince Rupert meet on May 7.

Facing bouts of rain and hail, Skeena athletes competed with teams from Charles Hayes Secondary School from Prince Rupert, Coast Tsimshian Academy from the Queen Charlottes and Centennial Christian School from Terrace.

Below are the results:

Grade 7/8

Olivia Faetz: 1st 400m, 1st 1500m, 1st 800m

Shaena Gyorfi: 2nd 400m, 1st 100m, 1st 200m, 3rd 800m

Dawson Lewis: 3rd 400, 2nd 100m, 3rd long jump

Sarah Fell: 3rd 100m, 2nd 200m, 2nd long jump

Steven Robinson: 1st 100m, 1st high ump, 1st long jump

Erin Billson: 2nd 1500m

Jessica Hamel: 3rd 200m, 2nd javelin, 2nd discus

Marku Pederson: 1st 200m, 2nd discus

Ann Zettler: 2nd 800m, 1st high jump, 1st long jump, 1st triple jump

Trai Zips: 1st 800m, 3rd long jump, 1st triple jump

Katie Andrews: 2nd javelin

Kylie Davis: 2nd shot put, 1st discus, 2nd in 100m hurdles


Junior Girls

Michaela Yeo: 1st in 400m, 800m, 1500m, 3000m, discus, and long jump

Junior Boys

Tristen Brown: 1st 400m, 2nd 200m, 3rd 100m

Zach Bilash: 3rd 200m and 3rd in high jump

Spencer Schulte: 1st 800m, 1st 3000m, 2nd javelin, 2nd discus, 2nd 110m hurdles


Senior Girls

Tanisha Davis: 1st javelin, 1st shot put, 2nd discus


4×100 relay

Grade 8 girls team of Hanna Francouer, Shaena Gyorfi, Sarah Fell, and Katie Andrews came first place.

Junior girls team of Dawson Lewis, Bren Anderson, Ann Zettler, and Michaela Yeo came first.

Junior boys team of Tristen Brown, Zach Bilash, Marcus Pederson, and Steven Robinson came first.


A team of 11 Skeena athletes are competing at zone finals in Smithers over this long weekend.



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