The FFHS Muskies competed in the Harry McMaster Track Meet in Dryden on May 17. The team brought 42 competitors to Dryden and brought home 31 medals:
Avery Degagne – 1st in 100m
Sayler Easton – 1st in 400m , 3rd in 100m
Cadence Sinclair – 3rd in Shot put
Miranda Wilson 1st in 800m, 1500m, 3000m
Trent Wilson 1st in 800m, 1500m, 3000m
Matt Watts – 2nd in 800m and 1500m
Leah Seguin – 1st in 400m, 800m and Long Jump , 3rd in 100m
Tanner Boyer – 2nd in 800m
Jesse Marshchalk – 1st in 100m
Lucas Hendrix – 2nd in 400m and 3rd in 100m
Ben Huziak – 1st in Shot put, Javelin and discus
Brennan Jourdan – 2nd in Shot put
Julia Guertin – 1st in Javelin and 2nd in Discus
Aubrey Eldridge – 2nd in javelin
Avery Sinclair – 3rd in Javelin
Jackson Marchant – 2nd in Javelin
Mikko Picaral – 1st in Long Jump
Ben Gosman – 2nd Long jump
The team is taking 30 athletes to the 2 day NWOSSAA championships which run today and tomorrow in Thunder Bay. Unfortunately NWOSSAA has decided that athletes from the division will not attend OFSAA.
On Thursday, June 2 the Muskies will host their final meet of the season at FFHS.
FFHS will have about 45 competitors and Coach John Dutton says they have commitments from Dryden and Kenora already. They are also anticipating grade seven and eight athletes from across the district, with some hopefully coming from Atikokan and Rainy River High Schools.
Dutton is still looking for volunteers to work as timers, officials and marshalls at the meet next week at FFHS.
Anyone interested in volunteering can contact coach Dutton at 274-6309.