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May 09, 2014  |  Vote 0    0

Ballantyne, Wheeler claim firsts in St. Anne’s meet

Stratford Gazette

CLINTON – Stratford Central athletes picked up two firsts and three seconds at the St. Anne’s Invitational track and field meet here last Tuesday.

Jocelyn Ballantyne claimed first in the Midget girls 100-metre dash in 13.81 seconds, and Ashley Wheeler topped the field in the Senior girls high jump with a leap of 1.55 metres.

Ballantyne was also fourth in the Midget girls 80-metre hurdles in 15.37 seconds, and seventh in the Midget girls 1,500-metre run in 5:50.

Othe top finishers from Central included:

Venessa Ortelli was second in the Midget girls high jump (1.45m) and third in Midget girls triple jump (9.44m).

Christian Lippai was second in Senior boys triple jump (11.93m).

Joe Soukphachanh was second in Junior boys triple jump (11.47m).

Ryan Bushfield was third in Senior boys long jump (6.17m).

Cael Wishart was fourth in the Senior boys 1,500-metre run (4:16.49).

Evan Roulston was fourth in the Junior boys 1,500-metre run (4:47).

The Central Junior girls team was also fourth in the 4X100-metre relay (57.51 seconds).

Note: The annual Huron-Perth track and field meet was held this week, on Tuesday and Wednesday, at St. Anne’s.

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