Hannah Jay

Terrace athlete takes home silver at BC Summer Games

Long jumper Hannah Jay takes silver at the BC Summer Games held in Surrey last weekend.

Terrace’s own Hannah Jay brought home a silver medal in Girls Long Jump from the BC Summer Games, held this past weekend in Surrey. She was the only Terrace athlete to get on the podium, although her teammate, Carly Davies, also pictured, had a strong showing with fifth in Girls High Jump – a tightly contested event. More to come on how our athletes did later in the week.

Here are the results for Terrace’s young athletes at the Games:







Girls 4x100m Relay





Boys 4x100m Relay





Girls 100m

Hannah Jay


Girls 200m

Larissa Hayward


Boys 300m

Patrick Holmberg


Girls 300m

Carly Davies


Boys 800m

Patrick Holmberg


Girls High Jump

Carly Davies


Girls Long Jump

Hannah Jay


Girls Shot Put

Summer Schulte


Girls Discus

Mikayla Holmes





Summer Schulte


Girls Javelin

Kathleen Schulte


Boys 200m Hurdles

Patrick Holmberg


Boys Triathlon

Thomas Christensen


Boys Duathlon

Thomas Christensen


Boys Aquathlon

Thomas Christensen



Tanner Watt


Boys Baskettball





Boys Soccer





Girls Soccer








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