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2018 CROSS COUNTRY REPORT

HOUSE CROSS COUNTRY CARNIVAL

The Huntingtower House Cross Country was run on Friday, 24th August. After all the rain, we were lucky to have a beautiful, warm day for the event. Each runner did their best around the new course at Jells Park North, which created a lively atmosphere for spectators and participants. Congratulations to each House for the fine spirit in which they competed, making the day a great success Results were very close, and the winning house was Mather.

Overall House Rankings:

1st – Mather

2nd – Bruce

Tied 3rd – Rayner & Warrell

Huge Congratulations to the following students who were medallists:

U13 Girls 1st - Sophie Lan Jiang   2nd - Mia Wright   3rd - Katherine Noutso

U13 Boys 1st - James Ashe    2nd - Aiden Fyfield    3rd - Oscar Richards

U14 Girls 1st - Abby Harrington   2nd - Jasmine Schokman    3rd - Hannah Kaur

U14 Boys 1st - Cody le Blanc   2nd - Matt Giagoudakis   3rd - Zafiri Karanasios

U15 Girls 1st -Tharushi Amararatne   2nd - Natalia Bednarowicz   3rd - Sasha Girski

U15 Boys1st Dean van de Waterbeemd    2nd - Max Nichols   3rd - James Jessup

U16 Girls 1st- Kaja Clayton   2nd - Laura Ariens   3rd - Sarah Morley

U16 Boys1st - Joshua Barelier   2nd - Luke Rodrigo   3rd- Miller Synman

U17 Girls 1st - Lucy Dobbyn   2nd - Jordan le Blanc   3rd - Chavelle Liu

U17 Boys1st Alasdair Hackett   2nd - Nicolas Mercieca   3rd- George Tyurin

Open Girls 1st - Emily Ariens   2nd - Sam Morley   3rd - Louise Chau

Open Boys 1st - Mitchell Mennie   2nd - Tomas Riley   3rd - Cameron Sturgeon


EISM CROSS COUNTRY CARNIVAL

The Eastern Independent Schools Melbourne (EISM) Cross Country Carnival was held Wednesday 12 September at Ruffey Lake Park in Doncaster.

This is a very large carnival, with the EISM hosting all three divisions in the same location on the same day. This brings together students from 21 independent schools across the eastern region of Melbourne. The Cross Country carnival is truly a celebration of the EISM sporting network.

Our extremely dedicated students and staff have been training for some time now and were keen to race the delightful trails of Ruffey Lake Park. Their hard work, and the support of each other, contributed to Huntingtower winning overall in the Central Division. A special thank you needs to go to all teachers who were involved in training sessions throughout the term, and an even bigger thank you to the students who attended the weekly trainings and braved the cold mornings – the trophy is an awesome reward for their effort!

Please see below a summary of our outstanding results:

AGE GROUP OVERALL RESULTS

  • 1st in U13, U15, U16, Open Girls & Open boys
  • 2nd In U14 Boys
  • 3rd in U14 Girls

OVERALL

  • GIRLS AGGREGATE - 1st Place
  • BOYS AGGREGATE - 3rd Place
  • Overall Central Division - 1st Place

INDIVIDUAL

Those who got medals are listed below but worth mention

  • U13, U15 & U16Girls had 3 finish in top 10
  • Open boys had 3 finish in top 10


SPORTING ACHIEVEMENTS

Throughout Term 3, we have had some spectacular sports results across the School! Here are some of the highlights:

  • 8/9 Central Girls Table Tennis coached by Danielle Jones: Def Kingswood 5-16 – 4-13
  • 8/9 Southern Girls Basketball coached by Julieanne Douglas: Def Nunawading 31-20
  • SENIOR Central Boys Table Tennis coached by Jacob Davey : Def Eltham 9-27 – 0-0
  • SENIOR Central Girls Netball A coached by Julieanne Douglas: Def Kingswood 27-24
  • SENIOR Central Girls Table Tennis coached by Danielle Jones: Def By Kingswood 3-13 – 6-20
  • SENIOR Southern Boys Table Tennis coached by Jacob Davey: Def Oakleigh 5-18- 4-16
  • SENIOR Southern Girls Table Tennis coached by Danielle Jones : Def by Oakleigh 3-11 – 6-19
  • SENIOR Mixed Badminton coached by Rob Doxey: Def by Rudolf Steiner 9-18 – 9-21
  • SENIOR Girls Hockey Div 1 coached by Adam Drennan: Def Knox 5-0

Huge congratulations to these teams, although of course it is not all about medals! Well done to every student who has participated in the Huntingtower Winter Sports Program. We are fortunate to have such a diverse array of dedication and talent in our community!