Primary schools go head-to-head
After a successful season of intraschool faction carnivals, Narrogin and Williams’ primary schools selected their best athletes to compete in the inter-school athletics carnival.
Narrogin, East Narrogin, St Matthews and Williams primary school all sent representatives to compete at Thomas Hogg Oval last Wednesday.
Narrogin won the day overall, as East Narrogin took out the handicap trophy.
Rhys Hardie collected the gold medal in Year 6 boys’ division for Narrogin, East Narrogin’s Maurice Ugle and Mitchell Cotton claimed silver and bronze, respectively.
Elma Burton and Taya Garelett, both from East Narrogin, wore Year 6 girls’ gold and silver medals home. Narrogin’s Maddie Andrews collected bronze.
Bryce Pauley from St Matthews scored the highest points in the boys Year 5 division, followed by Flynn Harper (Narrogin), while Max Slawinski (East Narrogin) and Cadel Penny (Narrogin) tied in third.
Aaliyah Turner dominated the Year 5 girls for Narrogin, Morgan Wilson (Narrogin) came second and Tyra Khan (Williams) third.
All the medal winners from the day.
East Narrogin’s Alma Blurton and Maurice Ugle with the handicap trophy.
Narrogin’s Rhys Hardie and Lily Beresford with the overall winner’s trophy.
Back: Sonny Shipway, Mitchell Cotton and Johnny Riley. Front: Martin Riley and Connor Wiese.
Back: Azumi Yusman, Alma Blurton and Jasmine Bailey. Front: Maurice Riley and Trevor Eastwood.
Back: Imogen Annear, Harley Heywood, Sasha McGuffie and Kaitlin Behlan. Front: Samantha Felipe and Denise Ejercito.
Cameron Graham, Henry Dyke, Xavier Ballard, Logan Batt and Bryce Pauley.