EJ Link from Agassiz competed in the Upper Fraser Valley track meet last Thursday at Abbotsford's Rotary Stadium

AESS athletes heading the Fraser Valleys

Agassiz students competed in Upper Fraser Valleys in Abbotsford

Several Agassiz students traveled to Abbotsford to compete in the Upper Fraser Valley track meet last Thursday.

The Grade 8 girls 4×100 relay team placed fifth in their category with a time of 58.29.

Lauren Lowe placed fifth in grade 8 girls long jump, with a distance of 4.13 m.

Brooke Duncan placed sixth in senior girls shot put, with a distance of 7.62 m. Hannah Exley placed sixth in the 100m with a time of 14.13.

EJ Link placed ninth in senior boys shot put, with a distance of 10.60 m.

Athletes that placed will now move onto the Fraser Valleys, held May 13-15 at the Rotary Stadium in Abbotsford.


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