The Seven Summits Centre for Learning hosted the Rossland Cross Country School Meet at Black Jack on Wednesday

Rossland students excel at Rossland Cross Country School Meet

Students from the Seven Summits Centre for Learning and Rossland Summit School placed in the top four at a recent cross country school meet.

The Seven Summits Centre for Learning hosted the Rossland Cross Country School Meet at Black Jack on Wednesday, Oct. 19. Students from schools across the region participated, and Rossland students from both Seven Summits and Rossland Summit School placed in the top four for the 2-km elementary female race, the 4-km junior female race, the 4-km senior female race and the 6-km senior male race.

Sofia Maturo, 10, from RSS took first place in the 2-km elementary female race with a final time of 11:01.7.

Jasmine Drolet, 13, of Seven Summits placed first in the junior female race with a time of 19:57.2, and RSS student Natasha Podgurny, 12, finished fourth with a time of 21:56.3.

In the senior female category, Michaela Mclean, 16, placed first with a time of 21:15.9.

For the senior males, two Seven Summits students made the top four. Alvise Scarabosio, 17, placed third with a time of 33:29.9 and Morgan Gash, 17, placed fourth with a time of 33:31.5.

For the complete results of the Rossland Cross Country School Meet, visit webscorer.com/racedetails?raceid=84469&did=91090&cid=483038.

 

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