NDDHS track

RUSSELL – Track athletes from North Dundas District High School have been dodging the raindrops in recent weeks, and setting some personal best records at the same time.

In Russell Tues., May 7, the small, but mighty team from the Maple Ridge-based school continued its competitive workload ahead of yesterday’s (Tues., May 14) SD&G Championship meet.

First-place finishes were coveted by Liam Antille (in both the 80-metre dash and the 110-metre hurdles), Tyler Snelson (in the 200-metre race), Jack Link (in the 1,500-metre race), Zac Hamilton (in the long jump), and Curtis Bell (in the 400-metre hurdles).

North Dundas District High School’s track and field athletes were in Russell Tues., May 7, continuing preparation for yesterday’s (Tues., May 14) SD&G Championships. Siena Dean finished third in the triple jump. Courtesy Photo

“We had a great day with some awesome results,” team coach Patti Hall said.

Aside the athletes in the top spot, North Dundas also had a handful in the top three.

Alvaro Castillejo Arjona was second the in the 400-metre race, and Jack Link was runner-up in the 800-metre race. Fabienne Puenter finished second in the 400-metre hurdles, and Siena Dean was third in the triple jump. Finally, Chayce Hyndman ended up in the third spot in both the 80-metre hurdles and the 300-metre hurdles, and the boys’ four-by-100 relay team, featuring Hamilton, Antille, Snelson and Bell, finished second.

Other top 10s
• Tyler Snelson, sixth in the 80-metre dash and sixth in the long jump
• Curtis Bell, sixth in the 200-metre race
• Jaymen Heuff, eighth in the 200-metre race
• Ashley Wasylko Fletcher, seventh in the 1,500-metre race
• Rachel Puenter, eighth in the 1,500-metre race
• Fabienne Puenter, ninth in the 1,500-metre race
• Alvaro Castillejo Arjona, seventh in the 1,500-metre race
•Siena Dean, fourth in the long jump
• Liam Antille, eighth in the long jump
• Chayce Hyndman, ninth in shot put