Two Cody students progressed to track and field zones

Two H. J. Cody High School students competed at the zones track and field meet in Camrose yesterday.

Two H. J. Cody High School students competed at the zones track and field meet in Camrose yesterday (Wednesday) after winning berths at the Central Alberta high school meet at Lindsay Thurber Composite High School in Red Deer last week.

Alex Donaghy placed second in long jump and third in high jump. She was joined in Camrose by Cara Derbyshire who placed second in high jump.

In other results:

Girls: Talissa Munce placed third in 200m and fourth in 100m. Gabby Trudel was fifth in 200m and seventh in 100m. Aubri Webster was fourth in hurdles. Corinna Fox was third in 400m. Akane Kasakawa was fourth in both 100m and long jump.

Boys: Cody Rumbolt placed third in 100m, fourth in high jump and fifth in long jump. Bryce Marshall was fifth in 1500m and sixth in triple jump.

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