KCI Track and Field
Take a look at KCI athletes at OFSAA Track and Field that have scored at least one point.
Hi Kennedy Track and Field athletes. As the season moves on this page will be of utmost importance to you.
Please check here often for important updates such as meet info or practice info. If you have any questions you can contact me
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There were also no qualifiers from the second day of Regionals but Cole Hines moved up to 5th All Time Kennedy in the 300mH. Thanks to the whole team and coaching staff that worked exceptionally hard this year.
There were no qualifiers from the first day of Regionals but Rhiannon Hebert moved up to 3rd All Time Kennedy in the LJ. Good luck KCI tomorrow.
Qualifiers from the second day of SWOSSAA to the OFSAA West Regional in London next week are: Cole Hines in the JB 300mH. Andrew Russell in the SB TJ. Lydia Abraha in the SG Shot. Rhiannon Hebert in the JG High Jump.
Qualifiers from the first day of SWOSSAA to the OFSAA West Regional in London next week are: Andrew Russell 2nd Senior Boy High Jump, Rhiannon Hebert 3rd Junior Girls Long Jump.
Ava Mio 2nd Midget Girls Shot Put. Quinten Earhart 4th Senior Boys Javelin. Ler Lar Hay 4th Midget Boy 400 meter. Abdullah Zafar 5th Junior Boy 100 meter hurdles.
Qualifiers from the third day of WECSSAA to SWOSSAA were: Rhiannon Hebert was 1st in the JG High Jump. Lydia Abraha was 2nd in the SG Shot Put and is now 3rd all time KCI. Jasmine Aden was 4th in the JG High Jump
and Andrew Russell was 5th in the SB Long Jump moving into 9th all time KCI.
The open boys 4x400 relay also qualified to SWOSSAA in 7th.
Qualifiers from the second day of WECSSAA to SWOSSAA were: Abdullah Zafar was 3rd in the JB 100mH with a new PB. Also finishing 3rd was Andrew Russell in the SB Triple Jump moving into 8th all time KCI.
Rhiannon Hebert, Ler Lar Hay and Ava Mio all finished 4th in JG Long Jump, MB 400m and MG Javelin respectively. Jasmine Aden and Cole Hines both finished 6th in the Junior 400m of their gender.
Akot Aken finished 7th in the SB Triple Jump and Jestin Nguyen was 8th in the MB 100mH.
Qualifiers from the first day of WECSSAA to SWOSSAA were: 1st Andrew Russel with a new school record of 1.93 in the SB HJ, Cole Hines was 1st in the JB 300mH which was good for 7th All time KCI,
2nd Rhiannon Hebert in the JG TJ, 2nd MG Shot Ava Mio, 3rd SG Discus Lydia Abraha, 4th in the 400mH was Thamer El-Husaini, 4th MG Discus Ava Mio, 4th in the SB Javelin Quinten Earhart,
4th MB LJ was Ler Lar Hay, 5th MG Discus was Leah Leung and she was 6th in the MG Shot, 6th JB 300mH was Abdullah Zafar, 7th was the JB 4x100m relay and in 8th in the SG Javelin was Lydia Abraha.
Top results from the Lancer Prep Invitational were: Rhiannon Hebert was 2nd in both the JG LJ and TJ. Cole Hines was 3rd in the JB 300mH. Abdullah Zafar was 3rd in the JB
100mH and 8th in the JB 300mH.
Top results from the WECSSAA Allcomers #2 were: Andrew Russell was 1st in the SB HJ. Rhiannon Hebert was 2nd in the JG TJ with a new KCI JG record and 2nd all time KCI.
Lerlar Hay was 4th in the MB TJ. Abdullah Zafar was 6th in the JB 100mH. Jestin Nguyen was 8th in the MB 100mH.
Rhiannon Hebert in the JG 80mH moved into 10th all time KCI.
Top results from the WECSSAA Allcomers #1 were: 1st place Rhiannon Hebert in the JG Long Jump which places her 4th all time KCI.
2nd place Ava Mio in the MG Shot Put which places her 4th all time KCI. Andrew Russell was 5th in the SB Long Jump. Cole Hines was 8th in the JB 400m.
Kennedy All Time Top 10 List
These results were obtained by examining many years of microfilm of the Windsor
Star and its predecessors. In many cases only a first place time or distance was given,
therefore a great time or distance might of occurred by a Kennedian but was not listed.
This list is the best I could come up with (I spent 2 summers establishing this)and I would
consider this to be 90% accurate. Note that many of these times were for longer distances
than stated. For example the old 400m times (switched to metric distances around 1977)
are actually for 440 yards which is roughly 2m longer than the 400m. I have taken all the hand times
and converted them to their corresponding electric times by adding 0.24 seconds for any race 400m
or less and adding 0.18 seconds for anything hand timed over 400m. Hope this gives you something to
shoot for. Click here for Kennedy All Time Top 10 Page
- Distance + Steeple - Has been coaching high school track and field since 1993. He has coached 49 OFSAA qualifiers and 11 OFSAA medalists as of June 2016.
He is a level 3 fully certified distance coach and has served as a Canadian National endurance coach. He has been the convenor of the Kennedy Relays since 1997 and has been
involved as convenor of many high school cross country and track & field meets from allcomers, WECSSAA, SWOSSAA, Regionals and The Show. He also coached for the Windsor Legion Track and Field club for 17 years. He was the Mathematics
department head at Kennedy and is now the school librarian. He is the proud father of one girl and one boy. He has completed 4 half ironman race and one full ironman race.
- High Jump + Shot Put + Discus + Javelin + Hurdles - Coach Giles was a national level multi-event specialist. This is his fourteenth year coaching at Kennedy.
He has coached 28 athletes to Kennedy All Time top 10 school bests in his tenure at KCI. He has one daughter, who is a Kennedy alumnus and school record holder.
He has ventured into distance running himself. He is a sessional professor at the University of Windsor.
- Coach D is back for another tour of duty at KCI. He will be coaching the sprints and relays. He is presently coaching the track team at the U of Windsor.
- Coach G is an alumnus of KCI and is 5th all time KCI in LJ and 6th all time in the 100m. He will be coaching the horizontal jumpers.