Linnea Crawshaw will be joining 29 other Campbell River-area athletes at the BC Summer Games opening in Abbotsford July 20.

Area athletes heading to BC Summer Games

Campbell River area athletes are gearing up for the BC Summer Games which open in Abbotsford next week.

The Campbell River area has 29 athletes, coaches or officials competing for the Vancouver Island-Central Coast Zone team.

They are:

Athletics: John Akehurst (as an official), Tatum Feeney, Fergus Hall, Zachary Mudie,  and Vince Sequeira (official).

Athletics – Special Olympics: Hazen Meade.

Baseball: Connor Hall, Brayden McClary.

Equestrian: Linnaea Crawshaw.

Golf: Thomas Drew.

Rugby – Girls: Samantha Atkinson.

Soccer – Boys: Nathan Chow, Joshua Rolland.

Soccer – Girls: Kaitlyn Dreger, Rowen Flood.

Softball – Girls: Piper Doerkson.

Swimming: Carson Bradley, Regan Kenneth.

Swimming – Special Olympics: Ashley Adie, Nick Benner.

Towed Water Sports: Zoe Garlinski-Gonsky, Tyler Jochimski.

Volleyball – Girls: Sophia Johnson.

Wrestling: Tess Bodenham, Philip Cizmic (official), Corinne Holmes, Joel House, Kaitlyn Jinda, Matt Sparling (head coach).

 

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