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St. Charles College Takes the Title at the Fourth Annual Sudbury Catholic Winter Adventure Race
In photo: St. Charles College students Todd Timony, John Bronicheski, Malcom Grace along with Outdoor Education Teacher Casey Thompson

March 14, 2014 - This is the fourth year that the Winter Adventure Race has been held at the Killarney Shebanoning Outdoor Environment Education Centre (K.S.O.E.E.C).

St. Charles College competed againstt the other board high schools – St. Benedict’s, Bishop Alexander and Marymount to take the title.

The three part race consists of running, target shooting and an orienteering exercise.

The group won the race in 1 hour and 13 minutes. They were 6 minutes ahead of the next team to cross the finish line.

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