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VIDEO: Abbotsford’s W.J. Mouat hosts fifth annual Mouat Mudder for charity

Teams complete obstacle course to raise money for Abbotsford Fire Fighters Charitable Society

Students and staff competed in the annual Mouat Mudder obstacle course at W.J. Mouat Secondary School on Thursday (May 16) to raise funds for charity.

The spirit of the W.J. Mouat Hawks was on display as teams of five to six participants were timed on how fast they could finish the obstacle course. Stations included everything from getting wet in the ice bath to being sprayed with shaving cream during the army crawl.

Abbotsford Fire Department was on hand to celebrate the achievements of the participants raising money for the Abbotsford Fire Fighters Charitable Society. They also got the chance to hose down the challengers as they crossed the finish line.

Last year the event raised $3,062.20 for the charity. The total of this year’s event is still being calculated.

The winning teams were:

Senior division: Ashton Glutton, Michael Donohue, Alex Bol, Joel Muller and Samuel May (17:28).

Junior division: Maxson Catalano, Charlie Franson, Kason Scumidt, Evan Thomas and Logan Banwait (17:48).

All-girl: Clare Weddell, Kirin Sura, Dakota Dietz, Zoe Tessier and Tyson (22:16).

READ MORE: PHOTOS: W.J. Mouat senior girls soccer team makes history, win Eastern Valley title



About the Author: Ryleigh Mulvihill

I have been a multimedia journalist with The Abbotsford News since February of 2024.
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