Mya Wiapo broke a school record during the Marlborough Girls’ College athletics sports staged at Athletic Park on Wednesday.
In the shot put, Mya set a new college record of 11.03m.
The multi-talented athlete, who prevailed in the shot put, high jump long jump and discus events, shared the under-19 championship crown with Eleri James-Sitters, who took out the 100 and 200m titles.
Brooke Harper took out the under-14 title, Paige O’Brien wrapped up the under-15 section while Delyth James-Sitters was the best in the under-16 grade.
Brooke Harper - 1
in championship (38 pts) 1
in 100m, 200m, 400m, Long Jump and High Jump; 2nd Shot Put, Discus.
Bella Rayner - 2nd in championship (18 pts) 1st in 800m; 1500m, open 3000m.
Lily Smith - 3rd= in championship (12 pts) 2nd 200m, Long Jump, 3rd 100m, High Jump.
Maddie Large - 3rd= championship (12 pts) 1st Shot Put, 2nd Javelin, 3rd Discus
MIllie Large - 1st Discus
Eliza Glover - 1st Javelin
Paige O’Brien - 1st Championship (24 pts) 1st 100m, 200m, 400m, Long Jump.
Ella Sowman - 2nd Championship (18 pts) 1st 1500m, 2nd 200m, Javelin, 3rd Long Jump, 400m.
Erin Green - 3rd championship (16 pts) 1st 800, Javelin, 2nd 400m
Hazel Glover - 1st Shot Put
Charlotte Watty - 1st High Jump
Isabella Tupouto’a - 1st Discus
Delyth James-Sitters -1st Championship (32 pts) 1st 400m, 800, 1500m, Long Jump, 2nd 100m, 200m.
Miela Paul - 2nd Championship (20 pts) 1st High Jump, Discus, 2nd Shot Put, Javelin
Kayla Parker - 3rd Championship (14 pts) 1st 100m, 200m, 3rd 1500m
Taylor Wareham - 1st Shot Put
Ella-Rose Richards - 1st Javelin
Eleri James-Sitters - 1st = Championship (26 pts) 1st 100m, 200, 2nd Long Jump, Shot Put, Javelin, 3rd 400m
Mya Wiapo - 1st= Championship (26 pts) 1st Long Jump, High Jump, Shot Put, Discus, 3rd Javelin
Lucy Harman 3rd Championship (18 pts) 1st 400m, 800m, 1500m
Li’i Solomona - 1st Javelin
1 Kaituna 1271 pts; 2 Wairau 1135; 3 Ōpaoa 988; 4 Awatere 952.
Age group champions
- U14: Brooke Harper (Ōpaoa). U15: Paige O’Brien (Awatere). U16: Delyth James-Sitters (Kaituna). U19 Eleri James-Sitters (Kaituna) and Mya Wiapo (Wairau).