Calrossy HRIS Cross Country team comes away with success
It was a successful day for Calrossy Sport last Friday! With two of the biggest teams we have sent to HRIS Cross Country it was fantastic to see so much Red and Blue on the Track. Calrossy Junior School had an amazing eight student achieve a top ten position! Primrose Hatfield came away with an excellent 5th position with Callum Lockwood gaining 10th place in the 7/8 Yr's category. Layla Foy achieved 9th and Jeremy Scott ran 5th in the 9Yr's category. Aleksey Chambers shot through and ran third in the 10 Yr's age group. Emmett Hall, Zaiden Kelly and Sarah Pickens all achieved very respectable 6th, 8th and 10th which gave Calrossy three athletes in the top ten of the 11 Yr's age group. We're sure Calrossy Secondary School will be eyeing off these three for their team next year!
Calrossy Secondary School results were just as impressive with track superstar Abbie Peet continuing her dominance in the Multi Class race. Accompanied by her (much slower) guide Mr Price, she sailed to an easy victory! Jack Kelly achieved 4th placing in an extremely competitive 12 Yr's field. Calrossy had two top ten placings in the 15 Yr's with Lucy Scanlon coming in 4th and Olivia Coombes 9th.
Larissa Smyth was a step ahead the rest in the 16 Yr's category. She ran an amazing race and achieved a first place. All three Smyth students were in attendance on Friday so the Running gene is definitely in their blood. Chairlie Osland ran his heart out and achieved 3rd place in the 17 Yr's division. Well done everyone.
A GROUP of Tamworth students are creating history as the first ever prep class to graduate from Calrossy Anglican School. Calrossy's inaugural prep class in 2008 will graduate Year 12 this year, and were recognised during a special Zoom assembly on Friday. As the school's transitional education program goes from strength to strength, Calrossy has also expanded prep in 2022 to offer programs three, four and five days a week.
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