Narrow Miss For Super Zone Title, But Many Individual Victories

The Coastal And Wolds Super Zone Athletics Championships. Ethan Briggs (Louth Academy, Year 9) wins the 800m race ahead of all the athletes in Divisions 1 and 2.


Louth Academy narrowly missed out in defence of their Division 2 Coastal and Wolds Super Zone Athletics title, losing out this year to neighbours Somercotes Academy by just six points. However, the team still won four Sub-Division Titles. Both year 7 Boys and Girls won their Divisions, along with Year 9 Girls and Year 10 Boys.

Darren Huart, Curriculum Leader for P.E., said: "There were lots of individual medal winners from the events, and no fewer than eight District Records were set by Louth Academy students. A great achievement."


Cody Atkinson (Year 7) with a sprint finish to break the District 1200m Record.


Ethan King (Year 7) on his way to breaking the District Javelin Record.


Ruby Fox (Year 7) with her three medals from winning the 100m, 200m and Long Jump events. Ruby managed to set a new 200m District Record.


Jamie Atkinson brings home the Relay Title for Year 7 boys, with another District Record.


Shona Askwith (Year 10) added to her High Jump District Record from last year with a super 1.50m jump.


Erica Watson (Year 7) battles to get a good start in the 800m race.

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Martin Brown
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