Revelstoke Secondary School’s Delyth Harper races to first place in the steeplechase

Making a splash

Revelstoke Secondary School’s Delyth Harper races to first place in the steeplechase, with teammate Alei Mohr hot on her heels.

The track team has competed in three meets so far. Highlights include several grade 8 and 9 athletes meeting the provincial qualifying standards in their event: Amy Gagnon in the 200m, Lachlan Hicks in the 100m hurdles, Megan Evans in the 1500m and 3000m and Chris Andrews in the shot put.

As well, Peter Behncke broke the RSS record in the junior hammer throw with a 52 meters throw and Brittany Evans looks to be in great form to once again be among the best in the province in the 1500m.

The team is in Kamloops for the zone finals on Tuesday, May 11.

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