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Comets off to provincials

Five Campbell River Comets Track and Field Club athletes are off to attend the BC Championship Jamboree in Kamloops this weekend.

Seever Rondquist, Marcus Savery, Madison Ashcroft, Tekarra Reierson and Alice Rondquist are set to show their best and go for gold.

Seever Rondquist, a junior coach with the club, will compete in the shot put and javelin. He plans to use this as preparation for Nationals in Langley this August.

Savery will run the 100 metre, 110m hurdles and the 300m hurdles. Ashcroft, also a junior coach, will throw javelin in Kamloops.

Reierson has done very well this year, despite battling some nagging injuries. She will run the 300m, 80m and 200m hurdles. Finally, Alice Rondquisk will be throwing the shot put and hammer.

 

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