Inter-house athletics at Biggenden
ATHELTICS: After two days of competition only seven points separated Milo and Ajax in the Biggenden State School Inter-house athletics carnival last week.
Milo proved victors with 1066 points over Ajax on 1059.
Seven records were broken or equalled on the day with Lucas McAskill smashing Brett Brooks’ 2002 16 years boys shotput record of 8.60m with a throw of 10.75m
Two other shotput records were broken, with Ivan Wykes in 10 years boys breaking Jaiden Nairn’s 2013 record of 6.82m with his throw of 7.29m.
In 16 years girls Niwaa Patrick broke Jessica Clark’s 2013 record of 6.44m with her put of 6.99.
In the 400m Niwaa took almost three seconds off Leteysha Randall’s 1999 record with her run of 1m 26.28s.
Chloe Brown in five years girls high jump equalled Emily Pakinson’s 2014 record of 56cm.
In the same age group, Lilli Randall broke the 1.49m long jump record set by S Treloar (2013) and N Weerasooriya (2016) with her leap of 1.6m.
Charli Fuller in seven
years girls bocce added a further 50cm on Kaylee Garrigon’s 2010 record with a throw of 6.39m.
Competition was so hotly contested during the carnival when it came to the 14 years girls age champion there was only point in it.
WINNERS ARE GRINNERS: Biggenden State School age champions from their inter-house athletics carnival held last week.
Brittany Brookes, Timothy Geissler and Matthew Worsley.
Milo sports captains Abbie Garrigan and Lucas McAskill.
Sharna Williams and Demoya Barkle dressed up for Ajax.
Record breakers Niwaa Patrick, Ivan Wykes and Lucas McAskill.
Neil Bryant, Tamara kell and Tom Hellmricht got into the spirit.
Off and running in one of the relays at the Biggenden State School inter-house athletics carnival.
Action from the Biggenden State School inter-house carnival.
Charli Fuller, Lillie Randall and Chloe Brown broke records.