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Toronto Catholic District School Board

Loretto Abbey Wins Gold at OFSAA

  

The 2018 OFSAA Track & Field Championships wrapped up, and was another successful event, along with perhaps the greatest individual track accomplishment ever by an Abbey girl.
 
The defending midget 4x100m champs from 2017, Lucca Agate, Nayla Brooks, Grace Kalu, and Karina Di Biase, once again won the 4x100m final on Friday, lowering their own school record from 50.28 to 49.05 (and they are only in gr10).
 
Lucca Agate had to run two races before the relay, winning gold in the 400m and 100m events, and then on Saturday won the 200m event, with times that put her amongst the best gr10 sprinters in North America.  She will certainly be a highly sought out prospect by many Div. 1 NCAA schools in the next two years.
 
We also had Beatrix Maddocks placing 14th in the senior girls 400m, and Jessica Popadich 11th in the 100m hurdles, and 14th in the 400m hurdles. (Plus the midget 4x100m team placed 18th, Jasmine Matias, Vanessa Jepson, Ciara Romano, and Elaina Kischuk).
 
Congrats to the entire team, and a special thanks to the coaches Mr. Daniele Ferrari & Mr. Paul Bregin.

 

 

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