Raquel Tjernagel of New Westminster brought home two track medals from the 2012 Canadian Youth Legion track and field championships in Charlottetown, P.E.I. this weekend.
Tjernagel won her first of two silver medals for Team B.C. in the under-16 girls' 300 metres on Day 2 of the Canadian youth championships.
Tjernagel's time of 39.82 seconds was less than two-tenths of a second behind Ontario's Mariam Abdul-Rashid.
Tjernagel also finished behind Abdul-Rashid in the final of the girls' 200m, placing runner-up in a time of 25.29.
Another New Westminster runner Sebastian Adugalski, a St. Thomas More Collegiate student, finished second in the u-18 boys' 300m hurdles in a time of 38.38.
Kieran Johnston of Saskatchewan won the event in a championship record time of 38.30. Adugalski nipped Ontario's Jared Kerr for the silver medal by two-hundredths of a second.
Adugalski also made the final of the 110m hurdles.