Mikayla Capelle terrific at AHN track meet

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By Jon Zacks


Mikayla Capelle continued her dominance over youth track and field this weekend.

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The Dawson Creek native moved up an age class this year, but still set four new meet records at the annual Alaska Highway News Track and Field Meet in Fort St. John.

Capelle set new marks in the 10 year-old girls long jump, javelin, 60 metre dash, and 100 metre dash.

Other notable performances include:

· Emma Lang – set a new meet record in the 9 year-old girls 60 metres (5.92 seconds) and 800 metres (3:15.6)
· Danielle Harder – set new record in the 12 year-old girls 1500 metres (5:54.86)
· Zoe Morrison – set new record in the 11 year-old girls javelin (11.4 metres)

In all, 67 athletes took part in the competition, and 19 meet records were set.
For a complete list of results, click on the attachment below.

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