Years 2-6 Interhouse Cross Country Carnival 2018

On Friday 1 June the Year 2 – 6 students participated in the Interhouse Cross Country Carnival.  Led by our House Captains Anna Sawicki and Shai Ziemann Langley of Lindbeck, Krystle Paschini and Byron Newton of Laurence, Nikkita Sheridan Clarke and Anotida Chiyangwa of Moody Madison Hall and Ryley Malaquin of Murray students warmed up and prepared to run their fastest over the 850m (Year 2) or 1.85km (Year 3 -6) course.

For the first day of winter, we were treated to blue skies and perfect running conditions. The morning was filled with many close finishes and excellent cheering by students, staff and parents and sing a long to various Disney songs. After all the competitors returned and the points had been tallied the winner of the 2018 PCACS Cross Country Carnival is:

1st Murray - 570 points

2nd Moody - 537 points

3rd Lindbeck - 492 points

4th Laurence - 464 points

Congratulations to the following students who achieved Champion medals:





Year 2 Boys

Dane Sproxton

Zylen Pescod

Conor Sheen

Year 2 Girls

Gabriella Mayor

Maria Sawicki

Amelie Howitt

Year 3 Boys

Harley Elwell

Ky Hamersley

Jacob Waaka

Year 3 Girls

Isabella Steiner

Sonia Gosian

Teagan Pearson

Year 4 Boys

Zayde Kingston

Mason Smith

Maxi Steiner

Year 4 Girls

Adilynne Leaf

Hannah Mae Rowse

Sophie Vermey

Year 5 Boys

Riley McNamara

Kai Keulder

Deakon Thomas

Year 5 Girls

Bella Knight

Ithica Harris

Chace Jolley

Year 6 Boys

Lucas Dorant

Deacon Mastaglia

Tyler Layman

Year 6 Girls

Joss Wilson

Anna Sawicki

Trinity Jenkins

All the students who participated and completed the track should be very proud of themselves.  A big thank you goes to our Year 6 Captains who helped warm up all the runners and guided students on the track. To all the staff who helped ensure no one was lost and spurred on the students to keep going. Lastly, a huge thank you goes to family members and friends who came to cheer the students or help during the carnival, your support is greatly appreciated.

Mrs Rhiannon Chapman