Creston high school runners compete at cross-country provincials

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Five members of the Prince Charles Secondary School cross-country running team travelled to the provincial race in Prince George on Nov. 3.

Two hundred sixty-four runners competed in the boys race. Grade 12 student Nick Mottl finished 25th, while Grade 10 students Kieran Simpson and Ethan Huscroft placed, respectively, 120th and 189th.

Two hundred  fifty-one runners competed in the girls competition. Grade 9 student Emily Simpson finished 29th and Grade 10 student Ada Browne finished 231st.

This marks the end of the season for the cross-country team coached by Michelle Ares and sponsored by Rob Simpson.

•The senior girls volleyball team travelled to Kimberley on the weekend, where they finished sixth out of the 10 participating teams. The seniors are two weeks away from zone championships.

— PRINCE CHARLES SECONDARY SCHOOL

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