This year's North-West high school Inter High will be one Latrobe High School's Kasia Taylor will not be forgetting anytime soon. Claiming first spot in eight track and field events - nailing multiple personal bests and breaking one long-standing record - the 15-year-old was among the top performing athletes for the day. Exceeding her own expectations, Taylor felt "pretty stoked" to have gained reward for effort. "I'm pretty proud of myself and the achievement. I trained pretty hard [leading up to the event]," Taylor said. "I won the 100, 200 and 4x100 metre relay as well as the long jump, triple jump, javelin, shot put and discus." Dominating across multiple disciplines, Taylor listed two of her achievements as the highlight. "I think my favourite event was the relay. I love relays and it's always lots of fun doing it with the team," she said. "I also got a new Inter High record for the long jump. I beat [the previous record] by about 19cm and it was extra special to be able to do that." With Latrobe High School placing third overall at the event, Taylor was hopeful she would be selected to attend the statewide school competition early next year. Training with Burnie running group Salty's Striders and playing division one Greater Northern League hockey with City Marians, Taylor said she already had a busy sporting schedule. "This weekend [Saturday, December 9] I'll be competing for the North-West in the state under 16 hockey champs," she said.