Under 12s girls football Devon County finals
The Year 7 football squad embarked on the tough challenge of competing in the Devon football finals on Wednesday. They had already impressively defeated Okehampton to qualify for the finals.
The competition was in a league format of 8 teams, with the girls having to play 7 games of 10 minutes in the gruelling heat.
Tavistock girls realised the huge task ahead after narrowly losing the first two games, but showed great resilience to be unbeaten in the next four games. It was with immense pride and commitment that the girls were able to bounce back from the early setbacks to produce some outstanding football.
Even though we lost the last game an overall 5th place in Devon was a fantastic achievement!!!!!! The girls also found time to cheer on Horrabridge primary who finished third in the Under 10s event.
There were many outstanding performances including the string of brilliant saves from Chloe Knight in goal to keep four consecutive clean sheets and then follow this by amazingly scoring straight from a goalkick. It is also important to highlight the player of the tournament Tilly Murdoch. Her powerful runs from midfield were brilliant and resulted in being our top goalscorer. She is definitely a footballer to keep an eye on.
The girls were a credit to the college and again displayed the persistence, work ethic and team spirit mixed with skill to be successful at the highest level.
Tavistock 0 Paignton 1
Coombeshead 2 Tavistock 0
Tavistock 0 Park 0
Tavistock 1 (Tilly Murdoch) Wynstream 0
ISCA 0 Tavistock 0
Tavistock 1 (Tilly Murdoch) Exmouth 0
Lipson 2 Tavistock 1 (Chloe Knight)
Under 12 girls football squad
Chloe Yorath (captain)
Tavistock Athletic success at Plymouth and West Devon Championships
We took a 37 strong Athletics squad (Year 7-10) to Brickfields yesterday to compete in this tough competition.
This involved students competing in a range of events in running, throwing and jumping disciplines. The students straight from the first event, competed outstandingly well and managed to collect 18 top 2 finishes.
There were so many fantastic performances, but in particular some students managed to achieve across different events.
Becky McArthur (Year 9) won the 75 metres hurdles and then helped Eggbuckland relay team win their race, as they had only three runners.
Jack Plummer (Year 9) won the discuss and then finished 2nd in the 800 metres. This was a brilliant race with Jack clawing back a 40 metre deficit on the leader just to narrowly miss out on the victory.
Emily Frost (Year 10) showed her sprinting prowess with 2nd in the 100 metres and then helping the 400 x 100m relay girls team to also finish 2nd.
Leon Bray (Year 9) demonstrated an excellent all round athletic ability. Winning his 80 metres hurdle race with ease and finishing 3rd in the high jump. He then followed this up with a powerful 2nd leg in the 4 x 100m relay to help the Year 9 boys win the race.
All the students were superb and as always performed with commitment and the highest standards.
Junior Girls – 75m – Becky McArthur – 1st
Junior Boys – 80m – Leon Bray 1st, Tyler Hunt 2nd
Junior Boys – Jack Plummer – 2nd, Joe Dix – 5th
Year 7 boys – Ben Bryant – 2nd
Junior Boys – Josh Monk – 1st (heat)
Inter girls – Emily Frost – 2nd
Inter boys – Gabriel Schreibman – 2nd
Junior boys – Will Russell – 2nd, Dan Luckham – 4th
Year 7 girls – Maddie Nettleship – 2nd (heat)
Inter girls – Olivia Kinnear – 2nd (heat), Mia Cole – 2nd (heat)
Inter boys – Gabriel Schriebman
Inter girls – Sophie Isaacs – 2nd, Lauren Harvey – 3rd
Junior boys – Jack Plummer – 1st
4 x 100m relays
Inter boys – Connor Johnson, Leon Bray, Ollie Thursby, Josh Monk – 1st
Inter girls – Olivia Kinnear, Issy Hillier, Mia Cole, Emily Frost – 2nd
These are outstanding results – please congratulate all involved.
Year 8 Athletics Success
Last night the Year 8 athletics team competed against schools in the Plymouth and West Devon area. There were some outstanding individual performances, as well as both the boys and girls teams working together to perform to the highest standards. This was also combined with fantastic support of each other.
This was reflected in the girls finishing 6th and the boys 4th in the team competition.
There were many top two finishes and all the results are listed below.
In particular – Izzy Bray with an outstanding endurance run finished 3rd in the 800m and then jumped over 7 metres to 2nd in the triple jump.
Jacob Bevan, Charlie Elkington and Tyler finished 2nd in the 100m, 200m and hurdles respectively and then powered the boys relay team to 2nd.
Tabitha Myler – finished 2nd in the high jump.
Joe Dix – finished 3rd in the high jump and then paced the 800m perfectly to win the final.
Will Russell – gave an endurance masterclass to win the 1500m final by half a lap.
Year 8 boys results
Hurdles – Tyler Hunt 2nd (final)
100m – Jacob Bevan 2nd (final)
200m – Charlie Elkington 2nd (final)
300m – Dan Luckham 4th (heat)
800m – Joe Dix – 1st (final)
1500m – Will Russell – 1st (final)
4 x 100m relay – 2nd
Javelin – Seth Waycott – 6th
Long Jump – Freddie Fuller – 5th
High Jump – Joe Dix – 3rd
Year 8 girls results
Hurdles – Charley Mudge – 4th (heat)
100m – Grace Baker – 3rd (final)
200m – Charlotte Myler – 3rd (heat)
300m – Shannon Bray – 3rd (heat)
800m – Izzy Bray – 3rd (final)
1500m – Abi Whitehead – 4th (final)
4 x 100m relay – 3rd
Triple Jump – Izzy Bray – 2nd
High Jump – Tabitha Myler – 2nd
Long jump – Grace Maczugowska – 6th.
All the students performed with high levels of commitment and as always were a credit to the college. The pride in their desire to achieve and also support others was outstanding.