Monday, 23 October 2017

Sacred Heart lead the way

SACRED HEART lead the way at the top of the schools’ table after the second winter

SACRED HEART lead the way at the top of the schools’ table after the second winter series cross country race at Chiltern Edge School.

The Henley-based school has 79.5 points with Sonning Common second on 77 and Trinity third on 62. The last race of the series takes place on December 5.

The latest results (first three places in each category) are as follows: Year 1 — girls, 1 Alejandra Thomas, Danes Hill, 2 Pia Rolls, Trinity, 3 Jemima Bargh, Danes Hill; boys, 1 Rocco Shaw, Stoke Row, 2 Arthur Bottomly, Trinity, 3 Freddie Unwin, Crazies Hill. Year 2 — girls, 1 Jemima Ogston, Sonning Common, 2 Millie Ladeigge, Nettlebed, 3 Sophie Winpomy, Sonning Common; boys, 1 Henry Charles-Pinnington, Trinity, 2 Tommy Hanley, Sonning Common, 3 Joseph Wallhouse, St Mary’s.

Year 3 — girls, 1 Evie Paton, Peppard, 2 Rosie King, South Stoke, 3 Kirsten Botha, St Mary’s School; boys, 1 Jack Renders, Shiplake, 2 Oliver Pratt, Trinity, 3 Alexander Clarke, Trinity. Year 4 — girls, 1 Charlotte Ashby, Nettlebed, 2 Annie Jonkers, St Mary’s School, 3 Lizzie Ryan, Sacred Heart; boys, 1 Nicholas Thomas, Danes Hill, 2 Ben Kellard, Danes Hill, 3 Finnbar Scott, Sacred Heart.

Year 5 — 1 Clemmie Thorpe, Stoke Row, 2 Lydia Godfrey, South Stoke, 3 Tilly Ogston, Sonning Common; boys, 1 Ted Carter, Moulsford, 2 Harvey Doyle, Shiplake, 3 Thomas Hennie, St Mary’s School. Year 6 — girls, 1 Claudia Kerry Royer, Rupert House, 2 Annabel Hems, Rupert House, 3 Courtney Makinnon, Woodcote; boys, 1 Will Thompson, Sacred Heart, 2 Theo Lock, Trinity, 3 Edward Day, Kidmore End.





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