There were 18 records set at The Riverina Anglican College athletics carnival on Friday, an event the school happily declared as high in enthusiasm and involvement as it was in quality.
Among the top performers were multiple record breakers Holly Roach (4.37m in the 13 years long jump and 1.51m in her high jump) and Zara Hamilton (28.69m in 15 years discus, and 4.72m long jump) on their way to age championships.
Gerard Okerenyang did the same in the 15 years boys smashing a discus record which had stood since 2002, by a staggering 15 metres, with his 54.06m throw. His 15.78m shot put was almost three metres beyond the record.
Brother Godfrey starred with the senior boys title and three records - in the long jump, 100m and 200m.
Talented middle distance runner Hamish Hart knocked 15 seconds off the 15 years boys 1500m mark with a 4.29.97 run and also broke the 800m record, finishing in 2.15.11.
Fox was the winning House.
"It was a really positive day with plenty of House spirit and high participation rates," carnival coordinator Ryan Robertson said.
"Eighteen records were broken which shows a high level of competition. We were really pleased with how the day went."