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LEONGATHA Secondary College student
Josh Wight smashed three records at the
school’s House Swimming Sports last week
held at the Korumburra Pool.
He set new marks in the male 14 year
50m breaststroke, butterfly and back-
stroke, knocking four seconds off the pre-
vious backstroke mark.
But it wasn’t enough for his house,
Mundara to win on the day.
Mittyak won with 434 points ahead of
Mundara on 336 points, then Joatoba with
290 and Kindyerra 233.
Conditions were ideal, not too hot or cold,
and participation rates were high, both in
the pool competing or in novelty events,
volunteering and cheering the swimmers.
Champions and runners-up:
•12/13yrs: Xavier Bolge, eq r/up Thomas
Hanily and Oliver Buckley;
Sophie Carruthers, Harper McLennan.
• 14yrs: Joshua Wight, Jesse Helms;
Freya Liepa, Zara McKenzie.
• 15yrs: Jack Allen, Tom Collins; Alahna
Arnason, Jessie Fowkes.
• 16yrs: Thomas Bouquet, Stuart Bright;
equal champions Lani Bellingham and
Rahni Mann, Isla Hickey.
• 17yrs: Jordan Brown, Merlin Gammon;
Grace Allen, Hayley Wight.
• 18-20yrs: Rohan Baudinette, Francesco
Inzirillo; Shae Kyle, equal runners-up Han-
nah Potter, Katelyn Jackson, Kayla Red-
NEWHAVEN College wel-
comed students’ families and
friends to special assemblies
that were recently held to for-
mally induct the 2018 senior
school, middle school and ju-
nior school captains.
The college will be led by
senior captains Tara Swan,
Oscar Harry and Aaron Fra-
They have the honour of be -
ing the first college captains
to fulfil their duties at the
new Phillip Island Road cam-
Middle school is led by Year
9 students with Nick White
and Jessica Harry appointed
Year 8 leaders perform the
vice - captain roles and those
students are Coco Hosken
and Jack Butcher.
Junior school is repre -
sented by Year 4 students,
with school captains being
Kadek Humphris and Fleur
White with Harry Arceo and
Meyanna Christensen each
taking on the position of vice -
The captains lead a large
cabinet of students who take
on a variety of positions of re-
sponsibility in areas of their
personal interest, including
house captain, music, drama,
public speaking and debat-
ing, equestrian and social
justice to name a few.
THE Leongatha Secondary
College junior school build-
ing was buzzing last Tuesday
morning as the LSC Breakfast
Club began for the year.
Ham and cheese toasties,
hot Milos and fruit were all on
offer for students and staff.
Breakfast clubs in schools
are becoming increasingly
popular as more research
proves a good healthy break-
fast has a positive impact on
student’s ability to learn.
Bakers Delight Leongatha
and Michael’s IGA Leongatha
have been extremely support-
ive and are providing LSC
with some food for the break-
Staff have also volunteered
their early mornings to make
and distribute breakfast to all
LSC’s wellbeing officer Julie
Jacobs and Health/PE leader
Sophie Taratuta are coordi-
nating the club.
If you would like to help out
or donate some food please
contact the school. Every bit
of assistance is greatly appre -
Newhaven College’s 2018 Captains were formally inducted at recent special assemblies
and have settled into their new leadership roles. From left, college captains Jasmine Mc-
James-Court and Oscar Harry, junior school captains Kadek Humphris and Fleur White,
junior school vice-captains Meyanna Christensen and Harry Arceo (seated), principal Gea
Lovell, middle school vice-captains Coco Hosken (seated) and Jack Butcher, middle school
captains Jessica Harry and Nick White, and college captains Tara Swan and Aaron Fraser.
Newhaven’s leaders announced
Off to a great start with Breakfast Club last week were Amelia Riseley, Maddie Brew, Amber
Turner and Lizzie Harms.
More than just toast
Wight smashes records
Senior champions, back, from left, Lani Bellingham, Stuart Bright, Tom Bouquet, Jor-
dan Brown, Merlin Gammon, Shae Kyle, Rohan Baudinette; front, Isla Hickey, Rahni
Mann, Hayley Wight, Grace Allen, Kyla Redpath, Katelyn Jackson and Hannah Potter.
Junior champions, back, from left, Sophie Carruthers, Harper McLennan, Josh Wight,
Freya Liepa, Tom Collins, Jack Allen; front, Oliver Buckley, Tom Hanily, Xavier Bolge,
Jesse Helms, Zara McKenzie, Jessie Fowkes and Alahna Arnason.
Captains of winning house, Mittyak, from left, Gemma Drysdale, Darcy Hume, Shae
Kyle, Niamh Martin, Ella Harris and Ben Perry.
Full of enthusiasm on house swimming sports day were Year 7 students, from left Tyler
Richards, Tom Hanily, Trent McRae, Jett Clark, Josh Smith, Ja’Kohbi Brewer, Hannah
Kleeven, Chloe Goff and Ella Littlejohn.
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