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OFSAA Track & Field Records 2015

Jun 25, 2015 | Uncategorized

OFSAA Track and Field took place in Toronto June 4th to 6th at the University of Toronto’s Varsity Stadium with numerous OFSAA records falling.

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The following OFSAA records were broken during the meet:

Midget Girls 100m

New Record – Alyssa Marsh, Notre Dame CSS – 12.00s

Former Record – Cassandra Pascal, St. Marcellinus SS – 12.20s (2008)

Junior Boys 400m

New Record – Nathan Friginette, St. John Paul II – 48.46s

Former Record – Brandon McBride, W.F. Herman SS – 48.58s (2010)

Midget Boys 3000m

New Record – Thomas Witkowicz, All Saints CSS – 8:47.94

Former Record – Mike Woods, Hillcrest SS – 8:53.09 (2002)

Junior Girls Discus

New Record – Grace Tennant, South Lincoln HS – 45.12m

Former Record – Sarah Moss, Notre Dame College – 41.42m (2010)

Midget Girls Discus

New Record – Trinity Tutti, Eastdale SS – 43.40m

Former Record – Liz Polyak, North Park CVS – 40.78 (1979)

Midget Girls Shot Put

New Record – Trinity Tutti, Eastdale SS – 15.92m

Former Record – Grace Tennant, South Lincoln HS – 12.10m (2014)

Midget Girls Javelin

New Record – Trinity Tutti, Eastdale SS – 41.52m

Former Record – Meredith Popp, Holy Names HS – 41.24m (1995)

Midget Boys 100m Hurdles

New Record – Liam Mather, London Central – 13.41s

Former Record – Gabriel Tesfaye, Oakridge SS – 13.50s (2007)

Junior Girls 80m Hurdles

New Record – Keira Christie-Gallaway, St Matthew – 11.24s

Former Record – Chanice Taylor-Chase, Notre Dame CSS – 11.44s (2009)

Girls 1500m Steeplechase

New Record – Charlotte Prouse, London Central – 4:53.15

Former Record – Renee Maisonneuve, ESC Theriault – 4:57.06 (2013)

 

Girls 100m Visually Impaired

New Record – Larissa Brown, St Mark CHS – 14.01s

Former Record – Larissa Brown, St Mark CHS – 14.20s (2014)

Boys 100m Visually Impaired

New Record – Dylan Hermans, Bear Creek SS – 12.24s

Former Record – Nick Neri, Cardinal Leger – 13.52s (2014)

Boys 800m Visually Impaired

New Record – Nicholas Neri, Cardinal Leger – 2:13.89

Former Record – Nicholas Neri, Cardinal Leger – 2:17.00

Girls 100m Ambulatory

New Record – Madison Wilson-Walker, Lord Dorchester – 14.61s

Former Record – Alicia Tustin, Fellowes HS – 14.93s (2012)

Boys 800m Ambulatory

New Record – Hudson Booth, Almaguin Highlan – 2:43.89

Former Record – Dylan Eisnor, North Lambton SS – 2:57.08 (2013)

Girls 100m Intellectually Impaired

New Record – Kyla Rodrigue, Woodstock CI – 14.39s

Former Record – Alicia Tustin, Fellowes HS – 14.65s (2013)

Boys 100m Intellectually Impaired

New Record – Robert Nipitone, Huron Heights SS – 11.04s

Former Record – Peter Snider, Waterloo CI – 11.98s (2013)

Girls 200m Wheelchair

New Record – Jessica Tinney, Greenwood College – 1:04.18

Former Record – Jeannie Rochon, ESC L’Horizon – 1:17.82 (2013)

Girls 400m Wheelchair

New Record – Jessica Tinney, Greenwood College – 2:12.34

Former Record – Jeannie Rochon, ESC L’Horizon – 2:19.33 (2013)

Boys 200m Wheelchair

New Record – Dylan Ritter, Marshall McLuhan – 33.66s 

Former Record – Dylan Ritter, Marshall McLuhan – 49.16 (2014)

Boys 400m Wheelchair

New Record – Dylan Ritter, Marshall McLuhan – 1:11.09

Former Record – Dylan Ritter, Marshall McLuhan – 1:27.99 (2013)

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