Elementary School Road Race Marathon

Elementary School Road Race Marathon

St. Hilary, St. Edward School and Holy Saviour School participated in the Annual Marathon Elementary School Road Race.

Holy Saviour track teamSaint Edward Track Team
Saint Hilary Storm Track Team

Many Superior North Catholic District School Board (SNCDSB) students placed in their events. Students aged 8 ran 1km, 9 years ran 1.5 km, 10 & 11 year old students ran 2 km and 12 + ran 3 km.

Students from Superior North Catholic that placed are as follows:

Girls Age 8 and under category - 1 km

First. Victoria Clowes 4:04 from St. Hilary School

Second. Olivia Parker 4:33 from St. Hilary School

Third. Lauren Giguere 4:38 from St. Hilary School

Boys Age 8 and under category - 1 km

Third. Levi Patterson 4:33 from Holy Saviour School

Girls Age 9 category - 1.5 km

First Madelyn Giguere 4:55 from St. Hilary School

Second Rayna Ruth 5:34 from St. Edward School

Third Ryan Booker 5:54 from St. Hilary School

Boys Age 9 category - 1.5 km

First Parker Cocks 4:25 from St. Edward School

Girls Age 10 category - 2 km

First Abigail Clowes 9:13 from St. Hilary School

Second Jacqueline Nyman 10:37 from St. Edward School

Boys Age 10 category - 2km

Second Lucas Dupuis 8:54 from St. Edward School

Third Dominic Mclaughlin 8:58 from St. Edward School

Girls Age 11 category - 2km

First Julia Sands 9:23 from St Hilary School

Second Ella Mannila 9:29 from St. Edward School

Boys Age 11 category 2 km

First Kade Michtic 11:37 from Holy Saviour

Second Owen Lass 12:26 from Holy Saviour

Third RJ Pringle 16:16 from St. Edward School

Girls Age 12 category 3 km

First Olivia Dupuis 13:48 from St. Edward School

Second Gabby Gionette 14:34 from St. Edward School

Third Hannah Lafleur 19:49 from St. Hilary School

Girls Age 13+

First Bianca Zappacosta 14:44 from St. Hilary School

Second Madison McLeod 15:19 from St. Hilary School

Third Julia Ross 16:14 from St. Hilary School

Boys Age 13+

Third Carson Brown 18:30 from Holy Saviour School

 


"What a great day promoting student health, wellbeing and success."

The running race competition starting line

Students from SNCDSB had the opportunity to work hard and participate in an event that promotes healthy active living. Students had a great day, celebrating each other's accomplishments and cheering each other on.