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Local athletes bring home hardware from OFSAA track and field meet

Raine Bradley leads the way with a gold in novice discus.

Raine Bradley highlighted an impressive OFSAA track and field showing for a handful of North Bay high school athletes at the event that wrapped up on Sunday in London, Ontario. 

Raine Bradley, who broke a NOSSA record in Novice men's discus, continued his impressive spring winning the OFSAA gold medal in the novice men's discus.  

The Chippewa athlete threw a personal best 51.22 metres on the province’s biggest stage to beat the nearest competitor by 5 metres.

Bradley's performance was so impressive that 4 of Raine’s 6 throws were far enough to win the gold medal. 

See related: A record breaking NOSSA track and field meet for local athletes

Algonquin's Sam Pannell had a great OFSAA event. 

Pannell, took home a silver medal in the senior shot put with a throw if 16.12 metres. He also finished 6th place in the senior discus throw with a length of 47.07 meters. 

Chippewa's Heath Bradley, the older brother of Raine Bradley, had a solid performance in senior men's discus. Heath finished 7th overall with a throw of 45.23 metres. 

Scollard Hall's Emma Culin won a silver medal in the junior women's discus with a throw of 35.43 metres. 

Meantime, Scollard Hall's Carlie Popp had a personal best in the junior women's pole vault. Her 3 metre vault allowed her to finish 6th at OFSAA. 

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