So Proud of our many Mustang athletes that have competed and won spots at the upcoming BC Games in Prince George this summer, as well as all the Mustang athletes who placed and won a chance to run at the High School Championship Provincials this June 9-11 at Mcleod Athletic Oval.
Mustangs compete in first club meets of the season!
High school group competed in thir first club meet @ the Jennifer Swan memorial in Abbotsford at the Rotary stadium. Results in link below.
The Junior Development group attended their first meet of the season in Burnaby at the annual Norwesters meet, results below.
The BC Elementary meet is in Richmond where many school and club kids get their shot at personal bests and achieving results in their favorite events.
Information in link below below.
BC High school links below.
Grade 8 Invitational event entries link: (Top 24 selected at deadline)https://www.trackie.com/online-registration/event/bc-high-school-gr-8-championship/478140/#.YnVIzOjMLIU
Junior Championship Open Zone (2 open spost per event – selected after deadline):https://www.trackie.com/online-registration/event/bc-high-school-junior-open-zone/478142/#.YnVJmOjMLIU
Senior Championship Open Zone (2 open spost per event – selected after deadline):
Each year in preparation for the annual BC provincials for track and field, schools across BC are divided into zones to compete for a spot at the provincials, which can lead to other scholarship opportunities for post secondary.
The Langley Mustangs would like to give a big congratulations to all of their Mustang kids who competed and achieved great results for their individual schools.
Elijah Olson – Langley Christian School Sr. boys – 1st place – 100M (Meet 1 & 3), 1st place High Jump
Joseph Leyenhorst – Credo Christian School Gr.8 Boys – 2nd place – 100M, 2nd place -400M, 2nd place L. Jump(meet 1), 3rd place – 100m H, 1st place Long jump (meet 3), 1nd place – 200M
Owen Flack – Brookswood Secondary Sr. Boys – 1st place – 400M, 1st place – 200M
Josh Goyer – MEI High School Jr. Boys – 1st place 800M (M.1), 2nd place 800m (M. 3), 1st place 2ooM
Maya Brunoro – Langley Christian School Jr. Girls – 1st place – 400M, 1st place 300M H, 1st place 80M H, 1st place High Jump, 2nd place Long jump
Hayden Hall – Langley Fine Arts School Jr. Boys – 1st place – 400M, 1st place – 200M, 1st place 300M H,
Clara Markey – Sardis High School Jr.girls – 2nd place – 400M, 3rd place 200M, 2nd & 3rd place 80M H, 1st place L. Jump
Mackenzie Hurtubise – Langley Secondary School Jr. girls – 2nd place – 200M, 7th place 100M
Daimon Van Dyk – DW Poppy High School Gr.8 boys – 1st & 2nd place – 800M, 4th place High Jump
Kaitlin Gelowitz – Walnut Grove High School Jr. Girls – 1st & 2nd place – 80M H, 1st -High jump, 3rd place Long jump.
Logan Hall – Langley Fine Arts School Gr.8 Boys – 1st place – 100M H (Meet 1 & 3), 2nd place H.Jump, 3rd& 1st place L. Jump, 1st place High jump
Jaina Kang – Credo Christian High School Jr. Girls – 3rd 800M, 1st 1500M Steeplechase
Dominic Bates – Langley Christian School Sr.boys – 7th place 200M
Maddison Gordon – RE Mountain Sr. Girls – 1st place 100MH
Andrew Gunnick – Credo Christian High School Sr. Boys – 1st place 1500M
Riley Simmonds -Vedder middle school jr.boys – 1st place 3000M, 1st place 1500M
Noah Louwerse – Credo Christian High School – Jr boys – 7th place 100M, 1st & 2nd place 800M, 1st place 1500M
Kiera Crawford – Langley Fine Arts School – Gr.8 Girls – 8th place 100M
BIG Congrats to the aggregate and MVP medal winners.
Madison Gordon, Hayden Hall, Joseph leyenhorst, Emma Verrault, Noah Louwerse, Elijah Olson, Riley Simmonds
Eastern Valley ZONE 3 & 4 championship Finals below
The Langley Mustangs Track and field athletics club is honored and excited to host the 2022/23 Canadian National Track and Field championships at their home stadium at McLeod Athletic Oval @ 5687 Johnston Townline Rd in Langley BC in participation with Bell and Vesta properties and the Township of Langley.
A beautiful sunny day to kick off the first meet of the outdoor season for many athletes! Results are posted here!
Junior Development athlete Jairus Sorokovsky was named Performer of the Meet for 12 year old boys at the recently held JD Regional Challenge in Abbotsford. Head coach Andrew Lenton was pleased to hear of the award: “This kind of recognition is important as it rewards development of skills in several different event areas, something recommended in the long term athlete development model for track and field.”