Inter-School Cross Country, Kapiro Station

Results from the Kerikeri & Districts Inter-School Cross Country which was held at Kapiro Station on Monday 26th June are as follows:

10 year old girls: Gabrielle Smythe 3rd, Ella Parker 4th

11 year old girls: Puti Harris 2nd, Maia Williams 3rd, Holly Pickery 4th, Alana Jordan 5th, Jessica Pickery 6th

11 year old boys: Hunter Scott 1st, Callum Hoult 2nd, Zane Palmer-Ruifrok 6th

12 year old girls: Emilia Finer 2nd, Eva Forrest-Chambers 3rd

12 year old boys: Nimish Singh 1st.

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NSSSA Novice Table Tennis Champs

Earlier this week we took 10 boys to compete in the NSSSA Novice Table Tennis champs in Whangarei.  This tournament is a precursor to the Open Table Tennis championships that will be held next week.   The top 16 gain automatic entry to the Open event.  Kerikeri High School ended up with two players in the top 16 and we wish to congratulate Kaleb Stevens who won the final against his Northland College opponent and Zealin Prime who made the top 16.

Left to right – Kaleb Stevens, Isaiah Bentley-Tsibuah, Richard Muunu, Max Hart, Oscar Hart, Will Whiu, Cameron Dormer, Tiaki Rhodes, Ben Gaualofa, Zealin Prime

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Mid-Week Basketball Finishes

Tuesday 20th saw the finals of the mid north basketball competition come to an end. Three teams from Kerikeri, senior boys, senior girls and junior boys have been playing all term at the Waipapa indoor stadium. Final placings saw:

senior boys  2nd, senior girls 2nd and junior boys 1st.

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Mid -week 1st XV Rugby commences

Wednesday 21st June saw the first round of the mid week 1st XV rugby. Kerikeri hosted Kaitaia at home. The two teams were evenly matched defensively holding each other out to a nil all score at half time. Kaitaia scored first in the second half (uncoverted) with Kerikeri quickly replying (converted). The battle continued till last ten minutes when Kerikeri found another gap and scored (unconverted). Final score 12 – 5 to Kerikeri.

 

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Year 10 Player in Tennis Squad

Year 10 student and current Kerikeri High School junior tennis champion Kaleb Stevens has been selected to be part of a National tennis squad that is traveling to play in Queensland, Australia at the end of June.  He will be joining the 20 strong Team 10nis New Zealand squad and will be playing at two prestigious tournaments, the Rod Laver Queensland Junior Age Championships and the Churchie Junior Champs.  Kaleb will also participate in a two day pre-tournament training camp at the Rod Laver Centre in Brisbane.

 

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3 v 3 Basketball Friday 9th June

Three teams attended the Northland Secondary Schools 3 v3 Basketball at Kensington Gymnasium on Friday 9th June. Twenty five teams from around Northland competed at the event. Results from the day were senior boys 6th, junior boys 4th and junior girls 6th (junior girls had to play in the senior girls competition due to lack of teams entered).

 

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Northland Secondary School Cross Country Championships

A team of 39 Kerikeri High School students travelled to Barge Park, Whangarei on Tuesday 13 June to participate in the NSSS Cross Country Champs.  Results are as follows:

Year 7&8 Girls: Gabrielle Smythe 4th, Puti Harris 7th, Maia Williams 8th, Taleah Kapua 12th, Nicole Godsiffe-Johnstone 13th, Eva Forrest-Chambers 16th, Jessica Pickery 21st and Holly Pickery 24th.  There were 31 entrants in the Year 7&8 girls race.

Year 7&8 Boys: Hunter Scott 3rd, Daniel Walker 10th, Jake Couling 11th, Zane Palmer-Ruifrok 13th, Max Jordan 16th and Jack Molyneux 30. There were 38 entrants in the Year 7&8 boys race.

Year 9 Girls: Emilia Finer 5th, Rachel Smythe 7th, Megan Cook 8th, Anika Green 12th and Andrea Cotton 13th.  28 year 9 girls participated in this race.

Year 9 Boys: Nimish Singh 9th, Max Donaldson 14th.  38 year 9 boys participated in this race.

Junior Girls (U16): Hannah Watson 4th, Helen Wasey 10th, Lucy Blakeman 11th, Anna Yarrall 14th and Anneke Price 20th out of a field of 31 athletes.

Junior Boys (U16): Benjamin Lascuna 1st, Adam Bennett 2nd and Boston Dickey 17th out of a field of 35 athletes.

Senior Girls (U19): Kate Moyle 4th, Kayla Donaldson 8th and Zoe Horrell 14th our of a field of 18 athletes.

Senior Boys (U19): Jared Thomson 2nd, Eli Molloy-Wolt 5th, Bay Fielding 21st, Jake Pickery 22nd out of a field of 35 athletes.

We are really proud of how well you all represented Kerikeri High School, congratulations.

from left to right – Boston Dickey, Benjamin Lascuna and Adam Bennett, Junior boys

 

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