Students from across the district flocked in herds to Mulwaree High School last Friday for the annual Zone Cross Country carnival.
An impressive 88 students were involved in representing Mulwaree and as results suggested, they weren't intimidated by their competition.
While competing schools put up a convincing fight, Mulwaree students showcased their sporting ability by proving to the district that they are the ones to watch.
Spectators on the sideline spent their day cheering on our incredible athletes.
Students raced in age groups around the Mulwaree grounds with some students gaining a new personal best and even beating past records set by Mulwaree alumni.
The 17-year boys age group showed particular talent with Riley Cox-Barlow placing first, Cody Menzies placing third and Isaac Mills coming in fourth.
Katelyn Staples made her mark coming in fourth overall and first in her age group.
Riley Cox-Barlow, Tasha Van-Essan, Joshua Smiles, Jessica Hassan, and Katelyn Staples made up the crowd of five Mulwaree students being crowned as age champions on the day.
A team of 34 students are now in training for the Regional Cross Country to be held in early June.
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