Northern High Schools hit the boards for inter-high diving carnival

Darby Whiting, of Exeter, on his way to becoming the grade 8 boys' champion.

Darby Whiting, of Exeter, on his way to becoming the grade 8 boys' champion.

Riverside High School finished on top at the NHSSA Inter-High Diving carnival held at Launceston Aquatic on Tuesday. About 90 students representing Riverside, Kings Meadows, Prospect, Exeter, Scottsdale and Queechy High Schools took part in a successful carnival. Riverside finished on 239 points followed by Scottsdale (236), Kings Meadows (228), Queechy (191), Exeter (185) and Prospect (144).

Sam Talbot, of Kings Meadows, heads for the water horizontally.

Sam Talbot, of Kings Meadows, heads for the water horizontally.

Grade 7 diving champions were Summer Behera (Prospect), Liam Olger (Exeter) and Jordan Penney (Prospect); Grade 8 – Tiara White (KM) and Olivia Moser-Tedley (Riverside), Darby Whiting (Exeter); Grade 9 – Kelsie Hill (KM), Ned Whiting (Exeter); Grade 10 – Alexei Horner (Queechy), Callum McFarlane (Riverside).

Drew Price, of Scottsdale High, jumps off the low board in the grade 8 boys' competition.

Drew Price, of Scottsdale High, jumps off the low board in the grade 8 boys' competition.

FLYING: Aisling White, of Kings Meadows, soars in the grade 9 girls' section of the Inter-High diving carnival at Launceston Aquatic. Pictures: Phil Biggs

FLYING: Aisling White, of Kings Meadows, soars in the grade 9 girls' section of the Inter-High diving carnival at Launceston Aquatic. Pictures: Phil Biggs

Thomas Lily, of Riverside High School, somersaults in the grade 8 boys' competition.

Thomas Lily, of Riverside High School, somersaults in the grade 8 boys' competition.

Kaiden Page, of Kings Meadows High, gets upside down in his event.

Kaiden Page, of Kings Meadows High, gets upside down in his event.

Smartphone
Tablet - Narrow
Tablet - Wide
Desktop