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14 April, 2022

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2022 Senior and Middle School House Athletics Carnival

Wednesday 6 April saw the 2022 House Athletics Carnival held at St Leonards in excellent conditions. After having our swimming carnival earlier in the term being split in age groups, it was great to have the whole Senior and Middle School together at the one venue, competing in their house groups.

This year we had several records in the program, and I congratulate all students that achieved a record. A special mention of the two father-daughter records;  Mr Cale O’Keefe and Scarlett O’Keefe (Year 11) for Javelin and Mr Charles Beaumont and Claudia Beaumont (Year 8) for Long Jump.

Other records broken included:

F U/17 200m Kate Atherton 27.57
M U/17 700g Javelin Ben Atkins 36.71
F U/17 100m Kate Atherton 13.63
F U/17 500g Javelin Scarlett O’Keefe 23.21
F U/14 Long Jump Claudia Beaumont 4.95
F U/15 500g Javelin Blaise Fitzallen 29.84
F U/15 800m Sophie Marshall 2.20.71
F U/17 400m Kate Atherton 1.02.37
F U/12 4x100m Dean 1.00.55
F U/17 4x100m Fox 58.72
F U/21 1kg Discus Kate McShane 31.2
F U/15 800m Sophie Marshall 5.02.06

Congratulations to our age champions and runner up age champions for 2022.

Girls and Boys Age Champions 2022

Age GroupAge ChampionRunner Up Age Champion
U12 GirlsZoe JarvisPoppy Beaumont
U12 BoysAlfie PalmerCharlie Johnson
U13 GirlsMacie PetterwoodAva Corbould
U13 BoysBen GiasliJames Corbould
U14 GirlsBella ShawClaudia Beaumont
U14 BoysWilliam Nicholls/Lochie PlunkettCharlie Reynolds
U15 GirlsAbbey BerleseBlaise Fitzallen/Mia Green
U15 BoysOliver AtkinsSam Mulford
U16 GirlsMackenzie Buck/Ella NastAnna Day
U16 BoysTom WattersZac Reynolds
U17 GirlsKate AthertonZoe Bremner
U17 BoysCharlie SkipperBen Atkins
U21 GirlsMietta GrayCharlotte Loane
U21 BoysOliver WaldronWill Gray

Obviously, a carnival of 334 events in just under 6.5hours, does not happen without our staff and volunteers that assist on the day. I would like to thank everyone who contributed to the success of the day.

We had a close carnival throughout the day with some excellent participation helping to maximise house points scores:

HousePointsPlace
Fox2651First
Briggs2564Second
Dean2336Third
Nance2079Fourth

Lastly, congratulations to all students for their efforts. I hope you all enjoyed the day and it was great to see the house spirit shining as much as it ever has, well done!

AFL Football Trainers Needed

The College is seeking expressions of interest for anyone with a First Aid Certificate and background in football sports training to assist with our Senior Football Fixtures for the 2022 season. For roster information, please click here.

We have a number of fixtures to cover throughout the season. If you could send EOI by email to ali.foot@soc.tas.edu.au

Ali Foot
Head of Sport


Basketball

The Scotch Oakburn College Senior Basketball program capped off a great season when it held its annual dinner and presentation evening last week. We featured in five semi finals and three grand finals in Term 1 and whilst we didn’t end up with a premiership shield this year, that certainly didn’t reflect the efforts and commitment that has been evident from all players and their coaches.

Best & Fairest, Runner Up Best & Fairest and Sportsmanship Awards were also presented at the dinner. For results, please click here.

We farewelled our Year 12 students who have given so much to Basketball during their time at Scotch Oakburn and we thank them for their excellent contributions.

We now look forward to the remainder of this year, namely the Basketball Tasmania TCE College Championships in September and the Year 7- 10 High School Tournaments in November, and of course the Northern High Schools Association Competition in Term 4 for all Year 7-10 students.

Thank you to all our players, coaches and parents for your continued support of the Basketball program.

Natalie Good
Director of Basketball

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