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Comets celebrate another great year

The Campbell River Comets Track and Field Club held their Annual Awards Night at the Sportsplex Oct. 25 to wrap up the 2016 season

The Campbell River Comets Track and Field Club held their Annual Awards Night at the Sportsplex Oct. 25 to wrap up the 2016 season.

The club had a stellar 2016 and will keep the momentum going with conditioning practices beginning this week in anticipation of the 2017 season.

The Award recipients were:

  • Rookie of the Year – Jessica Grafton/Tyza Skuse/Luke Dirom
  • Paul Messinger Award (most dedicated athlete) – Seever Rondquist
  • Sportsmanship (female) – Abby Underhill
  • Sportsmanship (male) – Jeremy McInnes
  • Most Improved (female) – Heather Mudie
  • Most Improved (male) – Zach MudieOutstanding Junior Development (female) – Emily Milne
  • Outstanding Junior Development (male) – Trent Perras/Luke Dirom
  • Outstanding Midget and older (female) – Tatum Feeney
  • Outstanding Midget and older (male) – Seever Rondquist

The Comets also had three competitors take part in the Cross-Country Provincials held in Nanaimo this past weekend.  Anna Chatterton placed 10th in her age group, Rowen Berkey placed 10th in his age group and Diego Christiansen-Barker placed 15th.

New registration for the Comets’ 2017 season will take place in February.

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