OFSAA Bound Athletes After Day One At Regionals

Alison Stephens

Alison Stephens won the junior girls discus at OFSAA West Regionals – Contributed Photo

A dozen local athletes qualified for OFSAA at day one of the OFSAA West Regionals track and field meet being held at Western University in London.

CKSS’ Alison Stephens was the lone athlete to win an event on day one, throwing a personal best 34.64m in the Junior girls discus event. Her throw was more than 2m better than the second place competitor. She also qualified as part of CKSS’ Junior girls 4x100m relay team, which finished fourth, alongside teammates Chloe Pugh, Kristen VanGoethem, and Payton Sabourin.

Payton Sabourin qualified in two events, the 4x100m relay, as well as the 400m dash. Sabourin finished second in the 400m dash, breaking the minute mark with a time of 59.30s.

CKSS’ Camille Blain and Ally Oulds continued their strong performances from SWOSSAA, both finishing third in their events to qualify. Oulds ran the 400m in 57.61, while Blain crossed the finish line in the 80m hurdles in 12.60.

Twins Jana Kucera and Logan Kucera made OFSAA in the senior girls javelin, finishing third and fourth respectively. Jana Kucera threw 37.48m, while Logan Kucera threw a distance of 36.71m.

Other local athlete qualifying included Kristyn Kistulinec of Blenheim (midget girls shot put, 10.78m), Rayne Kellier of CKSS (senior girls high jump, 1.56m), Curtis Godfrey of CKSS (senior boys 400m, 50.36s), and Carolyn Prins of Chatham Christian (senior girls triple jump, 11.46m).

Day two continues Saturday with the top four in each category advancing to OFSAA.

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