Nelson's LV Rogers boys cross country team actually managed to qualify two teams for the provincial championships.

Nelson’s Bombers tough on home trails

The L.V. Rogers Bombers cross country team dominated the East/West Kootenay Championshipon Wednesday afternoon at the local high school.

The L.V. Rogers Bombers cross country team dominated the East/West Kootenay Championshipon Wednesday afternoon at the local high school.

Competing against all the high schools in the East and West Kootenay on the trails above LVR, the locals qualified two teams of boys for the  provincial championships taking the one-two position with Prince Charles Secondary of Creston finishing third. The LVR girls topped the female team event.

In the boys division, Grade 9 Micah May crossed the finish line first and Walker Dempster finished third. On the girls side Maddy Murphy of LVR finished second and Taylor Wilson of Kaslo’s JV Humphrires took third.

The cross country provincial championships will be held in Prince George on November 3.

 

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