Ryan Togeretz of Credo Christian school in Langley tackled the pole vault. Dan Ferguson Langley Times
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Ryan Togeretz of Credo Christian school in Langley tackled the pole vault. Dan Ferguson Langley Times

VIDEO: provincial track and field championships wrap up in Langley

Three days of top level competition

The 2017 edition of the provincial high school track and field championships has wrapped up in Langley.

The three-day meet concluded with the 200m, 800m and 3000m finals, as well as the 4x400m relays for track, while field events include senior girls triple jump, shot put and javelin and the senior boys pole vault, long jump and shot put.

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Julianna Antonsen of Langley Christian School winds up in the shot put. Dan Ferguson Langley Times

Julianna Antonsen of Langley Christian School winds up in the shot put. Dan Ferguson Langley Times

Kyle Davies of Walnut Grove school sticks the landing in the long jump. Dan Ferguson Langley Times

Kyle Davies of Walnut Grove school sticks the landing in the long jump. Dan Ferguson Langley Times

Matt Day of Cowichan Secondary school clears the bar in the high jump. Dan Ferguson Langley Times

Matt Day of Cowichan Secondary school clears the bar in the high jump. Dan Ferguson Langley Times

Kate Lytle of West Van clears a hurdle. Dan Ferguson Langley Times

Kate Lytle of West Van clears a hurdle. Dan Ferguson Langley Times

Will Riley of Walnut Grove takes the lead in the 800 metre run. Dan Ferguson Langley Times

Will Riley of Walnut Grove takes the lead in the 800 metre run. Dan Ferguson Langley Times

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