The Delhi Raiders continued their dominance at Young Canada Day. Students at the Delhi District Secondary School were crowned victorious for a 9th consecutive time at the Norfolk County Fair. They finished 1st in cheerleading and won the women’s tug of war.
Valley Heights also had a good showing. They took home three firsts, including the overall tug of war competition.
St. Josephs School won the Elementary Road Race.
Today at the Fair it’s Senior’s Day.
And Canada’s number 1 Demolition Derby rocks the Grand Stands tonight at 7:30 p.m.
Here’s a complete breakdown from Young Canada Day:
Lloyd S. Culver Cheerleading Trophy Delhi District Secondary School
Male Tug-O-War Trophy Valley Heights Secondary School
(Donated by Harold I. Pond Agencies Ltd.)
Female Tug-O-War Champions Delhi District Secondary School
(Donated by Blue Elephant)
Overall Tug-O-War Champions Valley Heights Secondary School
Wm. Mercer Wilson Road Race Trophy (Secondary) Holy Trinity Catholic School
R.E. Mann Memorial Trophy (Most Points Special Effects) Delhi District Secondary School
Blue Elephant Restaurant – Elementary Road Race Winner St. Josephs School
Norfolk County Fair Homecraft Award Most Points Secondary Schools 1st Place: Valley Heights Secondary School. 2nd Place: Holy Trinity Catholic School 3rd Place: Delhi District Secondary School
The results are in for The Clarks Pharmasave Award (Champion Girl), The Daves World Award (Champion Boy) and the Eta Zeta (Kiddie Korner) along with many other awards and trophies.
This years winner of the Jr. Fair Champion Boy Award for the most points for a male in the Junior Fair is Evan Reeker, Caledonia. He was awarded the Daves World Award.
This years winner for the Jr. Fair Champion Girl Award for most individual points for a female in the Junior Fair is Mya Wu, Simcoe she was awarded the Clarks Pharmasave Award.
The Kiddie Korner winner was Julia Poss, from Simcoe who was awarded the Eta Zeta Chapter Trophy. This trophy is awarded to preschoolers under the age of five who earn the most points in that category.
Holy Trinity Catholic High School was presented the Ruth Gundry Memorial Award this is a new cash award of $100 for the most points in the Art Division of the Junior Fair Department. Entries for this competition must be made on a group basis by the school.