The Estevan Legion Track and Field Club hosted its annual Sole-stice meet on June 12 at the Chamney Family Running Track.
The entrants were divided into different divisions based on age and gender.
The meteor division was for those born in 2010 and 2011. In the male division, Hugh Ross was first and TJ Thompson was second in both standing long jump and softball throw. Ross was first and Dexter Ciepliski was second in the 50-metre dash and the 100-metre dash.
In the meteor female division, Graceigh-Mae Sullivan was first and Baya Summers was second in standing long jump, while Summers was first and Sullivan was second in the softball throw. Morgan Hase was first in the 50-metre dash and the 100-metre dash, while Summers was second in both events.
In the comet division, which is for those born in 2008 and 2009, Truman Ciepliski and Indiana Froese tied for first in the boys running long jump, while Adeon Sullivan was the runner-up. Kyran George was first in softball throw and Ryden Summers was second. Ciepliski was first in the 60-metre dash and the 150-metre dash, with Froesee second in each event. Ryden Summers won the 600-metre dash, and Kail Hilstrom was second.
In comet female, Brooke Dzeryk was first and Rowyn Shier was second in running long jump. Rayelle Curtis was first and Natalie Vandenjurk was second in softball throw. Dzeryk won the 60-metre dash and Vayda Phillips was second, while Phillips was first and Dzeryk was second in the 150-metre dash.
In the star male division for those born in 2006 and 2007, Ryan McIsaac was first and Payton Phillips was second in running long jump, Justin Folbar was first and Blake Andrist was second in softball throw, McIsaac was first and Phillips was second in the 80-metre dash and the 150-metre dash, and Carter Hirsch was first and Andrist was second in the 800-metre dash.
Finally, in star female, Zoey Thompson was first in both running long jump and softball throw, while Kaylin Wilhelm was second in running long jump and Prysm Gooding was second in softball toss. Thompson and Wilhelm were first and second in the 80-metre dash, Wilhelm was first and Hoste was second in the 150-metre dash, and Brielle Farr finished first in the 800-metre dash.
The Sole-stice Classic is a series of meets for young athletes to get involved in running, jumping and throwing competitions. This program is sponsored by Aboriginal Track & Field of Saskatchewan and Saskatchewan Athletics.
The term Sole-stice comes from the idea that the “final meet” will be held near the longest day of the year. The meets are geared for younger athletes.
The top two athletes from each regional meet can advance to the Sole-stice Classic Provincial Finals in Saskatoon on June 22.