Larissa Coté of Unsworth elementary competes in the Grade 3 girls high jump during the annual District 33 elementary track meet Thursday at Sardis secondary. Amazingly

Records fall at elementary school meet

Watson elementary school's Owen Hopcott set a new record and won the nine-year-old boys division at last week's track and field meet.

Owen Hopcott and Kallie Henrotte set new records at the 2013 Chilliwack Elementary Schools Track and Field Meet, held last week at Sardis secondary school.

Representing Watson elementary, Hopcott set a new mark in the nine-year-old boys 200 metre dash, blazing down the track in 32.50 seconds.

Representing Promontory Heights, Henrotte set her mark in the 10-year-old girls ball throw with a mighty toss of 31 metres.

Students between the ages of nine and 12 competed at the meet.

Hopcott was the aggregate winner in the nine-year-old boys division, with Larissa Coté (Unsworth) taking the title on the nine-year-old girls side. Jake Driscoll (Sardis) was the aggregate winner in the 10-year-old boys division, with Kylie Kampton (Unity Christian) and Abbey Hall (Watson) sharing the girls title.

Zack Feaver (Unsworth) was tops in the 11-year-old boys division, with Kate Klassen (Cheam) first on the girls side.

Nate Hall (Watson) was the best of the 12-year-old boys, with Jordan Huitema (East Chilliwack) pacing the girls.

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