LDSS students tear it up at Squamish bike race

Riders from Lakes District Secondary School participated in the British Columbia School Sports High School Mountain Biking Championships in Squamish on May 24.

During the trip down south the students hit the trails in Williams Lake, Whistler and Squamish. They raced in the cross-country and enduro disciplines. Despite having only a few weeks to train the students did well in the very tough courses.

Nicole Hamp came ninth place in the Grade 8 girls category. In Grade 8 boys, Jordan Tibbets-West came 50th and Cody Higginson 55th.

In Grade 9 boys Keaton Hill came in at 82nd place, Brody Green came 86th and Donavyn Shields 89th.

In Grade 11-12 boys, Cameron Stewart came 29th, Soren Pedersen 56th, Simeon Weller 60th and Colby Bergeron 63rd.

In the Enduro Races category Nicole Hamp came 11th and Maddy Philip 12th for Grade 8 girls.

Jordan Tibbets-West came 48th in Grade 8 boys.

Keaton Hill came 49th in Grade 9 boys.

For Grade 11-12 boys, Cameron Stewart finished 20th, Colby Bergeron 36th, Soren Pedersen 53rd and Simeon Weller 52nd.

 

Just Posted

Burns Lake local events

Garden Fresh Nutrition Workshop Jess Hart, Holistic Nutritionist, will lead a garden… Continue reading

Masked bandit spotted in Burns Lake

A raccoon was found dead on Highway 16, about three kilometres east… Continue reading

Pave the way for Burns Lake

Labourers work on the downtown portion of the Highway 16 repaving project.… Continue reading

Men charged with assault on Southside

Two men face charges following a violent incident on the Southside on… Continue reading

Skater breaks collarbone at potholed skatepark

A Burns Lake teenager broke his collarbone after wiping out on a… Continue reading

VIDEO: Title of 25th Bond movie is ‘No Time to Die’

The film is set to be released in April 2020

New study suggests autism overdiagnosed: Canadian expert

Laurent Mottron: ‘Autistic people we test now are less and less different than typical people’

UPDATED: Victoria father takes stand, denies killing young daughters

Andrew Berry pleaded not guilty to the December 2017 deaths

Trans Mountain gives contractors 30 days to get workers, supplies ready for pipeline

Crown corporation believes the expansion project could be in service by mid-2022

Rosemount cooked diced chicken linked to listeria case in B.C.

The symptoms of listeria include vomiting, nausea, fever, muscle aches

B.C. seniors allowed more choice to stay in assisted living

Province doesn’t need to wait for a complaint to investigate care, Adrian Dix says

Retired B.C. fisherman wins record $60M Lotto Max jackpot

Joseph Katalinic won the biggest Lotto Max prize ever awarded

New ‘Matrix’ film set with Keanu Reeves and Lana Wachowski

Fourth installment to feature Reeves as Neo and Carrie-Anne Moss as Trinity

Most Read