OTTAWA – Curtis Bell recorded the best result as the North Dundas District High School Devils engaged in their first outdoor meet of 2017.
Bell placed third in the midget boys 100m and finished seventh in the 100m hurdles last Thursday (April 27) in the University of Ottawa Invitational Meet at the Terry Fox Facility.
Liam Antille earned fifth-place points in the midget boys high jump. Mya Woods was eighth in the junior girls discus.
Seniors Jamie Quinton (ninth 100m hurdles) and Shaina Vandemheen (sixth high jump and ninth 300m hurdles) wound up in the top ten in their respective events.
Jack Ciavaglia, Justin Schoenfeld, Cole McCooeye, Ashley Wheeler, Amy Proulx and Fabienne Puenter also competed.
North Dundas coach Joe Groeneveld reported that all of the athletes competed well in their first outdoor meet of the season.
“For many of them this was their first high school track meet, so it was a good experience for them,” added the coach.
The Devils are slated to take part in the National Capital Classic tomorrow (Thurs., May 4).