YARMOUTH -- Individual athletes and teams from the Par-en-Bas area were among those taking part in the Jeux de l’Acadie for Nova Scotia that took place over the Victoria Day weekend in Richmond. The following Par-en-Bas athletes and teams will be advancing to the 37th Finale des Jeux de l’Acadie in Caraquet, New Brunswick, to be held June 29-July 3.
Track and field (12-13 years old & 14-15 years old):
Julia Gushue (girls 14-15-year-olds) – 300 m and 4x100m
Kristopher Deveau (boys 14-15-year-olds) – 300 m and 4x100m
Taylor Muise (boys 14-15) – 1200m and 2000m
Megan d’Entremont (girls 12-13) – 4x100m
Courtney Jourdrey (girls 12-13) – 4x100m, shot put, long jump
Yannick Cottreai (boys 12-13) – 4x100m
Chase deViller (boys 12-13) – high jump
Liam d’Entremont (boys 12-13) – high jump
Alec d’Entremont (boys 14-15) – shot put
Hayden Young (boys 14-15) – javelin
The Par-en-Bas mixed badminton team (16-and-under) won first place overall, but only three athletes are advancing to the Finale: Aidan D’Arcy (boys doubles), Vincent d’Eon (boys singles) and Alex Surette (boys doubles).
The mixed mini handball team (12-andunder) won first place. Team members: Anne-Sophie Boucher, Séamus d’Entremont, Tori d’Eon, Annik Doucette, Amy Hirschfeld, Cameron Kerr, Jaden Kerr, Josette Muise, Trent Muise, Spencer Surette, Neena Webster, Francine d’Entremont – manager, Fernand d’Entremont – coach.
The boys soccer team (14-and-under) won first place. Team members: Yannick Cottreau, Tristan Cottreau, Zach D’Arcy, Alec d’Entremont, Christian d’Entremont, Leo d’Entremont, Tristan d’Entremont, Josh Greene, Ryan LeBlanc,…