A number of Hunter athletes competed at the School Sport Australia Track & Field Championships in Darwin over the past five days.
The annual meet, held for students aged 10 to 12 years, brings together the best primary school track and field athletes in the country.
Valentine Public School's Max King won the 12 years long jump with a jump of 5.66 metres to become a first-time national champion.
He also claimed silver in the high jump clearing 1.60m and a bronze in the medley relay for NSW.
Braith White of Jerrys Plains Public School won the 11 years boys 100 metres in a scintillating time of 12.58.
Samuel Govender of St Mary's Primary School, Warners Bay, finished 10th in the 12 years boys 100 metres final with a time of 13.30.
He also competed in the 12 years boys 200 metres but narrowly missed qualifying for the final.
Hunter School of Performint Arts student Dixie Conlon competed in the 11 years girls long jump, finishing the event in 11th place after a jump of 4.13m.
Alexis Collins of Tighes Hill Public School finished sixth in the 11 years girls 200 metres with a time of 28.30 in the final.