LKSSAA Track And Field Wraps Up

Ally Oulds Track and Field

Ally Oulds of CKSS was the Senior Girls champion and female athlete of the meet – Photo by Peggy Johnson/

The 2017 LKSSAA track and field championships came to an end Wednesday at Chatham-Kent Secondary School with close to 600 athletes from across Chatham-Kent and Lambton County competing.

At the senior girls level, Ally Oulds of CKSS was named athlete of the meet, and won the individual title. She won the 200m dash, 400m hurdles, and 400m dash, as well as helping CKSS win two relay events. Her CKSS senior girls also took the team title.

CKSS’ Payton Sabourin won the Junior girls title, winning the 100m, 200m, 400m, and two relays.

At the Midget Girls level, CKSS’ Camille Blain won the overall crown, and her CKSS team won the team title. She won the 80m hurdles, 300m hurdles, 200m dash, and was part of CKSS’ winning 4 x 100m relay.

Pain Court’s Aidan Lachine won the Junior Boys division.

The top eight finishers from each division will compete next week at the SWOSSAA championships, which begin Wednesday at CKSS, and finish Thursday at the University of Windsor.

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