It was good to be back at the SWSC again, as this meant more time for more divisions of races as well as more novelty events. There was also a lot of support from parents who came to watch and I know that this was appreciated by our students.
After a long dry spell, Goldsmith House finished on top in the end, after a very close contest with Redding which came down to the last few relays. It was also a close contest in many of the age groups for champions and runners up, with three tied results this year. Congratulations to all who represented their House and especially those brave people who stepped outside their comfort zone to fill in for someone, or tackle an event that was new for them!
The House totals, individual medal winners and record breakers are listed below.
1st – Goldsmith – 2326 points
2nd – Redding – 2306 points
3rd – Knight – 2146 points
4th – Wilson – 2003 points
Age Group Champions and Runners Up
|Age Group||Champion||Runner Up|
|Year 7 Girls||Amelia Ellis||Sasha Prowse|
|Year 7 Boys||Kai Gleeson||Oliver Williams|
|Year 8 Girls||Charleah White||Grace Smith|
|Year 8 Boys||Nathan Hughes||Thomas Walker|
|Year 9 Girls||Tana Hathway||Ruby Eastaugh|
|Year 9 Boys||Angus Walker||Conor Barbour & Leeuwin Prowse|
|Year 10 Girls||Bel Dabic and Taneisha Scott||Ruby McLellan|
|Year 10 Boys||Thomas Bouzada-Olgiati||Blake Taylor|
|Year 11 Girls||Lily O’Meara||Scarlett Riddle & Neve Hathway|
|Year 11 Boys||Dustin Gee||Lucas Habermehl|
|Year 12 Girls||Meghan Watts||Indi Perry-Vaughan|
|Year 12 Boys||Darryl Hazelden||Eamon Noonan|
We now look forward to the ACC Interschool Carnival in Perth on Friday, 24 March.