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

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 girls group.

Find full results online at


100 metre dash

5th — Julia Van De Kamp (Unity Christian), 13.82 seconds


1500 metre run

5th – Sophia Klassen (Vedder), 5:29.58

12th – Cammie Gudjonson (Chilliwack), 6:00.65


3000 metre run

4th – Sophia Klassen (Vedder), 11:48.06


80 metre 30 inch hurdles

3rd – Olivia Stettler (Highroad Academy), 14.48 seconds


200 metre 30 inch hurdles

3rd – Olivia Stettler (Highroad Academy), 33.17 seconds


High jump

4th – Shayla Dool (Vedder), 1.40 metres

6th – Jenna Vander Hoek (Unity Christian), 1.35 metres

11th – Lillie Wiebe (Vedder), 1.30 metres


Long jump

7th – Lauren Plummer (Vedder), 4.33 metres

9th – Olivia Stettler (Highroad Academy), 4.22 metres

19th – Lillie Wiebe (Vedder), 3.59 metres


Triple jump

10th – Savannah Vander Kooi (Unity Christian), 8.29 metres

14th – Julia Nunes (Unity Christian), 7.77 metres


Shot-put three kilogram

4th – Asia Mazereeuw (Vedder), 9.25 metres

13th – Angelica Kornelius (Unity Christian), 7.44 metres

17th – Julia Van De Kamp (Unity Christian), 6.99 metres


Discus one kilogram

2nd – Asia Mazereeuw (Vedder), 25.24 metres

3rd – Jenna Graham (Unity Christian), 21.97 metres

8th – Lily Gunold (AD Rundle), 19.57 metres


Javelin 500 gram

2nd – Jenna Graham (Unity Christian), 22.86 metres

4th – Lily Gunold (AD Rundle), 21.15 metres

6th – Kyra Ganske (AD Rundle), 20.61 metres

7th – Samantha Loeppky (Highroad Academy), 20.33 metres

8th – Angelica Kornelius (Unity Christian), 19.85 metres

10th – Asia Mazereeuw (Vedder), 18.57 metres

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