Lee headed to provincial cross-country meet

Several students from Erskine School shone at a cross-country meet in Lacombe on Oct. 17, with one earning the gold medal

Grade 7 student Isaac Lee from Erskine School holds the gold medal he earned at a recent cross-country meet in Lacombe.

Several students from Erskine School shone at a cross-country meet in Lacombe on Oct. 17, with one earning the gold medal for his age division.

Grade 7 student Isaac Lee took first place for his group, completing the two-kilometre course in 7:33, a gap of more than 40 seconds over his closest competitor.

Lee was the only student in the Clearview Public Schools division to earn gold at the CWAJHAA meet. He will go on to compete at provincials in Ardrossan on Nov. 1.

Several other Erskine students placed in the top 10 for their age groups. Ava Lee finished eighth among Grade 6 girls, while Marcus Laisnez finished seventh among Grade 6 boys.

Avery Chick was eighth among Grade 7 girls, while Gracie Morbeck finished eighth among Grade 9 girls.

Also competing from Erskine were Alandra Couch, Jackson Squires, Connor Robertson, Zac Bryson and Isaac Nibourg.

Over 770 runners from grades 6 through 9, representing four school divisions, competed at the meet in Lacombe.

 

Just Posted

Stettler secondhand charity looks for new home

Superfluity lease not being renewed; will move by Sept., 2018

First auction of 2018 has solid numbers: auction market

Stettler Auction Mart sees 700 head move through Jan. 9

Lars Callieou to entertain in Halkirk on Feb. 10

Volunteer appreciation supper held on Friday night

Outrage against hunting ‘pretty animals’

But its ok if they are ‘stupid and ugly’

What to do after online accounts are hacked

Facebook, email and other accounts hold vital information

Erskine Professional Motocross Athlete appears in Edmonton

Chad Bauman performs as part of ‘Ground and Gravity’

John ‘Chick’ Webster, believed to be oldest living former NHL player, dies

Webster died Thursday at his home in Mattawa, Ont., where he had resided since 1969

Bad timing: Shutdown spoils Trump’s one-year festivities

Trump spends day trying to hash out a deal with Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer

Provincial park no more

The province transferred Sylvan Lake Provincial Park to the Town yesterday

Protect pets from canine flu

Sylvan Lake veterinarian spoke to the Sylvan Lake News about the canine flu

Las Vegas shooter acted alone, exact motive still undetermined: Sheriff

Stephen Paddock was behind the gunfire that killed 58 people including two Canadians

Botox, bomb shelters, and the blues: one year into Trump presidency

A look into life in Washington since Trump’s inauguration

New County of Stettler reeve, new councillor to go to conference in Maritimes

County of Stettler selling off ATCO trailers from shop site

B.C. out of the running for Amazon’s next headquarters

Toronto is the only Canadian city left in the running despite the province backing Metro Vancouver’s bid for new Amazon headquarters

Most Read


Weekly delivery plus unlimited digital access for $50.40 for 52 issues (must live within 95 kilometers of Stettler) Unlimited Digital Access for one year for $50.40 Prefer to have us call you? Click here and we’ll get back to you within one business day.