Preparation, Teamwork, Persistance: Rehoboth Continues its Strong Athletic Performance

As the Secondary Athletics season draws to a close it's good to reflect on a Term of intense preparation, teamwork, perseverance, persistence and all things that go into Athletics.

House Athletics Carnival

Wycliffe were too strong again, securing another Athletics Carnival win. A big congratulations also goes to our Age Champions and Runners-up as listed below.

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Wycliffe House
1684 points
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Newton House
1502 points
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Tyndale House
1250 points
Year Champion Runner-Up
Year 7 Boys Samuel Santosh Kabelo Tshuma
Year 7 Girls Chinoso Okiwelu Sariek Bongers
Year 8 Boys Jean-Jack Sayon Asah Garea
Year 8 Girls Shalom Mutendera Sadie Olde
Year 9 Boys Ify Okiwelu Jayden Moss
Year 9 Girls Tamika Klomp Kayla Bongers
Year 10 Boys Samuel Badiashile Peter Gaye Kuyu
Year 10 Girls Tori Moss Rosie Young
Year 11 Boys Marcus Olde Diego Riffo Vera
Year 11 Girls Annette Moro Sarah Naylor
Year 12 Boys Bernard Moyo Matthew Catterall
Year 12 Girls Tiani Klomp Prischilla Kurnadi

ACC Interschool Athletics Carnival

At the conclusion of our House Carnival, we go into full swing preparing the interschool teams for a very hectic day of competition. With participation in the Associated and Catholic Colleges (ACC) Carnivals comes a very demanding schedule of events, particularly for smaller schools that have students in many events across the day. Armed with a Team of around 90 students, Rehoboth descended on the WA Athletics Stadium to take on some old rivals as well as some new ones.

The competition was fierce but out athletes rose to the challenge. Sitting close to the top of the leaderboard all day, and with some strong representation in the final relay events of the day, it looked as if we would be close. Alas, when all the counting was done, Court Grammar School just pipped us at the post and Rehoboth was awarded carnival Runner-Up (later to be edged down to third by Thornlie Christian College after some points recounting).

Whilst all our students competed hard, special mention goes to those athletes that were particularly outstanding on the day:

Student Award
Toris Moss Female Open Champion
Ify Okiwelu Male U15 Champion
Chinonso Okiwelu Female U13 Champion
Jean-Jack Sayon Male U14 Runner-Up

Furthermore, Tori achieved the outstanding feat of qualifying in the ACC ALL-STAR Team which recognises the top two performers across all 90 schools once the results from all nine ACC carnivals had been compiled. And Tori didn’t just qualify in one event, but three: 100m, 400m and Long Jump. Well done, Tori!


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