St Mary’s College dominated the Hull Active Schools Secondary Quadkids Athletics Championships at Costello Stadium and qualified for the Humber School Games Quadkids Athletics Championships along with Sirius Academy West.
In the Year 7/8 event, St Mary’s College were comfortable winners amassing 1735 points. Lennon Bursell achieved the highest individual male score of the day by 45 points scoring 291 points. A vortex howler throw of 56.50m was a highlight of his outstanding all round performance. St Mary’s took the top four places with team mate Alex Kent in second, Finlay Southcoat in third and Louix Gorman in fourth. In the girls individual competition, St Mary’s Alice Mckenna achieved the joint highest score of the day with Sirius Academy West’s Lydia Moore scoring 194 points. Emma Hoggard achieved the third highest score of the day a close 10 points behind. St Mary’s dominance continued in the B team competition as they took the title amassing 1408 points with Seb Hague and Lily Carew the top performers.
In a closer Year 9/10 competition, St Mary’s College pipped Sirius Academy West to the title amassing 1861 points. St Mary’s College athlete Harvey Carew achieved the highest individual score of the day after outstanding performances in the Howler Throw and Long Jump. Sirius Academy West’s Harry Blackham achieved the second highest score of the day with St Mary’s Josh Conboy third. Lauren McClean was the clear outstanding performer in the girls with St Mary’s College’s Millie Agnew in second and Sirius Wests Emmy Fenton in third.
St Mary’s College and Sirius Academy west will now go onto represent Hull in the Humber School Games Quadkids Athletics Championships at Costello Stadium.