Carnival brings out best in competitors

Michael TraillNarrogin Observer
Champions and Runner-ups from the day.
Camera IconChampions and Runner-ups from the day. Credit: Jo Hayes

Eleven records were broken during East Narrogin Primary School’s faction athletics carnival at Thomas Hogg oval last Thursday.

Jarrah faction marching out.
Camera IconJarrah faction marching out. Credit: Jo Hayes

Maurice Ugle was crowned Year 6 champion boy and Mitchell Cotton was runner-up.

Max Slawinski, Tyrone Lanciano and Johnny Riley.
Camera IconMax Slawinski, Tyrone Lanciano and Johnny Riley. Credit: Jo Hayes

Taya Garlett and Alma Burton finished Year 6 girls champion and runner-up respectively.

Andrew Presland, Ethan Long, Sonny Shipway and Aiden Holds.
Camera IconAndrew Presland, Ethan Long, Sonny Shipway and Aiden Holds. Credit: Jo Hayes

Max Slawinski finished just in front of John Riley to claim the Year 5 champion boy medal, while Jai Harcourt was Year 5 champion girl and Marjorie Ugle runner-up.

Emma Warburton, Isabella Budby, Emma Furphy, Eloise Cooper and Cindy hough.
Camera IconEmma Warburton, Isabella Budby, Emma Furphy, Eloise Cooper and Cindy hough. Credit: Pictures: Jo Hayes

Martin Riley was Year 4 champion boy ahead of Trevor Eastwood by a single point and Kayleigh Drage was champion girl and Isabella Budby runner-up.

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