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ECS athletes win relay bronze at track-and-field provincials

The Estevan Comprehensive School sent many athletes to compete at provincials.
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Truman Ciepliski and Kimi Zepeda, second and third from left, respectively, helped Team 撸奶社区 East win bronze in the 4x100-metre relay.

ESTEVAN - Two members of the Estevan Comprehensive School Elecs' track and field team helped Team 撸奶社区 East win a medal at the Saskatchewan High School Athletics Association's provincial meet on June 7 and 8 at the Gordie Howe Track and Field Facility in Saskatoon.

Truman Ciepliski and Kimi Zepeda competed on the southeast junior boys four by 100-metre relay team that won bronze with a time of 46.75 seconds, .17 seconds ahead of the fourth-place team from north-central Saskatchewan.

In individual events, Adeon Sullivan was sixth in the intermediate boys' 800 metres with a time of two minutes and 17.27 seconds, sixth in the 1,500 metres (4:44.56), fifth in the 3,000 metres (10:20.91) and sixth in the high jump with a leap of 1.6 metres.

Cameron Milbrandt had a fourth-place finish in the intermediate boys' discus throw with a toss of 37.65 metres. Andrew Min was eighth in the senior boys' triple jump with a distance of 11.83 metres. Kruz Shauf was 11th in the junior boys' high jump with a height of 1.6 metres.

Lila Hale competed in three intermediate girls' events, the high jump (1.25 metres), the long jump (4.08 metres) and the triple jump (8.64 metres).

Kimi Zepeda was in the junior boys' 100 metres (12.84 seconds) and 3,000 metres (11:12.03) Also in two events was Rachel Duncan in the intermediate girls' 800 metres (2:55.91) and javelin toss (21.84 metres).

Other ECS athletes who competed were Autumn Snider, intermediate girls' 800 metres (2:49.11); Randi Milbrandt, senior girls' 80-metre hurdles (15.90 seconds); Charlotte Waldegger, junior girls' 200 metres (30.31 seconds); Andrew Min, senior boys' long jump (5.46 metres); Jayden Durr, intermediate boys' triple jump (10.89 metres); and Maximus Vicary, senior boys' triple jump (11.31 metres).

Ciepliski also competed in the junior boys' tetrathlon, finishing sixth, thanks to a fourth-place finish in the 100 metres with a time of 12.48 seconds, 12th in the 800 metres with a time of 2:23.76; fifth in the long jump with a distance of 5.4 metres, and 10th in the shot put with a distance of 9.02 metres.

In the junior girls' tetrathlon, Megan Porter was 14th, thanks to an eighth in the 100 metres with a time of 14.44 seconds, 12th in the 800 metres with a time of 2:59.87, 15th in the long jump with a leap of 3.86 metres, and ninth in the shot put with a toss of 7.52 metres.