The Nakusp Secondary School track and field team travelled to Cranbrook on May 13 to participate in the zone competition. Students high jumped, long jumped and relayed throughout the competition. Brothers Isaac and Jake Flamand, Colby Mackintosh and Aiden Hascarl were successful in securing spots in the provincials. The 2019 BC High School Track Field Championships will take place May 30 to June 1 in Kelowna. Photos submitted

NSS Track team members headed to provincials

Nakusp Secondary School students do well at track meet

Nakusp Secondary School students do well at track meet

 

The Nakusp Secondary School track and field team travelled to Cranbrook on May 13 to participate in the zone competition. Students high jumped, long jumped and relayed throughout the competition. Brothers Isaac and Jake Flamand, Colby Mackintosh and Aiden Hascarl were successful in securing spots in the provincials. The 2019 BC High School Track Field Championships will take place May 30 to June 1 in Kelowna. Photos submitted

The Nakusp Secondary School track and field team travelled to Cranbrook on May 13 to participate in the zone competition. Students high jumped, long jumped and relayed throughout the competition. Brothers Isaac and Jake Flamand, Colby Mackintosh and Aiden Hascarl were successful in securing spots in the provincials. The 2019 BC High School Track Field Championships will take place May 30 to June 1 in Kelowna. Photos submitted

The Nakusp Secondary School track and field team travelled to Cranbrook on May 13 to participate in the zone competition. Students high jumped, long jumped and relayed throughout the competition. Brothers Isaac and Jake Flamand, Colby Mackintosh and Aiden Hascarl were successful in securing spots in the provincials. The 2019 BC High School Track Field Championships will take place May 30 to June 1 in Kelowna. Photos submitted

The Nakusp Secondary School track and field team travelled to Cranbrook on May 13 to participate in the zone competition. Students high jumped, long jumped and relayed throughout the competition. Brothers Isaac and Jake Flamand, Colby Mackintosh and Aiden Hascarl were successful in securing spots in the provincials. The 2019 BC High School Track Field Championships will take place May 30 to June 1 in Kelowna. Photos submitted

The Nakusp Secondary School track and field team travelled to Cranbrook on May 13 to participate in the zone competition. Students high jumped, long jumped and relayed throughout the competition. Brothers Isaac and Jake Flamand, Colby Mackintosh and Aiden Hascarl were successful in securing spots in the provincials. The 2019 BC High School Track Field Championships will take place May 30 to June 1 in Kelowna. Photos submitted

The Nakusp Secondary School track and field team travelled to Cranbrook on May 13 to participate in the zone competition. Students high jumped, long jumped and relayed throughout the competition. Brothers Isaac and Jake Flamand, Colby Mackintosh and Aiden Hascarl were successful in securing spots in the provincials. The 2019 BC High School Track Field Championships will take place May 30 to June 1 in Kelowna. Photos submitted

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