Sage Stefani placed ninth overall in the girls pentathlon at the BC Summer Games.

Rossland athletes compete in BC Summer Games

Seven Rossland athletes competed in the BC Summer Games in Abbotsford over the weekend.

Seven Rossland athletes competed in the BC Summer Games in Abbotsford over the weekend, and while none brought home a medal, they still did Rossland proud.

Sage Stefani placed ninth overall in the girls pentathlon. Breaking the pentathlon down by individual event, she placed sixth in the girls shot put and high jump, eighth in the 8oom and long jump, and ninth in the 80m hurdles. Stefani was also on the girls 400m relay team, which placed sixth out of seven teams.

Tyler Catalano placed 12th in the boys long jump, 14th in the boys 100m and 18th in the boys javelin. Catalano was also on the boys 100m relay team, which placed sixth out of eight teams.

Alexander Forshaw played on the Kootenays boys box lacrosse team, which placed seventh out of eight teams.

Logan Tanguay was on the Kootenays boys soccer team, which came in eighth out of eight teams.

Kelly Acheson, Eva D’Odorico and Amie Fairweather played on the Kootenays girls soccer team, which placed eighth out of eight teams.

 

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