Maple Ridge secondary wins B.C. track and field titles

June 4, 2018

Maple Ridge – Pitt Meadows News

The Maple Ridge Ramblers won the combined team and senior girls’ titles at the B.C. high school track and field championships on the weekend in Langley.

The defending B.C. champion senior girls outscored powerhouse Oak Bay secondary to win their division and lead the Ridge team to its first senior combined division championship in school history.

Anchoring those results were the Ridge senior girls’ relay teams, which won provincial titles at 100 metres and 400m.

The Rams have now won the senior girl’s four-by-400m event at the B.C. championships three years straight, recording a winning time on Saturday of 4:01.00.

“The school has never won the overall combined banner so that was a bit of a surprise and really wonderful,” said Andrew Lenton, MRSS track coach and organizer of the provincial championships.

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