Bisons Cross Country / Track & Field

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Coaches Leah Adelman and Rick Delainey 

2019 track had a very successful season with 27 athletes competing at Sectionals and 24 of those athletes qualifying for Districts. From there, 7 athletes represented our school at the Provincial Championships where many of our athletes set personal bests.

The track season begins in the spring. Some exceptional athletes have participated in LCBI’s track program over the years. To properly support our athletes, we have several coaches who help with throws, jumps, sprints and distance. Since track doesn’t compete with other sports for athletes, the Bison Track Team is large. In addition to hosting their own track meet, LCBI’s athletes participate in conference, regional and provincial meets throughout the season. LCBI athletes enjoy the use of quality training sites for both track and field events.

Track & Field

Back row L to R: Kal Berggren, Rick Delainey, Conner Johnson, Braden Anderson, Liam Jones, Justin Morken, Ricki Lockhart, Landon Douville, Anton Woudwijk, Emily Kowalski, Alisha Gowen, Brennan Hefner, Cole Chubak, Abe Fimbo, Alexa Ridgewell, Josie Wright, Elsa Graupe. Front Row L to R: Leah Adelman, Leif Haugen, Gavin Fleck, Hannah Rude, Rileigh Reynoldson, Kira Berggren, Katherine Meagher, Trinity Klassen, Abby Radics.

Not in picture: Alex Fung, Avery Douville

LCBI Provincial Track Participants 2019

Back Row L to R: Landon Douville, Ricki Lockhart, Leif Haugen, Gavin Fleck. Front Row L to R: Leah Adelman, Rileigh Reynoldson, Liam Jones, Hannah Rude, Rick Delainey


Coach Heidi Neufeld

On Saturday, Oct 16, five student athletes from LCBI competed at cross country provincials in Humboldt. It was a beautiful day, with thousands of people out to watch over 500 runners. In intermediate girls (3km), Larkyn Lee came in 57th, and in senior boys (5km), Kalen Follick placed 54th, Trason Ridgewell placed 50th, Marcus Taranger placed 36th, and Liam Jones placed 26th. Overall, our team placed 5th for 2A schools. Congratulations to all the competitors!

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