BORDERS pupils returned from the Scottish Schools Athletics championships with several titles at the weekend.

Peebles High's Ellie O'Hara claimed gold in both of her age-group triple jump and long jump at Grangemouth on Saturday.

The 16-year-old reached 12.26 metres to claim the triple-jump title with Imogen Lewis completing a one-two for Peebles with her best jump of 10.64 metres.

Ellie also landed the long jump title with a best distance of 5.72 metres.

And she also claimed a bronze medal in the 100 metres behind Eastwood’s Alison Bell.

First-year pupil Kate Harvie, also from Peebles High, claimed her age-group high jump title with a height of 1.50 metres, and followed up with a silver in the long jump with a best distance of 4.83 metres – just six centimetres behind winner Darcie Black of Dunfermline..

Kelso High's Douglas Young won the senior 100 metres title.

The teenager broke the tape in a new best time of 11.17 seconds with a couple of metres to spare.

Biggar’s Katie Fos claimed her age-group 300 metres title for Biggar High in a time of 41.08 seconds.

And she followed it up with fourth in the final of the 200 metres.

There was also a silver medal for Peebles High's Charlotte Clare in the 800 metres behind Sarah Calvert of Linlithgow.

And Euan Hood, also of Peebles, earned a bronze in his 800 metres final with a time of 1.58.56.

Peebles High’s Calvin Smith won a bronze medal in the shot putt with a best throw of 12.35 metres.

And Beth Hobbs kept the medals coming for Peebles with bronze in the senior 3,000 metres.

There was agony for Berwickshire High’s Tammie-Louise Hunter who finished just outside the medals in the javelin with a best throw of 33.72 metres.

Robbie Mackay from Peebles High was also fourth in his javelin competition, and Hannah Little from Peebles also finished inches outside the medals in the final of her age-group 800 metres.