Sisters Holly (12528) and Hannah (12530) Henry led the Mount Douglas Rams senior girls team to a second place finish at the Vancouver Island Cross Country Championships

Reynolds runner first at Island XC championships

Brendan Hoff of Reynolds secondary the top male finisher at the Vancouver Island Cross Country Championships

Brendan Hoff of Reynolds secondary was the top male finisher at the Vancouver Island Cross Country Championships at Beaver Lake on Wednesday, Oct. 20.

The Claremont Spartans senior boys team finished second overall, behind Dover Bay (first) and ahead of Reynolds, third. Hamish Babin was Claremont’s top finisher at sixth overall, while Roberto Fedrigo, Brennen Smith, Phil Vellacott, and Jordan Hopkins all made the top-20.

The Mount Douglas Rams senior girls cross country team finished second behind Oak Bay. Sisters Hannah (5th) and Holly Henry (11th) led the Rams, while Cassidy Steen was 14th and Farisha Arensen was 16th.

The Rams senior boys finished fifth in the team standings, and joined the Rams girls in qualifying for the BC High School Cross Country Championships to be held Nov. 1 on the grounds of the Juan de Fuca Recreation Centre.

Full results here. http://racedaytiming.ca/results.html

 

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