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Upper Canada College’s U11 and U12 track and field teams both placed first in their divisions to give the school the overall title at the Conference of Independent Schools of Ontario Athletic Association (CISAA) championships for their age group.

The U10 team also took part in the May 23 meet at York University.

Brodey Bitove finished first in the U12 80-metre hurdles and set a new city record in high jump for his age group. Davey Seeman set a CISAA record in the U12 800 metres.

Spencer MacInnis set a CISAA record in the U11 javelin event and just missed one in the 200-metre race.

CISAA Prep Track

Action on the track.

JP Mahony set the CISAA record in the U10 200-metre race, while setting a UCC record in the 100 metres. Mahony, Gordon Wu, Cameron Samek and Henry Metcalfe combined to win the U10 four by 100-metre relay. Hunter Vilanez just missed a CISAA record in establishing a school best time in the U10 400 metres. Jonah Dale set a school record in the U10 discus.

UCC’s U13 and U14 teams also competed in a CISAA championship meet at York and had some strong performances.

Ethan Mistry set three UCC records in the U14 400-metre, 800-metre and 1,500-metre races. Colin O’Dwyer set a school record in the U14 shot put.

Jamie Selfe set a school record in the U13 javelin.

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