|Me. Alex Schoeman|
Mnr. Pierre Cronjé
Sal aangekondig word.
Ten bikers from Merensky High School participated in the treacherous Louis Trichardt XCO Mountain Biking event on 17 September. The Plasie peddlars once again proved that they are a force to be reckoned with. In the sub junior boys u.14 category Bevan Muller came 14th, Janco Coetzee 19th, Matthew Taylor 27th and Benjamin Freitas 36th. Armand Cronjé ended 4th, Sheldon Muller 7th and Revan Beukes 25th in the youth boys u.16 category, Merensky’s Amelia Middleton again showed her determination and skill by being the first junior girl u.18 to cross the finish line. Her team mates, Chelsea Schlebusch and Bernice Cronjé came 6th and 7th respectively. Amelia Middleton and Janco…
Plasie cyclists once again were a force to be reckoned with during the third XCO Mountain Bike Challenge held at Mokopane on Saturday, 3 September. Amelia Middleton gave her best and was rewarded a 1st place in the junior girls u.18 category. Bernice Cronjé came 7th. Chelsea Schlebusch and Jenna Devenish took the 11th and 14th places. Janco Coetzee received a silver medal for his second place in the sub junior boys u.14 division. Bevan Muller came 11th and Matthew Taylor 25th. In the youth boys u.16 category Sheldon Muller was awarded the 4th place, with Armand Cronjé a close 6th. Revan Beukes came 22nd and Kyle Janse van Rensburg…
Merensky High School was well represented at the first Spur Schools MTB XCO mountain biking challenge in Phalaborwa on Saturday, 23 July. In the Sub Junior Boys u.14 category Plasie Janco Coetzee was the second cyclist to cross the finish line. Other participants from Merensky high School were Bevan Muller (7th), Candler Demos (15th), Tertius van Zyl (22nd), Juan Bezuidenhout (22nd) and Christo Williams (28th ). The Young Boys u.16 category was also blue with Armand Cronje (4th), Revan Beukes (14th), Pieter Gouws (15th), Gareth Spaumer (19th) and Sheldon Muller. Amelia Middleton (Junior Girls u.18) showed her skills and raced first across the finish line. Following her were Bernice Cronjé (6th),…