On track at Eagle Classic

Chilliwack Track and Field Club athletes found their way into the top 10 at the Maple Ridge meet.

Chilliwack athletes turned in 10 top-10 finishes at last weekend’s Eagle Classic track meet in Maple Ridge.

Kennedy Hall led the way for the Chilliwack Track and Field Club contingent, earning podium placing in shot-put.

Competing in the 11 year old girls division, her toss of 6.73 metres was good enough for third place.

Hall was fourth in high jump (1.15m), fourth in long jump (3.57m) and sixth in the 600m run (2:06.12).

Competing in the same division, Kailea Fuller was sixth in shot-put with a throw of 6.33m.

Tiffanie Childs had a good day in the 12 year old girls group.

She was fourth in long jump (3.64m), fourth in the 200m dash (30.08 seconds), sixth in the 100m dash (14.33s) and eighth in the high jump (1.10m).

In the 13 year old girls division, Savannah Semple placed eighth in high jump with a leap of 1.20m.

Cale Giles competed in three events in the 11 year old boys division. He clocked a time of 18.05s in the 60m hurdles. He soared 2.06m in long jump and tossed the shot-put 4.43m.

Ian Giles and Dean Van Gerven competed in the 12 year old boys group.

Giles ran the 80m hurdles in 21.22s, soared 2.01m in the long jump and tossed the shot-put 4.65m.

Van Gerven threw the javelin 12.69m and leaped 3.13m in the long jump. He ran the 200m dash in 35.44s and the 800m in 3:03.13.

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