Oceanside track awards

2013 Oceanside track and field stars honoured in annual awards night

The Oceanside Track and Field Club held their year end awards ceremony

The Oceanside Track and Field Club held their awards night at Ballenas

Secondary School on March 12, to hand out the hardware to those who had an excellent 2013 season.

The OTFC will hold their first practice of the 2014 season on April 1 and are looking forward to another great year. Anyone looking to join should contact Kim and Randy Longmuir at 250-248-8515 or ranlong@telus.net.

• Outstanding newcomer: Kokeb Cooper, Felix Richter

• Most improved: Allie Proctor, Kyra Blyt, Noah Elliott, Simon Morrison

• Outstanding sportsmanship: Libby Elliott, Kate Morrison, Alena Woolnough, Colson Schneider

• Outstanding effort: Nathaniel Abel, Logan Keltie, Rebecca Bassett, Peter Oxland

• Most inspirational: Serena Woolnough, Steven Schan

• Outstanding performance: Taylor Sayah, Steven Schan, Peter Oxland, Miryam Bassett, Makayla Hoey, Felix Richter, Thomas Oxland

• Outstanding female: Miryam Bassett, Makayla Hoey

• Outstanding male: Thomas Oxland, Felix Richter

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