Blue River residents relax after the awards ceremony for the Andy Aufschnaiter Memorial cross-country ski races in Blue River on Wednesday, Feb. 21. Picture are (l-r) Blue River teacher Maymie Tegart, Autumn Deuling, Rome Deuling, and Mike Wiegele.

Blue River residents relax after the awards ceremony for the Andy Aufschnaiter Memorial cross-country ski races in Blue River on Wednesday, Feb. 21. Picture are (l-r) Blue River teacher Maymie Tegart, Autumn Deuling, Rome Deuling, and Mike Wiegele.

SLIDESHOW: Blue River cross-country ski races awards ceremony

A lot of proud youngsters following the races – justifiably proud

About 120 racers from Blue River Elementary, Vavenby Elementary, Raft River Elementary in Clearwater, and Barriere Elementary took part in the 2018 Andy Aufschnaiter Memorial cross-country ski races held in Blue River on Wednesday, Feb. 21.

Following the races, Mike Wiegele Heli-ski Resort served a spaghetti lunch to 220 students, parents and teachers before the awards ceremony. A slideshow of the awards ceremony appears below.

SEE MORE: Slideshow of races, part 1

SEE MORE: Slideshow of races, part 2

SEE MORE: Slideshow of races, part 3

Race Results:

The following are the results of the races. Codes mean BR = Blue River, V = Vavenby, Cw = Clearwater (Raft River), and Ba = Barriere.

Kindergarten girls/Playgroup: 1, Autumn Deuling, playschool; 2, Grayson Onslow, playschool.

Kindergarten boys: 1, Reg Fast, Cw; 2, Jackson Hedman, Cw; 3, Jules Dumoulin-Shaller, Cw.

Grade 1 girls: 1, Kelsey Rexin, V; 2, Isabell Stein, V; 3, Emilia Rotzetter, Cw.

Grade 2 girls: 1, Presley Wicks, Cw; 2, Avary Harris, Ba; 3, Sandra Tilley, Cw.

Grade 1 and 2 boys: 1, Gion Volk, Cw; 2, Jed Fast, Cw; 3, Kash Baker, Cw.

Grade 3 girls: 1, Evan Colborne, Cw; 2, Bailey Rotzetter, Cw, and Moira Chrystall, V (tie); 3, Olivea Wall, Cw.

Grade 3 boys: 1, Cole Dulaba, Cw; 2, Rome Deuling, BR; 3, Chace Smith, Cw.

Grade 4 girls: 1, Missy Kjellstrom, Ba; 2, Cadence Cisna, Cw; 3, Clara Tremblay, Ba.

Grade 4 boys: 1, Theron McLarty, Cw; 2, Torin Murray, Cw; 3, Evan Cooke, Cw.

Grade 5 girls: 1, Cleo Coates, Cw; 2, Lily Dulaba, Cw, and Michaela Nesterski, BR; 3, Sienna Foster-Henderson.

Grade 5 boys: 1, Reid Muddiman, Cw; 2, Curtis Farrow; Ba; 3, Michael Shook, Cw.

Grade 6 girls: 1, Georgia Lamond, Cw; 2, Korie McGill, Cw; 3, Joey Ressler, Cw.

Grade 6 boys: 1, Owen Sim, Cw; 2, Soren Coates; 3, Jaden Phillips, Cw.

Grade 7 girls: 1, Kylie Fischer, Cw; 2, Hailey Irvine, Cw; 3, Noelle Muddiman, Cw.

Grade 7 boys: 1, Charlie Guinn, BR; 2, Tyne MacLennan, Cw; 3, Alex Belle, Cw.



newsroom@clearwatertimes.com

Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter

Get local stories you won't find anywhere else right to your inbox.
Sign up here

Just Posted

A nurse performs a test on a patient at a drive-in COVID-19 clinic in Montreal, on Wednesday, October 21, 2020. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Paul Chiasson)
30 new COVID-19 cases, five more deaths in Interior Health

This brings the total number of cases to 7,271 since testing began

FILE – A COVID-19 vaccine being prepared. (Olivia Sullivan/Sound Publishing)
B.C. seniors 80 years and older to get COVID vaccine details over next 2 weeks: Henry

Province is expanding vaccine workforce as officials ramp up age-based rollout

Interior Health reported 43 new COVID-19 cases in the region Feb. 23, 2021 and no additional deaths. (Jennifer Smith - Morning Star)
43 new cases of COVID reported in Interior Health

No new deaths, Williams Lake outbreak over

Black Press file photo.
Interior Health: 6 new deaths and 67 new cases of COVID-19 over the weekend

An outbreak has been declared at Kelowna General Hospital

Janet (left) and Karen Johnson. (Shelley Woods Boden/Facebook)
Petition to keep Wells Gray murderer in jail garners 39K signatures and counting

Family and friends compiling victim impact statements to keep David Ennis behind bars.

Dr. Bonnie Henry talk about the next steps in B.C.'s COVID-19 Immunization Plan during a press conference at Legislature in Victoria, B.C., on Friday, January 22, 2021. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chad Hipolito
456 new COVID-19 cases in B.C., 2 deaths

Since January 2020, 78,278 have tested positive for the novel coronavirus in B.C.

“Support your city” reads a piece of graffiti outside the Ministry of Finance office. (Jane Skrypnek/News Staff)
Slew of anti-bylaw graffiti ‘unacceptable’ says Victoria mayor, police

Downtown businesses, bylaw office and Ministry of Finance vandalized Wednesday morning

A health-care worker prepares a dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine at a UHN COVID-19 vaccine clinic in Toronto on Thursday, January 7, 2021. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Nathan Denette)
Vaccinating essential workers before seniors in B.C. could save lives: experts

A new study says the switch could also save up to $230 million in provincial health-care costs

The late Michael Gregory, 57, is accused of sexually exploiting six junior high students between 1999 and 2005. (Pixabay)
Former Alberta teacher accused of sexually assaulting students found dead in B.C.

Mounties say Michael Gregory’s death has been deemed ‘non-suspicious’

According to a new poll, a majority of Canadians want to see illicit drugs decriminalized. (THE ASSOCIATED PRESS)
Majority of Canadians think it’s high time to decriminalize illicit drugs: poll

More than two-times the B.C. residents know someone who died from an overdose compared to rest of Canada

Interior Health officially declared a COVID-19 outbreak at Creekside Landing in Vernon on Jan. 3, which was followed by the first death from the virus 10 days later. (Kaigo photo)
COVID outbreak over at Vernon care home

Creekside Landing cleared of coronavirus, despite additional death in last day

(Black Press Media file photo)
B.C. residents can reserve provincial camp sites starting March 8

B.C. residents get priority access to camping reservations in province

Two women were arrested in Nanaimo for refusing to wear masks and causing disturbance on a BC Ferries vessel. (File photo)
B.C. ferry passengers arrested and fined for disturbance, refusing to wear masks

Police said woman threatened their pensions in Feb. 21 incident aboard Nanaimo-bound boat

Most Read