Langley athletes medal at B.C. track and field championships

Local high school track and field athletes earned plenty of hardware.

Langley athletes came home with loads of hardware from the B.C. high school track and field championships in Nanaimo.

In the junior men’s 1500m steeplechase event, it was an R.E. Mountain sweep with Zach Wyatt, Jordan Schmidt, and Tate Wyatt taking the top three spots.

Local gold medal winners included Dean Ellenwood and Kevin Hughes (Langley Secondary), Brooke Mussche (Langley Christian), Jaclyn Pauley (Brookswood Secondary), Ethan Foster (D.W. Poppy Secondary), Kiana Bekar (Langley Christian), and Zach Wyatt and Jordan Schmidt (R.E. Mountain Secondary).

Here is a list of the Langley medal winners (see Walnut Grove results on page A30).


Dean Ellenwood (Langley Secondary) senior boys 800m

Jaclyn Pauley (Brookswood Secondary) senior girls javelin throw

Brooke Mussche (Langley Christian) junior girls 800m

R.E. Mountain Secondary’s 4x400m junior boys relay team

Kiana Bekar (Langley Christian) senior girls triple jump

Ethan Foster (D.W. Poppy) junior boys pole vault

Zach Wyatt (R.E. Mountain) junior boys 3000m

Jordan Schmidt (R.E. Mountain) junior boys 800m

Kevin Hughes (Langley Secondary) junior boys 200m


Brooke Mussche (Langley Christian) junior girls 400m

Kiana Bekar (Langley Christian) senior girls long jump

Kevin Hughes (Langley Secondary) junior boys 100m

Megan Champoux (Langley Fundamental) senior girls 400m hurdles


Ian Vandergugten (Credo Christian) – junior boys 100m hurdles

Tanika Dolfo (Langley Fundamental) senior girls hammer throw

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