By: Huronia Centennial Elementary School  09-12-2011

On Wed. Oct.14  the kids on the cross country team went to Little Lake Park for our first meet. When we got there we took a tour of the course. The grade 7/8 went first then Grade 6’s, Grade 5’s then finally grade 4’s. The grade 4’s had to wait until 1:00 to run. The older grades went first. Everyone who ran had to wear a special tag. The Grade 4’s ran 2 km, the Grade 5’S and 6’s ran 2 and a half km, and grade 7/8 ran 3 km.

Everyone had a fun time.  All the people who participated did a fantastic job.

By: Madelyn M., Grade 4

 Our Grade 5  Boys’ team won the pennant!  Congratulations to Owen, Nevin, Tye and Kam.  Eight H.C.E.S. runners qualified for the regional meet which is being held today at Mount St. Louis Moonstone.  We wish them luck!

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