Kiama rules: Aislin McGrath, Will Gould, Luke Kelsh, Emillie Gould, Dylan Glatz, Alesha Ludwig, Alyssa Hocking and Matt Gould.
Davey Gear competes in the shot put target by throwing a bean bag against the wall in the hall.
Jack Kirkham puts the popstick in during the echidna relay.
Will Gould sets the pace in the sprint event.
Principal Adrian Maywald (left), Kevin Baker and Caitlin Baker keep time keep for the events at the Lucindale Area School sports day.
Junior medal winners Anna Malpas with second place, Charlotte Smith with first, Will Gould with first and Nathan McCarthy with second.
Intermediate medal winners Isabelle Smith (left) with second place, Livinia Smith with first, Darcy Fogarty with first and Daniel Robb and Luke Kelsh with equal second.
Senior medal winners Lauren Farrell with second place, Carly Graetz with first, Tyler Whitehead with first and Brodie Robb with second.
Open medal winners Tamara Pfitzner (left) with second place, Micaela Boxall with first, Matt Major with first and Tim Williams with second.
David Gerschwitz Sprint Trophy winners Will Gould and Micaela Boxall.
Tammy Dowdell Memorial (junior primary) winners from Bundi: Chloe Rayner (left), Matt Major, Alice Rayner, Tamara Pfitzner and Milly Thompson.
Overall winners from Kiama Rebecca Cock (second from left), Taylor Ferguson, Brock Kelsh and Tim Williams with principal Adrian Maywald (left) and Physical Education teacher Andy van der Steldt.
THE hot weather did not deter Lucindale Area School students from excelling at its annual sports day recently.
Kiama took home the gold, ending Wanboo's five-year winning streak with a score of 826.5 points to Wanboo's 697.
Bundi placed third with 653.5.
In the Tammy Dowdell competition for students from Reception to Year 3, Bundi took out the honours with 23 points followed by Kiama in second and Wanboo in third.
Will Gould had a very successful day, breaking four records.
In the junior boys high jump he reached a height of 1.46m which broke Brad Hocking's record set in 1991 by 3cm.
In the 11-year-old boys 100m he broke Kane McCarthy's 2002 record by a mere 0.1 of a second, setting a new time of 13.6 seconds.
His third record was in the junior boys shot put with 13.27m, beating his own mark from last year by 1.67m.
Finally, he dominated the discus event getting 42.85m - an extra 1.4m on top of his own distance set at the national titles last year.
The next sporting event for students to look forward to is the interschool athletics carnival at Allendale East tomorrow.
Students who finished first or second in any event have the chance to compete.