Nelson's Micah May (second from front) will lead the L.V. Rogers cross country team into the provincials today.

Nelson cross country runners go for provincial gold

Nelson's L.V. Rogers Bombers cross country team is in Prince George today for the BC High School Provincial Championships.

Nelson’s L.V. Rogers Bombers cross country team is in Prince George today for the BC High School Provincial Championships.

Runners qualified for the final race of the season last week at the East/West Kootenay cross country championships that were held on the trails that surround L.V. Rogers. Here are the results from that race.

 

JUNIOR BOYS

Aaron Finke RSS 12:20; Owen Box Traf 12:25; Remi Drolet RSS 12:35; Jesse Thurston Traf 13:17; Aiden Mushamanski Traf 13:43; Rayan Duerichen Lucerne 13:58; Noah Gaffran Traf 14:05; Reece Boulanger Traf 14:38; Angus Wiggill Traf 16:23.

 

JUNIOR GIRLS

Isabella Kroker Kimber Traf 15:17; Ruby Nixon-Bilski Traf 15:54; Kolibri Drobish Lucerne 15:59; Mia Wingender Traf 16:29; Rosie V. Mt. Sent 16:52.

 

SENIOR GIRLS

Emily Simpson PCSS 24:59; Maddy Murphy LVR 25:19; Taylor Wilson JVH 26:16; Michaela McLean RSS 27:17; Lucy Carver-Brennan Wild 27:47; Hailee Gerun LVR 28:30; Carilia Horning LVR 28:41; Jade Bridger LVR 28:49; Sally Steeves RSS 28:54; Maya Ida Traf 29:10; Cristina Cutler RSS 29:11; Kate Oostlander JL Crowe 29:15; Gina Oostlander JL Crowe 29:16; Linnea Sharelove LVR 29:27; Anika Nykanen LVR 29:28; Aloe Harris LVR 29:29; Natasha Bergman LVR 29:51; Ada Browne PCSS 30:01; Bronwyn Moore RSS 30:20; Paige Lefranc JVH 31:33.

 

SENIOR BOYS

Micah May LVR 28:40; Nick Mottl PCSS 28:50; Walker Dempster LVR 30:52; Trace Cooke LVR 31:37; Levi Smith LVR 31:51; Owen Thurston LVR 32:39; Digby Benner LVR 33:17; Kaden Foy LVR 33:18; Eli Bukowski JVH 33:23; Dale Cushway LVR 33:28; Ethan Huscroft PCSS 33:33; Kieran Simpson PCSS 33:36; Samuel Matthew Traf 34:18; Finn Elliot LVR 34:27; Ryan Tate JVH 34:35; Levi Stubbe Mt. Sent 34:41; Galen Boulanger LVR 35:26; Cail Spencer LVR 35:29; Jacob Flood RSS 35:33; Sam Kuch LVR 35:39.

 

LEGEND: LVR (Nelson’s L.V. Rogers), Traf (Nelson’s Trafalgar Middle School), Wild (Nelson’s Wildflower), JVH (Kaslo’s J.V. Humphries), RSS (Rossland Secondary), PCSS (Creston’s Prince Charles Secondary), JL Crowe (Trail), Mt. Sent (Mount Sentinel), Lucerne (New Denver)

 

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