Records fall at elementary meet

Track and field

More than 1,000 students competed in the 50th annual Chilliwack elementary schools track and field meet, held Thursday at Sardis secondary school.

Jack Fleming represented Promontory elementary school, taking the aggregate title in the nine-year-old boys division.

Cheam elementary school’s Kate Klassen took top spot among nine-year-old girls.

East Chilliwack swept the 10-year-old division, with Jalen Edwards taking the boys title and Jordan Huitema pacing the girls.

Mike Fitzsimmons represented Unsworth, finishing first among 11-year-old boys. Promontory’s Nikki Gregory was the top 11-year-old girl.

In the 12-year-old division, Sardis elementary school’s Brandon Bateman led the boys and Bernard elementary school’s Leslie Coe led the girls.

Two students set meet records.

Greendale elementary school’s Sienna Lenz set a mark in the 11-year-old girls high jump, soaring 1.32 metres. Promontory’s Nikki Gregory set a new standard in the 11-year-old girls 200m dash, blazing down the track in 29.83 seconds.

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