Three Selkirk students competed at the BC High School Provincial Cross Country Championships in Vancouver this past weekend (Charlie Cooper file).

Selkirk competes in BC High School Provincial Cross Country Championships

The race was held in Vancouver this past weekend.

Three Selkirk students competed at the BC High School Provincial Cross Country Championships on Saturday, Nov. 4 at Jericho Beach Park in Vancouver.

In the Senior Girls category, Sierra Cooper placed 22 out of 242 runners: 4.6 kilometres in a time of 18 minutes, 55 seconds.

In the Junior Girls category, Sydney Wilson placed 21 out of 249 runners: 4.6 kilometres in a time of 19 minutes, 29 seconds.

In the Senior Boys category, David Howe placed 144 out of 233 runners: 7.9 kilometres in a time of 28 minutes, 25 seconds.

 

Three Selkirk students competed at the BC High School Provincial Cross Country Championships in Vancouver this past weekend (Charlie Cooper file).

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