Kara Gilfillen of Skaha Lake Middle School in the long jump competition.

District students compete in track and field

The annual school district track and field meets took place this week

Hundreds of elementary and middle school students from throughout the school district competed this week at the annual track and field meets.

The elementary school students competed at the Penticton Secondary School track on Wednesday while the middle schools went Thursday at the same location.

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Taylor Schneidmuller of Summerland Middle School with her shot put attempt.

Brendan Lobb of KVR Middle School clears the bar in the high jump competition, Thursday at the annual School District 67 middle school track and field meet. The elementary school meet was held Wednesday. Both events were at Penticton Secondary School.

KVR Middle School’s Grace Garrett lets fly with the discus in the girls event.

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