Chilliwack at the Fraser Valley Track and Field Championships: Grade 8 boys

Track athletes from several local schools competed in Grade 8, junior and senior competition.

Fraser Valley Track and Field Championships were held May 13-16 at McLeod Athletic Park in Langley.

Here are the results (finalists only) from the Grade 8 boys group.

Find full results online at


1500 metre run

5th – Nathaniel Leroux (Vedder), 4:43.00

11th – Quinn Goosen (Highroad Academy), 5:02.10

14th – Ryan Shea (Vedder), 5:07.57


3000 metre run

7th – Ryan Shea (Vedder), 11:00.83


100 metre 33 inch hurdles

4th – Nathanael Mihai (Highroad Academy), 17.81 seconds

7th – Cayden McEachern (Unity Christian), 25.99 seconds


200 metre 30 inch hurdles

4th – Quinn Goosen (Highroad Academy), 31.48 seconds


High jump

5th – Quinn Goosen (Highroad Academy), 1.45 metres


Long jump

6th – Daxton Vander Kooi (Unity Christian), 4.69 metres

14th – Clive Kingma (Unity Christian), 4.37 metres


Triple jump

6th – Cayden McEachern (Unity Christian), 10.13 metres


Shot-put four kilogram

5th – Liam England (Chilliwack), 9.91 metres

8th – Teagen Renaerts (Highroad Academy), 8.87 metres

18th – Levi Goodwin (Highroad Academy), 7.11 metres


Discus one kilogram

8th – Liam England (Chilliwack), 25.26 metres

12th – Aya Sugiyama (Vedder), 23.83 metres

18th – Jasper Shea (Vedder), 20.70 metres


Javelin 600 gram

3rd – Cayden McEachern (Unity Christian), 30.74 metres

4th – Teagan Renaerts (Highroad Academy), 30.71 metres

5th – Seth Schuurman (Unity Christian), 29.07 metres

6th – Aya Sugiyama (Vedder), 27.67 metres

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