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Slideshow: Records set at Gary Reed Invitational

The Gary Reed Invitational track and field meet was hosted by the Kamloops Track and Field Club at the Tournament Capital Centre last weekend. Local athletes owned the podium and set a handful of meet, provincial and national records.

The Gary Reed Invitational track and field meet was hosted by the Kamloops Track and Field Club at the Tournament Capital Centre last weekend.

Local athletes owned the podium and set a handful of meet, provincial and national records.

The following are results from the under-16 to masters divisions.

Sunette Lessing was first in the 60m, with a B.C. record, first in high jump, with a Canadian record, and second in long jump, with a B.C. record.

Anne Stark earned gold in the 60m, Kasha Vitoratos was first in the 1,500m, Kayla Hermiston placed first in the 3,000m and Sophia D’Amore topped the podium in high jump.

Helen Geise was second in the 60-metre. Maia Vitoratos was first in the 1,500m and 3,000m.

Miriam Cavani placed first in high jump and long jump, with a meet record in the latter. Michelle Ritter was first in 60m hurdles and high jump and second in long jump.

Ben Makwarimba claimed gold in the 60m and silver in the 200m, Lucas Heer was third in the 200m and Parker Lehman was first in the 1,500m and 3,000m.

Bryce Lehman topped the podium in the 3,000m, Jaden Allen secured a first-place finish in high jump, with a meet-record leap, and Bazil Spencer finished first in high jump.

Kian Zabihi finished atop the podium in shot put, Fem Boutillier placed first in long jump, with a meet-record effort, and Randy Sheldon earned gold medals in the 60m and 200m, with meet records in both, and earned gold in the 400m.

Derm Strong set a pair of meet records and won gold in the 60m and 200m. He also placed first in the 400m.

The following results were posted in under-13 action.

Tianna Zabihi snagged gold in the 60m and silver in the 200m and shot put, with a meet-record toss. Rya Liburd placed first in the 60m and long jump, setting a meet record in the latter.

Karissa Chung placed first in the 60m and second in the 200m.

Paige Planded claimed silver in the high jump, Lienke Raath had first-place finishes in the 200m and 1,000m and a second-place result in long jump.

Paige Cooper was first in long jump and shot put, with a meet record in the latter. Jaxen Majak claimed silver in the 60m and bronze in the 200m.

Taylor Coulson placed third in long jump, Stephanie Jones earned silver in high jump, with a meet-record leap, and Danica Renwick was second in the 60m, 200m and long jump.

Mateo Maldonado claimed first in high jump and long jump and third in the 60m. Jensen Tremblay was first in the 60m and the 200m. Mason Hondzel secured silver in the 60m and high jump and bronze in long jump.

Rylan Sheldon had a meet-record gold-medal effort in the 60m, won gold in high jump and placed second in the 200m.

Tristan Giles earned gold in the 60m and long jump, Andrew Humphrey pinched silver in the 60m and Chaz Purves nabbed gold in high jump and silver in the 200m and long jump.

Nate Horton won two medals, silver in high jump and third in long jump, and Tomas Heer won gold in the long jump and 600m and second in high jump.

Jacob Heer claimed second in long jump, Cole Parkes won silver in the 1,000m and third in shot put.

Owen Boulter came first in shot put.

Athletes ages nine to 71 competed and a 60m race was held for the KTFC’s youngest members, the five- to eight-year-old Track Rascals.