Estevan Comprehensive School will send 10 athletes to the provincial track and field championships this weekend in Saskatoon.
A total of 23 students had advanced to the districts held in Weyburn last Wednesday by finishing in the top three in their event at the sub-districts in Carnduff on May 17.
Of those, 10 placed in the top two in their events at the district meet in order to continue on to provincials.
Competing at the provincial meet are William Chamney (100m, high jump, 4x100m relay), Cole MacCuish (100m, 200m, 4x100m relay), Keena McKnight (800m, 1500m, long jump), Mason Benning (800m), Regan Haukeness (1500m), Chase McKersie (100m, 4x100m relay), Kristina Chamney (80m hurdles, long jump, 100m, 4x100m relay), David Kleemola (3000m), Arnette McKay (100m, long jump, high jump, 4x100m relay) and Larissa Smeltzer (3000m).
Other ECS athletes who qualified for districts were Eric Dryden (200m), Kristen Skjonsby (100m, 200m, triple jump), Hailey Dukart (200m, 400m), Kolby Fleury (200m, javelin, 100m hurdles), Dustin MacCuish (100m, 200m), Nolan Graham (100m hurdles), Tim Bastiannsen (high jump, triple jump), Jaren Prokop (shot put, discus), Dylan Johner (high jump), Austin Spencer (long jump), Dylan Herzberg (triple jump), Britney Ruzesky (800m, 1500m), Kelci Little (shot put, discus, javelin), Bridget Bjorndalen (shot put, discus), Kaylee Mackenzie (discus) and Marcus Lawrence (javelin).