Thursday, April 18, 2024

Springer and Lester Vaughan out front again


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ALTHOUGH SPRINGER MEMORIAL seem to have the girls’ section under control, it is a much closer race for the boys’ title here at the National Stadium for the Powerade Barbados Secondary Schools’ Athletics Championships.
Springer Memorial lead the girls with 197 points. The St Michael School are second with 126.5,  followed by Harrison College (110), The Lester Vaughan School (79) and Foundation School and Queen’s College on 78.
The Lester Vaughan School have gone to the front among the boys with 145 points, but Queen’s College are just four points behind.  The St Michael School are third on 107, The Lodge School have 97 and Coleridge and Parry are fifth with 77. (SAT)
Here are a few results from finals held this morning:
Under 17 Girls’ 1500m: 1: Anya Williams St George Secondary 5:11.48; 2: Tricia Phillips Springer Memorial 5: 15.24; 3: Stephany Polius Grantley Adams 5:37.19
Under 17 Boys’ 1500 m: 1: Johnathan Jones Coleridge & Parry 4:19.09; 2: Joseph Parris, The St Michael School 4:29.28; 3: Chemar Holder St Leonard’s Boys 4:29.91
Under 20 Girls’ 1500m: 1.  Akeila Knight Combermere School 5:03.76; 2. Elizabeth Williams Grantley Adams 5:07.09; 3. Jade Searles Springer Memorial 5:08.37.
Under 20 Boys’ 1500m: 1. Dario Grandison St George Secondary 4:07.22; 2. Raheem Skinner Combermere School 4:07.93; 3. Akeem Marshall Grantley Adams 4:08.45
Under 17 Girls’ 400m: 1: Jaria Hoyte The St Michael School 56.58; 2: Tiana Bowen Lester Vaughan 57.03; 3: Ka-Neil Gale Alleyne School 59.87
Under 17 Boys’ 400m: 1: Rivaldo Leacock The Lester Vaughan 49.05; 2: Deshon Trent Christ Church Foundation 51:04; Brendon Hoyte Coleridge & Parry 51.63
Under 20 Girls’ 400m: 1: Sada Williams Coleridge & Parry 54.04; 2: Leah Barker The St Michael School 56.52; 3: Aisha Bowen Harrison College 58.95
Under 20 Boys’ 400m: 1: Logan Jones The St Michael School 47.98; Stephen Griffith The Lester Vaughan School 48.39; Akeem McCollin The Lodge School 48.83


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