On the weekend, Miss Courtney Anderson took three teams to the State Basketball Centre in Wantirna South to complete at the Cheer championships. The Pom team did an excellent job, level 1 came third and level 3 came first. Congrats to all the students that competed. Go Mentone!
The Beachside Cross Country carnival was held at Karkarook Park in Moorabbin on Monday 22nd May. Mentone Girls' SC had 63 competitors on the day and a staggering 33 students will go on to compete in the Regionals at Ballam Park, Frankston, on Monday 19th June. Mentone won the 14, 15, 16 and Open age groups team competition; as well as the overall girls group aggregate.
At the Regional carnival MGSC had 33 athletes compete. Champion runners Millie B (Year 9) and Emily M (Year 12) came 2nd in the U15 and Open age groups respectively. Our Under 15 and Open age groups won the team competition and will be going to the State Carnival on July 20th. Best of luck to the 10 girls competing at the State carnival.
Mentone Girls' SC star runner Millie B (Year 9) competed at the Victorian All Schools Cross Country Championships on Saturday 17th June. Millie did an amazing 4km run in 14.58min and has qualified for both the Aths Vic & SSV teams for Nationals – SSV in Hobart & AV in Wollongong (both in August). Best of luck to Millie in the upcoming events. Go Mentone!
Miss Molina took the aerobics teams to the State competition on Sunday 4th in Geelong. The girls did really well in the wildcard round in the morning with a 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th with one team getting the highest score MGSC had received so far. In the afternoon, one of the Year 7 teams competed and placed 5th in their section. Unfortunately we didn't have a team qualify for Nationals this year but the girls have done an exceptional job in their training and development nonetheless! The girls are on to training for the Spring Challenge. Go Mentone!.
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