Herrald wins cross country

LEONGATHA Primary School students laced up their running shoes for their three kilometre house cross country last week.
Students from Grade 3 to 6 wore their house colours with pride and cheered on their class mates as each crossed the finish line.
“Everyone who got out there today should be really proud,” Leongatha Primary School teacher Ben Soumilas said.
“It’s not an easy thing to do.”
It was a successful day with a number of volunteers coming along to help.
“We had an army of parents marshalling and looking after the kids as they went past,” Mr Soumilas said.
The results were as follows:
First place: Herrald House with 166 points.
Second place: Johnston House with 161 points.
Third place: Strzelecki House with 148 points.
Fourth place: Wightman House with 140 points.
Girls 12/13: First – Alicia Marshman, Second – Kaitlin Funnell, Third – Sophie Allen and Fourth – Ella Lyons.
Boys 12/13: First – Jarrod Ross, Second – Reegan Kemp, Third – Royce Patterson and Fourth – Leeiain Deering.
Girls 11: First – Chloe Brown, Second – Phoebe Davidson, Third – Maeve Muldoon and Fourth – Chelsea Allen.
Boys 11: First – Jacob Wrigley, Second – Noah Fixter, Third – Tom Roberts and Fourth –Beau Fennell.
Girls 9/10: First – Lily Caithness, Second – Makenzi Gourlay, Third – Hannah Kleevan and Fourth – Grace Patterson.
Boys 9/10: First – Thomas Hanily, Second – Xavier Bolge, Third – Tyler Richards and Fourth – Josh Wight.

Champions: from left, Jacob, Chloe, Lily, Alicia, Tom and Jarrod were the cross country medal winners.

Champions: from left, Jacob, Chloe, Lily, Alicia, Tom and Jarrod were the cross country medal winners.

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