Sturt House athletics winning Years P-3 captains Olivia Noble and Bradley Morrish with Warwick West State School principal Jason Callcott.
Sturt House athletics winning Years P-3 captains Olivia Noble and Bradley Morrish with Warwick West State School principal Jason Callcott.

Sturt juniors pave way for carnival win

STURT House goes into the final morning today of the Warwick West State School athletics carnival with a 55-point lead in the battle for the championship.

On Wednesday morning, the Years P-3 carnival was held and Sturt finished with 311 points, Mitchell with 256 and Cordeaux 233.

Points from P-3 will be added to the Years 4-7 carnival today to determine the overall winner.

Deputy principal Phil Higgins said the Years P-3 pupils competed in sprints, relays, ball games and four field events.

“The field events were long jump, vortex javelin, shot put and frisbee discus,” Higgins said.

The P-3 carnival was contested by 315 pupils and another 295 will compete today.

The carnival is also a trial for the Southern Downs carnival at The Scots PGC College on August 10.



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